Ms. Lovina Idoko InahDepartment
Lovina Idoko Inah started her career as an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Science Education, University of Calabar.Lovy as she is fondly called by her close associates started her education at Saidu Primary School, Samaru, Zaria from 1987 to 1993 where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. She proceeded to Abeokuta Girlsâ€™ Grammar School, Abeokuta but left while in JSS 3 to Bekwarra. She continued her secondary education at Bekwarra Secondary School, Abuochiche and obtained her SSCE in year 2000. From there she proceeded to Federal College of Education, Abeokuta and obtained NCE in year 2003 and later proceeded to Federal University of Technology, Yola for her first degree and thereafter obtained her first degree in Mathematics Education in year 2009. She has made researches published in the Researchersâ€™ Journal of Environmental Science Department and another to be published in Interdisciplinary Journal of Science Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. She is a member of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN). Inah Lovina is a team player and hard working. She has served as an examination officer for Education Mathematics unit, department of Science Education, University of Calabar from 2019 to 2021. She is presently the Sandwich Adviser in the Department of Science Education, University of Calabar. She is a sister, wife, inlaw and a mother of three.
|First school leaving certificate||Saidu LEA Primary School, Samaru Zaria kaduna state||1987||1993 delete_forever|
|SSCE||Bekwarra Secondary School, Abuochiche Bekwarra||1994||2000 delete_forever|
|NCE||Federal College of Education, Abeokuta||2000||2003 delete_forever|
|B.Tech (Ed) Mathematics||Federal University of Technology, Yola||2004||2009 delete_forever|
|M.(Ed) Mathematics||Ahmadu Bello Univerity, Zaria||2011||2017 delete_forever|
|Inah, L. I & Anditung P. A. (2021). Relevance of Mathematics Education in the Attainment of Entrepreneurial Skills for National Development. Prestige Journal of Education 4(1), 253-261.|
|Anari, M. I. & Inah, L. I. (2021). Promoting Value- Reorientation and Sustainable Socio-Economic Development Through Science Education. Prestige Journal of Education 4(1), 271-284|
|Inah, L. I. & A. P. A. (2021). Effects of Polya Problem Solving Strategy and Lecture Method on Performance in Geometry among Senior Secondary School Students in Kaduna State, Nigeria.4(2)34-48|
|Anari, M. I. & Inah., L. I. (2020). Student Personal Factors and Academic Performance in Chemistry in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives (MJRDP). 9(2), 71-79|
|Adie, E. B., Anditung, P. A. & Inah, L.I. (2019). Studentsâ€™ Variables and their Academic Achievement in Technical Colleges in Mathematics, Ogoja Education Zone, Cross River State. Interdisciplinary Journal of Science Education (IJ-SED). 1(1), 71-78|
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|Mathematics and Entrepreneurship Education for National Development. Mathematical Association of Nigeria. 56th Annual Conference||2019-09-01||2019-09-06|
|Inclusive Education, Entrepreneurship and National Development. Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 9th Annual Conference||An overview of the relevance of mathematics education in the attainment of Entrepreneurial skills for national development||2019-09-10||2019-09-13|
|Repositioning Education for Sustainability in Post Covid-19 Era. Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. 10th Annual Conference||Repositioning Mathematics Education through Value Re-Orientation and Updating the Skills of Mathematics Teachers for Sustainability in Post Covid-19 Era.||2021-10-25||2021-10-28|