Mr. Moses Kayode OjoDepartment
Mr Moses Kayode Ojo was born on August 19, 1985 (about 33 years ago) in Kaduna, Nigeria. He obtained his B.Ed.in Special Education from University of Jos, Nigeria in 2009 and M.Ed. Special Education from University of Jos, Nigeria in 2015. He is currently an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar. He has attended over fifteen (15) conferences and workshops locally and internationally such as China and South Africa on themes that has to do with issues of regular and special education. He has equally participated in so many academic discussions on issue of teacher training, child development, as well as special needs and disability. He has taught many courses including total communication, assessment of special needs child, introduction to special education, Audiology and aural rehabilitation, education of the gifted and talented children, speech and language disorders and as well as inclusive education. His teaching cut across both courses for postgraduate diplomas and undergraduate students in the faculty of education. He has over ten (10) publications in scholarly journals and his presentations at various conferences have provided him with a wide experience in action research, qualitative and quantitative studies which have contributed to my academic instinct. He has supervised undergraduate projects and he has served in various capacities within and outside the University including being a coordinator of the departmental time table, chairman departmental welfare committee, faculty assistant ICT coordinator, consultant to some hospitals and schools in Calabar where persons with special needs are cater for. His community services ranges from assessment of hearing, ear syringing, management of tinnitus, hearing aids servicing and handling referred cases of persons with disabilities for diagnoses from University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) and University of Jos Teaching Hospital (JUTH). He has demonstrated leadership prowess in many capacities including being the class captains in all classes as a students, and chairman and members of various committees within and outside the University community. Mr. Moses Ojo belongs to reputable professional, non-profit and non-governmental organizations including National Association for Exceptional Child (NAEC), Nigeria Association for Special Education Teachers (NASET), American Academy for cerebral palsy and developmental medcine (AACPDM) and Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN). He is very skilful in the use of Microsoft Word and enjoyed teaching and travelling. He is a good team player and always open to new knowledge. Mr Moses Ojo is happily married with a daughter. I therefore humbly refer you to my CV for comprehensive report of my scholarly commitment and achievement.
|FSLC||LA Primary School, Iro, Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State||1989||1994 delete_forever|
|WASCE||Government Seconary school,kaduna||1995||2002 delete_forever|
|B.Sc. Special Education||University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State||2005||2009 delete_forever|
|M.Sc in Special Education||University of Jos||2012||2015 delete_forever|
|Dada, O. A., Idika, D. O., & Ojo, M. K. (2017). Employability skills and perceived societal insecurity by undergraduate students with disability. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 7(11), 1-12|
|Ojo, M. K., Jikukka, J. L & James, D. D. (2017). Motivational Factors and Career Choice among Secondary School Students with Hearing Impairment in Cross River State. Education for Today. 13(3), 105-110|
|Jurmang, J.I., Jikukka, J. L. & Ojo, M. K. (2015). Access to inclusive education in regular schools: The Nigerian experience. International Journal of Educational Administration Planning and Research. 7(2), 272-279|
|Nyango, M. O., Ojo, M. K., & James, D. D. (2015). Family variables and social adjustment of children with hearing impairment in ST. Louiseâ€™s special education school in Ikot- Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State. Special Needs Education. 1, 91-99|
|Ojo, M. K. & Tashi, T. D. (2015). Educational rehabilitation of student with hearing impairment in inclusive school. Special Needs Education. 1, 57-65|
|Jikukka, J. L. & Ojo, M. K. (2014). Promoting access for persons with special needs in Nigeria. Research Journal in Organizational Psychology & Educational Studies. 3(4), 239-244|
|Ojo, M. K., Michael, C., Gyang, D. M., & Ebuara, F.U. (2014). Methods of inclusion for persons with hearing impairment in the classroom. Journal of National Center for Exceptional Children (NCEC). 113-121|
|Ojo, M. K., Agbo, J. A., & Abdullahi, L. (2013). Future perspectives to the implementation of inclusive education in Nigeria. Journal of National Center for Exceptional Children (NCEC). 20-24|
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