Dr. Mrs. Obiyo Ngozi Obiageli.

Department: Educational Foundations
Faculty: Education
Designation : Senior Lecturer
Email: obiyo.ngozi@unn.edu.ng
Phone: +2348059180100


Publications (Articles and Journals):

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS WITH RELEVANT DETAILS

1. Onuigbo, L. N., Obiyo, N. O., Chikelu, R. C., Eseadi, C. (2016). Parental involvement in the academic and psychosocial adjustment of children with autism. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 10(4), 202-206. www.ajbasweb.com

2. Igbo, J. N., Oboegbulem, A., Ezenwaji, I. O., Obiyo, N. O., & Ekeocha, E. (2016). Perception of learning disabled students on teachers’ teaching styles and academic achievement. Transylvanian Review, 24 (10), 2677-2685. http://www.centrudestudiitransilvane.ro

3. Obiyo, N. O., & Adaka, T A. (2016). Factors associated with the expression of giftedness among primary school pupils in Onitsha South Nigeria: Implications for special needs education. Journal of the National Association for Exceptional Children.18 (1) 161- 173.

4. Adaka, T. A. Ugo, E. A. & Obiyo, N. O. (2016). From millennium development goals (MDGS) to sustainable development goals (SDGS): The desires of persons with disabilities. Journal of the National Association for Exceptional Children. 17,153- 160.

5. Igbo, J. N., Onu, V. C., Obiyo, N. O. (2016). Effect of pictorial instruction on pupils with Mathematics disability in inclusive classrooms. Kasmera Journal http://www.kasmerajournal.com/index.h 47-64.

6. Obiyo, N. O. & Eze, C. E. (2015). Parental socio-economic –status as predictor of vocational aspirations of secondary school students in Nigeria: Implications for peace, curriculum planners and special educators. International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction (IJCI) 7 (2), 18-24.  http://ijci.wcci--international.org/index.php/IJCI           ISSN1562-0506     Impact 4.0

7. Obiyo, N. O., Eze, C. & Adaka, T. A., (2015). Occupation of parents as predictor of vocational aspirations of secondary school students: Implications for special needs education. Journal of the National Association of Exceptional Children, 17 (1), 123- 131.

8. 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 Journals, 3rd March, http://www.uk.sagepub.com/aboutus/openaccess.htm

9. Anyanwu, . J. I., Obiyo, N. O. & Obidoa, M. A. (2014). Age – related health problems and coping strategies of the aged in south east Nigeria. Sylwan Journal 12, 25- 41.

10. Igbo, J. N.,  Obiyo,  N.O.,  Onu, V.C.,   Eskay, M.  K. (2014).   Special education services in Nigeria: Psychological implications for Nigerian education system. Nsukka Journal of the Humanities.21 (2), 201- 210.

11. Adaka, T. A. & Obiyo, N. O. (2014). An examination of regular teachers’ self efficacy as a determinant to successful inclusion of students with disabilities. Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children 16(1), 33-40.

12. Obiyo, N. O., Etonyeaku, E.A.C. & Ofoegbu, T. (2013). The use of ICT as an integral teaching and learning tool for children with autism: A challenge for Nigeria education system. Journal of Education and Practice, 4 (23), 63-69. www.iiste.org/journal/    7.15 as impact factor

13. Obiyo, N. O. , Anyanwu, J. I. ,Ugwuanyi, L. (2013). Children with special needs in Nigeria: Do their parents have peace? Rivers Social Sciences Forum, 12 (5), 188-194.

14. Obiyo, N. O., & Udaya, J. (2013). Meeting the learning needs of children with hearing impairment in inclusive classrooms in Nigeria. The Journal of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 15 (1), 152-158.

15. Ugwuanyi, L. T., Obiyo, N. O. & Anyanwu, J. I. (2013). Total communication as panacea for students with hearing impairment in inclusive classrooms: Implications for regular teachers. The Journal for the National Council for Exceptional Children. 15 (1), 95-105.

16. Obiyo, N. O., Igbo, J. N., Onu, V. C. (2013). Use of technology for students with emotional- behavioral – disorder (EBD) for enhancement of job opportunities. International Journal of Education Learning and Development, 1(1), 37-45.www.ea-journals.org

17. Ofoegbu, T., Obiyo, N. O., Onu, V. C, Igbo. (2013). Curriculum transformation through social software: Psychological implications for participatory teaching and learning. International Journal of Educational Science and Research.1-11.www.journal.metrics.com

18. Onu, V. C., Igbo, J. N, & Obiyo, N. O. (2013). Assessment strategies and remediation of antisocial behaviors among schooling adolescents in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 5 12-25. www.academicexcellencesociety.com

19. Anyanwu, J. I. & Obiyo, N. O. (2012). Cybercrime among university undergraduates: Implication for counseling. Journal of Home Economic Research. 17, 105-115.

20. Ugwuanyi, L. T., Igbo. J. N. & Obiyo, N. O. (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.

21. Obiyo, N. O. (2012). Problems and strategies of teaching critical thinking skills as perceived  by secondary school teachers. Journal of the Nigerian Academy of Education. 8 (1), 1-15.

22. Onu, V. C. , Igbo, J. Obiyo, N. O. , Eskay, M. , Ugwuanyi, L. (2012). A survey of “bullying traits” as perceived by schooling adolescents in Nigeria. International Institute for Science, Technology and Education. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.2 (11). http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RHSS/article/view/3

23. Ugwuanyi, L. T. , Onu, V. C. , Eskay, M. ,Obiyo, N. O. & Igbo, J. N.(2012). Effect of remedial reading instruction on word recognition problem for inclusive education in Nigeria. . International Institute for Science, Technology and Education. Journal of Education and Practice. http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/RHSS/article/view/343

24. Eskay, M. Onu, V.C., Obiyo, N. Obidoa, M. (2012). Use of peer tutoring, coooerative learning and collaborative learning: Implications for reducing anti- social behavior of schooling adolescents. US- China Education Review A Education Practice 2(11), 932-945.

25. Anyanwu, J., Ofoegbu, T. Igbo, J., Obiyo, N.O.(2012). Application of e- learning as a conduit for computer crime among deviant university undergraduates in Nigeria: Psychological and counseling implications. US- China Education Review A Education Practice, 2(11), 979-985.

26. Onu, V. C., Eskay, M.K., Ugwuanyi, L. N., Igbo, J. N.N., Obiyo, N. O. (2012). Professional attributes in teacher preparation for teaching students with hearing impairment: Implications for inclusive education in Nigeria. US-China Education Review A Education Practice, 2 (1), 302-308.

27. Onu, V. C., Eskay, M. K., Obiyo, N. O., Igbo, J. I., Ezeanwu, A. B. (2012). Innovation for transformation in Nigeria University: Implication for the Production of critical and creative thinkers, US- China Education Review A Education Practice, 2 (2), 229-236.

28. Eskay, M., Onu, V., Igbo, J. N., Obiyo, N. O., Ugwuanyi, L. (2012). Disability within the African culture, US- China Education Review B Education Theory, 2 (4), 473-484.

29. Onu, V. C., Eskay, M., Igbo, J. N., Obiyo, N., Agbo, O. (2012). Effect of training in Math meta cognitive strategy on fractional achievement of Nigerian school children, US- China Education Review B Education Theory, 2(4), 316-325.

30. Eskay, M. K., Onu, V. C., Obiyo, N. O., Udaya, J. (2012). Surviving as foreign – born immigrants in America’s higher education: Eight exemplary cases, US- China Education Review B Education Theory, 2 (2) 236-243.

31. Eskay, M., Onu, V. C., Ugwuanyi, L., Obiyo, N. O., Udaya, J. (2012). Preparing teachers for special education in the United States: A reflection, US- China Education Review A Education Practice, 3 (4), 394- 406.

32. Obiyo, N. O. & Anyanwu, J. I. (2012). Status of awareness and utilization of survival strategies among retirees in Imo and Enugu States, Journal of Home Economic Research, 16, 165-174.

33. Ugwuanyi, L. T. & Obiyo, N. O. (2012). Values and challenges of assistive technology for students with hearing impairment in optimizing e- learning in Enugu. Institute of Education Journal, 23 (10), 237-249.

34. Anyanwu J. I. & Obiyo, N. O. (2012). A survey of influence of home environment on academic performance of children with emotional behavioral disorder (EBD).  The Journal of the National Center for Exceptional Children, 14 (1), 114- 124.

35. Onuigbo, L. N. & Obiyo, N. O. (2011). Perceived effect of peace education on attitude of teachers and pupils towards children with special needs in Nigerian primary schools. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 8 (1), 53-61.

36. Obiyo, N. O. (2011). “Assessment and clinical intervention for children with emotional  behavioral- disorder (EBD) in inclusive classrooms.” A Journal of the Association of Social Educators, 11 (13), 1-10.

37. Obiyo, N. O. (2011). “Classroom skills for managing incidents of maladaptive behavior and  accidents: A must for caregivers and teachers. “A Journal of the Nigerian Association of Social Researchers, 16 (12), 82-93.

38. Obiyo, N. O. (2011). “Impact of enrichment triad model as curriculum strategy for education of gifted students in a selected secondary school.” Journal of the Nigerian Association of Social Researchers, 15(1), 59-63.

39. Obiyo, N. O. & Anyanwu, J. I. (2011). Rehabilitation as a panacea for the emotional and behavioral problems of prisoners in Nigeria. Journal of Adult Education and Development, 21-31.

40. Obiyo, N. O. (2011). The emotional and behavioral problems of prisoners as they affect their rehabilitation and reintegration into the society. A Journal of the National Education Association of Nigeria. 26 (14), 94-103.

41. Obiyo, N.O. (2011). Parental and teacher awareness of factors associated with the expression of autism among primary school pupils in Nsukka Urban. The Journal of the National Center for Exceptional Children. 13(1),49-56.

42. Anyanwu, J. I. & Obiyo, N. O. (2011). Demographic correlates of adolescent crime, repercussions and remediation. International Journal of Education, Science and Public Policy in Africa 1(1), 88-98. www.globalmarkmakers.com

43. Obiyo, N. O. (2011). Effects of co- operative learning and classroom centers on the academic achievement of children in an inclusive setting. Review of Education. Institute of Education Journal, University Nigeria, Nsukka. 22 (1). 113- 119.

44. Onu, V. C., Obiyo, N. O., Agbo, O. E., & Udaya, J. C. (2011). Teachers’ perception of the effectiveness of traditional versus modern techniques of behavior modification in reducing adolescent behavior problems in Nigeria. International Journal of Institute of African Studies, 12 (1), 255-271.

45. Obiyo, N. O. & Anyanwu, J.I. (2010). Parental strategies for managing children with emotional behavioral disorder (EBD). Nigerian Social Education Review,3 (1), 180- 192.

46. Obiyo, N.O. (2010). Improving achievements of pupils with learning and behavior problems with co-operative learning in Aboh, Delta State.  Being paper published online by African Journal of Teacher Education. 1 (1) http://www.spreadcorp.org/ajote/index.html

47. Obiyo, N. O. (2010). The effects of using classroom centers in teaching and learning in selected primary schools. The Journal of the National Center for Exceptional Children. 12 (10), 125-131.

48. Obiyo, N. O. (2008). Towards adopting a formal approach to nurturing gifted children in Nigerian public schools. Social Science Education  Review . 1 (1), 155- 166.

49. Obiyo, N. O. (2008). Self application as an educational insight towards pupils with personality dimension problems. Educational Horizon. 15 (10) 92- 95.

50. Obiyo, N. O. (2008). The efficacy of self regulation as a learning strategy on conduct and social disorder of pupils. Journal of Education for Professional Growth. 4 (1), 256- 260.

51. Obiyo, N. O. (2008). Co-operative learning- effective teaching program and implementation in the classroom. Today’s Education, 11 (2), 146- 154.

52. Obiyo, N. O. (2007). Effects of co- operative teaching strategy on children with emotional- behavior- disorder (EBD). A Journal of the National Education Association of Nigeria, 33 (7), 126- 133.

BOOK OF PROCEEDINGS

1. Obiyo, N. O. & Onuigbo, L. N. (2011). School climate and students’ self efficacy beliefs as factors for social inclusion of children with special needs in Nigeria. Being paper published in the Book of Proceedings for the 55th International conference organized by the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) World Assembly at University of Glasgow (School of Education) Scotland.


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