Mrs. Amina Peter AdamsDepartment
Social Science EducationDesignation
Mrs. Amina Peter Adams joined University of Calabar, Calabar, as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Social Science Education in October 2016, She is a graduate of Amadu Bello University Zaria, Kaduna State, where she obtained her B.Ed degree in 2007 and M.Ed degree in 2015. She also obtained her NCE (Social Studies/CRS) from Federal College of Education Zaria in 2002. She is presently undergoing her Ph.D programme in Social Studies, in the University of Calabar. Mrs. Adams is a member of Social Studies and Civic Education Association of Nigeria and Social Studies Association of Nigeria. Mrs Adams has many publications in both local and linternational learned journals. She has also partaken in various conferences where she presented various papers and she is happily married.
|Essien, E. E. & Adams, A. P. (2019). Promoting peace and social stability through cultural values in Nigeria: the Social Studies perspective. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(6), 20-26.|
|Effiom, V. N., Adams, A. P. & Osim, E. I.(2019). Influence of moral values and awareness of crime consequences on Corruption tendencies among secondary school students in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabar- Nigeria, 15(2), 111-116.|
|Chia, O. E. & Adams, A. P (2019). Developing family competency in family roles for effective leadership and nation-building in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Social Studies and Civic Education, 10 (2), 263-276.|
|Adams, A. P., Ogar, V. M. & Egbala, E. (2019). Social Studies Objectives and the National Policy on Education. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education, 2(1) 197-202.|
|Adams, A. P., Shuaibu, K & Edegbo, A. O. (2018). Effective of contextual Learning instructional package on primary school pupilsâ€™ achievement in social studies in Kogi state. International journal of contemporary social science Education, 1 (1), 47-56.|
|Adams, A.P & Odey E.E. (2018) Social Studies Studentsâ€™ Perceived causes of Examination Malpractice in the University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State, Nigeria. International journal of contemporary social science Education, 1 (2), 203-211.|
|Unimna, F. A, Adams, A. P. & Ekpoto, D. F. (2017) Contemporary special teaching methods and effective lesson delivery of Social Studies teachers in UBE in Cross River State to meet Sustainable Development Goals. Fulafia Journal of Sociological Studies, 1(1), 6-13.|
|Opoh, F.A., Adams, A.P. & Akai, K.P. (2017). Evaluation of upper basic Social Studies Studentsâ€™Performance trend in Public Examination between 2010-2014 in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Education Research, 5(3), 42-47.|
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|33rd Annual National Conference of the Social Studies AND Civic Educators Association of Nigeria (SOSCEAN). From 6th â€“ 9th August, 2018.||2018-08-06||2018-08-09|
|8th Annual Faculty of Education Conference held at the New Senate Chamber, University of Calabar, Calabar. September, 2018.||Influence of moral values and awareness of crime consequences on Corruption tendencies among secondary school students in Calabar, Nigeria.||2018-09-11||2018-09-14|
|9th Annual Faculty of Education Conference held at the New Senate Chamber, University of Calabar,Calabar from 10th -13th September, 2019.||Social Studies Education as an instrument for attitudinal change for social development in Nigeria||2019-09-10||2019-09-13|