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Dr. Fidelis Edom Obo

Lecturer 1
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fidelisoboksm@unical.edu.ng

I am Dr Fidelis Edom Obo from Ababene in Obubra LGA. I am 59 years old. I had my first degree, Masters and Ph.D degrees all in UNICAL. My area of specialization is Measurement & Evaluation. I retired from the Cross River State Civil Service in 2004 where I served in various capacities including Secondary School Math teacher/principal, Math Lecturer, Oyo State College of Education, Director-General and Permanent Secretary. I am a serving Contract Lecturer since 2013 in the Dept of Educational Foundations (formally known as Educational Foundations, Guidance & Counselling). Thanks.

Obo, F. E. (2008). Impact of examination malpractice on the developmental effort of Cross River State. A paper presented on the occasion of a one-day Examination Malpractice Eradication Forum organized by the Ministry of Education, Calabar.


Obo, F. E., Joshua, M. T., Kritsonis, W. A.,


Obo, F. E., Joshua, M. T., Kritsonis, W. A., and Marshall, R. L. (2008). Some student-personal variables as predictors of mathematics achievement in secondary schools in Central Cross River State, Nigeria. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal. Houston, Texas. 24 (2), 32-48


Obo, F. E. (2008). Popularizing and sustaining Science, Technology and Mathematics (STM) Education in Cross River State: A survey of alternative approaches. An appraisal on the occasion of Cross River State Mini Education Summit; December, 2008


Obo, F. E. (2009). An Introduction to Research Methodology in the Public Service. A paper presented at the special workshop for designated Planning, Research and Statistics (PRS) officers in the Cross River State Public Service, organized by the State Planning Commission, Calabar.


Obo, F. E., Joshua, M. T., Ekpoh, U. I., Edet, A. O. and Joshua, A. M. (2009). Perception of examination malpractice and preferred intervention strategies by some stakeholders in the Nigerian school system. Journal of Educational assessment in Africa. Cameroon. 255-268


Obo, F. E. (2008). Education Stakeholders’ attitudes towards examination malpractice and their preferred intervention strategies in Cross River State Secondary School system, Nigeria. An unpublished Ph.D Thesis, University of Calabar, Calabar. 3rd November, 2008


Obo, F. E. (2008). Education Stakeholders’ attitudes towards examination malpractice and their preferred intervention strategies in Cross River State Secondary School system, Nigeria. An unpublished Ph.D Thesis, University of Calabar, Calabar. 3rd November, 2008


Obo, F. E. (2005). Some Student-Personal Variables as predictors of Mathematics Achievement in Secondary schools in Central Cross River State, Nigeria. An unpublished M.ED Thesis, University of Calabar, Calabar. 19th May, 2005.


Obo, F. E., Joshua, M. T., Ekpoh, U. I., Edet, A. O. and Joshua, A. M. (2010). Managing the menace of examination malpractice in the school system. Journal of Counselling, Education and Psychology. Cape Coast, Ghana. 2 (1). 149-163. May, 2010.


Obo, F. E (2006). The impact of examination malpractice on the Nigerian University system. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Seminar of the Vice Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, Calabar. June 6-9.


Obo, F. E., and Joshua, M. T. (2006). Psycho-social variables and Tendency towards examination malpractice among secondary school students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and teaching.7 (3). Enugu. 1-12. July, 2006.

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