Dr. Olelewe Jonathan Chijioke.

Department: Computer Education
Faculty: Vocational Technical Education
Designation : Lecturer I
Email: chijioke.olelewe@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +234(0)8034961625


Conferences and Workshops:

 Olelewe C. J. & Oyinlana, G. O. (2017). Utilization of Social Media for inclusive

quality instructional delivery of TVET in Nigeria. Paper presented at the 1st

Annual National Conference of Centre for Technical Vocational Education,

Training and Research (CETVETAR) with the theme: Refocusing TVET

instructional delivery in Nigerian Schools in the digital era. Held between 3rd –

6th May, 2017 at the Princess Alexandria Auditorium, University of Nigeria,

Nsukka

 Olelewe, C. J., Okwor, A. N., & Nwanze, M. N. (2016). Exploring Information

and Communication Technology (ICT) Integration in Education: A Paper

Presented at the 4th Annual National Conference of Computer Educators

Association of Nigeria (CEAN) held at the PAA University of Nigeria Nsukka

Between 24th-25th October, 2016

 Olelewe, C.J. (2016). Information and Communication Technology in Education:

Taking Education to the Next Level. A paper presented at the 2016 Education

Summit organized by the Archdiocese of Onitsha, Anambra State between

13th-15th October, 2016 at Shanahan Hall, Holy Trinity Basilica, Onitsha.

 Olelewe, C. J. (2016). ICT in TVET: the Nigerian Experience. A paper presented

at the UNESCO-UNEVOC Project Inception and Experts’ Workshop on 14-15th

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2016, held at UNESCO-UNEVOC Room 2516, 25th Floor LE Building UN

Campus, Bonn Germany.

 Olelewe, C.J. & Okwor, A N. (2015). Interactive Whiteboard: Perceived skills

required by higher education lecturers for effective instructional delivery. A paper

delivered at the 3rd National Annual conference of Computer Educators

Association of Nigeria held at the PAA University of Nigeria, Nsukka, between

23-28th November, 2015

 Olelewe, C. J. (2014). Challenges facing Effective Utilization of Blended

Learning Model in Teacher Education Programmes in Nigeria. A paper presented

at 10th Annual National Conference of Association for Encouraging Qualitative

Education in Nigeria (ASSEQEN) with the Theme: Reorienting and Alternative

Education to Build a Better Future for All held at Benue State University,

Markurdi, between 12th – 16th May, 2014

 Olelewe, C. J. (2014). Application of Blended Learning Model for Sustainable

Development of Teacher Education: Issues, Trend and Practices in Nigeria. A

paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Research and

Development at the British Council, Accra Ghana, between November 4th -5th

2014

 Olelewe, C. J. (2014). Integrating Entrepreneurial Education in Computer

Education Programme of Nigerian Colleges of Education. A paper presented at

the Second Annual Conference of National Association of Computer Educators of

Nigeria at the UBA Hall of Fame University of Nigeria, Nsukka, between 21st and

25th October 2014

 Olelewe, C. J and Nzeadibe, C. A. (2013). Challenges facing the availability and

utilization of ICT resources in Primary and Post Primary Schools in Nsukka

Educational Zone: Implication for Achieving Millennium Development Goals

(MDGS) in Nigeria. A paper presented at the First Annual Conference of

National Association of Computer Educators of Nigeria at the UBA Hall of Fame

University of Nigeria, Nsukka, between 21st – 25th October 2013

 Olelewe, C. J., Nzeadibe, C. A., & Nzeadibe, C. T. (2012). Availability and

utilization of Educational Resources in Selected Rural Communities of Enugu

State: Implications for Achieving Universal Primary Education of Millennium

Development Goals (MDGS) No.2 in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 53rd

Annual Conference of Science Teachers Association of Nigeria held at

Government Science & Technical College, Area 3, Garki, Abuja between 6th

-11th August 2012.

 Olelewe, C. J. & Amaka, E.U. (2011). Effective utilization of Information and

Communication Technology (ICT) for sustainable manpower development among

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Computer Educators in Colleges of Education in South-East Geo-political zone of

Nigeria. A paper presented at the 24th National Association of Technology

Teachers (NATT) on Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) for

Sustainable Industrial Development in Nigeria between 17th and 21st October

2011 at Federal College of Education Umunze, Anambra State.

 Olelewe, C. J. (2012). Technology Entrepreneurship Education: A Case for

Computer Science Curriculum of Nigerian Colleges of Education. A Conference

paper presented at the 7th National Conference of School of Sciences Federal

College of Education Eha-Amufu on Science and Technology Education for

Entrepreneurship Development held at the Science Lecture theatre between 20th and

23rd June 2012.

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED AND PAPER PRESENTED

 Olelewe, C. J. (April, 2017). Postgraduate Supervisors’ Workshop organized by

School of Postgraduate Studies/STRACEP, University of Nigeria Nsukka &

Globethics.net, Geneva Switzerland held at the Princess Alexandria Auditorium,

University of Nigeria Nsukka between 10-11th, April 2017. (Participant)

 Olelewe, C. J. (2016). TVET Teacher Training Approaches in Africa using

Blended Learning: The Experience of Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the

International Special Program on Capacity Building for TVET Teacher

Trainers: Improving Quality of TVET Teaching and Learning held on

December 5-9, 2016 Manila Philippines at Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC)

and UNVESCO-UNEVOC Internal Centre for Technical and Vocational

Education and Training. (Facilitator)

 Olelewe, C. J. (July, 2016). Prospects of TVET: Towards Addressing Youth

unemployment in Nigeria. Paper presented at the One-Day Sensitization

Workshop Organized by the UNN UNESCO-UNEVOC Centre to mark The 2016

World Youth Skills Day Celebration held at Government Technical College,

Nsukka on 15th of July, 2016. (Facilitator)

 Olelewe, C. J. (April, 2016). ICT in TVET: The Nigerian Experience. Paper

presented at the Two-Day Experts’ Group Workshop on TVET Project Inception

held between 14-15th March, 2016 at the UNESCO-UNEVOC Conference Room

2516, 45th Floor LE Building UN Campus, Bonn Germany. (Facilitator)

 Olelewe, C. J. (September, 2015). One-Day Sensitization Workshop for

Textbooks/Reference Material Writers on the 13No. Reviewed Technical Colleges’

Curricula organized by the National Board for Technical Education in collaboration

with the Federal Ministry of Education and the ADF-Assisted Skills Training and

Vocational Education Project (STVEP) on Wednesday 16th September, 2015, held at

the New Auditorium, NBTE Secretariat, Kaduna-Nigeria. (Participant)

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 Staff ICT Capacity-Building Workshop organized for Staff of Federal College of

Education Eha-Amufu with the theme: ICT For Research And Development held

at PTDF (STEP-B) Building between 3rd – 7th December 2012 (Facilitator)

 2nd Expert Group Meeting to Produce 13no. Draft Curricula for Technical Colleges

Organized by National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) in Collaboration with

the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) and the African Development Bank (ADP)

at Owena Motel Ltd, Parliament Road, Akure between 14th – 18st June 2010.

(Participant)

 1st Expert Group Meeting to Produce 13no. Draft Curricula for Technical Colleges

organized by National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) in Collaboration with

The Federal Ministry of Education (FME) and the African Development Bank (ADP)

at UNESCO-Nigeria Centre of Excellence Kaduna between 17th and 21st May 2010.

(Participant)

 Active Learning Technique organized by School of Science Federal College of

Education Eha- Amufu Enugu State between October 12th - 16th 2006 (Participant)




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