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Dr. Joseph Effiom-Edem Ntibi


Science Education


Associate Professor


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About Dr. Joseph Effiom-Edem Ntibi

Started at an early age to teach in the Rivers State Service Commission (1977); taught in several secondary schools before joining the Rivers State College of Education (now Ignatius Ajuru University of Education) in 1987. Has taught in Federal College of Education(T), Omoku, Rivers State (1989-2014); with a brief stint at the Federal College of Education (T), Akoka Lagos, on Sabbatical leave (1999-2000). He was appointed the Provost of the Federal College of Education, Obudu (2003-2011). Joined the services of the University of Calabar in 2014 in the Physics Department from where he was transferred to the Department of Science Education as an Associate Professor, where he functioned as an Ag. Head of Department. He is a member of several learned societies, including: Nigerian Academy of Education, Nigerian Institute of Physics, Solar Energy Society of Nigeria, Science Teachers Association Nigera (STAN), and the e-Learning Network of Nigeria. His research interests are in the area of Solar Energy thin film materials and ICT in Education.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Joseph's Central School , Ikot Ene, Akpabuyo, Cross River State, Nigeria19651970
WASCStella Maris College, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria19711975
B.Ed. (Physics/Maths)University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo, State, Nigeria19791983
M.Sc (Solid State Electronics)University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria19851987
Ph.D.(Experimental Physics)Rivers State University, Nkpolu-Oroworukwu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria19982006

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Ntibi, J. E. & Neji, H. A. (2019). Effect of E-learning devices on students academic performance in chemistry in Calabar South LGA, Cross River. Interdisciplinary Journal of Science Education (IJSED), 1:1.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Neji, H.A. (2018). Effect of problem solving method of teaching on students’ academic performance in physics and chemistry in Calabar municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Scientific Journal, 6(2), 12-140.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Neji, H. A. (2018). Effect of mnemonics instructional strategies (MIS) on students’ academic performance and retention in chemistry and physics in the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Digital Innovations and Contemporary Research in Science Engineering and Technology, 6(1), 61-66.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Neji, H. A. (2018). Improving students’ achievement in chemistry and physics classes using activity-based approach. Journal of Digital Innovations and Contemporary Research in Science Engineering and Technology, 6(1), 67-74.
Amasuomo, J. O. M. & Ntibi, J. E. E.(2018). Workshop environment-induced human errors as perceived causes of variability in quality and quantity of task output in workshop practice. Niger Delta Journal of Education, Niger Delta University, 10(1), 1-15.
Edoho, E. A., Ntibi, J. E. E. & Esuong, U. U.(2017). Mathematical concept of area: a tool for mathematical quantification and estimation. British Journal of Education, 5(8), 59-62.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Edoho, E. A. (2017). Influence of school location on students attitude towards mathematicacs and basic science. British Journal of Education, 5(10), 76-85.
Amasuomo, J. O. M. & Ntibi, J. E. E.(2017). An analysis of acoustical effectiveness of hall spaces for teaching-learning: The case of Niger Delta University. International Journal of Development and Sustainability 6(12), 2127-2144.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Orim, R. E. (2017). Need for Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) in Nigeria. Inter. Journal of Innovative Education Research, 5(3), 48-51.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Orim, R. E. (2017). Attitude of Science teachers towards teaching in Calabar metropolis. Inter. Journal of Innovative Social and Science Education Research, 5(3), 29-35.
Neji, H. A., Ntibi, J. E. E. & Agube, C. C. (2017). Communicating chemistry and physics through hands-on activities: a scalable innovative approach to promote students’ performance and entrepreneurial skills. Multidisciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 6(2), 32-39.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (2016). Bridging Technology Gap between the Developing World and Developed Worldthrough Social Media/Network. Oil and Gas Journal, 1(1), 118- 122.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (2016). Exploiting Renewable Energy for Rural Development of the Niger Delta. Oil and Gas Journal, 2(1), 178-185.
Amini, C. M. & Ntibi, J. E. E. (2015). Home Environment and Gender as Correlates of Students Academic Achievement in Selected Secondary Schools in Rivers State, Nigeria. NOUN Journal of Education, 2(1), 97-100.
Amasuomo, J. O. M. & Ntibi, J. E. E.(2013). Vibration Induced Stress from Equipment/Tools in a School Workshop as a Factor Affecting Students Task Performance in Workshop Practice. Journal of Education and Practice, 4 (24), 160-169.
Mammah, S. L., Opara, F. E., Sigalo, F. B. Omubo-Pepple, E. B., Ntibi, J. E. E., Ezema, F. I. & Ezegu, S. C. (2013). Annealing Effect On The Optical and Solid State Properties of Cupric Oxide Thin Films Deposited Using The Aqueous Chemical Growth (ACG) Method. Natural Science, 5: 389-399.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (2007). Attaining Educational Millenium Goals in Nigeria through E-Learning. Journal of e-Learning (JOEL), 7 (1), 1-12.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Osobonye, G. T. (2002). Relationship Between Physics and Some Related Second Year Technical Education Courses at FCE(T), Omoku. Journal of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (JONATT), 4(1),127-130.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (2001). The Relationship Between Students OFA and POFA Scores: Implications for Effective Teaching of Science Concepts. Nigeria Journal of Professional Studies in Education (NJPSE), 8(4), 109-113.
Ntibi, J. E. E. & Ahiakwo, A. (2001). Water Pollution Assessment of Selected Streams in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni LGA of Rivers State. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research (JASR),1(1), 94-100.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (1999). Attitude of Integrated Science Students of FCE(T), Omoku, Towards their Programme of Study. Akoka Journal of Pure and Applied Science Education, 2(1), 103-112.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (1999). Professional Issues and the Teacher’s Self Esteem. Studies in Technical Teacher Education (SITTED), 3(1), 86-92.
Ntibi, J. E. E.(1998). Relevance of Pre-requisites in the NCCE Minimum Standards for Technical Education Courses. Studies in Technical Teacher Education (SITTED), 2 (1&2), 126-131.
Ntibi, J. E. E. (1997). Teaching Science for Self Reliance. Journal of Technology and Education in Nigeria (JOTEN), 2(1&2), 58-62.
Ntibi, J. E. E.(1996). Educational Tools of the Future, A Blue-print for Computer Education in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Professional Studies in Education (NJPSE), 4: 116-121.
Ntibi, J.E.E. (1991). A Modified Jaeger’s Method for Measuring Surface Tension. Physics Education (India), 7(4), 312-314.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
17th National Conference of Nigerian Institute of Physics at Edo State University. May 24-29, 1994, Ekpoma. The Need to Introduce Micro-computer Based Laboratories in our Tertiary Institutions 1994-05-241994-05-29
Seminar on Computer Literacy for Secondary Schools in Rivers State, City Council, March 15 , 1995 Port Harcourt.Computer Aided Instruction: Its relevance to the educational development of a nation in education.1995-03-151995-03-15
NCCE Standing Conference on Science. FCE Zaria, November 20-23, 1995. Zaria. Relativity: Interpretation and application to the environment. 1995-11-201995-11-23
National Conference on Education for Self-reliance. FCEKatsina,April 22-25,1996. Katsina. Achieving self-reliance through integrated science. 1996-04-221996-04-25
National Conference of the Curriculum Studies Association of Nigeria (CUSAN) A.I.C.E., Owerri Towards Teaching Science for Technological Advancement: A Case for a Career-based Motivation.1996-11-201996-11-23
1st Annual National School of Education Conference (FANSEC), AkwaIbom State College of Education,Afaha-Nsit. Science in the Computer Age: Educational Implication for Nigeria. 1997-05-201997-05-23
40th Anniversary Conference of the Science Teachers Association of Nigeria, RumfaCollege,Kano. 1997-08-181997-08-23
10th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT). Omoku, Rivers State. Towards a More Qualitative Technology Education in the 21st Century: Indices of Comparing Teachers Qualification against Students Performance. 1997-10-201997-10-24
25th Annual Conference of NI Physics 2000-12-062000-12-09
42nd Annual Conference of the Science Teachers Association. Ilorin.2001-08-202001-08-25
Commonwealth of Learning (COL) Workshop for Heads of Teacher Training Institutions in Sub-Sahara Africa, October 20-31,2003, SingaporeICT in education and teacher education in Nigeria. 2003-10-202003-10-31
47th Annual Conference of the Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN), Calabar. 2006-08-142006-08-19
Conference of e-learning 2007-10-292007-11-01
4th National Conference of the School of Sciences, Federal College of Education (T), Akoka, Akoka, Lagos. Policy and innovative strategies of teaching STM in Nigeria: the journey so far.2008-05-132008-05-14
Learning Technologies Africa-2008, Abuja. E-Learning implementation in teacher education in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. 2008-09-082008-09-10
i-Learning Forum, January 19-20, 2009. Paris, FranceChallenges of e-Learning in teacher education in Africa: the Nigerian 2009-01-192009-01-20
1st School of Education Conference, Federal College of Education, Obudu, Obudu Keynote Address – Global economic crises and Nigerian education2009-07-072009-07-07
Commonwealth of Learning(COL) Workshop for Regional Leadership Training for Female Academics and Staff in Higher Education Institutions in the West African Sub-Region, National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. Resource Paper -Technology, automation and higher education.2011-05-122011-05-14
ASUU National Education Summit, Top Rank Hotel, Utako, Abuja. Politicisation of Education: What impact on teacher education.2014-10-272014-10-31