|Middle Name (initial)||A|
|Google Scholar ID||Chinyere A. Nwajiuba|
|Programme||Sociology of Education|
BIOGRAPHY (EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS)
Dr. Chinyere A. Nwajiuba is an Associate Professor of Sociology of Education, Department of Educational Foundations, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria. She is currently the Pioneer Ag. Director, Centre for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETeL). She obtained her M.Sc in Sociology from University of Ibadan, Ibadan and a Ph.D in Sociology of Education from Imo State University, Owerri. She has a certificate and a license for Teaching from the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN). She also has a certificate in a bespoke programme on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. She regularly facilitates capacity building courses for teachers in secondary and tertiary education. She participated in an Erasmus + Staff Mobility programme as visiting Associate Professor at the University of Kent, Canterbury (August, 2018), Linneaus-Palme Visitor at the University of Galve, Sweden (for staff exchange programme) (May,2019 and November, 2019).
Dr Nwajiuba has keen interest in the effect that teachers have on students learning gains and the professional development needs of new teachers in Higher Education. She also has research interest on social problems related to Schooling. She is currently involved in the Association of Teachers Education in Europe (ATEE) Research Development Committee (RDC) Professional Development of Teacher Project investigating characteristics and qualities of innovative teachers.
She is a member and the National Representative, representing Nigeria in the International Study Association of Teachers and Teaching (ISATT), Netherlands. She is pioneer editor of the AE-FUNAI Journal of Education (AJOL) Vol 1, no 1&2. She is also a member of the Editorial board of the Journal of Family Business Management, Emerald Group publishing limited, United Kingdom, and a guest co-editor of Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, Emerald Group publishing limited, France. She has published widely in both national and international journals, and has also contributed in book publications.
|S/N||INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED||DEGREE(S) AWARDED||YEAR|
|1||IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI||PHD IN SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION||2009|
|2||IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI||MED IN SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION||2004|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN||MSC IN SOCIOLOGY||2012|
|4||UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA, NSUKKA||BSC IN HEALTH EDUCATION||1998|
|5||ALVAN IKOKU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI||NCE IN BIOLOGY/HELATH EDUCATION||1992|
|1||STUDENTS LEARNING EXPERIENCES|
|2||TEACHER PEDAGOGY AND PROFESSIONALISM|
|3||SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND SCHOOLING ISSUES|
|5||SCHOOL HEALTH ISSUES|
|6||CLIMATE CHANGE AND EDUCATION|
PG PROJECT STUDENTS (NAME OF STUDENT AND A SUMMARY OF COMPLETED OR ON-GOING RESEARCH)
|1||CHUKWUEMEKA NWOFOR- 11/M.ED/4604
SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS AND SELF-EFFICACY OF TEACHERS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OWERRI EDUCATION ZONE 1
|2||AWU, CHIMA ORJI-11/M.ED/4593
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEVIANT BEHAVIORS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF JUNIOR STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN AFIKPO EDUCATION ZONE OF EBONYI STATE
|3||AGBAKWURU – NKEMKA OBIAGERI-11/M.ED/4697
INFLUENCE OF STUDENTS VIOLENT BEHAVIOUR ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN OWERRI EDUCATION 2 OF IMO STATE
|4||OKORONKWO BEAUTY O -12/M.ED/5811
PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS ON COHABITATION AMONG UNDERGRADUATES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN UNIVERSITIES IN IMO STATE
|5||MADU DONATUS I- 12/M.ED/5883
CRIMINAL BEHAVIOURS AND THEIR INCIDENCES AMONG STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES IN IMO STATE OF NIGERIA.
INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL SUPERVISION OF AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN IMO STATE.
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
|1||International Study Association of Teachers and Teaching (ISATT), Netherlands.|
|2||Educational Research Network for West and Central Africa (ERNWACA),|
|3||Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA),|
|4||Association of Sociologist of Education of Nigeria (ASEN)|
|5||Nigeria Academy of Education (NAE).|
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (MAXIMUM OF 10, WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)
|1||Nwajiuba, C.U., B.E.B, Nwoke and Nwajiuba, C.A. (2007). Structural Adjustment Programme and Public Health Issues in Relation to Migration: Nigeria. Development. 50 (4):101-105. Company of Biologist Publishers Ltd. England. Thomson Reuters Impact Factor: 6.462. ISSN 0950-1991. E ISSN 1477-9129|
|2||Nwajiuba, C.A, Nwajiuba C.U and Nwaodu K (2012). Poverty alleviation consequences of rural educational enterprise: a case study of Madonna University, Elele. International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 1(4):373-379. Inder science Publishers. DOI: 10.1504/IJSEI.2012.051473 SCImago ranked Journal|
|3||Ejiogu, A. O & Nwajiuba, C. A (2012). The Need for Inclusion of Entrepreneurship Education in Nigerian School Curricula. Thunderbird International Business Review. 54(1). Thunderbird School of Global Management publishers. Wiley. USA. SCImago ranked Journal.
|4||Onyeneke, R.U, Nwajiuba, C.A., Igberi, C.O, Amadi, M.U, Anosike, F, Oko-Isu, A, Munonye. J, Uwadoka, C & Adeolu, A. I (2019). Impact of Caregivers’ Nutrition Knowledge and Food Market Accessibility on Preschool Children’s Dietary Diversity: Evidence from Remote Communities in Southeast Nigeria. Sustainability. 11(6):1688. http://doi.org/10.3390. Thomson Reuters Impact Factor 2.875.|
|5||Nwajiuba, C. A., Igwe, P. A., Akinsola-Obatolu, A. D., Icha-Ituma, Afam and Binuomote, M. O (2020). A Stakeholder Approach: What can be done to improve Higher Education Quality and Graduate Employability? Industry and Higher Education. ISSN 09504222 [Accepted 07-11-2019] In Press. Thomson Reuters, Scimago, Clarivate Analytics and ABS Ranked|
|6||Igbokwe, U.L., Onyechi, K.C.N., Ogbonna, C.S., Eseadi, C., Onwuegbuchulam, A.C., Nwajiuba, C.A., Ugodulunwa, C.C., Eze, A., Omaeze, K., Patrick, C.P., Ekechukwu, L.E., Egbe, C.I., Nnachi, R.A., & Anyaegbunam, E.N. (2019). Rational emotive intervention for stress management among English education undergraduates: Implications for school curriculum innovation. Medicine, 98(40), e17452. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000017452. Thomson Reuters Impact Factor 1.870|
|7||. Bakare, J., Omeje, H.O., Yisa, M.A., Orji, C.T., Onyechi, K.C., Eseadi, C., Nwajiuba, C.A., & Anyaegbunam, E.N. (2019). Investigation of burnout syndrome among electrical and building technology undergraduate students in Nigeria. Medicine, 98(42), e17581. doi:10.1097/MD.0000000000017581. ISSN: 0025-7974. Thomson Reuters Impact Factor 1.870|
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
|1||TETFUND INSTITUTION BASED GRANT 2018
Title: Equity and access to basic education in Ebonyi State Nigeria
|2||TETFUND INSTITUTION BASED GRANT 2019
Title: Assessment of 2015-2018 CBN-AET (CBN Assisted Entrepreneurship Training) and self -employment of Youths and Adults in South East Nigeria. 2019-