Mr. Samuel Eburu OdeyDepartment
Curriculum & TeachingDesignation
Samuel Eburu Odey is an academic staff in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Cross River State. He holds a Diploma in Mass Communication (DMC Upper Credit) from Benue State University, Makurdi B.Ed Elementary Education (First Class Honours) 2013, M.Ed 2018 in Educational Psychology from the Cross River State University of Technology (CRUTECH, Calabar and Ph.D Educational Psychology in View with specialization in Psychology of Learning. He joined the service of the University of Calabar on the 10th December 2014 as a Graduate Assistant shortly after the National Youth Service Scheme. He is actively involved in teaching, research and collaborations with other academia within and outside the University of Calabar. He is currently undergoing his Ph.D Programme in Educational Psychology with a research interest in learning effectiveness and other learning variables. He has several publications in local and international journals and has actively participated in conferences.
|FSLC||St. Sylvesterâ€™s Primary School, Ububaiye, Bekwarra LGA. Cross River State||1993||1998 delete_forever|
|SSCE||Bekwarra Secondary School, Abuochiche, Bekwarra LGA., Cross River State||1998||2004 delete_forever|
|ND||Benue State University, Makurdi, Bekwarra LGA. Cross River State||2006||2008 delete_forever|
|B.Ed (Elementary Education)||Cross River University of Technology, Calabar, Cross River State||2008||2012 delete_forever|
|M.Ed (Educational Psychology)||Cross River University of Technology, Calabar, Cross River State||2013||2018 delete_forever|
|Ukah, J. U. & Odey, S. E. (2018). Teacherâ€™s attitude, ICT. facilities utilization and teaching effectiveness in mathematics teachers in public Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Multidisciplinary and Scientific Research, 4(1), 83-94|
|Ukah, J. U. & Odey, S. E. (2018). Gender variability, conditions of services and teachersâ€™ teaching effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. The Researcher. A Journal of Contemporary Education Research, 1(2), 46-59|
|Olofu, M. A. & Odey,S. E. (2017). School based barriers to inclusive education in primary schools in Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(2), 107-112|
|Ifere, A. B. E.& Odey, S. E. (2008). Reassessing Primary Education in the Nigeria education system. Journal of Educational Issues, 4, 139-148|
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