Dr. Musa Moses EgagaDepartment
Mr Musa Moses Egaga is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. He joined the services of the University in 2013 as Graduate Assistant and was upgraded to rank of Assistant Lecturer after his M. Ed. programme in 2013. He holds B.Ed. degree in Special Education from University of Calabar and M.Ed. degree in Educational Psychology from the same University. His main area of specialisation is Educational Psychology. Musa has been teaching and contributing to the graduation of students in the Department. 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. Mr Musa has attended many local conferences and workshops on themes that have to do with issues of regular and special education. Musa has equally participated in so many academic discussions on issues of teacher training, child development, as well as special needs and disability. He has over ten 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 his academic instinct. He has supervisedÂ undergraduate projects and he has served in various capacities within and outside the University. He is currently the Coordinator of the Departmental Time Table, one time Assistant Coordinator Departmental Welfare Committee, Chairman Departmental Examinations Misconduct Committee. He has demonstrated leadership prowess in many capacities including being the CLO of Batch â€˜Bâ€™ NYSC members in Orji River in Enugu State in 1996/97, and Chairman and members of various Committees within and outside the University community. He belongs to reputable professional, non-profit and non-governmental organizations including National Association for Exceptional Child, Nigeria Association for Special Education Teachers and Teachers' Registration Council of Nigeria. He is very skilful in the use of Microsoft Word and enjoyed teaching and travelling. He is happily married with two children.
|FSLC||St Christopher's Primary School, Abuochiche, Bekwara Local Government Area, Cross River State||1982||1989 delete_forever|
|Waec||Bekwara Secondary School||1990||1996 delete_forever|
|M.Ed in Educational Psychology||University of Calabar||2012||2014 delete_forever|
|Aderibigbe, S. A, Egaga, M.M. & James, D. D (2016). Equalizing educational opportunities for Persons with Special Needs: Implication for National Development. Journal of Faculty of Education.|
|Egaga, M.M. Udie, L.I, & Agashi, V. A. (2016). Hyeper distractibility and academic performance of secondary school students in Ogoja Educational Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 18(1), 22 â€“ 27.|
|Sunday M. O. & Egaga, M.M. (2016). Predictors of Academic Procrastination among Secondary School Student in Northern Educational Zone of Cross River State. Education for Today; Journal of Faculty of Education, Vol. (11), 47 â€“ 58.|
|Nanjwan, J. D. & Egaga, M.M. and Eke, V. U (2015). Utilization of PowerPoint, Computer and teaching effectiveness of special educators. Education for Today; Journal of Faculty of Education, 11, 77 â€“ 80|
|Sunday M.O & Egaga, M.M. (2015). A part investigation of Neo-Pi Factors and academic procrastination of adolescents in senior secondary schools in Calabar Municipality, Cross River, Nigeria. Education for Today; Journal of Faculty of Education, 11(1), 47 â€“ 58.|
|Obindah, F, & Egaga, M. M. (2015). Child labour and academic achievement of male and female students in Rivers State. African Social and Educational Journal, 4(3), 174-181.|
|Eke, V. U, & Egaga, M.M. (2015). Availability and Accessibility of Assistive Technology to Persons with Special Needs in Universities in South-South, Nigeria. Knowledge review: A multidisciplinary Journal, 33(2), 17-21.|
|Dada, O.A, & Egaga, M.M. (2014). Education of the Gifted/Talented Students in Nigeria: A Need for paradigm shift: African Journal of Vocational Education (AJOVED) 5(1), 159-163.|
warning No Result For Grants Received.
|Annual National Conference of the Faculty of Education, held at Enugu State University of Science & Technology, Agbani â€“ Anugu||Availability and Accessibility of Assistive Technology to Persons with Special Needs in University In South-South, Nigeria.||2015-01-04||2015-01-06|