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Mrs. Martina Ongbonya Inyango


Special Education


Assistant Lecturer


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About Mrs. Martina Ongbonya Inyango

Inyanyo Martina Ongbonya was born on the 15th day of March 1982 to Mr. and Mrs Inyango Okura of Abuana in Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Inyango, M. O. had her Primary School Education at St. Joseph’s Primary School Akpakpa and later proceeded to Bekwarra Secondary School Abuochiche were she obtain National Examination Council Certificate in year 2000. In order for her to get her complete paper, she left for Landmark International Model College and obtain WASC certificate. Her test for more knowledge made her took Jamb and was admitted to study Special Education in the Department of Vocational and Special Education, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar. In 2002/2003 Academic year of the University. She later graduated and obtain a B.Ed degree in Special Education in 2006. Inyango Martina undertook a PGDE program in Guidance and Counselling after her NYSC in 2009 after which she later obtained M.Ed in Special Education in the University of Calabar specializing in Education of persons with hearing impairment in 2018 presently she is running a Ph.D programme still in Special Education.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Joseph Primary School, Akpakpa Bekwarra LGA 19891994
WASSCELandmark International Model, Secondary School /Bekwarra Secondary School, Abouchihe 19952000
B.Ed (Special Education)University of Calabar, Calabar20022006
PGDE (Guidance & Counselling)University of Calabar, Calabar20092010
M.Ed (Education of H.I) University of Calabar, Calabar20142018
Ph.D in Special Education (in-View)University of Calabar, Calabar 20182019

S/N Publication
Inyango, M. O. (2018) expectant mothers’ knowledge of aetiology and prevention of congenital and adventitious hearing loss in selected hospitals in Calabar metropolis, Cross River State. Unpublished M.Ed thesis, University of Calabar, Calabar.
Aderibigbe, S. A., James, D. D. & Inyango, M. O. (2017). Entrepreneurial Education and Empowerment of Persons with Hearing Impairment for Sustainable Development. The Journal of the National Association for Exceptional Children, 19(2),42 – 46.
Ewa, J. A; Agbor, C. G. and Inyango, M. O. (2017). Strategies for designing a reading programme for students with hearing impairment in an inclusive education. Classroom environment implication for attaining global best practices and education for all. The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in special education (JARSE), 16 (1), 37-43.
Ewa, J. A.; Inyango, M. O. and Agbor, C. G. (2017). Perceived attitudes of student with intact hearing toward the inclusion of students with hearing impairment implication for best practices in an inclusive education setting. The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education (JARSE), 16 (1), 17-25.
Dada, O. A.; Inyango, M. O. and Ntino, S. O. (2016). Hearing impairment and academic achievement of students in inclusive classroom. Journal of the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria 2, 27-35.
Eke, V. V. and Inyango, M. O. (2015). Teacher’s preparedness for pupils with visual impairment inclusive education in Cross River State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 20 (10), 35-40.
Inyango, M. O., Ojo, M. K. and James, D. D. (2015). “Family Variables and Social Adjustment of Children with Hearing Impairment in St. Louise’s Special Education School in IkotEkpene, AkwaIbom State”, Special Needs Education, 1 (12), 91-99.
Aderibigbe, S. A., Inyango, M. O. and James, D. D. (2014).Efficacy of Assistive Technology on Secondary School Students with Hearing Impairment Achievement in Social Studies; Journal of Special Education, University of Ibadan, 12 (1),93-98.
Ajayi, D. E and Inyango, M. O. (2014). Challenges and management of emotionally disabled children who refuse school in Nigeria. Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 20, 60-64.
Eyong, E. I.; Arikpo, I. A. and Inyango, M. O. (2014). Influence of bilingualism on the academic performance of hearing impaired students in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, 5 (7), 1467-1479.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
25th Annual National Conference on Global Perspectives on Access to quality special needs education and service delivery Held at Model Girls secondary school, Rumueme, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.Impact of Hearing impairment and academic achievement of hearing impaired students in Special Education centre, Ibom Layout Calabar, Cross River State unpublished. National Association for Exceptional Children (NAEC)2015-08-052015-08-09