Dr. Cecilia Obi NjaDepartment
Dr Cecilia Nja holds a Ph.D. in Science Education (Chemistry) from University of Calabar (2013). Dr Nja joined the serices of University of Calabar in 2013. Since then, she has been teaching and contributing to the graduation of Curriculum and Science Education students in the University of Calabar. Her main areas of research include STEM education, ICT in science education, Kitchen Chemistry and educational games utilisation in education. Dr Nja has over sixteen publications spread across both local and international peer review journals. She has attended both local and international conferences where she has made presentations. Dr. Nja has served as Examinations Officer for Education Economics in Curriculum and Teaching Department (2013-2015), Examinations Officer and Course Adviser for Education Chemistry in Science Education Department (2015-2019), Unit Head, Chemistry Education (2014 to date) and many others. She was a member of Teachers' Registration Council Committee (2015/2016) and member, Teachers' Registration Council. She is a member of Science Teacher Association of Nigeria.
|FSLC||Presbyterian Primary School, Akparabong, Ikom Local Government Area, Cross River State||1973||1979 delete_forever|
|1979||Community Secondary School, Akparabong, Ikom Local Government Area, Cross River State||1979||1985 delete_forever|
|NCE Biology/Chemistry||Kaduna State College of Education, Kafachan, Kaduna State||1986||1989 delete_forever|
|B.Sc. (Ed) Chemistry||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State||1989||1991 delete_forever|
|M.Sc. (Ed) Chemistry||University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State||2002||2005 delete_forever|
|PhD||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State||2008||2013 delete_forever|
|Idiege, K. J., Neji, H. A., & Nja, C. O. (2018). Understanding the application of Boylesâ€™s Law Through Operational Mechanism of Syringes, Spray â€“point Cans as Demonstration Tools..Teaching Gas Laws. STAN Handbook for Chemistry. MacChin Multimedia Designers, Zaria.|
|Nja, C. O. (2018). Safety and its Challenges in the Chemistry Laboratory. In: Stephen, S.C. (Ed), Fundamentals of Science Laboratory. University of Calabar Press, Calabar.|
|Nja, C. O., Idiege, K. J., & Obi, J. J. (2017). Effect of the use of ICT on Chemistry Performance. Education for Today, 13(1), 148 -153.|
|Idiege, K.J.S., Nja, C. O. & Ugwu, A. N. (2017).Enhancing Secondary School Chemistry Students Achievement Using K.W.L. Instructional Strategy. Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research, 3(1), 51 â€“ 62.|
|Idiege, K. J., Nja, C. O., & Ugwu, A. N. (2017). Development of science process skills among Nigerian secondary school science students and pupils: An opinion. International Journal of Chemistry Education 2(1), 020-027.|
|Nja, C. O., Idiege, K. J., & Obi, J. J. (2017). Effect of Mnemonic and Teaching of Oxidation and Reduction Reactions to Secondary School Chemistry Students. International Journal of Chemistry Education, 2(2), 22-26.|
|Idiege, K. J., Neji, H. A., & Nja, C. O. (2017). Teaching electronic configuration of elements using analogy: A chemical reactivity in focus. In: Pebs Ibole et al. (Eds). Chemical Combination & Chemical Reaction: A Handbook for Chemistry Teachers. STAN Handbook for Chemistry. MacChin Multimedia Designers, Zaria.|
|Nja, C. O., Iroha K., & Neji, H. A. (2015). Gender, kitchen resources and studentsâ€™ academic performance and retention in thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research, 14, 25-29.|
|Nja, C. O. (2014). Fostering interest in chemistry through the use of kitchen resources and its effect on the academic performance of students. International Journal of Advancement in Development Studies, 9(1), 29-33.|
|Nja, C. O., & Idoha, K. (2013). Kitchen resources classroom interaction and academics performance and retention in thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 4, 169-172.|
|Nja, C. O., & Iroha, K. (2013). Kitchen resources reasoning ability levels and academics performance and retention in thermochemistry in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research Chemistry, 13, 9-13.|
|Nja, C. O., & Neji, H. A. (2013). Kitchen resources school location and academics achievement of SS2 chemistry students. IOSR Journals of Research and Method in Education, 1, 56-59.|
|Nja, C. O., & Neji, H. A. (2013). A chemistry class with kitchen resources and studentsâ€™ enterpreneurial ability. British Journal of Education, 1, 1-6.|
|Neji, H. A., Ukwetang, J. O., & Nja, C. O. (2013). Evaluating the adequacy of laboratory facilities on studentsâ€™ academic performance in secondary school in Calabar, Nigeria, IOSR Journals of Research and Method in Education, 4, 11-14.|
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