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Name

Mrs. Ekaette Emeka Ogbonna

Department

Fine and Applied Arts

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mrs. Ekaette Emeka Ogbonna

Ogbonna, Ekaete Emeka (Mrs), was first employed as Part Time Lecturer in the former Polytechnic of Calabar as a Ceramics Lecturer in 2002. Took up a formal appointment with the University of Calabar on the 19th Of December 2014. Employed into the Department of Fine and Applied Arts as an Assistant Lecturer till date. She Holds an M.A degree in Art Education from the University of Uyo. With extensive publications across the nation, she is a participant of various professional exhibitions for the development of Ceramics and Art education. This eventually has afforded her the opportunity to participate in community services like organizing training programmes on Craft (Ceramics) for children in Tinapa, to mention a few, and she currently teaches at the University of Calabar, Calabar - Cross River State. .....


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCNdiya Central Primary School, Akwa Ibom State19721977
WAEC (GCE)Union Secondary School, Ibiaku Akwa Ibom State 19781982
GCE O’LEVELSchool of Arts and Science, Uyo Akwa Ibom State 19821983
NCE Fine Arts/EducationCollege of Uyo, Akwa Ibom19831987
BA Hons Fine ArtsUniversity of Uyo, Akwa Ibom19871990
MA Arts Education Fine and Applied ArtsUniversity of Uyo Akwa Ibom20052011

S/N Publication
Ogbonna, Ekaete Emeka. Visual Arts and Entrepreneurial Development: The Case of Ceramics Instruction for Secondary Schools. Published in the Global Journal of Academic Research. Uyo: IMK Prints Ltd, 2.1 (2018):39-49.
Ogbonna, Ekaete E. “Professional Visual Art Teachers and Globalism: Implications for Students’ Academic Performance.” In Global Best Practices in Non-Fiction Writing and Publishing, Edited by Osa D. Egonwa. Benin City: Sonfan and Egosay Ltd, (2018): 50-63.
Babson, Ajibade & Ekaete E. Ogbonna. “Between Fashion and Costume Design: Establishing Social and Historical Links”. Published in the Global Journal of Humanities. Calabar: Bachudo Sciences Co. Ltd, 5.1 (2006) : 27-30.
Gabriel, B. Egbe & Ekaete, E. Ogbonna. “Visual Arts and Literacy Instruction: Implications for the Classroom”. Published in the Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading. Port Harcourt: Double Diamond Publications, 2 (2004): 259-65.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Pre-retirement Conference in Honour of Professor Dele Orisawayi. Theme: Language and Literacy in a Developing Nation”. University of Calabar –August 12th -13th, 2004 “Visual Arts and Literacy Instruction: Implications for the Classroom”.2004-08-122004-08-13
Regional Conference of RAN-Ebonyi State. Theme: “Literacy Materials and Functional Literacy in Nigeria”. November 16-18, 2006.“Parent and Instructional Resources for Early Literacy Development”. 2006-11-162006-11-18
2nd International Conference on the State of Visual Art Scholarship in the Era of Globalism. Theme: Towards Global Best Practices in Academic Writing, Exhibition Pavilion, FCT-Abuja. 1st-4th August, 2017.“Professional Visual Arts Teachers and Globalism: Implications for Students’ Academic Performance”.2017-08-012017-08-04