Please wait...


Ms. Sr. Laetitia Anthonia Anakwue


Institute of Education


Assistant Lecturer


[email protected]

About Ms. Sr. Laetitia Anthonia Anakwue

Rev. Sr (Dr) Anthonia Laetitia Anakwe is a reverend sister of the Congregation of Daughters of Divine Love. She joined the services of University of Calabar in 2019 as Assistant Lecturer in Institute of Education. Dr Anakwue holds higher diploma in Early Childhood Education from Specialised Academy for Social Pedagogic, Passau, Germany (1993), B.Ed degree in Special Education and M.Ed. degree Guidance and Counselling specializing in Educational Psychology awarded by the University of Ibadan in 2000 and 2002, and PhD degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Calabar in 2019. She has published over twelve scholarly research articles in both local and international peer review journals. Rev. Sister Anakwue is a regular participant in many local and international conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops where she made presentations and other useful contributions. She is currently serving as the Staff Welfare Officer in the Institute of Education. She is a member of the Congregation of Divine Love, Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria, national Council for Exception Children, Association for Early Childhood Educators and Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Bridges’ Primary School, Enugu, Enugu State Nigeria.19711976
WAECDaughters of Divine Love Juniorate Enugu Enugu State Nigeria.19761981
H.N.D Social Pedagogic Specialized Academy for Social Pedagogic, Germany. 19881993
B.Ed in Special Education University of Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria.19952000
M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology (Education Psychology)University of Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria.20012002
Ph.D in Educational PsychologyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar Cross River Nigeria.20152019

S/N Publication
Anakwue, A.L, & Orji E.I (2020). Religiousity in school hidden curriculum for value reorientation among basic education pupils; A Panacea for a united Nigeria (Accepted for publication in Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education 6 July, 2020 Edition)
Orji, E.I., Anakwue A.L& Aseola, O. (2019). Defined learning environment and delinquent behaviour of undergraduates in Nigerian public universities: Implication for sustainable development. Prestige Journal of Education 2 (2) 243-253
Orji, E.I., Ogar P.& Anakwue, A. L. (2018). Perception of the use of teaching learning resources to enhance creativity among lower basic learners in Nigeria. Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education. 5, .324-337.
Anakwue. A.L, Orji, E.I.& Ukpong E. (2017). Enhancing Learning among Primary School Pupils: Teaching for Remembering. Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education. 3,105-133

warning No Result For Grants Received.

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 18th Annual National Conference of Association of Educational Researchers and Evaluators of Nigeria (ASSEREN) Owerri, 2016-07-112016-07-15
The 6th National Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar on the theme ‘Sustainable Development Goal: The Educationist perspective’ held at International Conference Centre University of Calabar2016-09-062016-09-09
The 3rd Annual National Conference of Association of Childhood Educators of Nigeria on the theme ‘’Effective Approaches to Childhood Education Connecting Theory to Practice, held at the Business Mini Auditorium, Federal College of Education Techn2016-10-032016-10-07
The 16th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists (NISEP) on the theme ‘’Psychological disorders and education in Nigeria held at Imo State University, Owerri, 2016-10-252016-10-29
The 2nd Annual International Conference of Education Assessment and Research Network In Africa (EARNIA) on the theme, ‘’The Role of Assessment and Research in Catching up with the Trend in Global Education held at International Conference Area Un2016-11-282016-12-02
The Annual National Conference titled "School enrollment, attrition and retention in Nigeria: implications for sustainable educational goals". Organized by The Nigerian Council of Educational Psychologist (NCEP)p) 2017-09-062017-09-09
The 5th Annual National Conference. Theme: Promoting Creativity, Leisure and Security in Childhood Education. Organized by Association for Childhood Educators Nigeria (ACEN) held at Senate Chamber University of Calabar.2018-09-042018-09-07
The 8th Annual Conference of Faculty of Education University of Calabar titled Education, Corruption and Governance University Education. held at University of Calabar New Senate Chambers. 2018-09-112018-09-14
The 6th Annual National Conference of Association for Childhood Educators Nigeria (ACEN) titled: Religiosity in School Hidden Curriculum for Value Re-Orientation Among Basic Education Pupils: A Panacea for a United Nigeria. Held at Port Harcourt: Riv2019-09-102019-09-13