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Name

Mr. Emmanuel Benimpuye Adie

Department

Science Education

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Emmanuel Benimpuye Adie

Lecturer with the University of Calabar, Nigeria, since April 2017. After a two years teaching experience at the Department of Mathematics, Federal College of Education, Obudu. Prior to this, he had worked for some years as a secondary school Mathematics teacher and instructor with National Teachers’ Institute (B.Ed. programme). He has always been interested in how students learn and teachers teach mathematics while working in the mathematics classroom. He is a trained and certified teacher, an active member and state chairman of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria, Cross River State Chapter, taking part in organizing serminals and workshops for Mathematics teachers at the Primary and Secondary School levels in the State. Responsibilities: Lecturer, Course Adviser, Examination Officer (B.Sc. {Ed] programme) Researcher, Project Supervision, Reviewer for scholarly works. His research Interest is in teaching and learning, Mathematics Education, Pedagogy and Education, Use of innovative teaching strategies, psychological and social variables in shaping student’s learning experience with particular focus on mathematics at Post Basic and tertiary levels.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCKuramo Primary School Victoria Island19831988
WASSCESpecial Science School Awi, Akamkpa19891994
B.Sc(Ed)University of Calabar, Calabar20042007
M EdBenue State University, Makurdi20102013

S/N Publication
Adie, E. B., Obi, J. J., Okri, J. A. & Ogbe, A. O. (2020). Effects of constructivist method of teaching basic science and mathematics on the academic performance of junior secondary students’ in Calabar municipality, Cross River State. Interdisciplinary journal of Science Education, (I J –SED), 2(1), 1-9.
Adie,E.B., Anditung, P.A., & Okri, J.A. (2019) Mathematics and Corrupt Practices among students’ in Federal Government Colleges in Cross River State. Education for Today, Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar. 1
Adie, E. B., & Anditung P A & Inah.,L.I (2019). Students’ Variables and their Academic Achievement in Technical Colleges in Mathematics, Ogoja Education Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. Inter-disciplinary journal of Science Education (I J –SED) ,1(1), 71-78.
Ibu, P. N., Adie, E. B & Okaba, L. A (2019) Science Teachers’ Perception of corruption in secondary schools in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. Interdisciplinary journal of Science Education (I J –SED), 1(1), 107-119.
Precillia, N. I., Adie, E. B.& Andortan, J. A (2019). Home environmental variables and mathematics study habits among secondary school three (JSS3) students’ in Calabar Education Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. Prestige Journal of Education. 2(2),189 – 197.
Anokye, S. A, Okri, J. A. & Adie, E. B (2019). Retention and Brain drain of Academic Staff in higher Institutions in Nigeria: A case study of University of Calabar. Global Journal of Educational Research, 18(2), 99-105.
1. Adie, E B, Anditung, P. A. & Okri, J. A. Mathematics Education and Corrupt Practices among students’ in Federal Government Colleges in Cross Rivers State. Education for today, 15(1), 105 – 110
Okri, J. A., Adie, E.B., & Bridget E. (2018). Harnessing Teachers Perceptions and Attitude towards Innovative Teaching Strategies in Junior Secondary Schools in Cross River State. International Journal of Research (IJR), 5(12),1879-1885

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 2nd National Conference of University of Abuja, Faculty of Education.Adie, E.B., Oluropo, A., Adie .J.U.,(2017) Internalizing Value-based Education in Secondary Schools in Cross River State2017-06-122017-06-16
The 8th Annual Conference University of Calabar, Faculty of Education.2018-09-112018-09-14