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Dr. Genevieve Ngozi, Aglazor

Senior Lecturer
Curriculum and Teaching

Genevieve Aglazor Ph.D. holds a Doctoral Degree in Global/Multicultural Education from Purdue University, USA, two masters degrees: one in Elementary/Special Education and the second in Education Administration both in the U S, and a Bachelors Degree in English and Literary Studies. Genevieve was an Assistant Professor at Tarleton State University before returning to Nigeria as a visiting Assistant Professor assigned to the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at University of Calabar in 2013. Having spent the last 25 years in America’s Educational system, she has an extensive background in teacher education, qualitative research, global and multicultural education. In addition to teaching elementary and secondary levels for 18 years, Genevieve has a strong background in research as well. She has authored multiple articles in acclaimed Journals and Book Chapters. She has also presented papers in many local and foreign conferences. Genevieve Aglazor, Ph.D. is Rhode Island certified elementary, secondary English, special education (Mild/Moderate disability) and school administrator, and endorsed in English as a Second Language. She taught Language Arts, Reading, Creative Writing, Special Education to Elementary through High School students. As a Lead Team member, she has organized and facilitated on-site professional development workshops for fellow district teachers. Genevieve is a beneficiary of the 2016 University of Calabar based TETFUND institutional research grant. She has successfully supervised two PhD students and other post graduate students. She is a book reviewer. Dr Genevieve was a reviewer for the American Educational Research Association (AERA).  In addition to revising and modifying school-wide Providence One Plan for the new school year, she is experienced in teaching technology-based reading programs like “Read 180” by Scholastic. Also, she jointly inaugurated the first Junior National Honors Society at N. Greene. She is the founder of Paradigms Educational Services that has distributed school materials to several rural schools in Cross River State. Paradigms is also involved in philanthropic activities. Dr Genevieve Aglazor is a member of the American Educational Research Association, Curriculum Organisation of Nigeria and World Council of Curriculum and Instruction. She is currently supervising three PhD students and many other graduate and undergraduate students. 

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural  education in schools. Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.

Phillion, J., Sharma, S., Wang, Y., & Aglazor, G. Study abroad in teacher education: Globalizing multiculturalism to prepare future teachers. Paper  presented at 30th Annual Bergamo Conference, October, 2009.

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural education in schools. [Review of the book Other kinds of families:  Embracing diversity in schools by T. Turner-Vorbeck & M. M. Marsh].  Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.  

Aglazor, G. N. (2010). Study abroad in teacher education: Globalizing multiculturalism to prepare future teachers. International Conference on Teaching Excellence and Achievement, Indiana, U S A, 2010.

Aglazor, G. N. (2011). Study abroad: Infusing teacher education with global competencies. 32nd Annual Bergamo Conference on  Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, October 13th-15th, 2011. Theme: Working from Within: Crisis, Compassion, and Curriculum of  Global Imagination. 

Aglazor, G. N., Phillion, J., & Malewski, E. (2011). Study abroad: An added  dimension to preservice teacher education programs. Multicultural Review, 20(1), 17-25.

Sharma, S., Aglazor, G. N., Malewski, E. & Phillion, J. (2011). Preparing  global minded teachers for U.S. American classrooms through  international cross-cultural field experiences. Delhi Business Review, 12(2), 33-44.

Sharma, S. & Aglazor, G. N. (2011). Internationalizing teacher education: The  role of study abroad. The12th International Conference on  Globalization of Higher Education: Challenges and opportunities, NSSA, New Delhi, India, January 5th, 2011.   

Aglazor, G. N. (2015). The phenomenon called globalization: A look at teacher  education in Nigeria.  Institute of Education, University of Nigeria  Nsukka; 2015. Annual Conference, August 25 – 28, 2015 held at University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria.

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Aspiring teachers’ cross cultural encounters:  Spaces for developing global awareness. In Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IOSR-JHSS), 22(11), 37-43.

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Entrepreneurship education: Educating for life-long, sustainable and functional skills. In Education for Today, 13(2).

Timothy, A. E. & Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Basic skills for re-engineering conference preparation and presentations for  national change and development in Nigeria. In Nigerian  Educator, 6(1), 7-15.

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Teacher Education: Re-Training rural in-service teachers for  quality education. In Proceedings of the 8th iSTEAMS Multidisciplinary  Conference. Caleb University, Lagos, Nigeria, Pp.47-52.

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Entrepreneurship education: Educating for life-long,  sustainable and functional skills. In Education for Today, 13(2),  18-26.

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). A roadmap to teaching practice. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. ISBN 978-36491-6-7. 

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). Teaching Practice Handbook for Programmers, student teachers and supervisors. University of Calabar Press, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. ISBN 978-37541-8-1

Aglazor, G. N. (2016). (Ed.) Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World. Copyright © 2011 by the Asia Society All rights reserved. ISBN 978-36491-0-8. 

Aglazor G. N. (2017). If I understand your story, I can tell mine: The correlation between listening comprehension and oral narrative ability. University of Calabar Press, Calabar Nigeria. ISBN 978-007-325-6. 

Aglazor, G. N. (2012). Teaching as a moral practice: Defining, developing, and assessing professional dispositions in teacher education. [Review of the book Teaching as a Moral Practice Defining, Developing, and Assessing Professional Dispositions in Teacher Education by Peter C. Murrell Jr; Mary E. Diez; Sharon Feiman-Nemser; and Deborah L. Schussler (Eds.)]. Issues in Teacher Education, Spring 2013. 22(1); Spring 2013. May 25, 2012.

Aglazor, G. N. (2009). Embracing diverse families/communities in multicultural education in schools. [Review of the book Other kinds of families: Embracing diversity in schools by T. Turner-Vorbeck & M. M. Marsh]. Multicultural Perspectives, 12(1), 50-54.   

Aglazor, G. N. (2014). Perception of Place in Study Abroad Programs: An Experience for Personal and Intellectual Growth. In Suniti Sharma, JoAnn Phillion, Jubin Rahatzad, & Hannah L. Sasser, (Eds.). Internationalizing Teacher Education for Social Justice: Theory, Research and Practice. New York: Information Age Publishing (Pp. 37-55).

Aglazor, G. N. (2017). Infusing Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Education into Nigeria’s Basic Science Curriculum. In Prof. A. O Esu, Prof. I. m. Kalu & Prof. C. c. Chukwurah (Eds.). Education, Science and Technology: A book of readings in honour of Prof O. I. Enukoha. Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria: Stiffaith Prints & Supplies Co. (Pp. 86-98).

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Annual American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Theme: “Inciting the Social Imagination: Education Research for the Public Good”; Vancouver, Canada.
Start: Tuesday 5th April, 2011
End: Saturday 9th April, 2011

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Grant Description:
Leading Educational Research Workshops for University Lecturers: Expanding Research Base and Revitalizing Quality of Research

2000000.00  NRN
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