Mrs. Ramona Dabee-Johnson
Lecturer I
Department of Geography


Academic Qualifications

  • Master in Education - Curriculum and Instructions, University of Guyana (2021)

  • Certificate in Governance for Inclusive Development – Lecture Series International Development, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands (2011)

  • Graduate Diploma in Education – Social Studies (Distinction), University of Guyana (2009)

  • BA Degree in Geography (Distinction),University of Guyana – (2003)

  • Cyril Potter College of Education – Trained Secondary Teacher (Class 1 Grade 1) (1997)


Area of Specialisation



Curriculum and Instructions


Conference Papers

Ubanism in Anna Regina (UWI – Jamaica (2007)


Papers Completed

Conversion of Agricultural lands to Residential Use: Study of Grove/Diamond Housing Scheme (2007)

Quality and Usage of selected surface water in selected canals in Georgetown (Collaborated 2007)

Environmental Education: Its importance within the Formal Education System (Collaborated 2008)

The Infusion of Environmental Education into the Formal Curriculum (Collaborated 2009)

Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Institutions- Perspectives of first year students of the University of Guyana (2009)

Land use Change over a Sixty Years Period (1951-2009) – Annandale North (2010)

Analysis Of Curriculum Conception Underlying Educational Practice In Guyana – (Collaborated 2010)


Research Interests

Nature of Settlements, Housing, Land use and resource management and migration


Current Research

Preparedness of University of Guyana Geography Graduates for the professional work environment.

Socio-Economic Impacts of the Berbice Bridge on the Business community in New Amsterdam


Current Studies

Master’s in Education – Curriculum and Instruction, University of Guyana