Prof. Lawrence O. Eya

Prof. LAWRENCE OKWUDILI EYA

Head of Department Adult Education

Biography

 Email(s): lawnet65@gmail.com,  

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PERSONAL PROFILE

I am a lectutrer with 27 years of successful experience in positions of increasing responsibilities and duties. I am reliable and an excellent team player. As a Dean of Student Affairs of 7 years experience on the seat, I have interpersonal presentation human rapport and can work multi-tasks even under pressure. I work fast and learn fast with proven ability to perform unsupervised. I am detailed with good communication and written skills.

My objective is always to contribute positively to improve the organizational goals and objectives working with available resources. I enjoy listening to music and watching football.

I am also a highly motivated individual, possessing enthusiasm, drive and a positive attitude required to add significant value to the academic profession with a drive to improve humanity as a whole. A result-oriented leader, I seek to impact on a synergy of dynamic environment significant human growth and development

PERSONAL DATA

Nationality:                Nigerian

Place of Birth:           Ikpamodo

College:                     Education

Department:              Educational Management

Present Position:       Professor

 EDUCATION 

  • Ph.D: Educational Administration and Planning 2006, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • M.ED: Educational Administration and Planning 1989, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • B.ED: Education/History (2nd Class Upper Division) 1986, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • GCE, O/L 1980.

·         Certificate of Proficiency in Computer operations            2005

·         Certificate of Registration as a Certified Teacher             2006

 WORK EXPERIENCE

S/N

NAME OF ESTABLISHMENT

PLACE

POSITION

DATE

1

Girls Secondary School

Igbariam, Anambra State

Tutor

1981-1982

2

Temidire High School

Tolu, Lagos sTATE

Tutor

1986-1987

3

Community Secondary School

Ohebe Dim, Enugu State

Tutor

1988

4

College of Education

Eha-Amufu, Enugu State

Lecturer

1988-1993

5

Federal College of Education

Eha-Amufu, Enugu State

Lecturer

1994-2013

6

University of Nigeria

Nsukka, Enugu State

Part-time lecturer

1998-2005

7

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture

Umudike, Abia State

Lecturer

2013-Date

 

 

TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

·         Lecturing (Educational Foundations & Educational Administration)     1988 – Date

  • Qualitative Researches and Training Programmes for teachers: Sponsored by TetFund in 2000, 2005, 2008, 2011.   
  • Resource Person for Teaching Practice Orientation Exercises
  • Keynote address presentation to NUT, TRCN 2012, 2015, 2016.
  • Public Paper presentations in 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015.

 ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS HELD WITH DATES

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: COMMITTEE WORK AND GENERAL CONTRIBUTION WHILE IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SYSTEM

COMMITTEE

POSITION HELD

DATE

Departmental Board, Dept. of Edu.  Admin           

Secretary

1980-1992

Examination Committee, School of Education

Chairman

1990-1993

College lecture facilities       

Officer-In-Charge

1989-1995

Department of Educational Administration and Foundations 

HOD

1992-1993

Student Affairs Department

Ag. Dean

1994-1997

Student Affairs Department

Dean

1997-2007

Student ‘s  Welfare Committee

Chairman

1994-2007

Student’s Disciplinary   Committee

Member

1994-2007

Management Committee

Member

1994-2001

Committee of Deans and Directors

Member

1994-2007

Management  Consultative Committee      

Member

2001- 2007

Governing Council   

Internal Member

2000-2004

Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee

Chairman

2006-2007

NCCE Accreditation Panel to Plateau State Polytechnic, Jos Plateau State

Member

June 5-9. 2000

NCCE Accreditation Panel to Michael Adetola College of Primary Education,  Epe Lagos State

Member

8th – 11th March, 2009

NCCE Accreditation Panel to College of Physical Education,  Mosugar Sapele, Delta State

Member

21th -25th August, 2002

NTI Accreditation Panel to Five Study Centres in  Edo State

Member

J11th – 16th July, 2005

NTI Accreditation Panel to Five Study Centres in  Osun State

Member

3rd – 7th March, 2009

Conference and Publications Committee, School of Education

Chairman

2004-2013

Continuing Education

Director

2007- 2010

Academic Board  

Member

1992-1993; 1994-2013

School of Education, FCE Eha-Amufu

Dean

2010 - 2013

Admissions committee

Member

1997-2013

Dress Code Committee

Member

2010-2013

Many Ad-Hoc committees and panels

Chairman/Member

1994-2013

 UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES

Committee

Position Held

Date

Staff Welfare Committee, College of Agricultural and Science     Education (CASE) MOUAU   

 

Chairman

 

2013-date

Examination Time Table Committee Representative, and Examination Officer College of Agricultural and Science Education, MOUAU   

 

ETTC Rep./Exam Officer

 

2014-2015

Centre for Project Development and Revenue Generation, MOUAU

 

Deputy Director

 

2014-2016

Department of Adult and Continuing Education

Head of Department

2015-date

 SERVICE TO RELEVANT PUBLIC BODIES

Public Body

Position and Nature of Assignment

Date

Enugu Ezike Link Club   

National President

1997-2005

Elites Fraternity Enugu Ezik     e

Mayor

1996-2005

Eminent Friends, Nsukka          

Chairman

1998-2003

Ezike Youths Club of Nigeria

National President

2005 – March 2008

Ikpomodo General Assembly

National President

1995-2006

Reorganization Committee of SDP in Umu Ozzi Ward 10   

Chairman

1996

Varsity Eagles, Nsukka

Chairman

1993-2003

University of Nigeria Nsukka Alumni Association, F. C. E., Eha-Amufu Branch  

 

Chapter President

 

2008-2013

Noble Zee 2 1 of Nigeria           

Lord Mayor

2008-2012

Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria, Nsukka Sub-Council

Secretary

2007-2012

Police Public Relations Committee (PCRC)

Member

2009 – date

School Management Board Committee, Urban Boys

Secondary School, Nsukka

 

Member

 

2012 – date

Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria, Nsukka Sub-Council

Deputy Grand Knight

2013 – date

Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu

External Examiner

2004 – 2006

Federal College of Education, Obudu Cross River State

External Examiner

2010-2014

Federal College of Education, Omoku Rivers State

External Examiner

2013-2015

Alvan Ikoku College of Education, Owerri; Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu and College of Education, Ankpa Kogi State.

 

External Assessment of Five Chief Lecturers

 

2004 - 2012

Cross River State University of Science and Technology (CRUTECH)

Assessment of a Professor of Education

2015

Enugu State Independent Electoral Commission(ENSIEC)

Returning Officer

Awgu Local Government Area Chairmanship Election

2013

Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) Preidential and National Assembly Elections

 

Returning Officer

Umuahia South Local Government Area

 

2015

Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) Governorship and State Houses of Assembly Elections

 

Returning Officer

Isu Ukwuato Local Government Area

 

2015

Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) State House of Assembly Re-Run Elections

 

Returning Officer

Aba North Local Government Area

 

2016

jPatron, Erudite Tops Club, FCE, Eha-Amufu; Patron, Dollar Club Exclusive FCE, Eha-Amufu; Life Patron, Rotract  Club District 9140, FCE, Eha-Amufu and Shanahan Hospital Nsukka; Patron of some other clubs and associations within and outside Nsukka zone

 

 

Patron/Grand Patron/Life Patron

 

 

1992-2013

 COURSES TAUGHT

Philosophy of Education (EDU 212), Adult Education (EDU 121), Comparative Education (EDU 311), Educational Administration (EDU 412), Classroom Management (EDU 221), Soviology of Education (EDU 224), History of Nigerian Education (EDU 213), Educational Management (EDU 422), Advanced Research Method (EDU 811), Quantitative Analysis in Educational Administration (EDA 801), Supervision of Education (EDA 804), Computr Research , Data Analysis in Educational Administration (EDA 806), Seminar in Educational Administration (EDA 801), Advanced Economics of Education (EDA 812), Advanced Leadership in Formal Organisation (EDA 814), Education Laws (EDA 811), Advanced Research Method (EDU 911), Formal Organisation & Non-formal Education (EDA 914), Mangement Theory & Concepts (EDA 916), Education Building Facilities (EDA 926), Educational Planning Process in Developing Nations (EDA 928).

 RESEARCH INTERESTS

·         Issues on  Educational Planning, Administration and Mangament

·          Educational Supervion – Supervisory methods and Models, Teacher Supervisory Attitude, Teacher Supervision and Instructional Effectiveness.

 HONORARY/FELLOWSHIP

·         Fellow of the Institute of   Corporate Resource Management (fcrmi)

 ICT SKILLS

  • Experience in Microsoft Word Processing
  • Certificate of Proficiency in Computer operations (Microsoft Word, Presentation, Excel)      2005
  • Experience in surfing the Internet

 AWARDS

·         Certificate of Performance 1st Position TTC Games          1981

·         Certificate of Excellence in Football as Captain                 1981

·         Certificate of Honour Faculty of Education, UNN  -           1985

·         Certificate of Honour LTC, Iwollo Old Boys, UNN -           1986

·         Community Service Award by Rotract Club District 9140 F C E, Eha-Amufu   2000

·         Community Service Award Rotract Club District 9140 Shanahan Hospital

·         Nsukka           2005

·         Traditional Chieftancy Title of Udo Oha I of Orba in Udenu LGA, Enugu State 2001

·         Traditional Chieftancy Title of Udo Oha I of Ikpamodo in Igbo Eze North LGA,

Enugu State    2005

 MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

  • Certificate of Registration as a Certified Teacher by TRCN         2006
  • NAEAP-Nigerian Association of Educational Administration and Planning
  • SOSTAN – Social Studies Teachers Association of Nigeria
  • NACT- National Association of Curriculum Theorists
  • NAEND-National Association of Educationists for National Development.
  • NAPSASS-National Association for Promoting Studies in Arts and Social

       Sciences

  • APQEN-Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria

·         Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria

 SUPERVISION

·         Prof. L. O. Eya has supervised over 80 NCE, 3 B.Ed., 2 Diploma and 6 M.Ed. projects.

·         He is currently supervising 2 Diploma, 23 M.ED and 8 Ph.D students.

 PUBLICATIONS BY PROF. L. O. EYA

            A          JOURNAL ARTICLES

1 .Eya, L.O. (1995) “Nigeria Philosophy of Education: Its Role in the Development and Unity of the Nation, in Arts and Social Science Forum Journal.

2.________ (1996). “The Need For Programme Learning in Teacher Education in 

           Nigeria” in The Gindiri Teacher Journal of Education Studies .1 (1) 78-84.

 

3._______ (1998a). “Comparative Study of Attitude of 3- and 5-year Sandwich 

            Students Towards Educational Administration Programme” in Eha-Amufu

            School of Education Journal, Vol. 1. No. 1 pp. 1010-106.

 

4.______ (1998a). “Teacher Production and Utilization: A Tri-dimensional Approach”

             in Nigerian Teacher Today, pp. 347-356.

 5._______ (1999). “ Arts Education: A re-orientation for National Development in the

              21st Century” in Arts and Social Science Journal Forum Vol. 1 No. 3. pp.

              21-25.

 6._______(2000). “Achieving National Unity and Development Through the National

              Educational Philosophy” in Journal of Social Studies Vol. 3 No. 1.  142-

             146.

 7.______(2001a), “The Nigerian Teacher Education System and Civil Rule’ in Arts

             and Social Sciences Forum Journal  pp 81-87.

 8.______(2001b). “Secret Cults and the Nigerian Education System: The Way Out”

              in Book of Reading, School of Education, Federal College of Education,

              Eha-Amufu, pp. 178-190.

 9. ______(2001c). “Administering Teacher Education for Sustainable Development

              in Nigeria” in College of Education Academic Staff Union Journal.

 10.______ (2001d). “Unifying Effect of Education in Diversified Nigerian Nation”  in

              National Association for Curriculum Theorists (NACT) Journal Vol. 10

              No. 4.

 11._______ (2001e). “The Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Scourge: 

               A Threat to National Unity” in Arts and Social Science Forum Journal 

               Vol.8 No.4.

 12.______ (2002a). “Universal Basic Education: The Teacher Factor: in Arts and

              Social Science Review Vol. 2 No.1.

 13. ______ (2002b).  Alleviating Poverty Through Instructing the Educationally Disadvantaged in Nigeria, in Journal of Women in Colleges of                 Education in Nigeria (JOWICE) 2002.

14._______ (2002c). Eradicating Poverty in Nigeria through Equalization of Education Opportunities in Science Teahcer Today (STT) Vol. 1                     Vol. 1 No 1.

 15.Mba, C,C, and Eya , L.O. (2000d), The Universal Basic Education (UBE): its Imperatives and Implications for National Development in                         Journal of Language and Literature Vol. No. 1 p.200.

 16.Eya, L.O. (2005). Webagogy and Educational Re-engineering in the 21st Century: the e-Learning Agendum in Ebonyi Journal of                                Education, Abonyi State University, Abakaliki.

 17._______(2006). Proper Management of Personnel as a Panacea for Effective Administration of Higher Institutions in Nigeria, in Journal of                 Educational Administrators.

 18._______ (2007). Proper Staffing and Maintenance of Personnel as a Panacea

            for Effective Universal Basic Education in Nigeria, in African Journal of Educational Foundations (AJEF), Vol. 3 No. 2, ESUT.

 19._______ (2010). Evaluation of Educational Foundations and Administration

            (EFAD) Programmes of Study in Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu: A Curriculum Reform Approach, in Curriculum and Media               Technology Research – Journal of CUDIMAC, UNN.

 20. ___(2013a). Improving Teacher Instructional Effectiveness in Nigeria with Counselling Model of Supervision in International Organization               of Scientific Research; Journal of  Research and Method in  Education (JOSR-JRME), 2 (6) (Jul-Aug), 36-42.

 21.Eya, L. O. and Eya, E. N. (2013b).  Reaching the Unreached using Open and Distance  Learning as an  Educational Strategy for Reducing               Conflicts in Nigeria; in CIRSD International  Journal of Education, 6 (6)  (May), 144-156.

 22. ______ (2013d).Attaining Sustainable Higher Socio-Economic Lives of the 

               Nigerian Rural Dwellers using Extension Education Services, in Journal of Teacher  Perspective, Vol. 8 No. 4.

 23.______ (2013e). The Socio-Economic Response of Rural Dwellers of 

              Nsukka Cultural  zone to Extension Education Service. International Journal of  Educational  Research, Volume 12, No. 2. Pp. 31-                 45

 24.______ (2013f). Open and Distance Education for National Development in         

               Nigeria: The Why, How and What? In Academic Discourse: An  International Journal, Vol. 6 No., 1 Pp. 165 – 176.

 25. Eya, L. O. (2013). Retooling Instructional Strategies for Teacher Instructional Effectiveness in Nigeria Using Counselling Supervisory  Model                 in West East Institute International Eurasian Academic  Conference Proceedings Antalya 2013 Education &Teaching January 

                13-16, 2013 Antalya, Turkey

26._______ (2014). Correct Study Habits as a Panacea for Academic

                 Performance of Students, in Journal of Qualitative Education, Vol 10   No 1.

 27. Eya, L. and Adiewere, A. N. (2014). The Society, Resource Management  and Technology in South South Nigerian Secondary Schools: The

                 Nexus. American Research Thoughts, 1(2) December.

28. Eya, L. O. and Eya, E. N. (2014). Extension Education Services for Rural  Dwellers of Obollo Afor Education zone: Implication for                                   Sustainable  Socio-Economic Lives, in International Journal of Advancement in  Educational Research and Development 2 (1).

 29. Eya, L. O. (2014).The Working Condition of The Teacher is The Learning Condition of The Child; A Keynote Address presented to the                         Nigerian  Union of Teachers Abia state Wing, 5th Quadrennial Conference of Delegate held at Ovim Secondary Technical School,                         Isikwuato, 27th August.

30. ____ (2015). Determining the Relationship between Job Experience and  Teacher Instructional Effectiveness with a Supervisory Model;                        Accepted  for Publication in the College of Agricultural and Science Education  Journal, 1(1) MOUAU.

31. Eya, L. O. and Adiewere, A. N. (2014). Approaches for Curbing  Examination Malpractices in Secondary Schools in Rivers State Implication                for School Administrators; Journal of Agricultural and    Science Education MOUAU.1(2),        145-150.36.

32. Eya, L. O. (2015). The Teachers Registration Council (TRC) and the   Agendum of Professionalization of Teaching in Nigeria: An                                   Assessment, Journal of Agricultural and Science Education 1(2),  213-219.

33. Eya, L. O. and Ekweme, V. A. (2015). Current Issues on the Management of  Diversification of Education in Senior Secondary Schools in

                Nigeria in International Journal of Scientific Research, 2(9) 2nd  January.

34. Eya, L. O. and Eya, E. N. (2015). Entrepreneurial Education Skills Training Needs of Students of Colleges of Education in Nigeria.                                   Accepted for  Publication in Nigerian Society for Psychological Research, Abia State  University Uturu.

35. Evans-Obinna, N. R. and Eya, L. O.(2015). Evaluation of Learning and  Perception, as Effective Strategies for Sustaining Corporate Culture                   and Enhancing  Conflict Management in the 21st Century. Journal of Agricultural and Science Education, 1(1) 627-640.

36. Ekwueme, V. A., Eya, L. O. and Lance, R. M. (2015). Managing and Planning Education for Peace Building in Nigeria: Repositioning Higher                   Education for Peace Building and Peace Culture in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. Accepted for Publication by NAEAP.

37. Ibiam, N. and Eya, L. O. (2015). Staff perception of leadership competencies  for peace building in secondary schools in Enugu State in                        Nigeria.   Accepted for Publication by NAEAP.

38.  Eya, L. O. Repositioning University Education for Socio-economic  Development of Nigeria: A Managerial Approach. Accepted for                                publication in Journal of Sustainable Education, Social and Management Sciences, MOUAU.

 39. Eya, L. O., Modebelu, M. N. and Esobhawan, B. I. (2016). Creating Positive Teacher  Attitude to Instructional Supervision in Nigerian                            Secondary Schools: The Role of Counselling Supervisory Model in Translating Policy to Practice. In Conference  Proceedings of The                  5th  International Conference on Language, Letrature, Culture And Education, Singapore 27th-29th August.

 

B.          SEMINARS/CONFERENCES

1.   Eya, L.O. (1995). The Relevance of Teaching Aids in the Teaching and Learning of  Primary School English Language in Igbo-Eze North                           L.G.A. of Enugu State, Presented at a Seminar Organized by Federal College of Education, Eha-mufu Seminar Committee, April.  

2.   ______ (1991a). The Role of Arts in Research Documentation presented at a National    Conference organized by the Association for                               Promoting Quality Education in  Nigeria (APQEN) at the Institute of Nigerian Languages, Ogbor Hill, Aba, October.

3.   (1997b). Strategies for Equalizing Educational Opportunities in Nigeria in the Coming Decade, presented at a National Conference organized                   by the School of   Education, F.C.E. (T) Akoka, Lagos, September.

4.      _____ (1998). A Survey of Study Habits of Vocational Education Students in Federal Colleges of Education, presented at a conference                         organized by the School of  Vocational Education, FCE, Eha-Amufu, November.

5.      ______ (1999). The Evils of Secret Cults in Nigeria, a paper presented at a seminar organized by Holy Cross Catholic Parish, Eha-Amufu,                    November.

6.      ________(2010). Enugu Ezike in Historical Perspective being a Seminar paper   presented to Enugu Ezike Link Club at their End of Year                        Party, 23rd December.

7.      ______ (2002). Administrative Imperative for Qualitative Science and Technology   Universal Basic Education in Nigeria presented at a                          National conference  organized by F,C.E. (T) Umunze, Anambra State, July. 

 8.      _______ (2006). Adequate Financing of Higher Education in Nigeria as a Desideratum  for Quality Assurance submitted at 30th Annual                          Conference of the Nigeria  Association of Educational Administration and Planning, Enugu State University of Science and                                    Technology (ESUT), Enugu, 3rd -6th October 2006.

C.          WORKSHOPS

a.   A National Workshop organized by Education Bank (EDUBANK) at Sheraton Hotels, Abuja, (1995).

b.   A National Workshop on Secret Societies held in Hill Station Hotel, Jos (1997).

c.   A National Workshop on Communication Education and Information Technology organized by the NCCE and UNESCO held in Asaba                  (2000).

d.   A National Workshop on Enhancing the Quality of the Products of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria: The Way Forward, organized by Nigeria             Employers Consultative association (NECA) and Industrial Training Fund (ITF) held at the Nike Lake Resort Hotel, Enugu (2002).

e.   A National Workshop on Quality Indicators for Teacher Education in Nigeria organized by Common Wealth of Learning in conjunction with             TISSA, Kaduna, 3rd – 6th February, 2006.

 

D.          CHAPTER CONTRIBUTIONS

i.    Alu, B.E., Eya, L.O., Odo, C.O., Ede, F.E., Ugwu, J.C. (1997). Fundamentals of Educational   

                Administration, Enugu Calvaryside Printing and Publishing Co. Chapters 1 and 9.

ii. Alu, B.E. Eya, L.O., Odo, C.O., Ede, F.E., Ugwu, J.C. (2001) Fundamentals of Educational 

             Administration. Nsukka, Chuka Educational publishes (Revised edition), Chapter 11

            and Index.

iii. Modebelu, N. M. (ed.) (2015). Foundations of Education Nigeria Perspective for Students

                and New Entrants into Education Discipline. SCOA Heritage Nig. Ltd., Awka.

iv. Amadi, U. P. N., Modebelu, M. N. and Umezulike, N. A. (Eds.) (2016). Foundations of

                Curriculum Development (Principles and Practice). Annyco Publishers, Umunze.

 

E.         BOOKS

i. Eya, L.O., Ugwu, J.C., Alu, B.E. (2001).  Adult Education: Its Nature and Purpose Nsukka.

            Prize Publishers, Chapters 1, 3 and 6.

ii. Eya, L.O. (2004). Classroom Management and School Organization: A Practical Approach,

             Nsukka, Lawnet Communications (Nig.)

iii. Eya, L.O. (2007). A Hand Book on Classroom Management and School Organization,

               Nsukka: Lawnet Communications (Nig.).

F.           EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

1.              Editor-in-Chief: Book of Readings School of Education, F.C.E. Eha-Amufu (2006-2010)

2.              Consultant Editor WHO IS WHO IN ENUGU EZIKE (2000)

3.              Editor Journal of Agricultural and Science Education, MOUAU (2014)

G.          GUEST LECTURES

i. Eya, L. O. (2010). An Overview of the Culture of Enugu Ezike People.

            Presented during the Annual Cultural Festival of Enugu Ezike Link Club

            at the Local Government Secretariat, Ogrute on 16th August.

ii. Eya, L. O. (2012). Teachers Registration Council  (TRC) and the Agendum

            of Professionalization of Teaching in Nigeria. Presented during the Second

             Induction ceremony by Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)

             at the Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu on 10th June. 

iii. Eya, L. O. (2013). My Community, My Responsibilities. Presented at the

             Olido Day Ceremony of Olido Home and in Diaspora (2013) held at Olido             

             December.

iv. Eya, L. O. (2014).Values of Economic, Political and Intellectual Development to the Youths Presented to Amogbo Youths at Amogbo Nsukka Hall on the occasion of Amogbo Youths Day, 26th December.

v.   Eya, L. O. (2014). The working condition of the teacher is the learning condition   

            of the learner. A paper presented to the Nigerian Union of Teachers Abia

            State Council at Ovim Technical School, Isikwuato during the State NUT

            Annual Congress held on 27th August. 

vi. Eya, L. O. (2015). Teacher Effectiveness and Attitude as Products of Teacher Work

              Condition: The Nigerian Experience. A Paper presented during the Fourth Induction

              ceremony by Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) at The College of

              Education, Nsukka.

REFEREES

1. Prof. P. E. Eya

    Deputy Vice Chancellor

    National Open University of Nigeria

    Victoria Island

    Lagos

 2.  Prof. O. S. Abonyi

     Faculty of Education

     Abonyi State University, Abakaliki

 3. Prof. D. N. Eze

    Faculty of Education