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Mr. Matthew Ashike Orim


Special Education


Assistant Lecturer


[email protected]

About Mr. Matthew Ashike Orim

Mr Orim, Matthew Ashike, after his NYSC, he was immediate given a lecturing job at the University of Calabar in the rank of Graduate Assistant. Currently, he has been promoted to the rank of Assistant Lecturer. His university work experience is his first employment experience. He started his primary education in 1995 and completed it in 2000, Then he proceeded and completed his post-primary education in 2006. He was engaged in home lesson for Secondary school students while seeking for better employment which eventually came in 2010 as a graduate assistant at the University of Calabar. Mr Orim, M.A. completed his first and second degree in 2014 and 2018 respectively. Currently he is undertaking his doctoral studies in the University of Ibadan.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertficateCommunity Primary School, Ebuasu, Obudu Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria19952000
SSCEFederation Secondary School, Obudu, Obudu Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria20012006
B.Sc. (Ed) Special EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20102014
M.Ed. Special EducationUniversity of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria20172018

S/N Publication
Orim, S.O., & Orim, M.A. (2018). Strategies for improving institutional security for special education in Nigeria. Worldwide Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 4(3), 128-132.
Orim, S.O., Orim, M.A., & Lazarus, U.I. (2018). Challenges of research on persons with disabilities in Nigerian universities. Worldwide Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 4(7), 67-72.
Uko, F., & Orim, M. (2018). Parents as partners in the provision of quality educational services for primary school pupils with hearing impairment in Akwaibom State, Nigeria. International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED). ICERI2018 proceedings, 2203-2211.
Orim, M.A., & Orim, S.O. (2018) Contextual and dispositional factors of information and communication technologies utilization among teachers of children with intellectual disabilities in Nigeria. International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED). EDULEARN18 proceedings, 2429-2435.
Orim, S., Regec, V., & Orim, M. (2018). Sex education as correlates of sociosexual functioning among female adolescents with intellectual disability. International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED). EDULEARN18 proceedings, 1553-1559
Orim, S.O., & Orim, M.A. (2018). Forensic psychotherapies for curbing offending behaviors among clients with intellectual disabilities in Nigerian rehabilitation centers. E-pedagogium, 86-95
Orim, M.A., & Anyadiewu, C. (2018). Achieving sustainable inclusive education for children with special needs: The role of collaborative partnership among teachers and parents in Owerri, Nigeria. The Special Educator 17(1), 104-199.
Orim, M.A., Omerekpe, G.N., & Ibeabuchi, G.I. (2018). Integrated funding as a strategy for providing sustainable education of persons with special needs in Calabar Education Zone, Cross River State. The Special Educator 17(1), 120-130.
Orim, M.A., & Okwudire, A.N. (2017). Inclusive healthcare services as a strategy for promoting healthy living of persons with disability in Calabar, Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 2(19), 126-137.
Opera, U.E., Orim M.A., & Orji, O.C. (2017). Parental sociodemograhic variables as correlates of education of a girl child with disability in Imo State. The Exceptional Child, 2(19,) 263-274
Okwudire, A.N. & Orim, M.A. (2016). Collaborative partnership as correlates of evidence-based practice in comprehensive diagnostic assessment process of children with autism spectrum disorders in Nigeria. Proceedings of Multidisciplinary Academic Conference on Education, Teaching and Learning. 131-138.
Iheke, C.B., Orim, M.A. & Innocent U.I. (2016). Investigation into external factors militating against integration of ICT into classroom instructional practices for children with special needs in Calabar, Nigeria. Education for Today 1 (12), 86-92.
Orim, S.O., Henry, W.U., & Orim, M.A. (2015). Assessment of socio-cultural factors militating against inclusive education of children with cerebral palsy. Education Today, 10, 52-59.
Obadike, I.S., Egaga, P.I., & Orim, M.A. (2015). Sociological variables as correlate of emotional wellbeing of children with hearing impairment in Onitsha, Nigeria. Special Needs Education, 1(1), 131-137.
Ntukidem, E. P., Dada, O.A., & Orim, M.A. (2015). Curriculum adaptation in enhancing quality education for children with intellectual disabilities: Assessment of teachers’ knowledge and strategies. The Exceptional Child, 1(17), 114-122,
Orim, S.O., & Orim, M.A. (2015). Frequently asked questions on Ebola virus disease: Implication for inclusive healthcare services in Nigeria. African Journal of Vocational Education 1 (5)
Ntukidem, E.P., Okwudire, A. & Orim, M.A. (2015). Teacher-based challenges militating against ICT-enhanced classroom instruction for children with disabilities in Calabar, Nigeria. The Exceptional Child 1(18), 94-103.

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