Prof. Patrick Eke Eya

Patrick Eke Eya

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I am Prof. Patrick Eya born on 10th April 1954. My first degree was in Botany/Geography while my Masters was in Educational Technology, both from the University of Ibadan. My Ph.D was in Curriculum Studies from the University of Calabar. I have taught in Secondary Schools, School of Basic Studies, College of Education and Universities. I have held several positions at the National Open University of Nigeria including serving as the Deputy ViceChancellor (Academic). Presently, I am the Director of the Regional Training & Research Institute for Distance and Open Learning (RETRIDOL).

 

 

  • Director, RETRIDOL 
  • PhD supverision 

 

 

  • Curriculum Studies
  • Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
  • Educational Technology 
  • General Education 

 

 

      Books

  1. Eya, P. E. (1999). Fundamentals of Curriculum Development Enugu: ITC Publishers.                                                                                                                  Chapters in Books
  2. Eya, P. E. The Place of Geology Education in the Teacher Training Colleges in Nigeria: The Case of Cross River: In Abegunde, M.A.A.; Adegoke, K.A. & Akande, M.O. (1987). Perspectives on Senior Secondary School Geography. Chapter 17.296-315
  3. Eya, P. E. The Relevance of the New Senior Secondary School Geography Curriculum to the Needs of the Nigeria Child: In Okafor, F.C. Jibunoh, A.R.O.; Abegunde, M.A.; Awaritefe, O.D. & Akinbode, A. (1988) The New Geography – A handbook for practicing Teachers. Chapter 7.pp. 93 – 101. Warri; Award press Ltd. 
  4. Eya, P. E. Resources for Technical Education in the Technical Colleges of Enugu State: In Obodo G.C. (1997). Stress and Crises in Science and Technology Education in Nigeria. Enugu ESUT. Pp. 125-136 
  5. Eya, P. E. & Eze, P.S.E. Review of Literature; In Eze, A.E.; Omebe, S.E. & Ezike, II. O. (1997). Foundations of Research in Education. Enugu: Institute of Education. Chapter 3, pp. 35 – 55.
  6. Eya, P. E. & Mgboh, A.M.N. Performance of Boys and Girls in Junior School Certificate Integrated Science, Mathematics and Introductory Technology. In Badmus, G.A & Ocho, L.O. (1997). Science, Mathematics and Technology Education in Nigeria: Surulere, Lagos Everlead; Printing and Publishing Company Ltd. For Nigerian Academy of Education: Chapter 25, 276 -286
  7. Eya, P. E. Historical Development of Scondary Education in Nigeria. In Achunine, R.N. (Ed) (1998). Management and Administration of Secondary Education Issues, Policies. Realities, Challenges. Owerri: total Publishers Chapter I, pp. 1-16
  8. Eya, P. E. Ene, S.E. & Ogbu, S.O. (1999). Intermediate Physical Geography (Part One) and Map Work Enugu: Glanic Ventures. Chapters 3 & 4
  9. Eya, P. E.; S.E. & Ogbu, S.O. (1999). Intermediate Physical Geography & Human Geography (Part Two) Enugu: Glanic Ventures. Chapters 7,8,9, & 10
  10. Eya, P. E. The Relevance of Micro-Teaching to Teacher Education. In Ugwu, ABC and Eze, A.E. Edition (1999). Micro-Teaching Process. Enugu: Fred-Ogah Publishers. Chapter 2
  11. Eya, P. E. & Ofoefuna, M.O. (1999). The Basics of Educational Technology: Enugu: J.T.C. Publishers. Chapters 1, 11, & 12
  12. Eya, P. E. & Ozigbo, I.G. Teaching Skills: In Ugwu, ABC and Eze, A.E. Edition (1999). Micro-Teaching Process. Enugu: Fred-Ogah Publishers. Chapter 9. 
  13. Eya, P. E. & Igbokwe, F.N. (1999). Methods in Teaching: Enugu: Pymonak Printing & Publishing Coy. Chapters I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 8
  14. Eya, P. E. (1999). Effect of Instructional Materials on the Performance of Students in Senior School Biology in Enugu. In J.O. Mogbo, Edition (1999). National Policy on Education for Sustainable Development: Issues for 21st Century Annual Conference Proceedings. pp. 310 -321
  15. Eya, P. E. System Approach to Instruction (SAI) In Nwafor, Oby & Ugwu, ABC Edition (2000). Essentials of Educational Technology. Enugu Fred-Ogah Publishers. Chapter 8.
  16. Eya, P. E. Computer Assisted Teaching – Learning. In Nwafor, Oby & Ugwu, ABC Edition (2000). Essentials of Education Technology. Enugu Fred-Ogah Publishers. 
  17. Eya, P. E. Educational Technology and Teacher Education in Nigeria. In Agwu, S.N. Edition (2001). Teaching in Nigeria: A Dynamic Approach. Enugu Chasten Ltd. Chapter 5: Pp. 72 - 81
  18. Eya, P. E. Educational Technology and Teacher Education in Nigeria. In Awgu, S.N. Edition (2001). Teaching in Nigeria: A Dynamic Approach. Enugu Chasten Ltd. Chapter 5: Pp. 72 - 81
  19. Eya, P. E. Nursery School Management and the Nursery School Curriculum. In Maduewesi E. J. (2002) Curriculum and Practice in Early Childhood Education Owerri: Cape Publisher Int’l Ltd. Chapter 9 Pp. 72 – 86 
  20. Eya, P. E. Eze, A. E. & Ani C. I. (2003) Theories and Practice of Teaching Enugu; Rojoint Communications Services Ltd. 
  21. Eya, P. E. (2004) Examination Malpractice in the Nigeria Secondary Schools; Issued Remedies. In Momoh C.S. Uche Jack – Osimiri and Umuzulike I.A. (Ed) Law Democracy and its Dividends. Enugu Snap Press Ltd Pp 541 – 550 
  22. Eya, P. E. Maduewesi E.J. & Ofoebe A. (2006) The Structure and Curriculum of Teachers Education in P. E. Eya & E.J. Maduewesi (Ed) Perspectives in Teacher Education Onitsha, West and Solomon Publishing Co. Ltd. Pp 26 – 44 
  23. Eya, P. E. & Amini M. A. (2018). Research and Innovation in Open and Distance Learning (ODL). In Joshua, M. T. (Ed) Research and Innovations in Nigerian Education. Nigerian Academy of Education (NAE) Year Book No. 10. Pp. 176 – 186.                                                                                                              Journal Articles 
  24. Eya, P. E. (1998). “The Implementation of the National Geography Curriculum for the Senior Secondary School in Cross River State”. Journal of Basic Studies (JOBS). Vol. 1 No. 1 Pp. 153-167.
  25. Eya, P. E. (1995). “The Effect of Graphic Resources on Students Performance in Senior School Certificate Geography Examination in Cross River State: Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction. Vol. 1 No. 2 Pp. 36 - 41
  26. Eya, P. E. (1995) School Inspection and Quality Control in Primary Education in Primary Education. Nigerian Journal of Technical Vocational Institution Development. Vol. IV. Pp. 127 – 134 
  27. Eya, P. E. (1995). Educational Technological and the Training of NCE Teachers in Nigeria. Journal of Studies in Education (J.S.E.) Vol. 11. No. 2 Pp. 41 - 45
  28. Eya, P. E. (1995). The Place of Women Education in National Development. Journal of Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology. Vol. 5. No. 1 Pp. 8-13 
  29. Eya, P. E. (1996). “Comparative Use of the Audio and the Audio-Visual Sensory Modalities as Instructional Techniques in Geography” Journal of Research in Science and technology Education (JRSTED) Vol. 1 No. 1 Pp. 38 - 44
  30. Eya, P. E. (1996). Mapwork and the New National Curriculum on Geography for Senior Secondary School in Nigeria. Research in Curriculum Studies. (RICS Vol. 1 No. 1).
  31. Eya, P. E. (1996). Factors Militating Against Effective Participation of Women in Science and Technology and Mathematics Education in Nigeria Journal of Technology Education. Vol. 1. No. 1 Pp. 55 - 61
  32. Eya, P. E. (1997). Resources for Teaching and Learning in Pre-Primary Schools in Enugu. Journal of Technology Education. Vol. 3 No. 1 Pp. 268-278.
  33. Eya, P. E. Iloputaife, E. E. (1997). Teachers and Students Perception of Introducing Social Studies in Nigerian Senior Secondary Curriculum. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction. Vol. 5. No. 1 Pp. 59-63
  34. Eya, P. E. (1997). Influence of Games and Models on Pupils’ Achievement in Primary Mathematics. Technology and Research Journal (TERJ). Vol. 1 No. 1
  35. Eya, P. E. (1997). Implementation of Social Studies Curriculum in the Cross River State Primary Schools: A Case for Improvement in Teacher Education. Journal of Creativity in Teaching for the Acquisition and Dissemination of Effective Learning (citadel) Vol. 1. No. 2 Pp. 259-264
  36. Eya, P. E. (1998). Environmental Education and the Social Studies Curriculum: The Case of Enugu State. Journal of Creativity in Teaching for the Acquisition and Dissemination of Effective learning (DITADEL). Vol. 2 No. 5 Pp. 168-174
  37. Eya, P. E. (1998). The Role of Pre-Primary Education Curriculum in National Development. Nigeria Journal of Curriculum and Instruction. Vol. 7 No. 1.
  38. Eya, P. E. & Onuigbo, W. I. B. (1998). Mathematical Ability in Relation to Female Medical Education. Nigerian Journal of Surgical Sciences. Vol. 8
  39. Eya, P. E. (1999). Factors Hindering Effective Implementation of the 1995 National Geography Curriculum in Cross River State. The Nigerian Geography Teachers Journal (NGTJ). Vol. 1 No. 1 Pp. 32-39
  40. Eya, P. E. (1999). Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning in the Nursery Schools. Knowledge Review. Journal of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK). Vol. 2 No. 1 Pp. 47-54
  41. Eya, P. E. (1999). Bringing Information Technology into the Classroom: Problems and Strategies. ESUT Journal of Education. Vol. 2 No. 1. Pp. 190-196
  42. Eya, P. E. (1999). Achieving Sustainable Democracy and Political Stability Through Implementation of National Policy on Education. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction. Vol. 8. No. 3. Pp. 128-132.
  43. Eya, P. E. (2000). National Policy provision on Teacher Qualification and the Teacher Preparation for Primary Education in the 21st Century Schools. Association of Teacher Educators of Nigeria Journal. Vol. 1 No. 1. Pp. 158-162.
  44. Eya, P. E. (2000). Examination Malpractice in Schools: The Counsellor’s Role. Eha-Amufu School of Education Journal. Vol. 2 No. 1 Pp. 60-65
  45. Eya, P. E. (2000). Strategies for Successful Implementation of UBE in Nigeria. Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Studies. Vol. 4. No. 1. Pp. 58-62
  46. Eya, P. E. (2000). Distance Learning and Universal Basic Education in Nigeria. National Teachers Institute. Hood Speaks. Vol. 2 No. 3. Pp. 5-7
  47. Eya, P. E. (2000). Instructional Materials for Functional Primary Education in the New Millennium. Knowledge Review. A Multidisciplinary Journal. Vol. 2 No. 1. Pp. 32-35
  48. Eya, P. E. (2000). The Extent of Primary School Teacher’s Awareness and Involvement in Universal Basic Education in Enugu Urban. International Journal of Research in Basic and Life Long Education. Vol. 1 No. 2 Pp. 350-356
  49. Eya, P. E. (2000). Attitude of Primary School Teachers Towards the use of Distance Learning System in the production of Pivotal Teachers in Nigeria. Journal of Education media and Technology (JEMT) Vol. 9 No. 1
  50. Eya, P. E. (2000). A new look at Curriculum Concept and its variable. African Journal of Information Technology (JEMT) Vol. 9 No. 1.
  51. Eya, P. E. (2000). Status of Instructional Materials in the pivotal Teachers Training Programme (PTTP) Centres in Enugu State. The Researcher: Journal of Nigerian Educational Research Reporters Association. Vol. 5 No. 1 Pp. 61 – 67 
  52. Eya, P. E. (2001). The Role of the Handicaps in National Building. ESUT Journal of Education. Vol. 4. No. 3. Pp. 10-25
  53. Eya, P. E. & Nebo, O. (2001). Evaluation of Available Instructional Materials for the implementation of the UBE Programme in Enugu Educational Zone. The Nigerian universal basic Education Journal. Vol. 1 No. 2. Pp. 27-31. 
  54. Eya, P. E. (2001). Implementation of Nomadic Education Programme in Enugu State and Nation Building. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction Vol. 10 No. 1. Pp. 31-36
  55. Eya, P. E. (2002). Global Challenges for Teachers Education. Interdisciplinary Education Journal (INTEL). Vol. 4 No. 1 Pp. 87-106.
  56. Eya, P. E. & Onwubiko S. N. (2003). Issued in Library Education in Nigeria: African Journal of Information Technology (AJIT) Vol. 7 No. 1 Pp. 138-141.
  57. Eya, P. E. (2000). Effect of Instructional Materials on the Performance of Senior Secondary School Biology Students in Enugu Metropolis, Nigeria. Pe COP Journal of Research & Practice in African Education Vol. 1 No. 1 Pp 29-34.
  58. Eya, P. E., Onuorah A. E. & Ezeh, P.S.E. (2005). Procedure for Evaluating the Guidance programme in Nigerian Secondary Schools. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. Vol. 12 No. 2, 134-139
  59. Eya, P. E. (2005). Instructional Materials Production in a Challenging Educational System. Curriculum and Media Technology Research. A Journal of CUDIMC, Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Vol. 1 No. Pp. 146-154.
  60. Eya, P. E. (2006). Role of Administrators in Curbing Examination Malpractice among secondary school students in Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Foundations. Vol. 1. No. 1. Pp. 291-301.
  61. Eya, P. E. & Onuorah A. E. (2006). Self-Management Skills: A Disciplinary Measure in Schools. Nigeria Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, Vol. 2. No. 1 Pp. 6 – 12.
  62. Eya, P. E. & Igbo R. O. (2010). Participation of Rural Women in Environmental Protection through Community Based Education Programme (CBEP) in Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (GJOHPERSD) Vol. 3
  63. Eya, P. E. (2010) Enhancing Human Capital Development through Open and Distance Learning in Nigeria LIT Academic Journal. An International Multidisciplinary Publication 1(1)
  64. Eya, P. E. (2011) Quality Assurance Mechanism in Open and Distance Learning Institutions. A Case Study of the National Open University of Nigeria. The Nigerian Academy of Education Proceedings of the 26th congress
  65. Eya, P. E. (2011) Female Technological Education and Sustainable National Development. Journal of Women in Colleges of Education (ESCET-JOWICE)
  66. Ukwueze, A. C. & Eya, P. E. (2017). Virtual Technology and Academic Counselling in Open and Distance Education in Nigeria. Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 21 (2), 52-70. 
  67. Ukwueze, A. C. & Eya, P. E. (In press). Evaluation of pen on paper examination development procedures to improve validity in open and distance education. The Communication – An Applied Journal of Open and Distance Education, Faculty of Education, University of Kashmir, India.

 

 

  1. Managing Editor – West African Journal for Open and Flexible Learning (WAJOFEL) 
  2. Consulting Editor – Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching
  3. Consulting Editor – Journal of Women in Colleges of Education (ESCET-JOWICE)
  4. Editor Journal of Institute of Education ESUT
  5. Editor-In-Chief Nigerian Journal of Research and Production (NIJOREP)
  6. Editorial Consultant. African Journal of Information Technology (AJIT)
  7. Business Editor, ESUT Journal of Education ESUJE
  8. Consulting Editor: Journal of the National Association for the Advancement of Knowledge. (NAFAK)
  9. Editor, Journal of Creativity in Teaching for the Acquisition and Dissemination of Effective Learning.