Curriculum and Teaching
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