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Name

Mrs. Mabel Obioma Ajah

Department

Institute of Education

Designation

Assistant Research Fellow

Email

[email protected]


About Mrs. Mabel Obioma Ajah

Mrs Mabel Obioma Ajah is an assistant research fellow in the Organized Institute of Education University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. She holds a Bachelor of Science Education degree from University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1991 and Master of Education degree (Educational psychology) from University of Calabar 2014 . She is a lover of children and a long standing teacher having served at different capacities as a class room teacher and a supervisor of teachers. She has handled children at different levels from nursery to secondary school since 1992 to date. She joined the services of the University of Calabar in 2014 where she is engaged in teaching and research. She is currently serving as an academic adviser and the Institute of Education’s desk officer for Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN). She has attended and presented papers in several conferences. Her research interest is in the area of Human development (child and adolescent psychology). She is a member of the following professional bodies: Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria, Reading Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Society of Educational Pshychologists and Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria. She has seven publications in reputable journals to her credit.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPrimary School, Iho, Ikeduru, Imo State19751979
WASCGirls' Secondary School, Obazu Mbieri, Imo State19811986
B.Sc.(Ed.)University of Nigeria, Nsukka19861991
M.Ed.University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State20072014

S/N Publication
Omori, A. E & Ajah, M. O (2019). Family stability variables and younger adult learners’ study habits in Nigerian higher institutions. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS), 6(4):97-101
Ajah, M.O. (2017). The role of educationist in conserving and sustaining the blue –economy in Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(3): 1-9
Denwigwe, C.P. & Ajah, M. O (2017). Influence of academic test anxiety on the reading comprehension of students of government secondary school Gwarimpa, Abuja, and Federal Capital Territory. Journal of the Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologist, 15(1): 26- 34.
Eke, V.U., Ajah, M.O & Udie L. I (2016). Relevant tools for ability leverage of disabled students in Nigerian tertiary institutions. Special needs education Journal of the Department of Special Education University of Calabar- Nigeria, 2:174 - 180
Ajah, P.O., N.O.Henshaw, M.O. Ajah & N.M. Essien (2009). The biochemical contents of some locally available and cheap sources of livestock protein feeds; soybeans (Glycine max), guinea corn (Sorghum bicolor), coconut (Cocos nucifera), water lily (Nymphaea odor1 1ata) and duckweed (Lemna minor) in Calabar-Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Research,(JoSTAR) (30): 11-16.
Ajah, P. O; M. N. Georgewill & M. O. Ajah ( 2006). The food and feeding habit of five fresh and brackish water fishes in Nigeria. Journal of Aquatic Science, 31(2): 313-31
Ajah, P.O. & M. O. Ajah (2OO5). Large scale timely harvesting of zooplankton using culture systems. African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, 3(2): 48 -54

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
• 47th Annual Conference of Science Teachers Association of Nigeria, Calabar2006-08-132006-08-19
• In-service Teacher Training Workshop for UNICAL Int’l Secondary School Teachers.2007-08-072007-08-09
• 5th National Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 2015-09-012015-09-05
6th International Conference of Faculty of Social Sciences, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.Inequality, poverty and underdevelopment; threats to Educational Development, National Peace & Security2016-08-142016-08-17
6th National Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. . Paper presented: The role of the educationist in conserving and sustaining the “Blue –Economy” in Nigeria2016-09-062016-09-09
15th Biennial Conference of Reading Association of Nigeria, University of CalabarComplimentary roles of parents in Educational programme of exceptional children.2016-10-052016-10-08
16th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologist (NISEP), held at Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria 25th -29th October, 2016.: Influence of Academic Test Anxiety on the Reading Comprehension of Students of Government Secondary School Gwarimpa, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory.2016-10-252016-10-29