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Name

Dr. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Department

Educational Foundation

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu

Dr. (Mrs.) Melvina Nkemdilim Amalu is a lecturer in the Department of Educational Foundations, University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State, Nigeria. She holds B.Ed degree in Education Biology (1984) from University of Benin, Edo State, M.Ed (2004) and Ph.D (2008) degrees in Educational Psychology from University of Calabar. Dr Amalu joined the services of University of Calabar in 2012. She is a member of various professional associations such as Nigerian Society for Educational psychologists(NISEP), Association of Childhood Educators, Nigeria(ACEN), Counselling Association of Nigeria(CASSON). She has several publications to her credit in both Local and international reputable Journal. She won the Support Africa VIVAT Award for inclusive education in 2007. She is married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertificateObiagu Road Primary School, Enugu19701975
W.A.S.CGovernment Technical College, Abakaliki19751980
B.Ed, Education BiologyUniversity Of Benin, Edo state19801984
M.Ed(Educational Psychology)University Of Calabar, Calabar20002004
Ph.D (Educational Psychology)University Of Calabar, Calabar20052007

S/N Publication
Amalu, M. N. & Njoku, J. N.(2019) Academic Self efficacy, satisfaction and academic adjustment of undergraduates in University of Calabar, Cross River. International Journal of Pedagogy, Policy and ICT in Education
Amalu, M.N.(2019). Psychosocial variables and sustainable safety environment in secondary schools in Calabar Education zone. AFRREV IJAH: An International Journal of Arts and Humanities. 8(1), 151-157.
Amalu, M.N.(2018). Cyber bullying and psychological well-being among undergraduates in University of Calabar, Nigeria, International Journal of Educational Benchmark (IJEB) 9 (2), 29-40
Abang, K.B & Amalu, M. N. (2018). Need satisfaction, school type and indiscipline bebaviour among secondary school adolescents in Cross River State, Nigeria. CARD International Journal of Educational Research and Management Technology 3(1), 26-36.
Amalu, M.N. (2018). Emotional intelligence as predictor of academic performance among secondary school students in Makurdi Metropolis of Benue State. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education 11(1), 63-70
Amalu, M.N.(2018). Psychological factors and perception towards examination malpractice among secondary school students in Cross River State. Journal of Educational Realities(JERA)6(1), 22-31
Amalu, M. N. & Njoku J. (2018). Mathematics teachers’ leadership styles and learning motivation among secondary students in Cross River State, Nigeria. British Journal of Education. 6(8), 26-36.
Amalu, M. N & Ndifon A. (2018). Prevalence of mathematics phobia among junior secondary school students in Enugu State Nigeria. Education for Today 14(20, 225-233
Amalu, M. N.(2017). Parenting approaches and delinquency of secondary school adolescent in Calabar education zone, Nigeria. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review 5(9), 100-105
Ndifon, O. A., &. Amalu, M.N. (2017). School violence and academic achievement of SS II students in Calabar Metropolis. The Nigerian Educational Psychologists, (15) (1), 223-230.
Ndifon, A. & Amalu, M.N.(2017). Poverty: Psychological coping strategies for sustainable Education in Nigeria. In M. J. Joshua, P. N. Asuquo & J. S. Petters (Ed.) Education for career in 21st century (pp. 246-256)Calabar; University of Calabar Press
Amalu, M.N. (2017).Family Environment and Self-esteem as predictors of psychological adjustment of secondary school students from divorced homes in Cross River State, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Research and Methods in Education 7(6), 9-16.
Amalu N. (2017). Impact of terrorism on the education of Victim in Nigeria: psychological interventions in M. T. Joshua, P. N. Asuquo& J. S. Petters (Eds) Education for Career in the 21st century, (pp. 174-182) Calabar, University of Calabar press.
Ntamu, B. & Amalu, M. N. (2017). Gender, Environment and the level of perceived stress among secondary school students in Lagos. Calabar Counselor, 6 (1) 64-75.
Ngwu, M. & Amalu, M. N. (2017). Sexuality education: sexual behaviour among adolescents in secondary schools in Cross River State, Calabar counselor, 1(1), 199-208.
Ntamu, B. A. &. Amalu, M.N. (2017). Stress and academic performance among in-school. Adolescents in Lagos State. International Journal of Education Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9(10, 32-39
Amalu, M. N. & Blessing A. Ntamu (2017). Emotional intelligence as a predictor of internet addiction among undergraduate students in University of Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Administration, Planning and Research (IJEAPR) 9 (1), 155-168.
Amalu, M.N.(2017). Cognitive test anxiety as a predictor of academic achievement among secondary school students in Makurdi Metropolis, Benue State. International Journal of Scientific Research in Education 10 (4), 362-372
Amalu, M. N. (2016). Motivating staff towards effective teaching in primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 5 (1 & 2), 130-138.
Amalu, M. N. & K. B. Abang, (2016). School absenteeism among primary school pupils in Cross River State: Psychological implication for National Development. Global Journal of Educational Research 15, 49-56
Amalu, M. N. & Ndifon, A.(2016). Age and mathematics anxiety of secondary school students in Enugu State Nigeria, Review of Education and Human Development 2 (2), 9-17.
Amalu, M. N. Abuo C B. & David, B. E. (2016). Counseling services and sustenance of Universal Basic Education (UBE) programme in public secondary schools in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State. Journal of Educational and Social Research 6(10, 47-57.
Amalu, M. N. (2016). Gender differences in attitude towards mathematics in Nigeria secondary schools SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs 17 (1), 181-187
Amalu, M. N. & Kingsley B. Abang, K.B (2016). Assessment of substance abuse among adolescents in Enugu State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies 3(1), 134-141.
Amalu, M. N. (2015). Educational level of parents and academic performance of students in Ogbadibo, Local Government Area of Benue State. International Journal of Education Administration, Planning and Research 7 (1), 131-137
Amalu, M. N. (2015). Peer group pressure and career choice of secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Review of Psychology and Social Problems. 3(1), 21-27
Amalu, M. N. (2014).Impact of workload induced stress on the professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State. Global Journal of Educational Research 13, 15-22..
Rachael D. U. & Amalu, M.N. (2014).School dropout among males of secondary school-age in Anambra State, Nigeria. Education for Today. 10, 122-126
Melvina Amalu & Theresa Okon, (2014). Perceived causes and effect of teacher violence against students in tertiary institutions in Anambra State University. Education for Today10, 122-126
Uche, R. & Amalu, M.N. (2014). Gender, years of teaching experience and teacher quality in secondary school in Bayelsa State, Nigeria International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 4 (1 & 2) 217-228
Amalu M. N. & Uche R. D. (2014). Stress arising from motivation and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. British Journal of Education 2(5), 73-84
Amalu M. N. & Uche R. D. (2014). Stress arising from motivation and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. British Journal of Education 2(5), 73-84
David B.E. Nanjwan, J. D. & Amalu, M.N. (2014). Inclusive education and life skill special needs in Northern Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice 5 (16) 126-129
Uche, R. Bassey, P.U. & Amalu, M.N. (2014). The effects of dispersed adult children on aging and aged parents. International Journal of Aging and Society, 3 (4), 1-10
Ajake,U.E., Amalu Melvina N. & Ekpa,U.O., (2013). Prevalence of child abuse among senior secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Basic and Lifelong Education 3 (1 & 2), 9-16
Ihejiamaizu, C. Ajake, U. & Amalu, M.N. (2013). Influence of Reproductive Health Unit of Instruction on Undergraduate Students’ sexuality in South-South, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10(1), 167-185.
Melvina N. Amalu, (2013).Impact of teachers’ perception of financial remuneration on professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 10 (1), 15-21.
Amalu, M. N., Abang, K.B. & Francisca N. Odigwe,F. N.(2013). Perception of school administration and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Annal of Modern Education 5 (1), 40-48
Amalu, M. N. U. E. Ajake, U.E. & Ihejiamaizu, C.C (2012). Stress from role conflict: Consequences for professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Education Research 1 (1), 37-47
Amalu M. N., Ajake U. E. & Abang J. I.(2012). Teachers’ perception of job environment and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 9 (2) 41-48
Amalu, M.N. & Amalu, U.C. (2011). The situation and solutions of institutional and community-based rehabilitation for persons with mental and physical disability in Sub-Saharan Africa. Annals of Modern Education 3 (1), 134-514
Ajake, U.E. & Amalu, M.N. (2011). Memory and Information Processing in A. J. Isangedighi (ed). Essentials of Learning pp 60-81 Calabar Eti-nwa Associates
Ajake, U. E., Amalu, M. N. & Eloma, U.E. (2009). Child rearing styles and examination malpractices among senior secondary school students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Higher Education Research (IJHER) 4 (1), 153-160.
Amalu, M. N. (2007). Job perception, occupational stress and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. An Unpublished Ph.D Thesis Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar.
Umo, U. A. Amalu, M.N & M. E. Offong, M.E (2007). Family size and depression: What every public servant should know. Ikogho: Multidisciplinary Journal4 (4), 22-28.
Amalu, M.N.(2004). Marital stress and professional role performance effectiveness of women academic in tertiary institutions in Cross River State: An Unpublished M.Ed. Thesis, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
13th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society of Educational Psychologists (NISEP) held at West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar fromStress arising from motivation and professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State.2013-10-072013-10-11
2nd Annual Conference of Institute of Education held at University of CalabarGender, years of teaching experience and teacher quality in secondary school in Bayelsa State, Nigeria.2014-04-222014-04-26
4th Annual conference of faculty of Education held at University of Calabar, Calabar School dropout among males of secondary school age in Anambra State, Nigeria.2014-09-022014-09-05
5th Annual conference of faculty of Education held at University of CalabarSchool absenteeism among primary school pupil in Cross Rivers State: Psychological implication for National Development.2015-09-022015-09-05
3rd Annual conference of the Institute of Education held at University of CalabarMotivating staff towards effective teaching in primary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria.2015-10-242015-10-26
15th Annual conference of Nigerian Society of Educational Psychologists(NISEP) held at the FCT College of Education Premises Zuba Abuja School Violence and academic achievement of SS11 students in Calabar Education Zone, Nigeria. 2015-10-262015-10-13
16th Annual conference of Educational Psychologists (NISEP) held at Imo State, University, OwerriPrevalence of mathematics phobia among junior secondary school students in Enugu State, Nigeria.2016-10-232016-10-27
2nd International Conference of Educational Assessment and Research Network in Africa (EARNIA)held at University of Calabar, CalabarCognitive test anxiety as predictor of academic achievement of secondary school students in Makurdi Metropolis, Benue State Nigeria.2016-11-282016-12-02
17th Annual conference of Nigerian Society of Educational Psychologists(NISEP) held at Nasarawa State University, Keffi Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Family environment and self-esteem as predictors of psychological adjustment of secondary school students from divorced homes in Cross River State, Nigeria.2017-10-032017-10-27
8th Annual National conference of Society Nigerian Society for Psychosocial Research held at University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria(I) Teacher leadership styles and learning motivation of secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria (II)Student perception of parents’ leadership styles as correlates of psychosocial challenges among undergraduates of the University of Calabar, Calabar Nigeria.2017-11-132017-11-16
5th Annual conference of Association of Childhood Educators Nigeria(ACEN) held at University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria Adolescents engagement in leisure activities and delinquency among students in Cross River State, Nigeria.2018-09-042018-09-07