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Name

Dr. Joseph Bekeh Undie

Department

Social Science Education

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Joseph Bekeh Undie

I am a scholar, a progressive educationist; an apostle of equity, social justice, integrity, and philosophy of pragmatism. Being a scholar and an educationist with the burning appetite to accumulating knowledge and translating it into practice, I teach to edify the minds of the young in our today’s progressively morally decayed society for the benefit of the self and humanity in order that they may be useful to themselves and to the society at large. I hold supreme the interest of learning and imparting knowledge; leading and guiding people effectively;solving the less privilege problems;analyzing and predicting human behaviours; participating in symposia, brainstorming and dialectics, engaging in critical and reflective thinking that scientifically inquires into why,when,what, and how of things.Being as so described,I believe that being in this academic environment will in no small measure help me to actualize the dreams,vision and mission of the noble institution where I lecture.If sought, this will bring out and sharpen the potential in me that I will be useful to myself as well as the general public and educational system in Nigeria which needs resourceful and sophisticated people to promote.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
N.C.EFederal College of Education , Obudu19992003
B.Ed Curriculum and Teaching/Social Studies EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20052009
M.Ed Curriculum and Teaching/Social Studies EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20112015
PhD Social Studies EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20152019

S/N Publication
Undie, J. B., & Essien, E. E. (2018). Promoting quality education in social studies through constructivist teaching model. Journal of Education and Practice, 9 (21), 60-64.
Undie, J. B. & Onnonghen, N. U. (2017). Promoting cultural foods to reduce the risk of industrially made foods: A necessity towards ensuring healthy lives in Nigeria. Education Today, 13(1), 225-231.
Onnonghen, N. U. & Undie, J. B. (2017). Discouraging political violence as pertinence towards a better political culture for sustainable development in Nigeria.Education today, 13(1), 177-184.
Undie, J. B. (2016). Role of social studies as an imperative for socioeconomic problems in Nigeria.Educational Today, 12(1), 174-176.
Undie, J. B. (2015). Vocational and technical occupational choice as a panacea for the incidence of unemployment in Nigeria: An imperative for guidance and counselors. African Journal of Vocational Education, 5(1), 164-170.
viii. Edinyang, S. D; Unimke, S.A, Ogbaji, D. I; Undie,J. B., & Adie, R. A. (2013). Resuscitation of family valued indigenous health care system in Nigeria. River Social Sciences Forum, 12(5) 114-119.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
c) Faculty of Education 7th Annual Conference (2017) University of Calabar, Calabar. 2017-10-222017-10-25
a) Social Studies and Civic Educators Association of Nigeria (SOSCEAN) 33rd Annual National Conference, University of Calabar, Calabar.2018-08-062018-08-09
b) Faculty of Education 8th Annual Conference (2018) University of Calabar, Calabar.2018-09-112018-09-14