Carmeta Blake is a Rotary International Scholar for journalism (1988/89) and studied and worked extensively in broadcast journalism. She majored in radio production and broadcasting for her undergraduate degree and television production and management for her master's degree. She focused on adult education and completed her doctoral degree in adult education and human resource development with special emphasis on distance education, thus merging her communication skills with the emerging new approach of distance learning. She is a trained broadcaster, teacher and educator and instructional designer and is committed to the development of education for young adults.
- B.A., University of the West Indies
- M.S., Florida International University
- Ed.D., Florida International University
Carmeta Blake's philosophy is to engage students in integrative and introspective dialogue in the discourse of the teaching and learning environment. This to her means that the student has an integral part to play in the teaching and learning process and is expected to bring something important and positive to the learning outcome.
- Mass communication
- Curriculum design and development
- Instructional technology
Areas of Scholarship and Professional Practice
- Broadcast and Internet media
- Christopher John Parnell award for Child Study, 1974
- Reginald Murray award for the teaching of English (secondary schools), 1974
- Jamaica Press Association Award for Best Human Interest Story (Radio), 1984
- Jamaica Festival Certificate of Merit — Impromptu speaking, 1973
- Rotary International Scholarship for Journalism, 1988/89