Dr. Adedapo, Adeyemi

Adedapo, Adeyemi

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Lecturer I

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08033910680

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Dr. Adeyemi Adedapo is a Lecturer and Faculty of Education Examination Officer.  He holds B.Ed (Educational  Management/Economics), M.Ed in Educational Technology, M.Ed in Curriculum Instruction and PhD in Educational Technology.  His previous experience: He was appointed as Assistant Lecturer (Educational Technology) in May, 2002 at the Oyo State (now Emmanuel Alayande) College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State and rose to the rank of a Principal Lecturer in 2015. He left the College in October, 2017 and transferred his service to National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos as a Lecturer I. He has published several articles in reputable journals both National and International. He has contributed to chapters in books and co-authored a book. He is a member of many professional associations such as, NAEMT (now EMTAN), E-learning Network of Nigeria, Association for Improved Educational Practice. He is a regular conference attendant. 

 

 

  • Examination Offier, Faculty of Education
  • Examination Officer, Department of Educational Foundations 
  • Member, Course Allocation Committee
  • Member, Course Registrable Committee
  • Setting of Questions – TMA, POP, FBQ & MCQ
  • NOUN Subject Officer
  • Facilitation of Postgraduate Programmes
  • Supervision of Teaching Practice
  • Supervision of Student Project Works
  • Research
  • Chair, Sub-Committee on Protocol, Security and Transport for the 1St FOE International Conference
  • ICT and DistanceEducation 
  • Instructional Technology
  • Teaching Innovations with the use of appropriate technologies
  • Microteaching

 

 

  1. Salawu, I. O., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2001). “Perception of private secondary school teachers to the provision of teaching facilities in schools3in Economics”. Ilorin Journal of Education, Vol. 24, 72-79.
  2. Afolabi, A. O., Adedapo, Y. A., & Adeyanju, O. L. (2005). Why college teachers do not use ICT facilities in teaching. Journal of e-Learning, 1(1), 25-39.
  3. Falade, A. A., Ishola, A .F., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2007).  Teacher education  and successful utilization of Information and Communication Technologies. JOWICE, 11(1), 102-104. 
  4. Omoniyi, O. K., Adeyanju, O. L., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2007). “An investigation of  availability and utilization of instructional media in colleges of education in Oyo State. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, Vol. 13. No. 1, 123-128.   
  5. Afolabi, A. O.,  Adedapo, Y. A., & Olasedidun, O. K. (2008). “The importance of the Centre for Educational Technology in the training of NCE teachers”.   SPED JOWICE, Vol. 2, No.1, 29-33.
  6. Adedapo, Y. A., Nwosu, L. U., & Ibitoye, W. A. (2009).  “Influence of video compact disc on teaching learners with hearing impairment spelling mistakes”. The Exceptional Child, Vol. 11, No. 2, 397-405. 
  7. Adedapo, Y. A. (2009).  “Utilization of educational games in pre-primary schools in Oyo State”.The Journal of Early Childhood and Special Education, Vol. 1, No. 1, 52- 62.
  8. Afolabi, A. O., Afolabi, R.A., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2010). ”Integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into primary education system in Nigeria: How sincere is government?” Journal of Educational Media and Technology, Vol. 14, No. 1, 73-76.
  9. Afolabi, A. O., Adeyanju, O. L., & Adedapo, Y. (2010).  “Media utilization for effective implementation of Universal Basic Education programme in Nigeria”. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, Vol. 14, No. 2, 13-16.
  10. Olasedidun, O. K., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2011). “Primary school teachers’ perception about Computer and its usage in Oyo township”. The Primary School Educator,  Vol. 5, 28-35.
  11. Adedapo, Y. A. (2012).  Effective use of instructional resources for attainment of educational objectives in primary Mathematics teaching. Oyo State Journal of Mathematical Association of Nigeria, Vol. 3, No. 2), 107-128.
  12. Omoniyi, T., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2012).  “Effects of instructional strategies on the trainee teachers’ learning outcome in practical teaching skills”.  Journal of Education and Practice, Vol. 3, No. 8, 166-174. (United States).
  13. Omoniyi, T., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2012). “Job involvement and organizational commitment as determinants of job performance among educational resource centre personnel in Oyo State, Nigeria”. Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, 195-206.
  14. Adedapo, A. (2014). “Adapting teaching to suit learners’ learning style preferences in the present day classroom”. Journal of Education in Developing Areas, Vol. 22, No. 1, 267-274.
  15. Adedapo, A. (2014). “Effect of Micro-teaching modes and learning styles on pre-service teachers’practical teaching performance”. Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education, Vol. 10, No. 2, 138-150.
  16. Omoniyi, T., & Adedapo, A. (2014). “ Effective integration of Information and Communication Technologies into teacher education in Nigeria”. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, Vol. 18, No. 1, 140-146.
  17. Adedapo, A., & Adeyanju, O. L. (2014). “Factors related to the use of interactive whiteboards in instruction as perceived by primary school teachers in Oyo State”. Lagos Education Review, Vol. 14, No. 2, 11-18.
  18. Bolaji, Y. O., Adedapo, A. & Ojogwu, N. (2016).  “Impact ogf graphic organizer as a teaching tool in enhancing social skills among children with Asperger syndrome in Ogun State”. Educational Perspectives, Vol. 11, No. 2, 73-82.
  19. Adedapo, A. (2016). The place of Computer Games in Early Childhood Education. Journal of Education in Developing Areas,  Vol. 24, No.2, 346-352.
  20. Adedapo, A. (2017). ”Media technology exposure  and the Nigerian primary school children”. NOUN Journal of Education, Vol. 7, 66-72.
  21. Adedapo, A. (2018). “Application of instructional media for effective instructional delivery in the 21st  century higher education”. Journal of Education in Developing Areas. Vol. 26, No. 2, 501-506.
  22. Adedapo, A. (2018). “Comparative Analysis of Teaching Practice Scores from Live and Videotaped Lessons of Student Teachers by Three Categories of Assessors”. Educational Perspectives, Vol.13, No. 1, 85-94.
  23. Adedapo, A. (2019). “Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Educational Technology in the Era of Economic Recession for Social Reforms in Nigeria”. Niger Delta Journal of Education, Vol. 11, No. 1, 257-263.
  24. Adediran, O.A. & Adedapo, A. (2019). “Gender Differences in Social Interaction Skills of Pupils with Autiusm Using Token Economy and Video Modelling Strategies”. Niger Delta Journal of Education, Vol. 11, No. 2: 293-304. (Nigeria)                                                                                                                                                                CHAPTERS IN EDITED BOOKS:
  25. Adeyanju, O. L. & Adedapo, Y. A. (2003). Microteaching: theory and practice. In G.O. Abodunrin & D.O. Iyiola (Eds.), Foundational Courses in Education 1. (pp. 173-187).  Oyo: OYSCE Publication Series. 
  26. Adedapo, Y. A. (2004).  Teaching, teaching skills and teaching methods. In I.O. Salawu & A.O. Afolabi (Eds.), Fundamentals of Microteaching. (pp.16-22). Oyo: Odumatt Press and Publishers.
  27. Adedapo, Y. A. (2004). Teaching observation strategy. In I.O. Salawu & A.O. Afolabi (Eds.), Fundamentals of Microteaching.  (pp.70-75). Oyo: Odumatt Press and Publishers.
  28. Adedapo, Y. A. (2008).  Computer-assisted instruction. In S.A Taiwo (Ed.), Educational Technology Handbook for Teachers. (pp.62-68). Lagos: Patlove Book Publishing Co. 
  29. Adedapo, Y. A.; Afolabi, A. O. & Oyediran, O. A. (2009). Special devices in Educational Technology and their application in special education. In  A.O.K. Noah, S.O. Banjoko, N.C. Nwaboku, J.O. Adeogun, F.O. Okebukola & A.O. Abari (Eds.),  Education: Building a Sound Mind and a Sound Body. (pp.101-105). Lagos: A Publication of the Faculty of Education, Lagos State University, Ojo. 
  30. Adedapo, Y. A.; Afolabi, A. O. & Adebanjo, A. A. (2009). Enhancing qualitative teacher preparation through multimedia approach to teaching-learning process. In V.I. Aleburu, E.N. Emerole, S.A. Taiwo & A.O. Busari (Eds.), Educational Reforms and National Development. (pp.157-163). Ibadan: Glory-Land Publishing Company.   
  31. Adedapo, Y. A. (2010). Stimulus variation skill. In V.I. Aleburu (Ed.), Micro Teaching for Teachers in Training: New Approach with Practicum. (pp.43-49). Lagos:Jimsalaam Press. 
  32. Adedapo, Y. A. (2010). Instructional closure skill. In V.I. Aleburu (Ed.), Micro Teaching for Teachers in Training: New Approach with Practicum. (pp.84-88). Lagos: Jimsalaam Press.
  33. Adedapo, Y. A. (2011). Multimedia in education. In I. O. Salawu (Ed.), Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology. (pp. 40 - 48). Lagos: Patlove Publishing Co.      
  34. Adedapo, Y. A.  (2011). Video and photocopy (practical). In I. O. Salawu (Ed.) Contemporary Issues in Educational Technology.  (pp.82-90). Lagos: Patlove Publishing Co.

 

 

  1. External Moderator for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, Oyo State. (2017- to date)
  2. Facilitator during  FGN/UBEC Professional Development Capacity Building Workshops  (2004 – to date)
  3. Business Editor, Inter-disciplinary Journal of Empirical and Theoretical Studies, an official journal of Association for Improved Educational Practice (2015 – to date).
  4. Consulting Editor, Journal of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education, an official journal of School of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo. 
  5. Members of EMTAN, E-learning Network of Nigeria and Association for Improved Educational Practice.