Mrs. Obiweluozo Enuma Patience.

Department: Educational Foundations
Faculty: Education
Designation : Lecturer Ii
Email: patience.obiweluozo@unn.ng
Phone: 08064948019


Publications (Articles and Journals):

Publications: Re  Dr.  E. P. Obiweluozo 

JOURNAL PAPERS

1. Obiweluozo, E.P [2007]. Mothers’ employment and academic achievement of children In primary schools. Journal of Educational Foundations 4, 88-97.

2. Obiweluozo E.P and Ibiam J.U [2008]. Adjustment strategies of retired primary schools  teachers in Enugu State Journal of Educational Foundations 5, [2] 33-40

3. Obiweluozo, E.P (2009). Quality Assurance in the Nigeria primary schools: Environmental challenges: International Journal of Educational Research. 9. (2), 107-116.

4. Ibiam, J.U. Obiweluozo, E.P and Ugwu, G.C (2009) Integrated early childhood curriculum. implementation as a tool for the production of the total man. Journal of Curriculum Organization of Nigeria [CON] 16 (2),71-79.

5. Obiweluozo E.P (2009) Teachers’ preparedness for inclusive education at the primary school. Journal of Exceptional Children 11(1), 83-91

6. Obiweluozo E.P (2010) Competencies required by NCE teachers for Effective teaching in Primary schools in Anambra state. Journal of Nigerian Educational Research Association. 15 (1), 111-117.

7. Obiweluozo E.P (2011) Training needs of primary school teachers for the enhancement of pre-primary/early childhood care, development and education. Curriculum and  media technology research- Journal of Curriculum Development and Instructional Materials Centre (CUDIMAC) University of Nigeria, Nsukka.3 (1), 231-239

8. Obiweluozo E.P (2011) Assessment needs of pre-primary school Children for effective teaching and learning Journal of OMEP - Organization Mondiale pour L’Education Préscolaire (World Organization for Early Childhood Education) 7&8(1), 44-52 

9. Obiweluozo E.P & Onwuka E.U (2011). Peace Education in primary schools: An essential component for character development Journal of Curriculum and Instruction World Council for Curriculum and Instruction. (WCCI) Nigeria Chapter.8 (1)

10. Obiweluozo E.P (2011). Investment in early childhood care and education: challenges and prospects. Nigerian Journal of General Studies. 2(1), 286-298

11. Obiweluozo E. P (2011). Perception of primary school teachers on the use of oral Literature International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences. 3,201-210. (Impact Factor 0.4943) www.academicexcellencesociety.com.

12. Obiweluozo E. P (2011). Health and nutrition in early childhood education: A good beginning. Nigeria Journal of Education, and Technology Research (NJEHETR) 1(2), 91-99.

13. Obiweluozo E.P. (2012). Meeting young children’s learning needs through indigenous knowledge. International Journal of Institute of African Studies University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 9 (1&2). 512-527.

14. Obiweluozo E.P (2012) Teachers’ understanding of the characteristics of young children for a sustainable development. Journal of OMEP: Organization Mondiale pour L’Education Préscolaire  :World Organization for Early Childhood Education. 9 (1). 1-13

15. Obiweluozo E.P, and Omotosho M.M. (2013) Enhancing listening in children for effective teaching and learning in primary schools: An empirical report from a Nigerian experience. Journal of Scientific and Academic Publishing. 3 (5), 262-266. http://journal.sapub.org/edu 

16. Obiweluozo, E.P. and Omotosho, M.M. (2014) Strategies for enhancing language development as a necessary foundation. Journal of Education and Practice. 5 (5), 147-155. (Impact factor .0765) www.iiste.org.

17. Obiweluozo E.P, and Chigbu, R.N. (2015) Childs safety in the home: Implications for Parents. Journal of Research & Practice in Childhood Education. 1 (2), 87-102.

18. Obiweluozo E.P, and Ajala, E.O. (2015) Parent education: A platform for enhancing children’s 2-development. Journal of Research & Practice in Childhood Education. 1 (2), 199-211.

19. Obiweluozo, E. P. (2015). Organization classroom space for pre-primary School children. International Journal of Educational Research. Official Journal of Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 14(2), 252 – 260.

20. Obiweluozo, E. P. and Nosike, U. C. (2016). Parental roles in promoting creativity in young children. Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education.  2(1) 61 – 71.

21. Obiweluozo, E. P., Alike, G. U., Njoku, O. C. and Dike, I. C. (2016). Use of experiential learning  for effective teaching and learning in primary schools in Anambra State.  Journal of Research and Practice in Childhood Education. 3, 295 – 304.

22. Onuigbo, L. N., Eze, U. N. and Obiweluozo, E. P. (2016). School adjustment of child with Autism in regular early childhood schools. The Social Sciences Medwell Journal. 11 (8) 1378 – 1386. www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.phd?=21100212600tip=sid&clean=0  

23. Obiweluzo, E. P., Dike, I. C., Ohia, N. C. and Ebizie, E. N. (2016). Utilisation of social skills for friendship making among primary school children . European Journal of Scientific Research. 142 (2) 163 – 165 – 171. http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com 

24. Ugwu, G. C., Nwakaibie, K. E., Obiweluozo, E. P., Ifelunni, C. O., Onwurah, C., and Onuorah, A. (2016). Influence  of family structure on children’s motivation to learn and academic achievement in the Nigerian school environment. European Journal of Scientific Research.141 (3) 252 – 263. http://www.europeanjournalofscientificresearch.com 

25. Obiweluozo, E. P., Oraelosi, C. A., and Dike, I. C. (2017). Classroom management and effective learning environment for primary school children. The Educational Psychologist. Journal of the Nigeria Council of Educational Psychologists (NCEP). 11(1).

26. Obiweluzo, E. P., Abiogu, G. C., Ugwu, G. C., Ebizie, E. N. and Onwuka, C. C. (2017). The need to value being a child: implications for parents and teachers. European Journal of Social Sciences. 54 (4) 500 – 507.  http://www.europeanjournalofsocialsciences.com/ 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS OF STAFF IN JOURNAL (2010- 2011)

STAFF

S/N RESEARCHER(S) TITLE JOURNAL VOLUME/YEAR

1 Obiweluozo E.P Enhancing listening in children for effective teaching and learning in Primary Schools. Nigeria Journal of Education, and Technology Research (NJEHETR) 1(2)53-58 2011

2 Obiweluozo E.P Training Needs of Primary School Teachers for the enhancement of pre-primary/early Childhood Care, development and Education Curriculum and Media Technology Research- Journal of Curriculum Development and Instructional Materials Centre (CUDIMAC) University of Nigeria, Nsukka .3 (1) 231-231 2011

3 Obiweluozo E.P Assessment Needs of Pre-primary School Children for Effective Teaching and learning Organization Mondiale pour L’Education Préscolaire(World Organization for Early Childhood Education) 7&8(1)151-160 2011

4 Obiweluozo E.P & Onwuka E.U Peace Education in Primary Schools: An Essential Component for Character Development Journal of Curriculum and instruction World Council for Curriculum and Instruction. (WCCI) Nigeria Chapter. 2011

5 Obiweluozo E.P Language as a Factor and a Necessary Foundation in Early Childhood Education. Nigerian Journal of Teacher education and Teaching.9 (1)

9 (1) 1- 14 2011

6 Obiweluozo E.P Investment in Early Childhood Care and Education: Challenges and Prospects. Nigerian Journal of General Studies 2(1) 286- 298 2011

7 Obiweluozo E.P & Onwuka E.U Competencies required by NCE teachers for

Effective teaching in primary schools in Anambra state Journal of Nigerian  Educational Research Association 2011

8

Obiweluozo E. P Health and Nutrition in Early Childhood Education: A Good Beginning. Nigeria Journal of Education, and Technology Research (NJEHETR) 1(2) 91- 99

2011

9 Obiweluozo E. P Perception of primary school teachers on the use of oral literature Intern   International journal of social science. Society for Research and Academic Excellent

2011




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