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Mrs. Antonia Inaja, Emmanuel

ASSOC. Professor
Guidance and Counselling
toniainaja@unical.edu.ng

Synopsis

I am Dedicated Staff and Seasoned Counselor of the University. I love Researching, listening to Gospel music, Reading, Cooking and Travelling

Publications

Publications by Antonia Inaja,


A. E. Inaja, K. B. Abang, P. M. Anake (2013). Counsellor and counselling environment in senior secondary schools in southern educational zone in Cross River State. African Journal of Culture, Philosophy and Society, 2 (1), 78-86. www.aworo.aworomannag.com. (Ghana)


Ene I. Ene, Anthonia E. Inaja & Ukwetang, J. Okpa (2013). Factors in school cultism: The alarm and siren. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (USER), 4 (6), 2778-2798. http:www.ijser.org. (France)


Chima Ify Martha-Rose & Anthonia Emmanuel Inaja  (2013). Managing adult education programme for poverty alleviation in Nigeria through effective utilization of guidance and counselling services. Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 13 (12), 124-135. http://scottishjournal.co.uk. (Scotland)


Asuquo, P. N. & Inaja, A. E. (2013). Fostering sustainable career development and employability among young people in the changing world of work: Employers’ perspective. Procedia Social and Behavioural Sciences, 84, 1492-1499.  www.sciencedirect.com (Turkey).


.  Adadu, Paulinus M. A., Inaja, Anthonia E. & Ekpang Pauline (2012). Effective implementation of counselling curriculum and national policy on education in Cross River State public secondary schools: Implication for counselling. An International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 1 (3), 168-178. www.afreevjo.net (Ethiopia).


Inaja, Anthonia E., Esuabana, Stella & Otu Bernard (2011). Assessment  of the quality of final year students’ project reports of Federal College of Education, Obudu. Education for Today, 7 (1), 150-167.a


Ubi, Isaac O., Orji Evelyn & Inaja, Anthonia E. (2011). An impact evaluation of the UBE school feeding and health programme in Cross River State, Nigeria. 2 (1&2), 1-4.


Modo, F. N. & Inaja, A. E.  (2010). Rebranding skills for counsellors toward curbing personal social problems in the school system. Ibom, 1 (1), 40-46.


Otu, B. D., Inaja, A. E., Ubi, I. O. & Ekpang, P. U. (2009). Students’ achievement in decision-making adn teacher effectiveness in public secondary schools in Northern Senatorial District of Cross River State. Calabar Counsellor, 3 (2), 228-241.


Onete, O. U., Inaja, A. E.  & Ekpang, P. U. (2008). Avaricious attitude: A psychological analysis of undergraduates susceptibility to trans-national human trafficking in the south-south zone of Nigeria. The Calabar Counsellor, 2 (1). 50-57.


Mbon, U. J., Asuquo, P. N. & Inaja, A. E.  (2008). Teachers’ percpeiton of organizational retirement plans and attitude to work in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Foundations, 5 (2), 233-238.


Ejue, J. B., Effiom, D. O. & Inaja, A. E.  (2007). Survey of psychological depressants among prison in-mates: Implications for reformation. The Counsellor, 22, 158-164.        


Akpama, Simon Ibor & Inaja, Anthonia (2006). Combating the problem of street children in Nigeria: The non-formal education option. Adult Education in Nigeria, 11, 216-227.


Okon, J. E. Inaja, A. E.  & Udo, D. E. (2005). Principals’ preferred conflict resolution styles in public and private secondary schools in Calabar South Local Government Area.  Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 5 (1), 129-133.


Ukpong, E. M. & Inaja, A. E. (2005). Building the self-worth of girls through the universal basic education in Nigeria. Journal of World Council for Curriculum and Instruction, 5 (1), 91-100.


Asuquo, P. N. Inaja, A. E.  & Asuquo A. E. (2003). Some determinants of adolescents’ attitude to HIV/AIDS prevention in southern Cross River State of Nigeria. Education for Today, 3 (2), 63-70.


Odu, Anthonia Bebiem (2000). Guidance and counselling: A tool for functionalism in tertiary education. Nigerian Educational Journal, 3 (1&2), 69-73.


Odu, Anthonia Bebiem (2000). Getting set for teaching practice. Education for Today, 1 (1), 33-42.


Odu, Anthonia Bebiem (1997). Counselling delinquency. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria, 1 (1), 85-91.


. Inaja, A. E.  (2016). Social interaction in work-place and attitudes towards pre-retirement counselling among public servants in Cross River State, Nigeria. Being paper presented at the 124th Annual  convention of the American Psychological Association held at Colorado, Denver, Colorado, 4th-7th August.


Inaja, A. E. (2012). An investigation of the impact of Jolly Phonics literacy teaching methodology in Cross River State public school, Nigeria. Being paper presented at the Annual Jolly Phonics Trainers’ conference and All Party Parliamentary Group Meeting (APPG) held at Gillwell Park Conference Centre, Chingford, London, UK, 13th-16th July.


Inaja, A. E.  & Anake, P. M. (2015). Retirement adjustment and attitude towards pre-retirement counselling among secondary school teachers in Cross River State. Being paper presented at the 3rd Annual conference of the Institute of Education held at International Conference Centre, University of Calabar, Calabr, 21st-24th October.


Inaja, A. E. (2010). Instructional supervision and teachers’ effectiveness in teaching secondary school students in Cross River State. Being paper presented at the 2nd Faculty of Education International Conference held at University of Calabar International Secondary School, Calabar, 8th-10th  September.


A. E  Inaja, K. B Abam & P. M. Anke (2010). Counsellor and counselling facilities for conducive environment in senior secondary schools in Southern Education Zone in Cross River State. Being paper presented at the Annual national conference of the Counselling Association of Nigeria held at Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Nsukka, Enugu State, 2nd-6th August.

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