Dr. Mrs. Igbo Janet Ngozi.

Department: Educational Foundations
Faculty: Education
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Phone: 08037469921


Publications (Articles and Journals):

BOOK CHAPTERS
1)    Igbo, J. N. (2008). Adolescent Psychology. In P. N. Onwuasoanya (ed). Counseling Psychology for Nigeria. Enugu: Great AP Express Publishers Limited, 31-41.

2)    Igbo, J. N. (2009). School Records. In M. A. Obidoa (ed). Capacity building for principals and teachers. Ebonyi State University Abakiliki In Collaboration with Ebonyi state Universal Basic Education Board. Enugu: Immaculate Publication Limited, 16-21.
3)    Igbo, J. N. (2010). Stealing & Kleptomania. In M. A. Obidoa & 1. C. S. Ifelunni (eds). Counseling Youths in Contemporary Nigeria. Nsukka: Chuka Educational Publishers. 185-195.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
4)    Igbo, J. N. (1999). Disruptive behaviour among pre-primary and primary school pupils in Nsukka Urban Area of Enugu State of Nigeria. African Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2(1), 1-11.

5)    Igbo, J. N. (2005). Types, causes and remedies of deviant behaviour among secondary school students in Imo State. The Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education (JARSE), 3(3), 83-8 8.

6)    Igbo, J. N. (2006). Identification of intervention packages for remediation of mathematics disability in children. Journal of Home Economics Research, 7 (Special edition) 222-228.

7)    Igbo, J. N. (2006). Effect of peer tutoring on mathematics disability: Remediation for primary school children. Journal of Nigeria Council of Educational Psychologists 3(1), 24-31.

8)    Igbo, J. N. (2006). Parenting and deviant behaviour of adolescents. Journal of Educational Foundations (JEF), 3.97-109.

9)    Igbo, J. N. (2007). The context and implications of disruptive behaviour in preprimary school: A study in Nsukka urban of Enugu State. International Journal of Education Planning and Administration. (IJEPA) 1(3), 45 — 57.

10)     Igbo, J. N. (2008). Management strategies for reducing retirement problems in Enugu State of Nigeria. Journal of Educational Foundations (JEF). 5(1), 133-142.

11)     Igbo, J. N. (2008). Peer tutoring as a strategy for enhancing reading disability in primary school children. Journal of Childhood Primary Education 5(1) 195-201.

12)     Igbo, J. N. (2008). Students’ perception of motivation as an instrument for creativity in teaching Educational Psychology among University students. Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER) (9) 340-347.

13)     Igbo, J. N. (2009). Peer tutoring and gender factor in the mathematics achievement of learning disabled children. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education 6(1) 127-135.

14)    Igbo, J. N. (2009). Psychological factors, awareness and ageing among elderly people in Enugu State. International Journal of Educational Research (INJER) 9(2)99-106.

15)    Eze, J. U., Obidoa, M. A. & Igbo, J. N. (2010). HIV/AIDS prevention: Students’ perception of hindrances of HIV counseling and testing (H.C.T) in Enugu State. Nigeria Journal of Research and Production (NIJOREP). 31-41.

16)    Igbo, J. N. (2010). Educational psychologists’ awareness and application of behavioural assessment techniques on depressed undergraduate students. Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER) (12), 210-217.

17)     Igbo, J. N. & Aroh. L. N. (2010). Role and levels of education for women empowerment: Psychological implications. Curriculum and Media Technology Research-Journal of CUDIMAC 2(1), 39-49.

18)    Igbo, J. N. (2011). Influence of retraining programme on primary school teachers self-efficacy and social support in teaching. Nigerian Journal of Education, Health, and Technology Research (NJEHETR) 1(2), 23-28.

19)      Ugwuanyi, L. T., Igbo, J. N. & Obiyo, N. 0. (2012). Curriculum transformation for enhancing learning needs of students with visual impairment in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. International Journal of Educational Research. 12(1), 256- 262.

20)      Onu, V. C., Eskay, M., Hassan, C., Ugwuanyi, L. & Igbo J. N. (2012). Using family support and peer tutoring in reducing truancy of schooling adolescents. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 2(10), 156-162. Impact Factor 5.05. (International Institute for Science, Technology and Education — IISTE). RHSS@iiste.org.

21)     Onu, V. C., Igbo, J. N., Obiyo, N., Eskay, M. & Ugwuanyi, L. (2012). A survey of bullying traits as perceived by schooling adolescents in Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 2(11), 19-26. Impact Factor 5.05. (International Institute for Science, Technology and Education — IISTE). RHSS iiste.org.

22)     Ugwuanyi, L. T., Onu, V. C., Eskay, M., Obiyo, N. & Igbo J. N. (2012). Effect of remedial reading instruction on word recognition problem for inclusive education in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice 3(14), 117-125. Impact Factor 7.15 (International Institute for Science, Technology and Education — IISTE). JEP@iiste.org. 

23)     Igbo, J. N. (2012). Creating positive learning environment. Journal of Science, Technology. Mathematics and Education (JOSTMED) 8(2), 23 8-250.

24)     Igbo, J. N. (2013). Perception of teachers on physiological needs and the collapse of feeding programme for access to education in primary school children. Journal of Education and Practice 4(14), 3 1-37. Impact Factor 7.15. (IISTE). JEP@iiste.org.

25)     Obiyo. N. O., Igbo, J. N. & Onu, V. C. (2013). Use of technology for students with emotional behavioural disorder (EBD) for enhancement of job opportunities. International Journal of Education, Learning and Development (IJELD) 1(1), 37-45. Impact Factor 0.7 to 0.8. www.ea-iournals.org.

26)     Onu, V. C., Igbo, J. N. & Obiyo. N. O. (2013). Assessment strategies and remediation of antisocial behaviours among schooling adolescents in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences (IJRASS) 5. 12 – 25. Impact Factor: 0.3280. www.academicexcellencesociety.com

27)     Ofoegbu, T., Obiyo, N. O., Onu, V. C. & Igbo, J. N. (2013) Curriculum transformation through social software: Psychological implications for participatory teaching and learning. International Journal of Educational Science and Research. (IJESR) Peer review quarterly 3 (4) 79 – 86.  Impact Factor 3.3864. www.tiprc.org

28)     Igbo, J. N. & Nwaka, R. N. (2013). Social competence and self esteem as predictors of adolescents’ academic performance among secondary school students in Orlu Education zone, Imo State, Nigeria. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Impact Factor: 2.015. www.asianacademicresearch.org

29)     Igbo, J. N. & Ihejiene, M. A. (2014). Gender differences, delinquent behaviours and academic achievement of secondary school students in Nigeria. International Journal of Latest Research in Science and Technology. 3, (4). Factor: 1. 979. www.mnkjournals.com/ijlrst.htm.

30)     Ezeugwu, J. O. & Igbo, J. N. (2014). Mathematics as a tool for re-branding Nigeria: Implications of difficulties in the teaching and learning of mathematics by Inexperienced Teachers in Universal Basic Education. Journal of Education and Practice. 5, (29) 63 – 72. Impact Factor: 7.15 (Institute for Science, Technology and Education IISTE). JEP@iiste.org

31)     Igbo, J. N. & Omeje, J. C. (2014). Perceived Efficacy Teacher-made Instructional materials in Promoting Learning Among Mathematics-Disabled Children. SAGE Open April – June: 1 – 6. Impact Factor 0.000 DO/:10.1177/2158244014538431sgo.sagepub.com Thomson Reuters.

32)     Igbo, J. N. (2014). Exploring stressors and stress among University undergraduates in Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research 3 (2) 17 – 20. Impact Factor: 0.3317. Thomson Reuter’s Index Journal www.theglobaljournals.com

33)     Igbo, J. N. & Nwaka, R. N. (2013). Gender, popularity, social competence and Academic Achievement of in-school Adolescents in Nigeria. Developing Country Studies, 3 (9). 91 – 98. Impact Factor: 5.45 (International Institute for Science, Technology and Education - IISTE) RHSS@iiste.org.

34)     Igbo, J. N., Okafor, R. A. & Eze, J. U. (2014). The role of socio-economic background on self-concept and Academic Achievement of In-school Adolescents in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT: IJRHAL) 2 (2) 1 – 10. Impact Factor: 1.1783. www.impactjournal.US    

35)     Mezieobi, D. I., Igbo, J. N. & Dania, P. O. (2013). Youth restiveness and National security in Nigeria. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 1 (18) 1 – 12. Impact Factor 5.05 www.asianacademicresearch.org 

36)     Etonyeaku, E. A. C. & Igbo, J. N. (2013). Job satisfaction, social behaviour and workers Attitude in the universities in South East of Nigeria. Journal of Education and Practice. 4 (25) 35 – 40. Impact Factor: 7.15 (Institution for Science Technology and Education – IISTE) JEP@iiste.org.

37)     Igbo, J. N., Onu, V. C. & Nwaka, R. N. (2013). Popularity and self-efficacy belief as correlate of academic achievement of in-school adolescents in Nigeria. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 4. (10) 1580 – 1586 Impact Factor. 3.0. www.recentscientfic.com

38)     Eze, J. U. & Igbo, J. N. (2014). Socio-psychological school services and Improvement of intellectual Functioning of Secondary School Students in Enugu Education Zone of Enugu  State, Nigeria. Indian Journal of Applied Research 4 (3) 24 – 29. Impact Factor 0.8215. Thomson Reuter’s Index Journal. www.ijar.in.

39)     Igbo, J. N. & Ihejiene, M. A. (2014). Influence of parenting styles on deviant behaviours and academic achievement of secondary school students in Garoua, Northern Cameroon. International Journal of Educational Science and Research (IJESR) 4, (5) 19 – 34. Impact Factor: 3.9678 www.journal-metrics.com

40)     Igbo, J. N. & Ekwuobi, V. IK. (2014). Exploring gender relation in the context of collaborative learning and self-efficacy of secondary school students. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences (IMPACT: IJRANSS) 2 (10), 43 – 54, Impact Factor: 1.4507. www.impactjournals.US  

41)    Igbo, J. N., Onu, V. C. & Obiyo, N. O. (2015). Impact of Gender stereotype on secondary school students self-concept and academic achievement SAGE Open. January – March. 5, 1 Impact Factor 0.00 Thomson Reuters. Doi:10.1177/2158244015573934. http//sgo.sagepub.com              


CONFERENCE PAPERS
42)      Igbo, J. N. (2007). Strategies for enhancing teaching and learning in tertiary institutions: A study of the University of Nigeria Nsukka. In B. G. Nworgu (ed). Optimization of service delivery in the Education sectors: Issues and strategies. Proceedings of a national conference held from 20th to 24th June 2006. 153 — 157.

43)    Eze, J. U., Igbo, J. N. & Obidoa, M. A. (2008). HIV counseling and testing awareness among secondary school Students in Enugu State: Psychological and counseling implications. In B.G. Nworgu (ed). Education in the Information Age: Global Challenges and Enhancement Strategies. Proceedings of First International Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka. 27-32.

44)     Igbo, J. N. & Ojukwu V. N. (2008). Extrinsic motivation as enhancement strategy for Social Studies performance among Primary School children. In B.G. Nworgu (ed); Education in the Information Age: Global Challenges and Enhancement Strategies. Proceedings of First International Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka. 41-45.

45)     Igbo, J. N. & Etonyeaku. E. A. C. (2009). Strategies for enhancing equal access to secondary school education in Nsukka urban of Enugu State. In B. G. Nworgu & E. I. Eke (eds). Nigerian Academy of Education: Access, Quality and Cost in Nigerian Education. Proceedings of the 23” Annual Congress of the Academy of Education Held at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 4th November, 2008 173-182.




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