This Christmas Message comes on the heels of the death of a revolutionary icon – Mr. Nelson Mandela. An inspirational individual who achieved what seemed to be highly improbable. The dismantling of the diabolical system of Apartheid is Mandela’s singular achievement. Mandela’s faith and resoluteness were critical to this outcome. His spirituality superseded his human […]
DAT’s Public Relations Officer and Women’s Committee Member- Ms. Juanita Carbon The Status of Women’s Committee of the Dominica Association of Teachers strongly condemns the recent acts of violence committed against women in the Portsmouth area. 69 year old Daisy Christmas and 34 year old Gloria Celestine lost their lives as a result. A Ross […]
The Dominica Association of Teachers will on Sunday, October 13, 2013 hosts the first ever Teachers Pageant. The show will held at the Arawak House of Culture.
President of the Dominica Association of Teachers and immediate past 2nd Vice President of the Caribbean Union of Teachers Mrs. Celia Nicholas was elected unopposed to the Office of First Vice President of the Caribbean Union of Teachers. She was elected to the post when the CUT held its 36th Biennial Conference in Georgetown, […]
The Dominica Association of Teachers in collaboration with the Canadian Teachers Federation and the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development launched this year’s Summer Workshop with a grand opening Ceremony at the Convent High School on Wednesday, July 10, 2013.
[portfolio_slideshow id=530] In a massive show of support fathers and father figures of students attending the St. Martin Primary School turned out in large numbers to participate in an activity to highlight the role of fathers in the education of their children. The activity formed part of the school’s activities to observe Literacy Week […]
On December 19th the Dominica Association of Teachers took its services to members to another level with the launching of a BLOG. The BLOG came at the request of President Mrs. Celia Nicholas. She insisted that persons who benefited from two recent training programmes organized by the EI Regional Office based in St. Lucia and […]
On the advent of and during the Christmas Season the institution of the family is greatly sentimentalized. Our thoughts are focused especially on loved ones. There is a spirit of co-operation, fraternity and friendliness all in the name of the Christ Child. We ask His father, to bless our families and imbue them with virtues […]
Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development – Mr. Stephenson Hyacinth made a passionate plea for school administrators and teachers to adopt a new approach to teaching and learning in September 2012. The CEO was at the time addressing the Opening Ceremony of the annual Dominica Association of Teachers/Ministry of […]