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Prof. Alice Eta Asim


Educational Foundation




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About Prof. Alice Eta Asim

Prof Alice Eta Asim holds a Ph.D degree in Educational Evaluation from the International Centre for Educational Evaluation, University of Ibadan. She currently teaches Tests and Measurement, Research Methods and Statistics, Programme Development and Evaluation, Multivariate Statistical Analysis in Education, Development and Validation of Instruments, ICT in Education among other courses. She has successfully supervised 23 Masters and PhD students in the area of Educational Measurement and Research. She is a permanent member of the University Senate and has served her university in various capacities. In October 2016, was appointed Head of Department of Educational Foundations. Prof. A. E. Asim who has been a Government Scholar since her secondary school days, is also a recipient of the Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME) Award for her work on the use of pre-structured concept maps for primary science teaching. She has been an Educational Consultant to: UNESCO, UNICEF, World Bank, Federal and State Governments of Nigeria, National Teachers Institute, Education Trust Fund, etc. As a widely travelled academic and visiting Professor and External Examiner to different universities, she has visited and attended many conferences in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Europe, resulting in over 50 local and international publications. She has ability to do the following; develop and standardise varieties of tests, write textual materials for different school levels, train teachers to adopt appropriate pedagogical approach, analyse data using computer packages, develop training manuals through participatory workshops, undertake content analysis of curriculum materials, lead teams of national consultants in education sector analysis, organize workshops and accredit educational programmes, conduct and analytically present research findings. Prof Asim is a lifelong learner, a wife and a mother.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPrimary School, Akim, Calabar 19691974
WASCHoly Child Sec. School, Calabar19711975
B.ScUniversity of Calabar19761980
M.EdUniversity of Ibadan19851986
Dip. (Comp. Science)University of Calabar19901992
Ph.DUniversity of Ibadan19941998
Certificates in Higher Education Pedagogy NUC Virtual Institute for Higher Education Pedagogy(VIHEP)20032004

S/N Publication
Asim, A. E. (2018). (Ed.). Thesis and Dissertation Abstracts, Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. Calabar: Asitech.
Asim, A. E. & Neji, H. A. (2017). Enhancing pupils’ learning of primary science, mathematics and practical agriculture through science process skills. Journal of Faculty of Education, 13(3), 140- 145.
Asim, A. E., Ukpor, C. O., Eni, E. I. & Promise, G. (2017). Effective assessment of students with visual impairment: Voices from University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Faculty of Education, 13(3), 173-181.
Asim, A. E., Idaka, I. E., & Eni, E. I.(2017). Research in Education: Concepts and Techniques. Calabar: Bloann Educational Publishers
Asim, A. E. & Neji, H. A.(2017). An Evaluation of psychomotor skills development in Basic Science and Technology: A curriculum perspective. In Esu, A. E. O, Kalu, I. M. & Chukwurah, C.O. (Eds.). Issues in Education, Science and Technology: Book in honour of Prof. I. O. Enukoha. Calabar: Stiffaith Prints.
Asim, A. E. & Eni, E. I.(2015). Evaluation of the use and misuse of statistical techniques in educational research in University of Calabar. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 14(1), 183-195.
Opie, O. N., Asim, A. E.& Joshua, M. T. (2015). Psychosocial variables and undergraduate students’ attitude towards research in the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 14(2), 197-209.
Asim, A. E., Promise, G. & Bassey, B. A. (2015). Gender and location differences in emotional intelligence expression among the senior secondary school students in Rivers State of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 14(3), 92-103.
Asim, A. E., Ekuri, E.E. & Eni, E. I. (2013). A diagnostic study of pre -service teachers’ competency in multiple choice item development. Research in Education 89,13-22.
Asim, A. E. (2013). Learner Autonomy. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) Nigerian Chapter FORUM, 9(1), 17 - 27.
Asim, A. E. (2013). Changing scenes in Science Education Research. In Ben Akpan (Ed.). Science Education: A global perspective. Abuja: Next Generation Education Ltd.
Asim, A. E. (2013). The teachers’ task in an Era of knowledge explosion. In M. Fabunmi (Ed.). Explorations in Education: Selected essays in honour of Prof. PAI Obanya. Ibadan: His Lineage Publishing House.
Asim, A. E. (2012). Essential study skills and effective study habits: a remedy for examination malpractice in schools. In P.A. Eniayeju & P. T. Ortese (Eds.). Contemporary Issues in Education. Makurdi: Destiny Ventures
Ikeobi, I.O., Asim, A.E. et al (2010). STAN Basic Science and Technology Series. Ibadan: University Press plc.
Joshua, M. T., Bassey, S. W. & Asim, A. E. (2009). Primary school Teachers’ perceived continous assessment difficulties and reporting competence in Cross River South: Implications for the UBE. Jounal of Childhood and Primary Education, 6(1), 27-36.
Asim, A. E. & Unoh, P. B. (2007). The Implementation of Nigerian Integrated Science Project (NISP): An analysis of End of Junior Secondary Examination Papers. African Journal of Contemporary Issues (AJCI), 7(1), 142-150.
Tawo, R. E., Asim, A. E. & Bassey, P. U. (2007). Methodological Issues in Assessing Literacy among Second Chance Learners. The International Journal of Learning, 14(3), 217-225.
Asim, A. E., Kalu, I., & Ekweme, C. O. (2007). Skills in Unpublished Theses and Published Researches in Science Education. Tropical Focus, The International Series on Tropical Issues, (1), 89-94.
Asuquo, P. N., Uwe, E. A, & Asim, A. E. (2007). “Ethics and the Use of As8sessment Result in Nigerian Schools: Issues, Challenges and Suggestions for the Counsellor”. African Journal of Contemporary Issues (JORDA), 7(2).
Asim, A.E., Bassey, P.U. & Umoren, G.U.(2007). A critical analysis of primary science teachers’ traditional perception of intelligence and the theory of multiple intelligence theory. Commonwealth Association of Science, Technology and Mathematics Educators (CASTME) Journal,27(3),24-32.
Asim, A. E., Uwe, E. A., Ekuri, E. E., Asuquo, P. N. & Ekpiken, Ekanem, R. S. (2007). A Path Analytic Model of Socio –cultural Indicators of In-school Adolescents’ Response to HIV/AIDS Preventive Measures…International Quartely of Community Health Education, A Journal of Policy and Applied Research, 27(2).
Esu, A. E. O., Asim. A. E. & Eni, I. Eni. (2007). The 2015 UBE Vision: An Assessment of Readiness of Special Education Schools in Cross River State. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Congress of The Nigerian Academy of Education.
Kalu, I. M. & Asim, A. E. (2006). Conceptual Change Analysis of Secondary School Teachers’ Difficulties in Implementing Inquiry Teaching Method. Journal of Research and Development in Education (JORDE), Vol. 6, 118-124.
Esu, A. E. O., Asim, A. E. & Obara, J. K. (2006). Tertiary Institutions’ Teacher Education Programmes in Cross River State: What Gap to the Demand and Supply of Primary School Teacher in the 21st Century. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 13(2), 119 – 126.
Asim, A. E. (2005). Breaking the Ice in HIV/AIDS Education using Pre-structured Concept Maps. Commonwealth Association for Science Technology and Mathematics (CASTME) Journal 25(2), 31-40).
Bassey, U. U., Asim, A. E. & Essien, M. I. E. (2005). A Comparative Analysis of Staffing and Academic Performance of Students in Public and Private Secondary Schools in Cross River State. Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning, 51(1): 195 – 203.
Ntukidem, E. P., Asim, A. E. & Eni, E. I. (2005). Evaluation of Cross River State Special Education Programme: Implication for Empowering Persons with Special Needs. The Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 8(2): 181 – 190.
Asim, A. E., A. E. Asim & B. A. & Obi, Florence (2005). Teachers’ Retraining Programme Package: How Do Southern Senatorial Zone of Cross River State Teachers Evaluate the Effectiveness of its Capacity Building? World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) Nigerian Chapter FORUM, 5(1), 195 – 203.
Asim, A. E. & Okon, J. E. (2005). Strategizing for Realistic Quality Assurance in the Nigerian University System. In D. N. Eze & N. Onyegegbu Knowledge Generation and Dissemination: Issues and Challenges in Nigeria Universities. Enugu: Pearls & Gold Publishers.
Asim, A. E. (2004). An Evaluation of the Adequacy of the Elementary Education Curriculum of University of Calabar in Preparing the 21st Century Primary Science Teacher. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1(1), 46 – 53.
Asim, A. E., Ani, O. E. & Kalu, I. M. (2004). An Assessment of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills Development: A Case Study of Computer Literary Centres in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Computer Literary (NJCL), 5(1): 11 – 20.
Isangedighi, A. J., Joshua, M. T., Asim, A. E. & Ekuri, E. E.(2004). Fundamentals of Research and Statistics in Education and Social Sciences. Calabar: University of Calabar Press.
Umoinyang, I. E., Asim, A. E., Akwa, A. M. & Bassey, S. W.(2004). Principles and Techinques of Educational Assessment and Evaluation. Calabar: Helimo Associates.
Asim, A. E. (2003). Profile of Children’s Understanding of the concepts of Properties of air, heat and electricity: An Evaluation from the Constructivists’ Perspective. Education for Today 3(1), 50 – 51.
Asim, A. E. & Bassey, U. U. (2003). An Evaluation of Female Representation in the Teaching Profession: A Case Study of Public Secondary Schools in Cross River South Senatorial District. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction Nigerian Chapter FORUM 4(2), 185 – 194.
Asim, A. E. & Joshua, M. T. (2003). Item Banking: Its Implication for Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Life-Long Education, (1 & 2), 61 – 69.
Asim, A. E. (2003). Influence of Teaching Method, Sex, and Reasoning Ability on Primary School Pupils’ Attitude Towards Science. UBE FORUM, A Journal of Basic Education in Nigeria, 3, 80 – 89.
Bajah, S. T. & Asim, A. E. (2002). Constructivism and Science Learning: Experimental Evidence in a Nigerian Setting. World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) Nigeria Chapter FORUM, 3(1), 105-114.
Oden, S. N. & Asim, A. E. (2002). Towards Scientific Literacy: Motivating Primary School Children to learn science using Scientific Poems. UBE FORUM, A Journal of Basic Education in Nigeria, 2(2), 30-37.
Bassey, U. U. & Asim, A. E. (2001). Patterns of absentee tendency among public secondary school teachers in Cross River State South Senatorial District. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy (IJSSPP) 4(1): 141-149.
Asim, A. E., (2000) Gender equity and Educational Opportunities in Science: An appraisal of approaches. Journal of Women Academics (JOWACS) 1(I), 29-36.
Asim, A. E., (1998) September. Science Education and Humanity. Way Forward. The Reseacher 3(1), 1-6.
Ibeagha, E. J. & Asim, A. E. (1997). Ideal strong points for mastery learning: implications for Science Teaching, Journal of Science Education, 2(1), 40-48.

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