Prof. Chris Ejike Nnadi

Chris Ejike Nnadi

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Christopher Ejike Nnadi is from Orba in Udenu LGA of Enugu State. He had his University Education at University of Nigeria, Nsukka from where he obtained his first and second degrees (B.A Education/Religion in 1988 and M.A in African Traditional Religion in 1991). He got an appointment as an Assitant Lecturer in ESUT on 1st June 1992 and was deployed to the General Studies Division. Had his M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction in 2005 and Doctor of Philosophy in the same Curriculum and Instruction in 2010 both from Esut. Rose to the rank of a Professor in Curriculum and Instruction on 1st October, 2012. Offered appointment as a Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the Faculty of Education in NOUN on July, 2016 and assumed duty on 1st November, 2016 as a Director of Opi Community Study Centre. Presently, Prof Chris Ejike Nnadi is the Director of Umudike Study Centre in Abia State. Chris Ejike Nnadi is happily married to Barr. Mrs Jacintha Nnadi and the marriage is blessed with three children, two boys and a girl.

 

 

  • Director

 

 

  • Curriculum and Instructions

 

 

        BOOKS

  1. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Entrepreneurship: A Link Between Learning and Earning. Enugu: His Glory Publication.
  2. Nnadi, C.E. and Maduagwu, N.E. (2013). A Link Between Learning and Earning. Enugu: His Glory Publication.                                                                           EDITED BOOKS
  3. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living: Enugu: His Glory Publications.
  4. Nnadi, C.E., Ezeugwu, E.C. (2012). Conflicts Prevention and Management Strategies. Enugu: His Glory Publications.
  5. Nnadi, C.E., Ezeugwu E.C. and Udabah C.U. (2012). Philosophy and Human Existence. Enugu. His Glory Publication.                                                               BOOK CHAPTERS
  6. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Environmental Cleanliness Implication for Healthy Living in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 22 – 27.
  7. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Environmental Pollution and its health Hazards, in Nnadi, C.E. (Ed.). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 28 – 45.
  8. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Ecosystem and Society in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 59 – 65.
  9. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). The Family as the First Health Education Unit, in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.). health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 66 – 78.
  10. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Aids and HIV Pandemic, in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 90 – 95.
  11. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Reproductive Health Education, in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.). Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 96 – 103.
  12. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Diseases Associated with Blood, in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.) Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 182 – 190.
  13. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Benefit of Routine Exercise, in Nnadi C.E. (Ed.) Health Awareness and Environmental Education. A Guide for Healthy Living; Enugu. His Glory Publication 204 – 209.
  14. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Conflict An Incubation Stage for Crisis, in Nnadi, C.E. and Ezeugwu Eva C. (ed.) Conflict Prevention and Management Strategies; Enugu: His Glory Publications 9 – 22.
  15. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). The Role of Religion in Achieving Sustainable Peace and Conflict Resolution in Nigeria, in Nnadi, C.E. and Ezeugwu E.C. (Ed.). Conflict Prevention and Management Strategies. Enugu: His Glory Publications. 127 – 142.
  16. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Oath Taking and Covenant: Strategies for Conflicts Prevention and Reconciliation Strategies in Indigenous African Society of Igbo Extraction, in Nnadi C.E. and Ezeugwu, E.C. (Ed.). Conflict Prevention and Management Strategies, Enugu: His Glory Publications 164 – 174.
  17. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Philosophy: The Foundation of Human Existence, in Nnadi C.E., Ezeugwu E.C. and Udabah, C.U. (Ed.) Philosophy and Human Existence; Enugu His Glory Publications 99 – 108.
  18. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Philosophy: The Foundation of Science, in Nnadi C.E., Ezeugwu E.C. and Udabah C.U. (Ed.). Philosophy and Human Existence. Enugu: His Glory Publications. 109 – 116.
  19. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Philosophy and Education, in Nnadi, C.E., Ezeugwu E.C. and Udabah C.U. (Ed.) Philosophy and Human Existence. Enugu: His Glory Publications. 117 – 127.
  20. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Philosophy and Religion, in Nnadi C.E., Ezeugwu E.C. and Udabah C.U. (Ed.) Philosophy and Human existence. Enugu: His Glory Publication. 128 – 171.
  21. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Curriculum Framework for Repositioning Adult and Non-formal Education for Functionality, in Maruff Akinwale Oladejo (ed.). Current Thoughts on Nigerian Education. Ibadan: A Publication of the Society for Promoting Research, Education and Academic Development (SPREAD) 127 – 139.
  22. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Influence of Teacher Mobility on Implementation of UBE in Primary Schools, in SGN Eze, Adagba Okpaga and A.N. Onuorah (Ed.) Issues and Challenges in Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. Onitsha: West and Solomon Publishing Company. 113 – 134.
  23. Nnadi, C.E. (2017). Nigerian Entrepreneurship Environment in Onoh B.C.E.C, Orga, C.C and Abraham, D. (Ed.) Introduction to Entrepreneurship Development. (Theory) A publication of the Entrepreneurship Development Centre, (EDC) Enugu State University of Science and Technology 51-70.
  24. Abraham, D.O. and Nnadi, C.E. (2017). Ethics and Reward of Entrepreneurship in Onoh B.C.E.C, Orga, C.C and Abraham, D. (Ed.) Introduction to Entrepreneurship Development. (Theory) A publication of the Entrepreneurship Development Centre, (EDC) Enugu State University of Science and Technology 205-226.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     JOURNAL ARTICLES
  25. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Education: Advocacy for Balancing gender disparity framework for enhancing the attainment of millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Nigeria. Journal of Resourcefulness and Distinction (JORESDIS). 2(1) 135 – 143.
  26. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Innovation approach to Primary School Curriculum: A Strategy for curbing unemployment in Nigeria. Journal of CUDIMAC 4(1) 176 – 184.
  27. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Teacher’s Perception of Inclusion of HIV/AIDS in the School Curriculum. Journal of Research in National Development. 10(2b) 238 – 242.
  28. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Re-engineering Primary School Curriculum for Employment and Self-productivity in Nigeria. A Multi-disciplinary Journal 26(2) 8 – 14.
  29. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Reflection on Security Challenges in Nigeria: Citizenship Education as a Panacea. ASUU-ESUT Journal 1(1) 185 – 189.
  30. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Teachers’ Perception of Inclusion of Environmental Education into Primary School Curriculum as a Panacea for the Spread of AIDS Pandemic among Primary School Pupils in Enugu State. Nigerian Journal of health education; 16(1) 279-290.
  31. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Engendering Quality Assurance in Curriculum Implementation in Secondary Schools in Enugu State through e-learning. Lit Academic Journal (LITAJ) (1) 58 – 63.
  32. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Entrepreneurship Education for Youth Empowerment for National Development. ESUT Journal of Education 5(3) 115 – 124.
  33. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Improving the Quality of Instructional delivery through the application of information and Communication Technology in Secondary Schools in Enugu State for Quality Assurance. The Librarian and Information Management Journal  5(1) 1 – 13.
  34. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Inclusion of Entrepreneurship Studies into General Studies Curriculum for Youth Empowerment for Sustainable National Development. African Journal of Education and Information Management 13(1 & 2) 59 – 65.
  35. Nnadi, C.E. (2012). Human Resources Development in Nigeria: The Role of Dynamic Higher Education and Emerging Challenges. The Intuition Vol. 4(1) 20 – 32.
  36. Nnadi, C.E. (2013). High Mobility in Teaching Profession and its Implication on Curriculum Implementation in Primary Schools in Enugu State. World Educators Forum Vol. 1(1).
  37. Nnadi, C.E. (2013). Empowering Women Through an all Embracing Education for Sustainable Development. IJOGERD International Journal of General Research and Development. Vol. 1(1) 170 – 189.
  38. Nnadi, C.E. (2013). Peace Education and Sustainable National Development. Journal of Reflective Thinking Vol. 1(1) 49 – 58.
  39. Nnadi, C.E. (2013). The Role of Information and Communication technology on Curriculum Implementation in Primary School. Journal of Qualitative Education. Vol. 9(3). 90 – 97.

 

 

  1. Member, General Studies Curriculum Review Committee
  2. Member, University Curriculum Committee
  3. External Examiner, Departments of Social Sciences and religion, Ecumenical Education, Thinkers Corner, Enugu.
  4. External Examiner, Department of Social Sciences, and Religion, Federal College of education, Eha Amufu.
  5. Member, Exam Ethics Marshal International.
  6. Member, Editorial Board of International Journal of General Research and development, Federal Polytechnic, Oko.
  7. Chairman, World Educators Forum
  8. Member, Editorial Board of Resourcefulness and Distinction.

 

 

 

  1. 8th Annual National Conference of the Association for Encouraging Qualitative Education in Nigeria. Education and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigerian Education System: Journey So far. Held at EBSU Abakaliki. Date 14th – 18th May, 2012. (The Role of Information and Communication technology on Curriculum Implementation in Primary Schools (published).
  2. 17th National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Health Educators (NAHE) on Environment and Health. Held at Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Agbani, Enugu State. From June 13th – 16th, 2012 (Teachers’ Perception of Inclusion of Environmental Education into Primary School Curriculum as a Panacea for the Spread of AIDS Pandemic among Primary School Pupil in Enugu State. (Published).
  3. Entrepreneurship Directors’ Conference organized by: Kwara State University, Malete. June 25 – 29, 2012. (Participant).
  4. 2nd International Conference organized by West and Solomon Corporate Ideals Limited in Association with National Association for Research Development (NARD). On Education and Human Resources Development in Africa. Venue: University of Uyo, from Monday 10th – Friday, 14th Sept. 2012. (Human Resource Development in Nigeria: The Role of Dynamic Higher Education and Emerging Challenges. (Published).
  5. 3rd Annual National Conference of the School of General Studies of Federal Polytechnic, Oko with theme Meeting the Challenges of Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Venue: Federal Polytechnic, Oko Auditorium from 18th – 21st Sept. 2012. (Empowering Women through an all Embracing Education for National Development. (Published).
  6. International Conference of the collaboration of Education Faculties in West Africa (CEFWA) on best practices in Education held at Ibrahim Badamosi Babandiga University, Lapai, Niger State. Date: 25th – 27th Sept. 2012. (Utilization of Information and Communication Technology on Curriculum Implementation in Secondary Schools in Enugu State for Quality Assurance. (published in 2013).
  7. 4th Annual Faculty Conference of the Faculty of Business Studies on Entrepreneurial Education, Capacity Building and Sustainable Development in Nigeria. At Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt. Date: 16th – 18th October 2012. (Entrepreneurship Education: A Paradigm Shift from Collar Job Mentality. (Published in 2013).
  8. 3rd National Conference on “Education as a veritable Instrument for National Transformation”. Held at Faculty of Education, ESUT. Date 22nd – 26th October, 2012. (Entrepreneurship Education for youth Empowerment for National Development (Published).
  9. World Educators Forum, The Nigeria Chapter. Theme: Global Perspectives of Education Dilemma in Africa. Venue: Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Date: 5th – 9th Nov. 2012. (High Mobility profile in teaching profession and its implication on Curriculum Implementation in Primary Schools in Enugu State, Southeast of Nigeria (Published 2013).
  10. LIT Organization ESUT Workshop/National Conference 2012. Venue: Enugu State University of Science and Technology. From 26th – 30th November, 2012. (Engendering Quality Assurance in Curriculum Implementation in Secondary Schools in Enugu State through e-learning. (published).
  11. African Educators Enterprise Conference (AEEC) held at Lagos Business School Lekki. Theme: Taking Entrepreneurship Development beyond Boarder. From 13th – 17th Jan. 2013. (Embedding Entrepreneurship into Primary School Curriculum for Job creation. (Published online).
  12. Unique Leadership Development Workshop organized by Leadership Paradigm Consultants Ltd. Date: 29th Jan – 1st February, 2013. (Participant).
  13. Association of Nigerian Teachers (ASSONT) in collaboration with National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). Theme: Education for All - Problems and Prospects in Nigeria. From Monday 8th – Friday 12th July, 2013. (Youth Empowerment through Entrepreneurship Driven Education for sustainable Development. (Published in 2013).
  14. 8th Biennial National Conference at Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe, Anambra State. Date: 16th June – 19th June, 2015. (Delivered a Lead Paper on Education and Value Re-Orientation for Sustainable National Development).
  15. 11TH Annual National Conference Of The Association Of Nigerian Teachers (ASSONT). VENUE: Imo State University, Owerri. DATE: 18TH – 22ND JULY, 2016. Research and innovations in Education for global challenges: The way forward. (Delivered a lead paper. VENUE: Imo State University, Owerri. DATE: 18TH – 22ND JULY, 2016).