Dr. Emmanuel Asuquo EdohoDepartment
Dr Emmanuel Asuquo Edoho joined the services of the University of Calabar in July 2000. He holds a B.Sc. (Ed) - Mathematics, M.Ed - Science Curriculum, and a Ph.D in Education/Mathematics, all from the University of Calabar. He has taught several undergraduate and post graduate courses; and has supervised some master's and Ph.D theses. He has attended academic conferences and presented papers in workshops and seminars. He also has several publications in both local and international journals. Presently, he is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Science Education, University of Calabar.
|Edoho, E. A. & Umoh, J. B. (2014). School Based Computer/Internet Training Needs for Primary School Teachers on Skill Acquisition in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice, 5(20), 138-140|
|Edoho, E. A., Ntibi, J. E. E. & Esuong, U. U. (2017). Mathematical Concept of Area: A tool for mathematical Quantification and Estimation. British Journal of Education, 5(8), 59-62.|
|Edoho, E. A., Asuquo, I. M. and Esuong, U. U. (2017). Industrial Revolution and its Impact on 21st Century Science Education Attainment. (Special Needs Education, Journal of the Department of Special Education, University of Calabar), 3, (1), 111 - 120.|
|Ntibi, J. E. E. & Edoho, E. A. (2017). Influence of School location on students' attitude towards mathematics and basic science. British Journal of Education, 5(10).|
|Asibong, E., Edoho, E. A. (2007)’ Historical Look at Engineering’ in Ekanem, S. A. and Ogar, J. N. (eds), Philosophy, Education, Science and Technology. Samroi Publishers. 325 – 329.|
|Nkwo, I. N., Edinyang, S.D., Edoho, E. A., Ihejiamazu, C. C. (2006) ’Prior Knowledge of Instructional objectives on Retention of Difficult Concepts in Physics in Senior Secondary Schools’. West African Journal of Research, (WAJER), 9, (1 and 2), 25 – 34.|
|Edoho, E. A. (2011) Level of Questioning and Mathematics Achievement. Social Trends. A Journal of Nigerian Association of Social Researchers (NASOR), 16 (12), 121 – 127.|
|Edoho, E. A., and Esuong, U. U. (2016). Mathematical Literacy: A Tool for Sustainable Consumption and Production Pattern. Special Needs Education Journal, 2, 196 – 199.|
|Edoho, E. A., and Esuong, U. U. (2017). Concept Mapping and the Teaching of Mathematics. Education for Today, 13, (2), 135 – 139.|
|Edoho, E. A., Mkpofo, P. E. (2016) Conceptual Change – A Formidable Strategy for Improving Science Teaching and Learning. The Nigerian Educator, 6 (1), 133 – 142.|
|Edoho, E. A., Esuong, U. U. (2016). Constructivism and the teaching and learning of Mathematics in Secondary School in Nigeria. Research International Network, 6, (4).|
|Edoho, E. A., and Oaikhenan, H. O. (2014). Inquiry Teaching and Mathematics Achievement. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS),(2), (2).|
|Edoho, E. A. (2013) The Problem of Mathematics Phobia Amongst Students in Secondary Schools: A case of Police Secondary School, Calabar. Journal of Multi-disciplinary Social Discourse, 8 (4), 44 – 59.|
|Edoho, E. A., and Esuong, U. U. (2016) Proficiency in Mathematics Language and Word Problem Performance in Mathematics. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development studies (IJCEDS), (3), (1), 187 – 189.|
|Cornelius-Ukpepi, B. U., Edoho, E. A., Ndifon, R. A. (2007). ‘Hidden Curriculum, Learning and the Teaching of Values’. West African Journal Of Research (WAJER), 10, (1 and 2), 36 – 40.|
|Edoho, E. A. and Esuong, U. U. (2017). Concept Mapping and Brainstorming for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics. AIMS Research Journal, (3), (1), 37 – 42, USA|
|Edoho, E. A. (2013) Frequency of Questioning and Mathematics Achievement. Journal of Multi-disciplinary Social Discourse, 8 (5), 163 – 170.|
|Enukoha, I. O., Edoho, E. A., Domike, G. C. (2010) Effective Questioning Skills for Science and Mathematics Classroom. A Contemporary Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies (ONIONG), 1, (1), 200 – 212.|
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