BREAKING: Gov Ayade Appoints Professor Akon Acting VC CRUTECH

In Breaking News, Education, Reports

By Efa Sunday, Government House Correspondent

The Cross River State Governor, His Excellency Senator Ben Ayade has approved the appointment of Professor Akon Joshua as the Acting Vice Chancellor of the Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH).

Akon, a Professor of Educational Psychology, is a former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academics and a former Dean, Faculty of Education in the university.

According to a release by Christian Ita, Chief Press Secretary and SSA Media to Governor Ayade she is to act for a period of three months.

See her Curriculum Vitae

  1. NAME: Prof (Mrs.) Akon Monday Joshua
  2. PRESENT RANK: Professor (Educational Psychology)
  3. DATE OF BIRTH: 16th August, 1959
  1. PLACE OF BIRTH: Idere, Odukpani Local Govt. Area of Cross River State.
  2. LGA OF ORIGIN: Odukpani Local Government.
  3. STATE OF ORIGIN: Akwa Ibom State (By Marriage)
  4. NATIONALITY: Nigerian
  5. PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS:
  6. SEX: Female
  7. MARITAL STATUS: Married
  8. PHONE NUMBERS:
  9. E-MAIL ADDRESS:
  10. NUMBER OF CHILDREN: Four (4)
  11. NAMES OF CHILDREN:
  12. INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES
    (i) Primary School, Idere/East Itam – 1965 -1971
    (ii) Union Secondary School, Ibiaku, Itu – 1972 – 1976
    (iii) School of Nursing, ItukMbang/St. LukesAnuaUyo – 1977 – 1979
    (iv) School of Midwifery, Calabar – 1981 – 1982
    (v) The Polytechnic , Calabar – 1984 – 1985
    (vi) University of Calabar, Calabar – 1990 – 1997
    (vii) University of Calabar, Calabar – 1998 – 2002
    (viii) University of Calabar, Calabar – 2002 – 2006
  13. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES
    (i) First School Leaving Certificate (Distinction) – 1971
    (ii) West African School Certificate /GCE O/Level (5 Credits) – 1976/1981
    (iii) General Nursing Certificate (Credit) – 1980
    (iv)Midwifery Certificate (Credit) – 1982
    (v) Diploma in Nursing Education (DNE) (Upper Credit) – 1985
    (vi)Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in Health & Physical Education (Second Class, Upper Division) – 1997
    (vii) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree in Guidance & Counselling – 2002
    (viii) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Degree in Educational Psychology – 2006
  14. TEACHING EXPERIENCE (GENERAL & SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE WITH DATES:
    (i) Working as a Clinical Nurse in different Hospitals – 1977 – 1989
    (ii) Teaching in Schools of Nursing, Itighidi/ItukMbang – 1983 – 1989
    (iii) Teaching and doing Research at The Polytechnic , Calabar – 1989 – 2002
    (iv) Supervising Students’ Research Projects at The Polytechnic, Calabar – 1989 – 2002
    (v) Member of Academic Board (highest statutory body on academic matters) in The Polytechnic, Calabar – 1998 – 2002(vi) Teaching and doing Research at CRUTECH – Sept. 2002 till
    date
    (vii) Supervising Students’ Research Projects in In CRUTECH, Calabar (Undergraduate & post-graduate) – 2002 till date
    (viii) Member of University Senate – Nov. 2003 till date
    (ix) Visiting Lecturer at University of Calabar (Adjunct) – 2012 – 2013
    (x) Visiting Lecturer at University of Calabar (Sabbatical) – 2013 – 2014
  15. DETAILS OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
    (i) Examination Officer – Department of Nursing Education, The Polytechnic, Calabar – 1990 – 1994
    (ii) Acting Head of Department of Nursing Education, The Polytechnic, Calabar – 1998 – 2002
    (iii) Head of Unit – Educational Psychology, Department of Educational Foundation & Administration, Faculty of Education, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar – 2005 – 2007
    (iv) Co-coordinator, Centre for General Studies, CRUTECH – Nov & Dec. 2008
    (v) Acting Dean, Faculty of Education, CRUTECH – Jan. 2009 –2011
    (vi) Chairman, Committee of Deans in CRUTECH – July. 2009 –2011
    (vii) Member – CRUTECH Management – July. 2009 –2011
    (viii) Member, Central Appointment & Promotion Committee
    (ix) Member, Post Graduate Programme Committee
    (x) Member, Staff Disciplinary Committee (Junior Staff)
    (xi) Member, Ceremonials Committee
    (xii) Member, Solemn Assembly Committee
    (xiii) Member, Editorial board of CRUTECH Annuals
    (xiv) Member, CRUTECH Educational Services Board (CES)
    (xv) Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics) CRUTECH – June 2013 – July 2014
    (xvi) Acting Vice Chancellor – CRUTECH – March 11, 2014 – March 17, 2014
  16. CONSULTANCY EXPERIENCE
    (i) Member of Cross River State Government Technical Committee on Education Policy – 2nd Sept. 2011
    (ii) Resource Person in the Re-training of Pre-Primary, Primary and Post-primary school teachers in Cross
    River State (anchored by NTI, Cross River State. Government Or Private Proprietors) – 2006 – 2011
    (iii) Consulting for Population Council on Developing a new. Curriculum for the re-establishment of Schools of Nursing/Midwifery in Cross River State – 2015 – 2016
    (iv) Specialist/Generalist Accreditation Panelist to Colleges of Education in Nigeria – 2015 – Date
  17. COMMUNITY SERVICE
    (i) Choir Mistress, Chapel of Grace, CRUTECH – 1994 – 2000
    (ii)Chorister, Chapel of Grace, CRUTECH – 1994 – date
    (iii) Youth Speaker on HIV/AIDS and other related Youth issues. 1994 – date
    (iv) Auxiliary President (Women’s Wing) of The Gideon’s International, Calabar South Camp – 2010 – 2013
    (v) Aid for AIDS Coordinator for Scripture Union (SU) (Nigeria), Calabar Area – Working with Youths at Secondary School level 2006 – 2010
  18. PRESENT EMPLOYMENT (STATUS, SALARY AND EMPLOYER)
    (i) Status – Professor (January, 2012)
    (ii) Salary – CONUASS 7/9
    (iii) Employer – Cross River University of Technology
    (CRUTECH), Calabar, Cross River State.
  19. COURSES TAUGHT
    (i) Educational Psychology I & II
    (ii) Motivation & Learning
    (iii) The Nigeria Child
    (iv) Deviant Behaviour
    (v) Health Education in Elementary Education
    (vi) Sociology of Education
    (vii) Guidance & Counselling in Special Setting
    (viii) HIV/AIDS, as a component of Citizenship Education
    (ix) Affective Development
    (x) Adolescent Psychology
    (xi) Theories of Personality
    (xii) Other Psychology /Guidance and Counselling Courses at PG Level
  20. SCHOLARSHIP(S) AND PRIZES
    (a) Cross River State Secondary School Scholarship – 1972
    (b) Best All Round nurse on graduation at School of Nursing Ituk Mbang (Annex Anua – Uyo) – 1980
    (c) Best Graduating Midwife (Dr. D. P. Essien Award) – 1982
  21. HONOURS AND ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS: 2nd Best Head of Department – (Awarded by School of Education, The Polytechnic, Calabar) – 2001
  22. MEMBERSHIP IN LEARNED SOCIETIES
    (i) Member – Nigerian Academy of Education (NAE)
    (ii) Member – Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA)
    (iii) Member – Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON)
    (iv) Member – Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)
  23. CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS ATTENDED
    1. National Conference of OMEP (Word Organization for Early Childhood Education, Nigeria at University of Calabar, November 21 – 25, 1995.

PAPERS PRESENTED

  1. Difficult circumstances in the Nigerian environment as they affect children education (Joshua, A. M.)
  1. Orientation for final Post-basic Psychiatric Nursing Students at School of Psychiatric Nursing, Calabar October 29, 1988.
  2. The Imperative of Successful Nursing and Midwifery Council Examinations (Joshua, A. M.)
  3. 2nd National Conference of Tropical Environment Forum (TEFO) at the Polytechnic, Calabar July 7 – 9, 1999.
  4. Effect of Poor Refuse Disposal on Human Health: Implications for Environmental Development (Joshua, A. M.)
  5. 29th Annual National Conference of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) held in Calabar, Cross River State – 15th – 19th August, 2005.
  6. Factors that lead to sexual misbehavior among secondary school students in Calabar South, Cross River State (Joshua, A. M.)
  7. National Conference of Nigeria Psychological Association held on 28th – 31st August, 2006 at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Hall, University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
  8. Taxonomy of corrupt practices in tertiary institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria: Students’ Perspectives (Eyo, M. B. Joshua, A. M. & Joshua, M. T.)
  9. 6th Regional Inter-disciplinary colloquium organized by Quality Development and Management Resources Centre (QDMRC) Nigerian held on 25th – 28th March, 2007 at Pyramid Hotel and Conference Centre, Plot 160 Murtala Mohammed Highway, Calabar.
  10. Violet Tendencies among male youths in Calabar: Manifestation and underlying (Joshua, A. M., Eyo M. B. & Joshua, M. T.)
  11. Workshop on Teaching methods and enhanced teacher delivery held Palm Court Crèche and School, Calabar 20th April, 2007.
  12. Effective handling of Pre-primary and Primary Schools (Joshua, A. M.)
  13. Workshop on teaching methods for teachers at Baptist Nursery and Primary School, Ekpo Abasi, Calabar.
  14. Effective handling of Pre-primary and Primary Schools (Joshua, A. M.)
  15. Re-Training of Primary Schools Teachers, Organized by National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna, held in Calabar – 4th – 23rd September, 2006.

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. Re-Training of Teachers, Organized by The Cross River State Government for Secondary School Teachers in the State (Calabar, Ogoja & Ikom Centres). August, 2007.

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING

  1. Re-Training of Teachers, (UBE) Organized by The Cross River State Government, under UBE Board and UBE Commission, Abuja, December 2007, held at TTC, Ogoja.

RESOURCE PERSON: FOR EARLY CHILD CARE DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION (ECCDE) AND CAREGIVERS.

  1. Re-Training of Basic Education teachers, Organized by the National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) Kaduna, held from 11th – 15th August, 2008 of West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar .

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. Re-Training of Teachers’ Workshop, Organized by National Teachers’ Institute, Kaduna from 20th – 25th October, 2008 held at College of Education, Akamkpa.

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. Workshop on Improved Staff Performance organized by SONAK ASSOCIATES, Calabar for schools of the Calabar Education Authority of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria held from 19th – 20th February, 2009 at Hope Waddell Training Institute, Calabar.

PAPER PRESENTED

(i) School and Classroom records: Indispensable Tools for Teacher Effectiveness.
(ii) HIV/AIDS Pandemic: The Teacher’s Role.

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

  1. A Participant at Workshop on Good Practice Guidelines for Distance Education in Nigerian Universities held at National Universities Commission, (NUC) Abuja from 26th – 27th March, 2009.
  2. Workshop on Improved Staff Performance for schools in Calabar, Organized by SONAK ASSOCIATES, held on Saturday 23rd May, 2009 at CRUTECH Assembly Hall, Calabar.
  3. Workshop on Improved Staff Performance, Organized by SONAK ASSOCIATES, Calabar for Amazing Grace Schools, EkeiIta Street, Off Akiba Street, IkotAnsa, Calabar, 20th June 2009.

PAPER PRESENTED ON MOTIVATION FOR HIGH ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

  1. 27th Annual Conference of Association for Educational Assessment in Africa, held at Yaounde, Cameroon, from 24th – 28th August, 2009.

PAPER PRESENTED

  1. Perception of Examination Malpractice. And Intervention Strategies, some stakeholders in the Nigerian School System.
  2. Re-Training of Primary School Teachers, Organized by National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) Kaduna, held from 9th – 14th November, 2009 at West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar .

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. 6th Conference of The Nigeria Primary and Teacher Education Association (NPTEA) held at Akwa Ibom State College of Education, AfahaNsit from 27th – 31st July, 2009.PAPER PRESENTED; THE NEED FOR THE RE-STRUCTURING OF PRIMARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN NIGERIA.
  2. 2010 National Conference on Education for Nation Building and Global competitiveness, Organized by Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) from 25th – 28th January, 2010, held at The International Conference Centre, Abuja.

PAPER PRESENTED: THE NEED FOR EMPHASIS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND NATION BUILDING (JOSHUA, A. M.)

  1. Re-Training of Primary School Teachers, Organized by National Teachers’ Institute (NTI) Kaduna, held from 3rd – 9th September, 2010 at West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar .

RESOURCE PERSON: SUBJECT – SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. 28th Annual conference of Association for Educational Assessment in Africa, held at Abuja, Nigeria from 4th – 9th October, 2010.

PAPER PRESENTED:

  1. UME- Aptitude Test Scores Relationship among Prospective Education Students in Cross River State, Nigeria: Implications for Educational Assessment in a changing Global Economic.
  2. Workshop on Human Resource Planning and Education for Primary Health Care Providers Organized by Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), held in Mirage Hotel, Calabar from 6th – 8th October, 2010.

PUBLICATIONS

(A) JOURNAL ARTICLES – FOREIGN (15)

  1. Joshua, A. M. & Joshua, M. T. (2003). Prediction of adolescents’ counselling needs concerning HIV/AIDS epidemic in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. The African Symposium (An On-line Educational Research Journal, Published in USA) 3(1), 94 – 101. (Website: http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/aern/april03.html)
  2. Joshua, M. T. & Joshua, A. M. (2004). Attitude of Nigerian secondary school teachers to student evaluation of teachers. Teacher Development (An International Journal of Teachers’ Professional Development, Published in United Kingdom), 8(1), 67-79.
  3. Joshua, M. T. & Joshua, A. M.Bassey, B. A. &Akubuiro, I. M. (2006). Attitude of Nigeria secondary school teachers to peer evaluation of teacher. Teacher Development (An International Journal of Teachers’ Professional Development, Published in United Kingdom), 10 (3), 331-341. (Website: www.trainagle.co.uk).
  4. Joshua, M. T., Joshua, A. M., & Maliki, A. E. (2007). Use of student achievement scores as basis for assessing teachers’ instructional effectiveness: Issues and research results. Journal of Human Ecology,
    22(2) 135 – 140 (Published in India).. (Website: http://www.krepublihsers.com)
  5. Joshua, A. M. Joshua, M. T. & Ntino, S. O. (2009).Influence of Temperament on Sexual behaviors of adolescent students in secondary schools in Cross River State. International Journal of Educational Leadership (Published in Ghana) 1(1), 113 – 121.
  6. Joshua, M. T., Joshua, A. M., Obi, F. B., Umoinyang, I. E. &Ntukidem, E. P. (2009). Conceptualization of teaching as an art: Implications for its evaluation. International Journal of Educational Leadership (Published in Ghana), 1(1) 130 – 136.
  7. Joshua, A. M., Eyo, M. B. & Joshua, M. T. (2009). Students’ perceptive (perception) of corrupt practices in tertiary institutions in Cross River State. African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies (Published in Ghana), 2, 51 – 59.
  8. Joshua, A. M. &Eyo M. B. (2010). Influence of temperament on values of secondary schools students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Education and Teaching (GHAJET), 9, 109 – 117.
    (Published in Ghana).
  9. Joshua, M. T., Obo, F. E., Joshua, A. M., Edet, A. O. &Ekpoh, u. I. (2010). Perception of examination malpractice, and intervention strategies, by some stakeholders in Nigerian school system. Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa (Published in Africa/Cameroon) 4, 255 – 268.
  10. Joshua, M. T. Ekpoh, U. I. Edet, A. O., Joshua, A. M., & Obo, F. E. (2010). Managing the menace of examination malpractice in school systems. Journal of Counselling, Education and Psychology, 2(1), 149 – 163.(Published in Ghana).
  11. Joshua, A. M., & Joshua, M. T. (2010). Influence of gender, school location and temperament on values of secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Social Science, 10 (5), 31 – 36. (Published on USA).
  12. Bassey, S. W., Joshua, M. T., & Joshua, A. M. (2010). Basic education teacher characteristics and application of best assessment practices in Cross River Senatorial District, Nigeria. Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 5(1), 77 – 90.
  13. Bassey, S. W., Joshua, M. T., & Joshua, A. M. (2011). UME-Aptitude test scores relationship among Education students in Cross River State, Nigeria: Implications for educational assessment in a changing global 10 economy. Journal of Educational Assessment in Africa, 5, 319 – 332.
  14. Joshua, A. M., Sampson-Akpan, P. E., Eyo, M. B., & Joshua, M. T. (2012). Determinants of Nigerian university teachers’ participation in physical activities to promote health education. Continental Journal of Nursing Science, 4(2)1 – 10.
  15. Joshua, M. T., Joshua, A. M., & Ikiroma, Blessing (2014). Computer-based testing in Nigeria’s university entrants’ matriculation examination: Readiness and acceptability of critical stakeholders.

REFEREED

Conference Proceedings of the 40th International Conference of International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA) held at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore, on May 25–30.

LOCAL/NATIONAL JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (17)

  1. Joshua, A. M. (1998). Problems affecting academic performance of Nigerian children in early childhood education: An Overview. Journal of Cross River State Chapter of OMEP (World Organization for Early Childhood Education), 3(1 &2), 172 – 178.
  2. Joshua, M. T., & Joshua, A. M. (2000). Different conceptions of teaching: Implications for learning and evaluation of teaching in Universal Basic Education (UBE) International Journal of research in Basic and Lifelong Education, 1(1 & 2), 366-373.
  3. Joshua, A. M. (2001). Effective communication: A vital tool for improvement of health of rural dwellers in Nigeria. West African Journal of Research and Development in Education, 8(1), 72 – 78.
  4. Joshua, A. M. (2001) Effective of environmental pollution on human health. Journal of Education and Environment, 1(2), 155 – 162
  5. Joshua, M. T. & Joshua, A. M. (2004). Attitude of Nigerian secondary school teachers to teacher evaluation. Global Journal of Educational Research 3(1 &2), 31 – 36.
  6. Joshua, A. M. & Joshua, M. T. (2005) Measures of values among secondary school students in Cross River State, Nigeria. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy, 8(2), 127 – 129.
  7. Okey, S. M., Joshua, A. M., & Ita, M. B. (2006). Educational Implications of violence against women and children in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Policy Studies, 1, 294 – 304.
  8. Joshua, A. M., Joshua, M. T. (2006). Assessment of the depth of knowledge of HIV/AIDS by secondary school students in Southern Cross River State. Global Journal of Education Research 5(1 &2), 23 – 27.
  9. Joshua, A. M., Joshua, .T. & Okey, S. M. (2006).Utilization of some psychological concepts in eradicating human trafficking among Africans. International Journal of Development and Policy Studies, 2(1), 340 – 347.
  10. Joshua, A. M. & Joshua, M. T., (2006).Attitude of secondary school students in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria towards HIV/AIDS campaigns. Education for Today, 6(2), 95- 106.
  11. Joshua, A. M., Eyo, M. B. & Joshua, M. T., (2007).Violent tendencies among male youths in Calabar South. Manifestations and underlying causes. International Journal of Development and Policy Studies
    4(1), 163 – 177.
  12. Eyo, B., Okoli, G. I., & Joshua, A. M. (2003). Age, gender and religious participation among Christians in Calabar: Pastors’ perspectives. The Calabar Counsellor, 2(1), 155 – 165.
  13. Edet, P. Eyo, M. B. & Joshua, A. M. (2008). Influence of career counselling on occupational preference of secondary school students in Northern senatorial district of Cross River State, Nigeria. Development Studies Round Table (A Journal of Development), 4(1 &2), 206 – 225.
  14. Joshua, A. M., &Eyo, M. B. (2009). The influence of sex, geographical location, age and religious beliefs on secondary school students’ perception of HIV/AIDS in Southern Cross River State. The International Researcher,1 (3), 203 – 208.
  15. Onete, U. O., Eyo, M. B. & Joshua, A. M. (2009). A study of differential effects of family socio-economic status on mental health of adolescents in Calabar Municipality. The Educational Psychologist. 7, 153 – 161.
  16. Eyo, M. B., Joshua, A. M., & Esuong, A. E. (2010). Attitude of secondary school students toward guidance and counselling services in Cross River State. Edo Journal of Counselling, 3(1), 89 – 101.
  17. Joshua, A. M., Eyo, M. B. & Ntino, S. O. (2010). The need for the restructuring of primary education curriculum in Nigeria. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education, 7(2), 77 – 84.

(B) BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Joshua, A. M. (1999). The Concept of Nursing Education. In A. F. Uduigwomen & K. Ogbinaka (eds.) Philosophy and Education: An Introductory text for Nigerian Undergraduates (Chapter 22). Lagos: Obarah & Ogbinaka Publishers.
  2. Joshua, A. M. (2006). The family and education. In M. B. Eyo, J. E. Obiji, A. M. Joshua, and J. B. Ejue (Eds). Sociology of Education: Contemporary Perspectives (Chapter 7 – pp 75 – 84).
  3. Joshua, A. M., & Joshua, M. T. (2011). Motivation and learning. In A. J. Isangedighi (Ed.), Essentials of learning (pp. 289–306). Calabar: EtiNwa Associates.

(C) BOOK

  1. Eyo, M. B.; Obiji, J. E. & Joshua, A. M & Ejue, J. B. (Eds). (2006). Sociology of education: Contemporary perspectives. Enugu: Master Press & Company.
  2. HOBBIES
    – Reading, Writing, Farming (vegetable), Hat Making, Singing & Games
  3. REFEREES

(i) Prof. Ekanem I. Braide (Former Vice-Chancellor, Federal University, Lafia)
Faculty of Biological Sciences University of Calabar, Calabar (ii) Prof. (Mrs.) E. M. Ukpong Dept. of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar. (Professor of Educational Psychology).

(iii) Prof. A. J. Isangedihi, Dept. of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar. (Professor of Educational Psychology).

(iv) Prof. Emmanuel Ingwu, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) Cross River University of Technology, Calabar, C. R. S.

 

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