|Publications (Articles and Journals):
Ibiam J.U (1994) Inculcation of parenting skills in Nigerian Rural Women. The Need for a Review of National Policy on Education for rural development Published by (APQEN) PP. 334 – 339.
1. Ibiam J.U (1995). Developing Reading Readiness skills in Pre-primary school children. Innovative approach to Education and Human development Jos LECAPS Publishers, pp. 1 – 6.
2. Ibiam, J.U (1994) Girls and Games in Primary School Published by International of Journal of Women Studies pp. 67 – 76.
3. Ibiam, J.U (1995). Strategies for Teaching Mathematics in Primary Schools, Innovative Approach to Education and Human Development, Jos LECAPS Publishers pp. 27 – 32.
4. Ibiam, J.U (2003). Early Childhood Education and its implications for Women Education, Women Studies series, Institute Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (1).
5. Ibiam, J.U (2003) Parent’s and Teachers’ Preference of Play Activities for Nursery and Primary School children. Onitsha cape publishers International Limited.
6. Ibiam, J.U (1994). Gender and Age in Relation to the Type of Games Children Play, Review of Education, Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka PP. 77 – 80.
7. Ibiam, J.U. (1994). Girls and Games in Primary School, Published by International of Journal of Women Studies. Pp. 67 – 76.
8. Ibiam, J.U. (1997). Constraints in Using the Mother Tongue in Teaching in Nursery Schools in Nsukka. Crucial issues in Nigerian/ African Education, Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Pp. 123 – 129 (paper used for last promotion)
9. Ibiam J.U (1997). Identification of International skills in the Nursery School Teacher – Pupils Relationship. Journal of Curriculum studies. Lagos JOSIC Academic Press Association pp. 72 – 75.
10. Ibiam J.U. (1998). A study of Attitude of Teachers Towards Young Children’s Play. Advance in the Field of Education. The Nigerian Experience Institute of Education, University of Benin. Pp. 95 – 99.
11. Ibiam, J.U. (1999). Female Head Teachers’ perception of the Constraints of Effective Management of Primary Schools International Journal of Women Studies, Vol. 1. No 2 pp. 66 – 72.
12. Ibiam, J.U. (2000).Play Way Method of Teaching as a means of ensuring Diversified Education for Social Relevance. Problems and solution: Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, Vol. 7, No 1 & 2 pp. 136 – 141.
13. Ibiam, J.U. (2000). Gender Location, Level of Education as mediators of Parents Attitude Towards Young Children’s Play. African Journal of Educational Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Benin, Vol 5, No. 1, pp. 232 – 242.
14. Ibiam, J.U (2000). Children’s Conception of Play and the Role of Play in Affective Behaviours. Journal of Early Childhood. Vol 1, September, pp. 1 – 4.
15. Ibiam, J.U (2001) Availability of learning Resources in Ebonyi State, Vol1. No 1. Journal of Curriculum Studies pp. 109 – 113.
16. Ibiam, J.U (2001) Government Readiness for the implementation of Universal Basic Education Programme in Ebonyi State: Journal of Universal Basic Education Vol. 1 No.2, pp. 32 – 35. Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
17. Ibiam, J.U. (2001). Problems Influencing Primary School Teachers’ Performance in Usolu Local Government Area of Edo State. International Journal of Arts and Technology (1 JATE) Vol. 1, No.1. Sub-Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka PP. 1 – 6.
18. Ibiam, J.U. (2001). Primary School Supervisors’ Perception of the Job constraints in Ebonyi State. Journal of Studies in Psychology and Education Vol.1., No.5. pp 1 – 7.
19. Ibiam J.U. (2001). Teachers’ Perception on the Role of Play in Education of Education Mentally Retarded (EMR) Children: International Journal of Educational Research Vol. 5. Institute of Education, UNN Pp. 93 – 97.
20. Ibiam J.U (2002). Teachers’ Perception of Social Integration of the Mentally Retarded (MR) in Primary School in Ebonyi State. Journal of World Council of Curriculum and Institution Region 2. Pp. 18 – 28.
21. Ibiam J.U. (2002). Training Needs of Teachers for Effective Implementation of Primary School Curriculum. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies, 9 (1). Pp. 144 – 148.
22. Ibiam, J.U. (2002) Incidence of Child Abuse on Primary School Children in Abakaliki Urban: Journal of Educational Systems Research and Development, 7 (2), Pp. 8 -12.
23. Ibiam, J.U. (2002). Research Efforts in Childhood Education. Journal of Nigerian Education Research Association. 15 (1). Pp. 160 – 169.
24. Ibiam J.U. (2002). Influence of Pre-School Experience on English Language Development of Primary School Pupils. Nigerian Journal of Empirical Studies in Psychology and Education. Vol. 1, No 6. Pp. 80 – 88.
25. Ibiam, J.U. (2003). Some Correlates of Teachers’ Attitude Towards Young Children’s Play. Vol. 1, No.9. Journal of Contemporary and Science Education (JOCASE) School of Education Science. Imo State University, Owerri. Pp. 94 – 99.
26. Ibiam, J.U. (2003). Status of Local Craft in Primary Schools. Problems Encountered by Teachers. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies 10(2). Pp.382 – 386.
26. Ibiam, J.U. (2003). The Role of Head Teachers in Managing Resources in Primary Schools. Journal of WCC Nigerian Chapter, 4 (1). Pp. 104 – 109.
27. Ibaim, J.U. (2004). Developing Teachers for Quality Instruction in Pre-Primary Schools in Nsukka Urban. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. Vol. 11 (2) pp. 79–84.
28. Ibiam, J.U. (2004). Access to Girl-Child Education. Journal of Education Foundation, Vol. 21. Pp. 140 – 146.
29. Ibiam, J.U (2004). Assessment Practices for Early Intervention Programme for Special Needs Children. Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children. Vol. 3 No.1. pp. 109 – 116.
30. Ibiam, J.U. (2005). A Critique of Nursery School Curriculum Journal of World Council for Curriculum and Instruction. Region 2. Vol. 5, No. 1. Pp. 20-27.
31. Ibiam, J.U (2005). Impact of Continuous Assessment (CA). On the Study Habit or Primary School Pupils. International Journal of Arts and Technology Education, Vol. 4.pp. 94 – 100.
32. Ibiam J.U. (2006). Perception of Mother on Child Abuse and Neglect in Aba Metropolis. Review of Education, institute of Education, UNN. Pp. 40 – 48.
33. Ibiam, J.U and Ugwu, G.C. (2008). Teachers’ Preparedness for the Implementation of Reform in Basic Education in the Reform and Attainment of Millennium Development Goals (MDGS): The Nigeria Experience, Nsukka: University Trust Publishers. Proceedings of First International Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka Vol. 1.
34. Ibiam, and Ugwu G.C. (2008). Pre-Retirement Plans of Primary School Teachers in Journal of Educational Foundations. 5 (2).
35. Ibiam, J.U Obiweluozo, E. P and Ugwu, G.C. (2009). Integrated Early Childhood Development (IECD) Curriculum Implementation as a Tool for the Production of the Total Man in World Council for Curriculum and Instruction Journal 16 (2).
36. Ibiam, J.U and Ugwu G.C. (2009) Government Quality Control Measures in Pre-Primary Education: Problems of Implementation and the way forward in Review of Education Journal of Institute of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 20 (1).
37. Ibiam, J.U. and Ugwu, G.C. (2009). Challenges in the Implementation of Information and Communications technology (ICT) in Primary Schools in Nsukka in Journal of Curriculum and Instruction 7 (3).
38 Ugwu, G.C and Ibiam, J.U. (2011) Obstacles militating against the Effective Implementation of the Pre-primary Curriculum by the New Pre-primary School Teacher in Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 18 (1).
39. Ugwu G.C and Ibiam J.U (2011). Peace and Primary Education Curriculum in Journal of Curriculum and Instruction 8 (1)
40. G.C. Ugwu & Ibiam J.U.(2011) Peace and Primary Education Curriculum. World Council for Curriculum and Instructional Journal 8 (1)
41. Ugwu, G.C and Ibiam, J.U (2011) Obstacles militating against the Effective Implementation of the Pre-primary Curriculum by the New Pre-primary School Teacher. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. 18 (1).
42. Ibiam J.U & Aleke D.I. (2011) Over schooling: A threat to Early Childhood Education. Journal of Education 5 (1)
43. Ibiam J.U (2012) Contemporary Issue in Childhood Care and Education in Queen I. Obinaju & Julie Ibiam. Soulmate Press and Publishing Company Ltd. Pg 266 - 287
44. Ngwoke, A.N & Ibiam, J.U. (2012) Impact of Television Viewing Habits on Development of Verbal Reasoning Skills by Primary School Children. Review of Education 23 (1)
45. Obinaju, Q. I.; Ibiam, J.U. & Ogbemudia, M.I. (2013). Jolly Phonics Instructional Strategy and the Readability of Primary one Pupils in Uyo Senatorial District. Review of Education, 24(1)
46. Obinaju, Q.I.; Peters, V.V. & Ibiam, J. (2013) Relationship between play materials and Children’s development of Social Skills in pre-primary Schools in Uyo Senatorial District of Akwa-Ibom State. Review of Education, 24(1)
47. Ibiam, J. (2013) Play: A Gateway of Creating a Child Friendly Environment for Young Children. Journal of OMEP.10(1)
48. Ogbemudia, M.I. & Ibiam, J.U. (2013). The Efficiency of Jolly Phonics Instructional Strategy on the writing ability of junior primary pupils in Uyo Senatorial District of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review. 1(9) 203-207.
49. Ibiam, J.; Alasa, V.M. & Oko, D. (2013). Equalizing Opportunities for Women with disabilities. The Entrepreneurial Paradim Shift. Proceeding of the 26th Annual Congress of the Nigerian Academy of Education held at Minna Niger State, 5th – 8th November, 2013.
50. Ibiam, J.U. (1999). Early Childcare Development and Education (ECCDE) as an Alternative to Pre-Primary Education Proceeding: 1999 on National Policy on Education for Sustainable Development. Issues for 21st century, pp. 227 – 240.
51. Ibiam, J.U. (2001). Gender Analysis of Children’s Choice of Play. Vol. 1. No. 3 Faculty of Education Journal pp. 121 – 124.
52. Ibiam, J.U. (2002). A case study of Child-Rearing Practices Among Educated and Illiterate Mothers, Implication for Childhood Education, Unicef Proceedings of OMEP Africa Regional Seminars Pp. 139 – 149.
53. Ibiam, J.U. & Ismailia, A.S. (In press). Implementing early Childhood Education Inclusion: A. Call for Teacher Preparation.