Dr. Gabriel Chibuzor Job

Dr. Gabriel Chibuzor Job

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Acting Centre Director, Port - Harcourt Study Centre

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Dr. Gabriel Chibuzor Job was born on the 25th January, 1963 in Rumuodo- Rumuekini Town Obio/Akpor LGA of Rivers State. He attended the State Primary School, Rumuekini/Rumuosi between 1971-1976. County Grammar School Ikwerre/Etche for his secondary education 1976- 1981. University of Ibadan, Rumuorlumini Campus- between 1986- 1990- (B. Ed English). University of Port-Harcourt – 1993-1996 (M. Ed Educational Technology) and University of Uyo -2005- 2010 (Ph. D Educational Technology). Dr. Job, G. C has worked in diverse positions before joining the academic environment. Between 1981-1984 – Store Record Clerk –O. C. C (Nig) Ltd. 1985 – 1986 – Finiance Officer- Mascot Services. 1990/1991 Senior Tutor- Yagba local Government Secondary School, Ejigba- KOgi State. 1993/4 –Special Assistant to the Executive Chairman- Obio/Akpor- on Education Matters. 1995 – Education Secretary Obio/Akpor LGEA, 1997- Education Secretary – Etche LGEA, 1998-9- Education Secretary Emohua LGEA. 2001-2003 Special Assistant to the Executive Chairman – Obio/Akpor  LGA- on Land Matters. 2003- 2010 CEO – Omarim Agencies. 2011 till date Lecturer NOUN. Currently Acting Centre Director, Port-Harcourt Study Centre, Ozuoba, along NTA road.

 

 

 

Day-to-day administration of Port-Harcourt Study Centre.

 

 

 

  • INNOVATIVE INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING
  • ANDRAGOGICAL LEARNING
  • MEDIA IN EDUCATION
  • TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
  • EMERGING CONSTRAINTS FOR LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS
  • IMPACT OF INSERVICE TRAINING
  • GENDER DIFFERENTIALS IN EDUCATION
  • IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT ON TEACHING AND LEARNING. AND SO ON.

 

 

 

      ( a)  Theses and Dissertation

  • Job, G. C. (1996).  The Correlation between working Conditions of Teachers and

         the Academic Performance of English Language Teachers in Obio/Akpor  

         LGA.  A Thesis submitted to Faculty of Education, University of Port-Harcourt

         for award of Master of Educational Technology.

  • Job, G. C. (2010).  Effects of Concept Mapping teaching Strategies on

         Academic Performance and Retention of SS II English Language Students

         in Rivers State.  A Ph. D Dissertation submitted to University of Uyo.

 

      (b) Books and Chapters in Books

  • Samuel, J & Job, G. (2011). Micro Teaching at a Glance. Joe Mankpa

           Publishers; Owerri.

  • Job, G. C & Wale, A (2013). ODL 713: Design and Development of Open and

          Distance Learning Media (3 credit units). National Open University of

          Nigeria, www.nou.edu.ng

 

      Chapter in Book

  • Job, G. C. (2011). Concept Mapping Instructional Strategy: in  Adeyemi  & Awe

         (Eds).  Rebranding Nigerian Educational System.  National Open University

         of Nigeria.   Pp 444-455.

  • Salawu, I. O., Job, G. C., Jeremiah, S. C. (2013).Transformation of Students’

        Teaching Practice Assessment Through the Electronic Media: in I. O.

        Salawu, A. I. Ikeotuonye & J. O. Inegbedion (Eds). Perspectives on Nigerian

        Education. Pp 102 -114

 

      (c) Journal Articles

  •  Ushie, B .C., Okworo, G. S, & Job, G. C. (2009).  Academic Staff Characteristics

       and the Use of Internet Services in Federal College of Education in North

       Central Nigeria. African Educational Research Network. The African

       Symposium Vol. 9, No1.

  • Job, G. C., Ado, I.B., & Okworo, G.S. (2009). Effect and Utilization of E-Mail in

         Open University Learning System on Attainment of Educational Goals in

         South-South Nigeria. Journal of Educational Technology and Instruction

         (JETI). Vol.1, No.1. pp 26- 30.

  • Ushie, B. C., Job, G. C. & Udosen, V. (2007).  An Overview of Educational

         Broadcasting in Nigeria.  Journal of the Department of Arts & Social

         Science Education, University of Jos, Jos.  Pp213 -222.

  • Job, G. C. (2011). Influence of Emerging ICTs on Academic Staff Attitude in

         Nigeria South-South tertiary Educational Institutions. Journal of the

         Faculty of Education. Vol. 2, No. 1. PP 25-31.

  • Job, G.C (2012). Educator’s Instructional Delivery Strategy: A Global Challenge

         To learners’ Academic Performance. Journal of Pedagogical Thought.

         Vol.9, PP35-44.

  • Job, G. C. & Salawu, I. O. (2013).  Philosociomics Dimensions of Information and

        Communication Technology in Open - Distance Learning in Nigeria. Journal

        of Educational Media and Technology (JEMT); Vol. 17, No. 1. Pp 41 -49

  • Job, G. C (2014). Gender and Students’ Academic Performance and Retention

         in English Language in Rivers State using Concept Mapping Instructional

         Strategy. NOUN Journal of Education.  Vol.1, No.1, Pp 36 -44.

  • Job, G .C. (2008).  Merging the Emerging Information Communication Technologies in  Nigeria Tertiary Institution:

          Prospects and problems. Nigeria Journal of Computer Literacy (NICL).  Vol.9, No.1, Pp 33 – 44.

  •  Job, G. C (2013). The Challenge of Ensuring Quality in Courseware Material

          Preparation in Open and Distance Education. Journal of Educational

          Studies and Management. Department of Educational Studies and

          Management, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Vol. 1. No. 1. Pp77- 89

  • Job, G .C.(2014)  Integration of Information and Communication Technology

          Into Teaching and Learning activities: A Panacea for Nigeria’s

          Educational System for 21st Century Challenges. West African Journal of

          Open and Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL) Vol.3, No2, Pp107 – 118.

  • Job, G. C., Ushie, B. C. & Okororo, G. S. (2010).  Concept Mapping Teaching

          Strategy: It’s Effect on SS2 Students Achievement and Retention in English

          Language in Rivers State. Journal of Educational Media and Technology

          (JEMT).  Pp 133 -141.

  • Job, G .C. & Ogundowole A. (2015).  Effects of Improvised Materials on the

         Academic Performance and Retention Ability of SSII Biology Students in

         Lagos State.  Journal of Educational Foundation and Development.

         Faculty of Education, University of Benin.  Vol.1, No.2, Pp 99 -109.

  • Job, G. C. (2015). Instructional Design for Andragogical Learners:  Re-positioning

          Today’s Distance Leaners for a Digital Society.   African Journal of Cross-

          Cultural Psychology and sport Facilitation (AJCPSF).  Vol. 17. 

  • Job, G .C. & Clark, Antonia O. (2015).  Open and Distance Learning (ODL):

         Emerging Challenges of Growing Capacities for Sustaniable Distance e-

         Learning in Nigeria.  International Journal of Education, Humanities & Multi

         Disciplinary Research.  Pp 132 -150.

  •  Job, G. C. (2014). The Global Quest for Access to Qualitative Education and

          The Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Method:  The Nigeria Progress and

          Experience via National Open University of Nigeria.  ICDE International

          Conference Proceedings, Part I, Moscow.  Pp 198 -210.

  • Job, G .C. & Fatimayin, F. F.(2015).  Andragogical Thoery in Open and Distance

         Learning:  How Relevant for Students of National Open University of

         Nigeria?  International Journal of Research in Science, Technology and

         Mathematics Education (IJRSTME). Vol.3, No.2, Pp 205 -216.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • NAEMT
  • ACDE
  • ICDE