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Name

Mr. Dominic Ipuole Ogbaji

Department

Social Science Education

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Dominic Ipuole Ogbaji

Mr Dominic Ipuole Ogbaji joined the services of the University of Calabar, Nigeria in 2013 as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Social Studies Education. He was upgraded to the rank of Assistant Lecturer in 2015. Dominic holds B.Ed and M. Ed degrees in Social Studies Education from the University of Calabar that were awarded to him in 2008 and 2014. He has attended many conferences and participated actively in each of such conferences. He has published over twelve articles in both local and international journals. Dominic Ipuole Ogbaji is happily married. He is a member of Social Studies and Civic Education Association of Nigeria.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
SSCEAbutu Secondary School Vandiekya Benue State Nigeria.19921998
B.Ed in Social StudiesUniversity of Calabar Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.20042008
M.Ed in Social Studies University of Calabar Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.20112014

S/N Publication
Ogbaji D.I., & Opoh F.A.(2019). Principal leadership behaviour and Social Studies teachers’ contribution to nation building in Cross River state. Journal of Social Studies and Civic Education Association of Nigeria (SOSCEAN).
Ogbaji, D.I., & Enu D. B. (2019).Sociological Investigation in to cases of Violence in higher Institutions in Nigeria: University of Calabar- Nigeria Experience. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education. 2(1), 1-5.
Odey, E.O., & Ogbaji, D.I. (2019).Strategies for effective Social Studies Classroom Management and Instructional delivery. International journal of Contemporary Social Science Education, 2(1), 89-93
Ogbaji,D.I, & Opoh, F.A. (2018). Implication of corruption fight in promoting quality education and national development in Nigeria. Education for Today, 14(1), 236-241.
Effiom, V.N., Clarence, O.O., & Ogbaji, D.I. (2017). Entrepreneurship Education as a Panacea to Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria. Education for Today, 13(2),140-147.
Ogbaji D.I. (2017). Teachers’ perception of the utilization of instructional materials in teaching social studies in Junior Secondary School in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria: Global Journal of Educational Research, 16, 81-169.
Effiom, V.N. & Ogbaji, D.I. (2016). School Learning Environment and Students’ Academic Performance in Social Studies in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria: Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific Research Journal. 2(3), 179-186.
Effiom, V.N., Oyibe, O.A., & Ogbaji, D.I. (2015). Students-Teacher Relationship and Academic Achievement Among Junior Secondary School Social Studies Students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Research and Theory in Education, 6(3), 106-117.
Opoh, F.A., Edinyang,S.D., & Ogbaji, D.I. (2014). Repositioning Social Studies Curriculum for national transformation in Nigeria. International Journal of Education Research. Contemporary Research Center, 2(2), 35-42.
Opoh, F.A., Unimna F.A,, & Ogbaji D.I. (2014). Introduction of Social Studies Education in Nigeria schools: A successor or a failure. International Journal of Educational Research, Contemporary Research Center,143-150.
Effiom, V.N., & Ogbaji, D.I. (2014). Teachers Competence and Social Studies Teaching in Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for Today, 10, 65-71.
Edinyang S.D., Unimke, S.A., Ogbaji D.I., Undie J.B.,& Adie, R.A. (2013). Resuscitation of family valued indigenous healthcare system in Nigeria. Rivers Social Sciences forum, publish by the Faculty of Social Sciences Ignatius Ajuru University of Education Port Harcourt, 12(5), 114-119.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 33rd National Conference of the Social Studies and Civic Education Association of Nigeria(SOSCEAN) held at Calabar, Cross River State.Principal leadership behaviour and Social Studies teachers contribution to nation building in Cross River State.2018-08-062018-08-09