Mr. Augustine Igwe RobertDepartment
Social Science EducationDesignation
Robert Augustine Igwe is a native of Assiga Afrekpe in Assiga clan, Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. He was born on the 22nd of July 1988 into the family of Mr and Mrs Igwe Robert Onun Robert Augustine Igwe attended St Francis primary school Ekori where he obtained First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) in 1997, he procceded to Secondary School Mkpani, Mkpani where he obtained SSCE (WACE) in 2003, he was admitted into the university of Calabar in 2006/2007 to study Education Economics and graduated with second class upper division B.Sc. (Ed) in 2010, furthermore enrolled into a masters degree in educational research and statistics and obtained M.Ed in 2017, currently he is a doctoral degree student in the University of Nigeria Nsukka. Robert Augustine Igwe was employed into the University of Calabar as a graduate assistant in 2013 after the completion of his masters degree he was upgraded to the rank of Assistant Lecturer in in 2017. Mr Robert Augustine Igwe has published in reputable Local and international journals, and also attended conferences. As a lecturer he has interest in the field of education economics, educational research, educational evaluation and educational pedagogy. He has thought some courses in the department, like population and family life education, population and economic development in Nigeria, methods of teaching economics and many others. also supervised undergraduate students project. Mr Robert Augustine Igwe has held many positions amongst them are students staff adviser from 2014 to 2019, deputy examination officer from 2017 to 2019.
|Ekpoto, D.F. & Robert A .I (2018). Application of Research skills among post Graduate and literature search in University. International Journal of contemporary Social Science education. 1(1), 41-46|
|Ekpoto, E A. & Robert A.I (2018). Maintaining discipline in a social studies classroom. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education. I (I) 62-67|
|Robert, A.I., Expoto, D. F. & Nji, I A (2018). Influence of Gender and mode of Administration and Studentsâ€™ Academic performance in economics in 2014 unified tertiary matriculation examination in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of contemporary social science education. 1 (2) 169-177.|
|Nji, I.A Chinyelugo T.C & Robert. A. I. (2018) Rationale for Inclusion of Climate Change in Economics Teacher Education Curriculum: A Review of education. Institute of education Journal, University of Nigeria. 30 (1) 106-118|
|Isaac 0.I & Augustine.I.R (2015) Didactic appraisal of computer based and paper pencil testing in economics at the 2014 united tertiary matriculation examination in Nigeria African journal of educational assessment. 2 (6), 86- p5|
|Sam, I E; Robert, A, I & Asuquo E.E (2014) community environmental education: A panacea for environmental sustainability international journal of continuity education and development studies 2(3):pp171-175|
|Sam, I E, Neji, H.A, Robert, A .I & Etetig, T.E (2014). Impact of urbanization on climate change: A case study of Cross River State. International journal of research and advancement in environmental science. 4 (1),147-150|
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