SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Education in its broadest sense provides the backdrop against which development acquires its meaning. Nigerian governments are not oblivious of this critical need for balanced and sustainable human and national development. Hence the position which is clearly articulated in the National Policy on Education, that any existing contradictions, ambiguities, and lack of uniformity in educational practice in the different parts of Federation should be removed to facilitate an even orderly development of the country. The Nigeria of our collective dream is one that is free and democratic, just and egalitarian, united, strong and self-reliant; with a great and dynamic economy, and above all, a land full of bright opportunities for all the citizens. These national goals also underline the philosophical ideals of Nigerian education, of which Teacher Education is one concrete manifestation.
Vision and Mission of Teacher Education in Nigeria
The teacher is the king-pin of quality in education. Since education has become the primary tool for the overall development of society, Teacher Education has to occupy a position of pre-eminence in the planning and organization of the modern society. This in turns demands that the Nigerian people and government make both Teaching and Teacher Education a very attractive professional pursuit. Expectedly, the mission of Teacher Education in Nigeria should, among others, include:
- Production of well-motivated teachers with high personal and professional discipline, integrity and competence for all the levels of the educational system;
- Preparation of teachers with appreciable expertise in curriculum planning, development and delivery, as well competence in research, guidance and counseling;
- Production of professionals who can combine the use of conventional teaching strategies and worlds’ unfolding ICT in the generation and imparting of knowledge, attitudes and skills;
- Continuous preparation and upgrading of teachers who can stand out for their professional competence, sense of social responsibility and commitment, to function effectively as constructive socio-economics, moral and spiritual change-agents needed to promote goodwill, peace and progress not only in the country, but also in the world of the 21st Century.
The NCE programme being a major sector of teacher education, generally aims at producing teachers with high personal and professional discipline and integrity. Teaches who are dedicated, with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes that would facilitate easy achievement of the national goals spelt out above. This is all the more important when we note the government’s decision that NCE shall ultimately be the minimum entry qualification into the teaching profession in Nigeria.
By the end of the NCE programmes, the students should be able to:-
- Discuss intelligently the main ideas that have affected and still affect the development and practice of education generally, and in Nigeria in particular;
- Examine the main psychological, health and socio-economic factors that may help or hinder a child’s educational performance;
- Study learners appropriately to determine the most effective ways of relating to them to ensure their maximum achievement;
- Professionally combine use of conventional and ICT or other innovational instructional/learning strategies in generating, and imparting knowledge, attitudes and skills;
- Develop, select and effectively use appropriate curriculum processes, teaching strategies, instructional materials and methods for maximum learner achievement;
- Broaden their intellectual perspective through the General Studies Education programme;
- Demonstrate desirable attributes in moral and character development;
- Discuss intelligently major issues affecting teacher education and the teaching professional in Nigeria;
- Identify major problems of education in Nigeria, and their corresponding solutions;
- Demonstrate proficiency in measuring and evaluating learning outcomes, as well as in carrying out appropriate research on educational problems in Nigeria.
General Admission Requirements:
- A Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC), NECO, or GCE ‘O’ Level with 5 credits at a maximum of two sittings including English Language and Mathematics, Two of the Credits must be relevant to the course the candidate wishes to offer.
- A Grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TC II) with credit or merit in five subjects including English and Mathematics. Two of the credit must be relevant to the course the candidate wishes to offer as his/her specialization.
- For candidates wishing to offer courses in Vocational and Technical Education, RSA or City and Guilds Intermediate Certificate, and the Federal Craft Training Certificate (FCTC) with credit/merit in at least five subjects, are acceptable qualifications.
- Associateship Certificate in Education awarded by an approved institution in Nigeria or abroad, is also an acceptable qualification.
- All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must enroll for and pass the selection examination organized by an accredited body such as JAMB.
- Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examinations who obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 1.5 shall qualify to be admitted into the NCE programme.
- It should be noted that some colleges may in addition to all of above, administration their own elimination tests and, interviews for some courses. This is legitimate.
Mode of Teaching:
A selection (as appropriate to the students and the topic being treated) is recommended from the following instructional strategies for teaching General Education courses. For purposes of practicalizing theory and enhancing students’ skill development it should be emphasized here, as well as under EDU 113 and EDU 214, that Lecturers are advised to discard the habit of exclusive reliance on one instructionala technique and adopt, rather the practice of using a combination of two or more techniques that match the students and content they are teaching.
For the same reasons, frequent use of demonstration teaching is highly recommended to Lecturers. Given the scope and depth of expertise involved, as well as the level of performance and quality required, Lecturers are further advised to team-teach many of the topics in this programme. Emphasis should also be placed on students’ effective use of instructional/learning materials. Among the generally accepted modes of teaching are:
- Lecture Method
- Practical, Excursions/Field trips
- Seminars, Tutorials and Group Discussion
- Correspondence Approach, Distance Education/Distance Leaving System (DLS)
- Folklore and Play Methods
- Team Teaching
- Unit Teaching and Modular Instruction
- Group and Individual Project Method/Community Service/Work Experience/Inquiry Method.
- Discovery/Inquiry Method.
- Individualized Instruction (e.g. programmed instruction, computer-assisted instruction/learning, integrated day/open day/workday) and or any other professionally recognized teaching procedure.
During: - 3 years minimum
Internship: – I year with pay – followed by registration and full certification.
Candidates for the award of NCE certificates are required, among others, to earn at least 3 credits in General Education courses, 6 credits in Teaching Practice and 18 credits in General Studies Education (totaling 60 credits in the Education component of the NCE programme) qualify for graduation, viz:
General Education 36 Credits
Teaching Practice 6 Credits
GSE 18 Credits
Total 60 Credits
The School of Education consists of the following Departments:
I. Centre for Educational Technology (CET)
II. Department of Curriculum and Instruction
III. Department of Educational Foundations
IV. Department of Educational Psychology
V. Department of English and General Studies
VI. Primary Education Department
- Department of Nursing Education
|The Centre for Educational Technology (CET) was formerly called Audio-Visual Section (AV Section) before 1982. It took -off at the inception of the College in 1967 considering its importance in the preparation of teachers. The Centre performs dual roles – teaching and servicing the academic community. The teaching role of the Centre covers courses like: Educational Technology: Theory and Practice and microteaching related courses at NCE level, Educational Technology and Information Technology and Instructional Design at Professional Diploma in Education (PDE), and many courses at the undergraduate level. The servicing role includes, acquisition, production and keeping instructional media resources to facilitate effective teaching and learning and communication in College gatherings.Admittedly, the Centre has been providing essential and unparalleled services without failing, and re-assuring the academic community of more exemplary services. Past Heads of Department/Directors of CETMrs. Janet Jackson-Oladele (HOD, AV Section) 1967-1977Mr. Bode Ogungbemile (HOD, AV Section) 1977-1978Mrs. S.O. Ogun (HOD, AV Section) 1978 – 1981
Mrs. S.O. Ogun (Director, CET) 1981 – 1986
Mr. A.O. Olukoya (HOD, CET) Sept. 1986 – Oct. 1991
Mr. A.O. Olukoya (Director, CET) 1991 – 1995
Mrs. S.O. Salisu (Director, CET) Jan 1996 – Nov, 1997
Mr. M.A.S. Olugbile (Director, CET) Nov 1997 – Nov 1999
Mr. E.O. Agugbuem (Director, CET) Nov 1999 – Jan 2002
Mrs. S.O. Salisu (Director, CET) Jan 2002 – Feb 2006
Dr. M.S. Abifarin (Director, CET) Feb 2006 – Oct. 2009
Mrs. S.O. Salisu (Director, CET) Nov. 2009 – Jan. 2012
Dr. M.S. Abifarin (HOD, CET) Jan 2012 – June 2014
Current Administrative Staff
1, OYEKOLA, A. H. Head of Department
NCE, B.Ed., M.Ed.
G.C.E., WAEC O/Level
4, ADEKOYA, EBUNOLUWA Clerk, Reprographic Section
Trade Test III, II, I
Current Academic Staff
- Oyekola, A.H. Senior Lecturer
NCE, B.Ed., M.Ed.
- Nwosu, L.U. Lecturer II
NCE, B. Sc. (Ed), M.Ed.
- Oguntunde, A.S. Lecturer II
B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D.
- Babalola, I.B. Assistant Lecturer
Current Non-Teaching Staff
- Bamigboye, A. Chief Technical Officer
- Olowoake, M.O. Maintenance Officer
- Odeyemi, N.O. Senior Foreman
- Lateef, K.O. Senior Foreman
The following courses are taught in the department for NCE and PDE programmes:
EDU 212 Educational Technology: Theory and practice
EDU 213 Microteaching Theory
PED 212 Educational Technology: Communication, Production and Improvisation
PDE 5106 Educational Technology and Information Technology
PDE 5203 Instructional Design
Curriculum and Instruction Department
The Department is one of the departments in the School of Education of the College. It has been in existence for a number of years now. Its mandate is to contribute to the overall pursuance of the vision and mission of the College by teaching the courses under it and carrying out other statutorily assigned function.
Staff of the Department;
The current staff in the department are as follows;
- Dr Nneji, N. Godfrey Chief Lecturer and Head of Department
- Dr Dosumu M. Grace Chief Lecturer
- Dr Olojede Kehinde Chief Lecturer
- Mr Olawepo Ayo Senior Lecturer
- Odunaya M Oluyemisi (Mrs) Lecturer III
- Ifarajimi M. Ayodeji (Mr) Lecturer III
- Chibueze H. Ogechukwu (Mrs) Senior Confidential Secretary
- Ezedimbu Rosemary (Mrs) Senior Clerical Officer
Courses offered in the department;
The department offers the following college wide courses
- EDU 113 Principles and methods of teaching 2 units
- EDU 122 Teacher education 2 units
- EDU 221 Curriculum studies 1 1 unit
- EDU 223 Micro Teaching 2 units
- EDU 322 Curriculum studies 2 1 unit
- EDU 311 Teaching practice 6 units
- PDE 5102 Introduction to teaching profession 2 unit
- PDE 5105 Curriculum development 2 unit
- PDE 5108 Teaching methodology 2 units
- PDE 5202 Curriculum and resources 2 units
In addition to teaching the above courses to all students in the College the department has the responsibility of coordinating teaching practice for N.C.E, Degree, and Distance Learning programs.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
List of Lecturers in the department are the following below:
- DR. AYANNUGA, O.M. H.O.D.
- DR. AMAO-KEHINDE, A.O.
- DR. ADEMULEGUN, D.O.
- MR. ADEDOKUN, J.A.
- DR. ADEYEMI, A.M. DSE
- MR. ONYEKWERE, P.E.
- MRS. ALADENUSI, O.
- MR. JEGEDE, O.V.
- MRS. OLAMIJU, K.P.
- DR. AYEOBASAN, A.A
- DR. ONIEMOLA, R.F.
- MR. OMOJUGBA, V.O.
LIST OF NON-TEACHING STAFF
- MRS. KUJORE, O. O.
- MRS. OLOYEDE F.
NCE COURSES AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT
|COURSES CODE||COURSE TITLE||CREDIT(S)||STATUS|
|EDU 112||EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (CHILD DEVELOPMENT)||2||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 124||THEORY & PRACTICE OF CHILD FRIENDLY SCHOOLS||2||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 125||EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY II (HUMAN LEARNING)||2||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 214||INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODS||1||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 222||MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION||2||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 225||INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION||1||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 322||ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY||1||COMPULSORY|
|EDU 324||INTRODUCTION TO THEORY & PRACTICE OF GUIDANCE & COUNSELING||1||COMPULSORY|
PDE COURSES AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT
|COURSES CODE||COURSE TITLE||CREDIT(S)||GROUP||WORKLOAD|
|PDE 5103||PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONA & G & C||2||PDE||10|
|PDE 5109||MEASUREMENT & EVALUATION||2||PDE/TTD||10|
|PDE 5110||EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH &STATISTICS||2||PDE||10|
DR. AYANNUGA, O. M.
HOD EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND GENERAL STUDIES
HISTORICAL INFORMATION ON DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND GENERAL STUDIES, F.C.E, (TECHNICAL), AKOKA
The department of English and General Studies came into being following the establishment of the College in 1967. Among the Heads of department t that had administered the department are
- Mrs. O.O. Arimoro
- Mr. O. Eyetsemitan
- Dr. A.O. Kayode
- Mr. E.O. Ajayi
- Dr. B.A. Manuwa
- Mr. A.O. Adesanya
- Dr. G.N. Ike-Nwafor
The need to expose students to a variety of knowledge across disciplines informed the philosophy of General Studies programme. We train NCE Students as well as post graduate diploma students to acquire communication skills and human knowledge in contemporary Issues to prepare them to meet the challenges of the society and the world adequately. This informed why the courses are compulsory or required for every student.
As a servicing department, it has achieved a lot in terms of moving the college to the level of excellence in the following areas:
- Effective Teaching of the use English Language for Communication
- Teaching students issues (national/human) around them and how to explain and critically analyse these issues to achieve maximum result
- Exposing students to acquire research skill through the use of the library.
- Teaching all PDE Students to promote professional competence.
- Developing critical thinking and imagination in solving problems of everyday life through applying Basic Mathematics
- Training Students to use computer so as to be functional in the contemporary (ICT) world.
- Supervising all levels of students on Teaching Practice
- Providing guidance to students on Research/Project
- Participating in Orientation programme for the fresh-men
- Supervising all levels of Students on Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES)
In 2010, the National Commission for Colleges of Education in conjunction with action Health Incorporated mandated the department, after an Intensive train- the- trainer workshop with our staff, to mount Family Life and Emerging Health Issues Course with technical support from Mark Arthur Foundation, America. One of the benefits of the workshop was the production of a standard text-book on various dimensions of sexual education. The text is now being adopted by many schools and Colleges of Education. Currently, the department is well staffed with experienced and competent hands who have good published materials to their credit on virtually all the courses that we teach.
Some of the lecturers in the department are Ph.D. holders while the others are working seriously to complete their thesis.
Members of Academic Staff in the Department include:
|1||Mr. Eyetsemitan, K.O||Chief Lecturer|
|2||Dr. Manuwa, B.A||Chief Lecturer|
|3||Dr. (Mrs.) Mekiliuwa, O.O||Chief Lecturer|
|4||Dr. Ike-Nwafor, G.N||Principal Lecturer (HOD)|
|5||Mr. Adesanya, O.A||Senior Lecturer|
|6||Dr. Ajaps, C.I||Lecturer I|
|7||Mrs. Ajibola, B.C||Lecturer II|
|8||Mr. Ademoyegun, F.||Lecturer II|
|9||Mr. Jimoh, O.Y||Lecturer II|
|10||Mr. Ideyi Chijioke||Lecturer III|
|11||Mrs. Anjorin-Ojewole, R.B||Lecturer III|
|12||Mrs. Bafunso, Olanike A.||Lecturer III|
|13||Miss Ikuenomore, M.O||Lecturer III|
The Non – Teaching Staff in the department:
|1||Mrs. Adetayo, O. F||Senior Typist GD. I|
|2||Mrs. Miller E.||Clerical Officer|
It is to be stated that Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka is a special kind of Education in that It is technically biased. Even though we offer English courses, it is not the same thing as regular/conventional Colleges of Education. Ours is essentially a service department that is structured to offer basic communication and social courses to students. The courses available in the department for NCE and PDE Programmes Include:
|COURSE CODE||COURSE TITLE||CREDITS||STATUS|
|YEAR ONE FIRST SEMESTER|
|GSE 111||General English I||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 112||Introduction to Library Studies||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 113||Basic General Mathematics 1||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR ONE SECOND SEMESTER||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 121||General English II||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 122||Basic General Mathematics II||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 123||Introduction to Computer Studies I||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 124||Flehi – Family Life & Emerging Health Issues||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR TWO FIRST SEMESTER||1|
|GSE 211||General English III||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 212||Basic General Mathematics III||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 213||Introduction to Computer Studies II||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR TWO SECOND SEMESTER||1|
|GSE 221||General English IV||2||Compulsory|
|GSE 222||Basic General Mathematics IV||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 223||Citizenship Education||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR THREE FIRST SEMESTER|
|YEAR THREE SECOND SEMESTER|
|GSE 321||General English V||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 322||Basic General Mathematics V||1||Compulsory|
|GSE 323||Science and Technology in Society||1||Elective|
|GSE 324||Political Economy||1||Elective|
- Total number of units available = 19
- Number of compulsory units = 18
- Number of elective units = 1
- Minimum number of units required for graduation = 18
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
Administratively, the Department of Educational Foundations has been headed from inception up to date by the following academic staff:
|S/N||NAMES OF HOD||DATE|
|1||Dr. G. Okolo (Pioneer HOD)Dr. G. OkoloDr. G. Okolo||1996 – 19982003 – 20052015 – 2017|
|2||Mr. J. U. Nwaguago||1997 – 1999|
|3||Dr. (Mrs.) S. I. AnumnuDr. (Mrs.) S. I. Anumnu||1999 – 20012011 – 2013|
|4||Dr. O. A. Kayode||2005 – 2007|
|5||Mr. Ina Omini J.||2006|
|6||Mrs. E. O. AdigunMrs. E. O. Adigun||2006 – 20072007 – 2008|
|7||Mrs. E. O. OlatejuMrs. E. O. Olateju||2008 – 20102012 – 2013|
|8||Dr. (Mrs.) O. K. OyetuboDr. (Mrs.) O. K. Oyetubo||2010 – 20112013 – 2015|
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES: The Academic programmes of the Department of Educational Foundations is currently carried on in three (3) different but related programmes, namely:
- The National Certificate in Education (NCE)
- The Professional Post-Graduate Diploma (PDE)
- Other Programmes in affiliation with some universities.
The Department of Educational Foundations does not have, or graduate students at the NCE level, as it is a service department.
The available courses for the NCE in education in the department are:
YEAR ONE FIRST SEMESTER:
|COURSE CODE||COURSE TITLE||NO OF CREDITS||STATLIS|
|EDU 111||History of Education in Nigeria||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR ONE,||SECOND SEMESTER|
|EDU 121||Sociology of Education for Junior Secondary.||1||Compulsory|
|EDU 123||Philosophy of Education for Junior Secondary||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR TWO||FIRST SEMESTER|
|EDU 211||Practicum In Classroom Management and Organisation||1||Compulsory|
|EDU 214||Introduction to Research methods||1||Compulsory|
|EDU 215||Education of special target groups||1||Compulsory|
|YEAR TWO||SECOND SEMESTER|
|EDU 224||Educational Admin, Planning and Supervision||2||Compulsory|
|YEAR THREE||FIRST SEMESTER|
|EDU 311||Teaching practice||6||Compulsory|
|EDU 325||Introduction to Adult and Non formal Education||1||Elective|
. CURRENT ACADEMIC STAFF:
I. Dr. G. Okolo ————————– Chief Lecturer and (HOD)
II. Mr. J. U. Nwagugo ——————– Chief Lecturer
III. Dr. (Mrs.) S. I. Anumnu ————– Chief Lecturer
IV. Dr. O.A. Kayode ———————— Chief Lecturer
V. Mrs. O. Olateju ———————— Chief Lecturer
VI. Dr. (Mrs.) O.K. Oyetubo ————– Principal Lecturer
VII. Mr. Femi Olaiya ———————— Senior Lecturer
VIII. Mrs. O. Olaiya ————————– Lecturer II
IX. Mrs. N. Chukelu ———————— Lecturer III
X. Mrs. E. V. Nnachi ———————- Assistant Lecturer
XI. Mrs. I. E. Kayode ———————- Assistant Lecturer
c. OTHERS/NON-ACADEMIC STAFF: The department is well serviced with competent and experienced administrative and clerical staff.
PRIMARY EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Primary Education (PED) aims at training students to become teachers with sufficient knowledge of the Primary School Curriculum, skills, attitude and methods to enable them teach the subjects of Primary 1 – 6 as contained in the National Curriculum, produced by the Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council.
- At the of the course students should be able to:
- Demonstrate familiarity with the contents of the Primary School Curriculum.
- Communicate effectively in a classroom situation.
- Teach effectively at Primary School level;
- Exhibit a working knowledge of at least one major Nigerian languages, other than mother tongue;
- Exhibit appropriate behavior in classroom management,
- Demonstrate school management skills and supervisory roles;
- Implement the curriculum, write lesson plan, and teach effectively;
- Improvise/produce instructional aids using local materials; and
- Develop the attitude to continue learning.
- Write an intelligible report of a project which he/she has undertaken
A Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSC) or G.C.E & ‘O’ Level with credits in 4 subjects (including English Language and Mathematics) at no more than two sittings.
A Grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TC II) with 4 credits or merits in 4 subjects including English and Mathematics.
All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must write and pass the selection examination organized by JAMB.
Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examination who take and succeed in a selection examination organized by JAMB are also qualified for admission.
The present scope of the Primary School Curriculum in Nigeria Covers;
- Basic Primary Science and Technology.
- Social Studies.
- Cultural and Creative Arts.
- Home Economics
- Agricultural Education
- Religious Studies (CRK/IRS)
- Physical Health Education.
- English Studies
- Computer Studies.
MODE OF TEACHING
I. Learner – Centered Approach
IV. Questioning Response
- Group/Individual projects
- Discovery/Inquiry methods
IX. Play method
XI. Excursion or Educational visits, etc.
A (model) demonstration Primary School should be established by each COE offering PED for purposes of demonstrating and practical teaching.
In 2015, Primary Education Students Association (PESA) was constituted and the first PESA week held in 2016.
Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka Primary School- Demonstration School.
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTEMNT
The department came into existence in the 2013/2014 Academic Session with 196 students with 2 Permanent Staff and 3 support Staff while Lecturers for other courses were sourced from other departments and the Secondary School.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENT
Mrs. E. O. Adigun - 2013 – 2015
Dr. Mrs. Olukemi K. Oyetubo - 2015 – 2017
|S/N||NAME||STATUS||EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION WITH DATE|
|1||MRS. ADIGUN, ENIOLA OLAJUMOKE||CHIEF LECTURER||B. L.LLBM. ED. (ADMIN & PLANNING)B.A.ED (HISTORY)|
|2||DR. (MRS.) OYETUBO OLUKEMI KOFOWOROLA||PRINCIPAL LECTURER||B.A.ED EDUC HISTORYM. ED. ADMIN & PLANNING.P.HD. ADMIN & PLANNING|
|3||MRS. O. O. AKIN-JOHNSON||PRINCIPAL LECTURER||M.ED. GUIDANCE & COUNSELLINGB.A. ED. GUIDANCE & COUNSELLINGN.C.E.|
|4||AKEREDOLU, OLUKEMI O.||LECTURER I||M.ED.- EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.M.ED – HISTORY & POLICY OF EDUCATION.B. ED – HISTORY/POLITICAL EDUCATION.N.C.E. – HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION.GRADE II CERTIFICATE|
|5||MR. ADEYINKA AYO-OLA OLABODE||LECTURER II||M.ED. (LANG EDU)B.A. ENGLISH ED.|
|6||MS. IFENATUORA THERESA NGOZI||ASSISTANT LECTURER||M.ED. GUIDANCE & COUNSELLINGBA/ED. C.R.KN.C.E.|
|7||MR. OLOWOYEYE TIMOTHY OLUWAGBENGA||ASSISTANT LECTURER||B. ED (PHYSICAL & HEALTH EDUC)|
|8||MRS. ONYA, UGOCHI NWACHI||ASSISTANT LECTURER||M. ED. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.B. SC. SOCIAL WORK & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT|
|9||MR. OGUNLEYE MICHAEL OLA||ASSISTANT LECTURER||B.A (ED) YORUBA /EDUC|
|10||MRS.ADENIJI KHADIJAT ORITOKE||ASSISTANT LECTURER||BA ED. I.R.SN.C.E.|
|11||MRS. ADEBAYO ESTHER OMOLARA||ASSISTANT LECTURER||B.A (ED) EDU ADMGR II|
|12||MRS. OLAYINKA – SALIU KEHINDE JECINTA||ASSISTANT LECTURER||B. (ED.) FRENCHN.C.E|
|13||MRS. OGWAZU JOYCE EZIDIUGO||ASSISTANT LECTURER||M. ED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.M.A (IGBO LANG)B.A. ED(IGBO LANG)|
|14||MR. MUHAMMAD AHMAD BABATUNDE||ASSISTANT LECTURER||B. A. ARABIC LANGUAGE|
|S/N||NAME||STATUS||EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION WITH DATE|
|1||MISS EMUOBOUVIE FLORENCE||Clerical Officer I||WASSCEB. Ed.|
|2||MRS. AKINBODE A.A.||Clerical Officer I||WASSCEN.C.E|
|3||DADA A.O.||Typist III||O. LNABTEBB. Sc. (Management)|
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