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Showing All Conferences Attended
|16th Annual National Conference of Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN)|
Contemporary Issues in Research, Assessment and Evaluation in Nigerian Educational System”
|Start: Monday 14th July, 2014|
End: Friday 18th July, 2014
|3rd Annual Conference on “Terrorism|
A threat to Global Peace and Security its Educational Imperatives” organized by the Institute of Education
|Start: Wednesday 21st October, 2015|
End: Saturday 24th October, 2015
|14th Annual Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge|
Re-Engineering Education for Employment and Self Productivity in Nigeria
|Start: Monday 12th March, 2012|
End: Friday 16th March, 2012
|1st Annual Conference on Education on “Overschooling” Faculty of Education, University of Uyo|
Parents’ Perception of Overschooling at the Pre/Primary Educational Level.
|Start: Monday 10th October, 2011|
End: Friday 14th October, 2011
|18th Annual Conference of Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigerian (ASSEREN)|
Blended learning pedagogy for inclusive classroom design in Nigerian primary schools. b) Assessment of research skills among academic staff in public universities in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States.
|Start: Monday 11th July, 2016|
End: Saturday 16th July, 2016
|A 3-day Conference on “Education and Contemporary Issues” Organized by Faculty of Education|
Comparative Study of Test Score Processing Systems
|Start: Tuesday 2nd September, 2014|
End: Friday 5th September, 2014
|6th Annual Conference on “Sustainable Development Goals|
Reformation of educational assessment in Nigeria: A panacea for achieving sustainable development goals 4 and 6. b) Relative effectiveness instructional strategy for mathematics achievement of senior secondary school students (SSII) in Calabar Education Zone: A means of achieving SDGs in Nigeria.
|Start: Tuesday 6th September, 2016|
End: Friday 9th September, 2016
|2nd Annual Conference of the Institute of Education|
Repositioning Teacher Education: A Strategy for Equipping the Nigerian Child with Skills and Competencies to Succeed in the Competitive Global Community.
|Start: Tuesday 22nd April, 2014|
End: Saturday 26th April, 2014
|ix. A 2-day Capacity Building Workshop titled “Quality Teaching for Quality Learning in Higher Education”|
Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE)
|Start: Tuesday 12th February, 2013|
End: Wednesday 13th February, 2013
|In-service Training Workshop for UCISS Teachers on ‘The 21stCentury Teacher|
In-service Training Workshop for UCISS Teachers on ‘The 21stCentury Teacher’ organized by Faculty of Education
|Start: Tuesday 7th August, 2007|
End: Thursday 9th August, 2007
|The 1st Bi-Annual Faculty International Conference on “Global Education: Initiatives , Innovations and Challenges|
E-Learning in Global Education: Challenges and Prospects.
|Start: Sunday 22nd May, 2011|
End: Saturday 28th May, 2011
|A 4–day 6th Annual National Conference of the Association of Nigerian Teachers (ASSONT) |
Education and Extent of Achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for sustainability” held at the Cross River University of Technology
|Start: Monday 8th August, 2011|
End: Friday 12th August, 2011
|2006 National Conference of Nigerian Primary and Teacher Education Association on “Reforms and Nigerian Education in the 21st Century”|
JAMB and Post –UME Screening: The Challenges of the 21st Century.
|Start: Friday 8th September, 2006|
End: Tuesday 12th September, 2006
|17th Annual National Conference of Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN)|
Computer-Based Testing Entrance Examination: Evidence from Post-UTME Candidates in South East Nigeria.
|Start: Sunday 12th July, 2015|
End: Thursday 16th July, 2015
|3rd International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN11)|
Undergraduate Students’ Concerns about the Use of Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA)
|Start: Monday 4th July, 2011|
End: Wednesday 6th July, 2011
|2006 National ICT Skills Acquisition|
Scientific and Industrial Research for Self-reliance: Cornerstone for Sustainable Development of the third world” held at University of Uyo
|Start: Tuesday 13th March, 2007|
End: Friday 16th March, 2007
|21st International Conference on Scientific and Industrial Studies|
“Scientific and Industrial Research for Self-reliance: Cornerstone for Sustainable Development of the third world” held at University of Uyo
|Start: Tuesday 13th March, 2007|
End: Friday 16th March, 2007