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Dr. Christiana Chinyere Ihejiamaizu

Senior Lecturer
Curriculum and Teaching
christiana.iheji@unical.edu.ng

Synopsis

Dr. Christiana Ihejiamaizu graduated with a B. Sc (ed) in Biology and holds a Master's Degree and PhD in Science Education from the University of Calabar. Dr. Christiana has taught at the secondary and tertiary school levels for over eighteen years. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Science Education and has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in Reproductive Health Methodology and several other courses undergraduate, Master's and PhD learners take. Dr. Christiana has held several positions in the Department of Science Education and has published several journal articles and book chapters in the field.

Publications

Publications by Christiana Chinyere



Ihejiamaizu, C. C, Ajake, U. E & Meremikwu, A. N. (2012). Effectiveness of reproductive health education on undergraduate students’ attitude towards family planning in south-south Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice 3(16)75-79. USA. Available online at: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/3698


Ihejiamaizu, C. C, Ajake, U. E, Amalu, M. N. & Meremikwu, A. N. (2013). Influence of reproductive health unit of instruction on undergraduate students’ sexuality in south-South Nigeria. American Journal of Educational Research 1(6)177-180. USA. Available online at http://pubs.sciepub.com/education/1/6/2


Ibe, J. O., Ada, S. A. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2013). Assessment of secondary school chemistry teachers’ quality through identification and use of laboratory apparatus in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Education and Practice 4(5)135-141.USA. Available online at: http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/4800


Ajake, U. E., Ihejiamaizu, C. C. & Oba, A. N. (2014). Physical abuse and self-concept of senior secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education. 5(1)1577-1583. Canada. Available online at: http://infonomics-society.org/wp-content/uploads/ijcdse/published-papers/volume-5-2014/Physical-Abuse-and-Self-concept-of-Senior-Secondary-School-Students-in-Cross-River-State-Nigeria.pdf


Oko, B. A. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2016). Utilization of inquiry method for effective basic science instruction in primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies. 5(3) 20-27. Netherlands. Available online at: http://www.cojis.org/index.php/list-of-journals/2013-08-23-19-59-59/2016-09-25-16-49-57/cojas-journal-vol5-no3-may-2016


Ihejiamaizu, C. C., Anagbogu, G. E. & Odigwe, F. N. (2016). Analysis of effect of reproductive health education and the normal sex education curriculum on undergraduate students’ sexuality in south-south Nigeria. European Scientific Journal 12(4) 106-116. Portugal. Available online at: https://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/6987


Ihejiamaizu, C. C. & Ochui, I. O. (2016). Utilization of biology laboratory equipment and students’ academic performance in Cross River State, Nigeria. British Journal of Education 4(9) 55-63. U.K


Neji, H. A., Ihejiamaizu, C. C. & Meremikwu, A. N. (2016). Promoting chemistry teaching/learning through the Use of local materials and students’ academic achievement and retention in Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Multi-Disciplinary and Scientific Research Journal. 2(3) 187-196 USA. Available online at: http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/185b0a_2e001b69e92c4cabb9c01314 336f9657.pdf


Ihejiamaizu, C. C., Neji, H. A. &  Asanye, E. (2016). Influence of teacher     personality factors on biology students’ academic performance in Calabar. Advances in Multi-Disciplinary and Scientific Research Journal 2(4) 249-256. USA. Available online at: http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/185b0a_e8327915898f4621b 5326a62dd36f271.pdf


Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2003). Inter-correlations of sexuality variables among     secondary   school adolescents. Education for Today. 3 (2) 137-144.


Aji, P. S., Edinyang, S. D., Ihejiamaizu, C. C. & Nkwo, I. N. (2006). Senior secondary school students’ attitude and response-mode variation. Nigerian Journal of Vocational Teacher Education. 6 (1) 56-64.


Nkwo, I. N., Edinyang S. D., Edoho, E., Ihejiamaizu C. C. & Effiong, R.     (2006). Prior knowledge of instructional objectives on retention of difficult concepts in physics in senior secondary schools. West Africa Journal of Educational Research. 9 (1 & 2) 25-34.


Edinyang, S. D., Duruamaku, J. C. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C (2008). Strategies for realistic quality assurance in knowledge acquisition at junior secondary level in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 15 (4) 206-212.


Ihejiamaizu, C. C (2011). HIV/AIDS: global facts, myths and way forward. Social Educator 11(13)102-115.


Amalu, M. N., Ajake, U. E. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2012). Stress from role conflict: consequences for professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research 11(1)37-47


Edinyang, S. D. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2012). Application of ICT in Social Studies Education. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies 15(1) 46-55.


Adah, S. A., Ihejiamaizu, C. C. and Ibe, J. O (2014). Evaluation of Pedagogical Skills Acquisition among National Teachers Institute (NTI) Trainees in Basic Science and Technology in Cross River State Nigeria. The Intuition. 6(1) 237-245.


Adah, S. A. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2015). Teacher creativity in implementing the senior secondary chemistry curriculum for attainment of the millennium development goals (MDGs). Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies 22(1) 70-82.


Ihejiamaizu, C. C, Inyang, M. I & Adah, S. A (2016). Senior secondary school science teachers’ participation in workshops, conferences and seminars in Calabar Metropolis- Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today 12(1) 139-144.


Adah, S. A. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2016). Science Teachers perception of multicultural learning as precursor for climate change curriculum implementation in Ogoja education zone. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research 8 (2): 1-8.


Ezeanya, M. C. & Ihejiamaizu, C. C. (2016). Effect of co-operative method of teaching redox reaction on secondary school students’ chemistry achievement in Calabar education zone- Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research. 8(2) 120-131.


Ihejiamaizu, C. C., Ekon, E. E. & Neji, H. A.  (2017). Comparative effectiveness of concept mapping, 5Es’ learning cycle and lecture methods on biology   students’  achievement   in    Calabar     education     zone    of    Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today 13(2) 180-18

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