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Prof. Rowland Alam-Eke Iheanacho


Educational Foundation




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About Prof. Rowland Alam-Eke Iheanacho

Prof. Rowland Alam Eke Iheanacho was employed as an academic staff into the Department of Educational foundations, University of Calabar in 1991 as Assistant Lecturer. He attended University of Ibadan, Oyo State; where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Education (B.Ed); Education Management and Economics in 1979. He obtained his Masters’ degree in Education (M.Ed); Educational Psychology from the University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1988 and also holds a Ph.D in Educational Psychology from the University of Calabar, in year 2002. He became a Professor in October, 2009 and has authored and published 44 articles in both local and foreign peer reviewed journals, 2 book, 5 book chapters, 2 monograms and 2 completed researches. Prof. Rowland Alam Eke Iheanacho has also supervised several teaching practice, several undergraduate and about 26 postgraduate students in the course of his carrier. He has also taught about 20 courses among which are child psychology, Adolescent psychology, Biological psychology, Abnormal psychology, Social psychology of human learning, Psychology of human development, Psychology of learning, Behaviour modification, Philosophy of education, Test and measurement, Research methods and statistics, Language and cognitive development, Socialization and moral development, Teaching practice, School and society, History and philosophy of education, Human growth and development, Learning and motivation, Theories of Learning and Research project. He belongs to several professional bodies which include; National Association of Educational Psychologists (NAEP), Nigeria Society for Educational Psychologists (NISEP), Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), Counseling Association of Nigeria (CASSON), Association for Promoting Quality Education of Nigeria (APQEN), Nigerian Education Research Reporters Association (NERRA), National Council for Exceptional Children (NCEC), National Association for Curriculum Theorists (NACT), Philosophy of Education Association of Nigeria (PEAN) and National Association of Business Education (NABE) among others. He has also participated in several conferences where he made presentations.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
B.Ed (Education Management/Economics)University of Ibadan, Ibadan 19761979
M.Ed (Educational Psychology) University of Nigeria, Nsukka 19861987
Ph.D. ( Educational Psychology) University of Calabar, Calabar19912000

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Iheanacho R.A.E., & Njoku J.N., (2017), Schools’ moral loading and adolescents’ value orientation. International Education Scientific Research Journal, (3), 5 – 9.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Njoku, J.N., (2017), Schools’ moral loading and adolescents’ value orientation, International, Eduacation, Scientific Research Journal, 3(3), 5-9
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Okon, M.O., (2013), Bodily kinaesthetic intelligence and youths alienation to crime and misconduct, Journal of Education Review, 511 – 516.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Peters, J.S., (2010), Techniques for resolving adolescent vocational identify crisis, African Journal of Allied Education, 4(1), 45 – 52.
Nanjwan, J.D., Obi, F.B., & Iheanacho, R.A. E., (2010), Fostering of learning by pupils with visual impairment through teachers – parents partnership. In T. Ajobiewe & P.I. Osuorji (Eds). New perspective in special needs education for sustainable development , 201-205. Ibadan: Glory-Land.
Iheanacho, R.A.E. & Okon, M.O., (2010), Perception of quality valuation and quality control implementation in tertiary institutions, The UWI Quality Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance, 2(1), 185-193.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2010), Perception of training-practice congruence in vocational education, Ghana Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance, 2(1), 185-193.
Onete, U.O., Asuquo, P.N., Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Ojini, R.A., (2008), Self-concept, attitude and performance of students in physical sciences in southern Cross River State of Nigeria, The Calabar Counsellor, 2(1), 37- 49.
Imona, M.E., Ugbong, B.I., Oyira, E.J., & Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2008), Ageing and stress factor among Nigeria primary school teachers. In A.A. Ekoja & E.O. Sunday (Eds.). Adulthood and ageing in Nigeria, 17-25. Nigerian society for educational psychologists.
Asagwara, C.G., Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Duruamaku-dim, J.C., (2008), Problem finding and enhancement of creativity in the classroom, Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching, 1(5), 77-82.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2008), Problem finding and enhancement of creativity in the classroom, Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching, 1(5), 77-82.
Asagwara, C.G., & Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2007), Sports’ cognition, self fulfilling prophecy and achievement in sports, Journal of International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (Africa Region) 2(30), 62-64.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Asagwara,C.G., (2007), Bodily – Kineaesthetic intelligence and achievement in sports, Journal of International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (Africa region), 2(3), 17-20.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., Asagwara, C.G., & Inaja, A.E., (2007), Household peers and value orientation among adolescents in Calabar metropolis, Nigeria. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 7, 56-61.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., Asagwara, C.G., Nanjwan, J.D & Akah, I. U., (2006), Intellectual ability, gender and age in the choice of career at the University of Calabar, Giants of Academia, 1, 68-75.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Nanjwan, J.D., (2005), Adolescents’ dressing and sexual behavior, Multidisciplinary Journal of Research Development, 6(3), 112-116.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2005), Social demand for university education and intellectual ability: University of Calabar experience, Global Journal of Social Science, 4(1 & 2), 61 – 64.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2005), University of Calabar students’ perception of sexy dressing, The Educational Psychologist, 1(2), 215-222.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2005), Introduction to abnormal psychology. Owerri: GOC International Publishers.
Asagwara, C.G., Iheanacho, R.A.E., Duruamaku-dim, J.C. & Okon, M.O. (2005). Ability in Nigeria languages among the educated elite, Bilingual Journal of Arts Letters and Social Sciences 1(3), 60 - 66.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., Asagwara, C.G., Nanjwan, J.D., Bassey, P.U., & Denga, H., (2005), Intellectual ability and self-efficacy in an inclusive education: The Nigerian setting, The International Journal of Tropical Issues, 5(30), 121-128.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2004), Incidences of misbehaviours in primary and secondary schools according to gender, age and level of education, The Nigerian Educational Psychologist, 2(1), 53 – 61.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2004), Family economic and psychological wealth for effective children’s learning, Journal of Research and Development in Education, 11(1), 1- 8.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2004), Psychological preparation of learners and teachers for the Universal Basic Education (UBE) in Nigeria, Sokoto Education Review, 7, 8-11.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Nanjwan, J.D., (2004), Child maltreatment and manifest anxiety among children in Calabar metropolis, The Nigeria Educational Psychologist, 3(1), 80 -88.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., Asagwara, C.G., Okon, M., Inaja, A., (2004), Effectiveness of Group size in brainstorming, African Journal of Contemporary Issues, 4(1), 143-148.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Fashion in dressing and expectations of fidelity in marriage, Nigerian Journal of Research and Production, 2(3), 66 -73.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Teachers’ brain development and teacher quality, Knowledge Review, 6(3), 9 -12.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Development antecedents of civic responsibility, Nigeria Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 11(1), 61-65.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Students’ union democracy and civic responsibility, Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 11 (2), 1- 6.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Adolescent sexuality, sex education and HIV/AIDS: The condom palaver, Education for Today, 3(3), 105-112.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2003), Higher education in traditional Nigeria. In P.N. Asuquo (Ed.). Traditional education in Nigeria: An Introduction, 237 – 287, Calabar: NIVS & IBEPS
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Punishment and students’ behavioural tendencies, West African Journal of Research and Development in Education. 8(1), 37- 43.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Gifted child and school discipline, Sokoto Educational Review, 5, 68 -79.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Gender factor in traing-practice congruence for exceptional children, African Journal of Vocational Education, 2(1), 78- 85.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Psychology of learning. Owerri: GOC International Publishers.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Teachers’ emotion and learners’ academic activities, Journal of Education, 2(1), 84 – 91.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2002), Comparative preference for professional training, in University of Calabar: Implications for Universal Basic Education, The Counsellor, 18(1), 77- 83.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2001), Cultism among Nigerian adolescents; Mode of operation, causes and implication for the society. In R.U.N. Okonkwo & P.O. Okoye (Eds.). The Nigerian adolescent in perspective 117-124. Ekwulobia, Anambra; The Onwuka and Sons.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2001), Alphabetical variables and acquisition of Nigerian languages, Knowledge Review, 4(2), 97 – 100.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2001), Utilizing social class and enthnicity in secondary education for nation building, Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 10(4), 1- 5.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2000), Family love: A prerequisite for good mental health. Psychological Perspective, 2, 13 – 21
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2000), Brain development and intellectual activities. Psychological Perspective, 2, 13 – 21.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (2000), Enhancing creativity among adolescents through repealed brainstorming, International Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy, 3(1), 161-186.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1998), Prenatal development and learning deficiency in young children, Nigeria Journal of Education and welfare of Special People, 2(1), 91- 96.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1998), Guiding children to achieve legibility in handwriting, Nigerian Journal of Educational Foundations, 2(2), 147 – 155.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1998), Adolescents’ perception of the factors of interest in the opposite sex, Nigerian Journal of Educational Foundations, 2(1), 147-155.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1997), The implication of adolescents’ physical and physiological development for the conservation and protection of the environment, Journal of Education Theory and Practice, 3(1 & 2), 70-77.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1997), Social and economic dimensions of examination malpractices in Nigeria, The Calabar Counselor, (1), 32- 37.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1997), Group evaluation: A solution to adolescents’ academic problem, Benue State University, Journal of Education, 1(1), 10 -13.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., & Okon, M., (1997), Diagrams and symbols as facilitators of learning among the mentally retarded, The Researcher, 2(1), 59 - 64.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1996), School healthful living and future of education in Nigeria, Journal of School Health Education, 3(1& 2), 46-48.
Iheanacho, R.A.E., (1994), Moral education; the role of the school. In C.G. Asagwara (Ed.), Readings in psychology, 1, 94-104 Calabar; DON Universal.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 8th National conference; National Association of Educational Psychologists (NAEP), Alvan Ikoku Colege of Education, Owerri,1992-04-291992-05-02
Workshop on Greening the teacher education. Faculty of Education, University of Calabar.1993-03-031993-03-04
The 2nd Annual National conference, Nigeria Education Research Reporters Association (NERRA), University of Uyo1997-05-061997-05-10
The Inauguration 1st State Annual Conference, Counseling Association of Nigeria. 1997-07-231997-07-25
The 8th Biannual Conference, Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), National Institute for Nigerian Languages Aba. 1999-09-041999-09-17
The 7th Biannual Conference, Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-aife1999-09-241999-09-26
The 24th Annual National Conference, Counseling Association of Nigeria (CASSON), National Universities Commission2000-08-212000-08-26
The 10th Annual National Conference. National Council for Exceptional (NCEC), Federal College of Education, Okene, 2000-08-232000-08-28
The 1st National Conference, Nigerian for Educational Psychologist (NISEP). NNamdi Azikiwe University, Awka 2000-10-092000-10-13
The 12th National Conference, Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria (APQEN), “D” Hall, Federal College of Education (Tech.), Gombe, Gombe state, 2000-10-162000-10-21
Omep Africa Regional seminar, Ladi Kwali Hall, Sheraton hotel, Abuja,2000-10-302000-11-03
The 7th National conference, National Association of Nigerian Theorists (N.A.C.T.), Enugu (ESUT), Enugu 2001-10-022001-10-05
The 2nd National Conference, Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists (NISEP), Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka2001-10-092001-10-13
The 19th Annual Conference, Philosophy of Education of Nigeria (P.E.A.N). A10 theatre main Campus, Usman Danfodio University, P.M.B 2346 Sokoto2001-10-292001-10-31
NABE 2001 National Conference, Joshua Dariye Hall, Plateau State Polytechnic, Jos Campus, Jos2001-10-292001-11-02