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Dr. Idaka, Idaka Egbe

Associate Professor
Educational Foundation
iidaka@unical.edu.ng

Idaka holds a PhD in statistics, Research, Measurement and Evaluation.He also holds a Higher diploma in Management and M.B.A. He has been teaching Educational measurement, Research and statistics to both undergraduate and graduate students since 2002. His current interest is in the effective implementation of School-based assessment, advising and assisting faculty and students in the generation and development of research endevours. Idaka has published widely and is presently the Director of SIWES, University of Calabar.

Akpama, E. G., Bassey, A. O., Idaka I. E. and Egong, A. I. (2010). Secondary school curriculum building and implementation of the National Policy on Education: Implication for Counseling. Nigeria Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 8 (1), 55-64.

Idaka, I. E., Joshua M. T., Kritsonis, W. A. (2006 ). Attitude of academic staff in Nigerian tertiary educational institutions to Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI). International Journal of Scholarly Academic Intellectual Diversity,8(1),1-9 (USA). Available online at http:www.nationalforum.com


Idaka, I.E., Egbonna,A. and Bassey,P.U (2011). Trainee teachers’ test anxiety and academic achievement in Educational Test and Measurement in University of Calabar. America Journal of Social Issues and Humanities,1(2), 174-185(USA) http://www.ajsih.org/index.php/AJSIH/article/view/28


Idaka, I.E., Asim, A. E. and Egbonna, A (2011). Some correlates of Basic Education teachers’ application of testing skills in School-Based Assessment (SBA) programme in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Review, 4 (2), 279-285(India)

Idaka, I. E. and Joshua M. T. (2009). Attitude of academic staff in Nigerian tertiary educational institutions to Student Evaluation of Instruction (SEI): A case study of Cross River University of Technology. Educational Research and Review,4(10),470-474(USA). Available online at http:www.academicjournals.org/ERR


Apebende, E. U., Akpo O. B., Idaka I. E. and Ifere, A. B. E. (2010). Parental involvement and effective Nation’s implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE). African Research Review, 4(2), 311-321(Ethiopia)https://www.ajol.info/index.php/afrrev/article/view/58329


Edu, D. O., Ayang, E. E. anf Idaka I. E. ( 2012).

Edu, D. O., Ayang, E. E. anf Idaka I. E. ( 2012). Evaluation of

Edu, D. O., Ayang, E. E. anf Idaka I. E. ( 2012). Evaluation of instructional methods and aptitude effects on the psychomotor performance in Basic Electricity among technical students in Southern Educational Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. American International Journal of Contemporary Research,2(2), 117-123 (USA)http://www.aijcrnet.com/journals/Vol_2_No_2_February_2012/14.pdf

Ayang, E. E., Edu, D. O. and Idaka I. E. ( 2012). Gender and self-concept as correlates of the psychomotor performance of students in Basic Electricity in technical colleges in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 2 (1), 171-176 (Italy)

Idaka, I. E.( 2013). Re-engineering University Education for employability in Nigeria. Journal Of Education and Practice, 4 (11) 43-46 (UK) http://pakacademicsearch.com/pdf-files/edu/413/43-46 Vol 4, No 11 (2013).pdf

Idaka, I. E. and Idaka, E. I. (2014). From Classical Test Theory (CTT) to Item Response Theory (IRT) in research instrument validation: An introductory to a desirable transition. LWATI:A Journal of Contemporary Research. 11(3), 36 - 44. (China)https://www.ajol.info/index.php/lwati/article/view/119740

Idaka, I. E., and Akubuiro, I. M. (2013). Responses of Nigerian universities to the use of Technology – Based teaching strategies: Students’ perspective from Cross River University of Technology, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 3 (3). 143-148 (Italy)http://www.mcser.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/552

James, B. E. and Idaka, E. I. (2005). An investigation of marital adjustment and academic performance of married students. International Journal of

Idaka, I. E. and Joshua M. T. (2005). Assessment of the preparedness of Nigerian Academics for Faculty Evaluation by students. Education for Today. 5 (1), 17-28.

James, B. E. and Idaka, E. I. (2005). An investigation of marital adjustment and academic performance of married students. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research, 2 (1), 215-219

Idaka, I. E. and Joshua, M. T. (2007). Some correlates of Cross River University of Technology students’ `attitude towards teaching practice: Implication for the professionalization of teaching. Nigeria Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 3 (1), 94-102.

Idaka, I. E. and Usang E. (2006). Publish or perish syndrome in higher institutions: Implications for quality certification in tertiary institutions. The Nigeria Journal of Research and Production, 9 (2), 61-65.

Idaka, I. E. and Joshua, M. T. (2007). Some correlates of Cross River University of Technology students’ `attitude towards teaching practice: Implication for the professionalization of teaching. Nigeria

Idaka, I. E., Bassey, S. W. and Ayang, E. (2008). Test as a stethoscope: The need for adequate training and re-training in Educational Test and Measurement for all teachers. Global Journal of Educational Research, 7 (1

Idaka , I. E., Ayang, E. E. and Otu, B. D. (2009). Test and Measurement literacy and application of the knowledge in the classroom: A Case study of secondary school teachers in the Central Educational Zone (CEZ) of Cross River State. The International Researcher a Multi-Disciplinary Journal of the Graduate School, University of Calabar, 1 (3), 104-110

Idaka, I. E., Bassey, S. W. and Ayang, E. (2008). Test as a stethoscope: The need for adequate training and re-training in Educational Test and Measurement for all teachers. Global Journal of Educational Research, 7 (1and2), 25-29.https://www.ajol.info/index.php/gjedr/article/view/49482

Bassey, S. W. and Idaka I.E. (2008). Reforming assessment practices in Nigerian schools: The option of integrated domain benchmarking. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education, 4 (1), 50-59.

Bassey, A. O., Akpama,, E. G., and Idaka, I. E. (2009). Basic Education teacher’s participation in curriculum development and effective teaching in Cross River State of Nigeria: Counselling implication. West Africa Journal of Educational Research, 12 (1 and 2),7-14.

Bassey, A. O., Apebende, E. U., Idaka, I. E. and Ifere A. B. E. (2009). Emotional health and academic performance of primary school pupils in Cross River State. The Nigerian Journal of Research and Production, 15 (2), 84-90.http://www.globalacademicgroup.com/journals/nigerian journal of research and production /EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC.pdf

Akpama, E. G., Bassey A. O. and Idaka, I. E.(2009). Towards a new Education culture in Cross River State: The dimension of effective teaching of indigenous language for the primary and junior secondary. Implication for Counseling. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education, 6 (2), 55-71.

Idaka, I. E., Bassey, S. W. and Anagbogu, G. E. (2009). From Assessment of Learning to Assessment for Learning: An introduction to a desirable transition. FCT Education Secretariat Journal of Curriculum Studies and Instruction, 2 (1), 119-122.

Akpo,O. B. and Idaka, I. E.,(2009). Street children and economic development: Implication for counseling. The Calabar Counsellor, 1 (1), 47-60.

Bassey, P. U., Okon, M. O. and Idaka, I. E. (2010). Manifest anxiety and students’ mathematics performance in Cross River State. The Calabar Counsellor, 4 (4), 36-42.

Bassey, P. U., Isangedighi, A. J., Okon, M. and Idaka I. E. (2010). Some affective characteristics as correlates of secondary school students performance in mathematics in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research, 9 (1 and 2), 77-83.https://search.proquest.com/openview/5ec59f07fa5e099f342b0494ef8f7045/1?pq-origsite=gscholar4$bl=105791

Idaka, I. E. and Akubuiro, I. (2012). From Closed-book Examinations (CBEs) to Open-book Examinations (OBEs): An introduction to a desirable transition. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction, 2 (1), 15-23.http://www.globalacademicgroup.com/journals/resourcefulness/From Closed-book Examinations (CBEs) to Open-book.pdf

Idika, D., Idaka, I. E. and Ukpor, C. (2012). Assessment of availability and utilization of Information Technology (IT) for effective teaching of sciences in secondary schools in Cross River State. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 6 (1), 63-74.

Idika, D., Idaka, I. E. and Ukpor, C. (2012). Assessment of availability and utilization of Information Technology (IT) for effective teaching of sciences in secondary schools in Cross River State. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 6 (1), 63-74.

Akpama, G. E., Akpo O. B., Idaka I. E. and Okey S. M.( 2012). Counseling for utilization of university students’ research findings by the Nigeria government and private sector. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 2 (10), 117-123.

Akubuiro, I. and Idaka I. E. (2013). Gender, school location and academic performance of senior secondary school students in Physical Science Subjects in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 3 (1 and 2), 22-28.

Idaka, I.E., Emanghe, E. E. and Onwochei, N. (2014). Assessment of School Refusal among Basic Education pupils in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State. Education for Today, 1(2), 71-76.

Idaka, I. E., and Ntah, H. (2016). Gender, age and emotional intelligence among secondary school students in Calabar Education Zone, Cross River Sate, Nigeria. Internal Journal of Educational Administration and Planning,8(1), 182-191

Idaka, I. E., and Edame, E. E. (2017). Development and validation of Mathematics Diagnostic Achievement Test ( MDAT) for senior secondary schools in Northern Education Zone, Cross River State. Education for Today,13 (2),119-124

Akubuiro, I. M., and Idaka, I. E. (2016). Improving educational measurement with the 3-Parameter Logistic Model (3PLM). International Journal of Rewsearch in Basic and Lifelong Education,5(1 and 2),114-121

Essen, C. B., Idaka, I. E., (2017). Item level diagnostics and model-data fit in Item Response Theory (IRT) using BILOG-MG V3.0 and IRTPRO V3.0 programmes. Global Journal of Educational Research,16,87-94 https://search.proquest.com/openview/e7c68a5074dc61f4ffa6b4644df66545/1?pq-origsite=gscholar

Asim, A.E., Iroha, M.K., Idaka,I.E. and Bassey, S.W. (2007). Competency in STM assessment: The case of primary school teachers in Cross River state, Nigeria. Episteme-2: An International Conference Proceedings Review Research in Science Technology And Mathematics Education. India

Idaka, I.E., Asim, A.E. and Bassey, P.U. (2007). School-Based Assessment practice among junior secondary science teachers in Southern Education Zone Of Cross River State. 9th Conference Proceedings of National Association of Evaluation And Researchers.

Joshua, M.T. and Idaka,I.E.(2007). School-based Assessment in the Universal Basic Education: Implication and challenges in the teaching of sciences. 9th Conference Proceedings of National Association Of Evaluations And Researchers.

Akpama, G.E., Bassey, A.O., Idaka, I.E. and Bassey, T.(2009). Parental involvement in examination mal-practice among secondary school students in Cross River State. Conference Proceedings For The 34th Annual National Conference Of (CASSON), Abuja

Idaka, I. E., (2015). Simplified statistics in Education. Calabar: Ebaye Communication.ISBN:978-978-36623-18.

Idaka, I. E. and Joshua, M.T.(2007). Academic staff evaluation and quality control in Nigeria Universities. In E.N. Etuk, I.M. Udofot and A. E. Udosen (Eds). Education in Nigeria in the 21th century. Focus and Imperative. Uyo: Abaam. ISBN: 978-601-0094.

Idaka, I. E. and Idaka, E. I. (2017). Validity considerations in instrument construction: Matters arising. In M. T. Joshua, P. N. Asuquo and J. S. Petters( Eds). Education for Careers in the 21st Century. Calabar: University of Calabar Press.

Idaka , I. E. and Anagbogu, G. (2007 ).Research design. In A J. Isangedighi (Ed.). Essentials of Research and Statistics in Education and Social Sciences. Calabar:ETI-Nwa. ISBN:978-051-428-7

Idaka, I. E.( 2015). Worthy in both character and learning: Is it a mere ritual? In D.I Denga (Ed.) Credible Educational Response to Current Challenges Plaguing Nigeria. Calabar: Rapid Educational publishers Ltd. ISBN: 978-016-764-1.
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