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Dr. Dominic Ebinyi Wonah


Continuing Education/Developmental Studies


Lecturer I


[email protected]

About Dr. Dominic Ebinyi Wonah

Dominic Ebinyi Wonah is a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Continuing Education and Development Studies in the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. He has a B. Ed (Elementary Education) and Masters in two fields, Executive Master in Management (EMBA, 2005) , M.Ed. Adult Education (Industrial and Labour Studies, 2007). He proceeded to obtain a Ph. D in Adult Education (Industrial and Labour Studies, 2017). He has been in several committees of his Faculty and Department. Some of this committees are teaching practice and post teaching practice remediation. He has been teaching courses at the Graduate level and currently supervising 3 M. Ed. candidates. His email address is [email protected] and his phone number is +2348035892578. He has thirteen (10) publications to his credit. Also, he is currently researching on two (2) publication, one of which is foreign based. He has two(2) monographs and two book chapters. He has attended six(6) conferences and presented five(5) papers. He is a Member of three (3) professional bodies.

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Wonah, E. D. (2018). Creativity and innovation in adult and community education. African Journal of Educational Archives. A publication of Forum of Researches in Educational Benchmark (FOREB), 5(1), 98-103.
Wonah, E. D. (2018). Influence of lifelong education and economic development in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Development, 22(3); 60-66.
Ekpenyong, V. O., Wonah, E. D. & Ushie, G. B. (2017). Gender equality and the empowerment of women for sustainable developments in Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(3); 10-17.
Beshel, C. & Wonah, E. D. (2017). Effective management: A catalyst for the growth and progress of cooperative societies in Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS), 4(1); 101-108.
Wonah, E. D. & Ekpenyong, V. (2017). Sustaining economic growth for productive growth. Education for Today, 13(2); 267-270.
Wonah, E. D. & Andong, H. (2016). Public-private partnership in the Nigerian electricity provision: Challenges and the way forward. Education for Today, 12(1); 219-222.
Akpama, S. I., Anthony, G. B. & Wonah, E. D. (2014). Some literacy programmes and sustainable poverty alleviation programmes in Southern Senatorial District, Cross River State. TSU Journal of Education Research and Production, 2(1); 64-69.
Wonah, E. D. & Upla, J. I. (2013). The Role of educational gerontology and aging career pilots in Nigeria. International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL),1(1); 64-68.
Wonah, E. D. (2013). Strategies for implementing labour education in fulfilling Millennium Development Goals. International Journal of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (IJAELL), 1(1); 258-263.

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Sixth Biennial of National Council Curriculum Development held at the Cross River University of Technology, Calabar.Effects of Curriculum Development on Teaching and learning. 2006-04-102006-04-14
Nigeria National Council for Adult Education Conference held at the University of Calabar.The Problems Affecting the Implementation of Nomadic Education Curriculum in South-South, Nigeria. 2006-07-122006-07-15
Professional Values and Empowerment for Academic Staff University of Calabar, Calabar 15th & 16th August, 2012.Nil.2012-08-152012-08-16
Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) University of Calabar, Calabar Nil.2013-02-122013-02-13
Sustainable Development Goals: The Educationist Perspective, University of Calabar. Sixth National Conferences, September 3rd – 9th 2016 Public Private Partnership in Nigeria Electricity Provision: Challenges and the forward Executive 2016-09-032016-09-09
Forum of Educational Bench markers in Nigeria, University of Uyo.Creativity and Innovation in Adult and Community Education. 2018-04-032018-04-06