Ngozi Anyaegbunam

Ngozi Anyaegbunam
University of Nigeria | UNN · Department of Science Education

B.Sc(ed) (Biology Education), M.ED (Educational Measurement and Evaluation), PhD (Measurement and Evaluation)

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Introduction
Identifying current Educational, Health and Climate. Challenges of students in Enugu State Nigeria using Quantitative and Qualitative approaches. Currently l am working at empowering students to grapple with the identified challenges and positioning them for a better future

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Publications (49)
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Phage therapy was implemented almost a century ago but was subsequently abandoned when antibiotics emerged. However, the rapid emergence of drug-resistant, which has brought to the limelight situation reminiscent of the pre-antibiotic era, coupled with the unavailability of new drugs, has triggered the quest for an alternative therapeutic approach,...
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This study determined the effectiveness of digital video instruction and PowerPoint presentation on students’ achievement and interest in accounting. To achieve the study objectives, we used quasi-experimental method of pre-test post-test non-equivalent group research design. Students’ achievement and interest in accounting were measured using acco...
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Objectives: This study determined the prediction of students` interest in online learning on their academic achievement in general biology among the first-year undergraduate pharmacy students in Nigeria. Design: A correlational research design was adopted for the study. Place and Duration of Study: The study was conducted in Nigeria between 2020/20...
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In order to get rid of the prevalent diseases that reduce profitability in the poultry business, most farmers make use of veterinary drugs. Antimicrobials make-up a majority of veterinary drugs used as supplements in poultry feeds at sub-therapeutic levels for growth improvement, prevention or reduction of disease outbreaks, improvement of digestio...
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As resistance to conventional drugs continues to increase, the growing knowledge on the medicinal values of herbs and herbal products and their subsequent use have endeared researchers to intensify study of medicinal plants. The estimated composition of Rauwolfia vomitoria extracts and its traditional use in the treatment of many infections necessi...
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Aims: The study was designed to determine the effect of collaborative instructional strategy in improving students’ interest and achievement in Biology. Study Design: The study was adopted quasi-experimental research design and was conducted in Obollo-Afor education zone. Place and Duration: The study was conducted in Obollo-Afor education zone of...
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Considering that science and technology is key to comprehending and providing solution to problems plaguing humanity, STEM education is vital to a great future. With this being so, students are encouraged to develop skills and competencies needed to become educators, innovators, researchers, and leaders in different STEM domains, who can solve the...
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Since the inception of CA in 1982, several implementation challenges have left classroom assessment landscape in Nigeria untransformed, thus seeing continuous assessment (CA) branded “a failed reform” in some literatures. This prompted a comparative study of the characteristics of CA currently being used in South-East Nigerian secondary schools, wi...
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This study examined the influence of cognitive ability, gender and school location on students' achievement in senior secondary school financial accounting in Owerri Education Zone 1 of Imo state. The study was motivated by poor achievement of students in financial accounting in the study area. To carry out the study, a causal comparative design wa...
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Abstract The study considered how Biology education in tertiary institutions can be value-driven and the implications of that for better life and sustainable development. The population for the study comprised all forty final year students admitted in the 2013/2014 academic session into the Department of Science Education, University of Nigeria...
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Adequate nutrition is an important aspect of a healthy lifestyle for all individuals, including bank staff. The objective of this study was to investigate the awareness of food nutritive value and eating practices among bank workers in Lagos State, Nigeria. The study adopted a cross-sectional descriptive survey design. A purposive sample of 250 ban...
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ABSTRACT The work evaluated the Nigerian Biology curriculum for ethical values and highlighted implications for higher education. Evaluation research design was adopted in the study. The evaluation model used was Stufflebeam’s Context, Input, Process and Product (CIPP) model. Multistage sampling technique yielded 981 respondents (31 Biology teacher...
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ABSTRACT The study considered how Biology education in tertiary institutions can be value-driven and the implications of that for better life and sustainable development. The population for the study comprised all forty (40) final year students admitted in the 2013/2014 academic session into the Department of Science Education, University of Nigeri...
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ABSTRACT This paper tried to identify the many challenges faced in a bid to ensure strict adherence to global standard and ethical principles in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) project management in Nigeria. Project Management (PM) is a multi-versatile discipline that involves the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniqu...
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Abstract The study investigated the promotion of family wellbeing through awareness of the causes and effects of climate change. The descriptive survey design was employed in the study. Researcher developed questionnaire, validated and trial-tested, with a reliability index of 0.92 and structured interview schedule was used to collect quantitative...
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Background: Depression is one of the mental health problems confronting those with diabetes mellitus and may result from self-defeating thoughts and lifestyles. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of cognitive behavioral coaching (CBC) program on depressive symptoms in a sample of the Type 2 diabetic inpatients in Onitsh...
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Abstract: The aim of the study is to examine the effect of recount game on pupils’ achievement and interest in number and numeration in primary schools in Kogi state. Five research questions and five hypotheses guided the study. An experimental research design was adopted for the study. The population for the study was 3,171 pupils from 231 primary...
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Abstract: This study assessed the ICT competencies possessed by mathematics teachers in public Senior Secondary Schools in Abuja, capital tertiary of Nigeria. The emphases are on the general, pedagogical, subject oriented and personal competencies possessed in the use of ICT tools in schools, during instruction, especially in Mathematics. Descripti...
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Abstract The study adopted Ex-post facto design. Sample consisted of 19 teachers and 326 SS2 Biology students. Purposive sampling was used to select all the Biology teachers of SS2 in 19 schools. Instrument for data collection was a researcher developed observational schedule of 35 items divided into two sections. A elicited information on teachers...
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This work seeks to portray the trend (pattern) in the General Certificate of Education (GCE), Ordinary Level mathematics performance of secondary school students of the North West Region of Cameroon, across the years 2007-2013. To achieve this, an expost facto research design was used. Furthermore, the population of the study was all the 171,187 Fo...
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Abstract The study investigated the extent to which UBE teachers put their training experience into practice with regard to the utilization of resources for teaching basic science and technology. The design of the study was descriptive survey research design. The population consisted of all 3630 primary teachers in Enugu State, Nigeria. The sample...
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Abstract This work seeks to portray the trend (pattern) in the General Certificate of Education (GCE), Ordinary Level mathematics performance of secondary school students of the North West Region of Cameroon, across the years 2007-2013. To achieve this, an expost facto research design was used. Furthermore, the population of the study was all the 1...
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Abstract This study investigated the perception of parents in Enugu State of Nigeria to teaching sexuality education in secondary schools. Data were collected from 1,576 parents in Enugu State and was analyzed using mean and ANOVA. The finding show that majority of the respondents have positive perception of sexuality education in secondary schools...
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Abstract The research for ways and means for preparing effective teachers for teaching in schools has been the subject of considerable research, worldwide. As part of this research, the researcher compared the relative effectiveness of teachers that passed through the various professional training modes (N. C. E.; B. Ed.; NCE+B. B.Ed.; B. A. or B.S...
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Abstract This study is aimed at exploring the awareness of household food safety among female University workers in South East Nigeria. Specifically the study identified the food safety knowledge, attitude/perception to food safety issues, food purchasing, food handling and preparation practices among female university workers and ways of improving...
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Abstract The study adopted Ex-post facto design. Sample consisted of 19 teachers and 326 SS2 Biology students. Purposive sampling was used to select all the Biology teachers of SS2 in 19 schools. Instrument for data collection was a researcher developed observational schedule of 35 items divided into two sections. A elicited information to teachers...
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The application of Course Management Systems such as WebCT and Blackboard for course delivery to learners is not new. Many libraries in higher education institutions have designed user education programmes using electronic media, including WebCT. This initiative becomes urgent in Nigerian Universities because of the need to address the problems of...
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Abstract The application of Course Management Systems such as WebCAst Technology (WebCT) and Blackboard for course delivery to learners is not new. Many libraries in higher education institutions have designed user education programmes using electronic media, including WebCT. This initiatives becomes urgent in Nigerian Universities because of the n...
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ABSTRACTS This paper discussed the need to restructure STM (Science, Technology, and Mathematics) education to reflect entrepreneurship. This is because the present STM education has not achieved its aim of making graduates self-reliant. Entrepreneurship education if introduced in the STM education will produce graduates who can effectively manage...
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Abstract: The study determines secondary students’ knowledge of HIV and AIDS and its implication for science teachers’ preparation. Three research questions and two hypotheses guided the work. Descriptive survey research design was employed. The population comprises the entire 4013 senior secondary class two (SSII) students from the six educational...
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Abstract The paper examines the need for proper instructional design in the teaching of basic Science and technology in primary schools for early development of entrepreneurial skills. It looks at the concepts of entrepreneurship and instructional design and tries to establish the application using theme one, topic one of the primary one basic scie...
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Abstract This work tried to evaluate what University Staff know about contemporary “silent killer” (SK) health related problems, their sources of information on health and measures they employ to prevent/protect themselves. The questionnaire on silent killers (SK) developed by the researcher, trial tested and validated was administered to (204) sta...
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The importance of education in successful implementation and diffusion of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is widely recognised (Hilary Macleod, 2006). In this paper we present the corollary, -the role of ICT in pedagogic strategies and educational administration. The use of modern educational information and communications technolog...
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The global adoption of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has been a landmark in educational scene for the last two decades. Similarly adoption in Science education has been widespread and often premised on the potential of the new technology tools to revolutionize the outmoded educational system, better prepare students for the inform...
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ABSTRACT The work tried to find out the relationship between content coverage and senior secondary school (SSIII) student’s performance in their second term (mock) Examination. A total of one hundred and forty (140) students selected from the best twenty (20) each from seven schools in Nsukka urban constituted the sample for the study. Three resear...
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ABSTRACT An attempt was made in this study, using the survey research design and a sample of 120 people from Nsukka Urban, to identify the present status of sex education in the UBE programme as well as identify possible aims of sex education Nigeria for enrichment and greater efficiency of the Universal Basic Education (UBE).
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Abstract The study sought to evaluate the role of alcohol consumption on academic achievement of University Studies. A total of 200 male and female undergraduate volunteers participated in the study. Alcohol Consumption Scale (ACS) developed by the researcher was used to classify students into light and heavy drinkers. The academic achievement sco...
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Abstract The use of modern computers in everyday life, the world over, is no longer in doubt. The advent of electronics lends itself to the development of modern electronic computers which are used now in industries, business, hospitals, law courts, institutions and in fact for domestic purposes. In this paper, the importance of computers studies i...
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ABSTRACT Recently ‘green’ “issues have gained a high profile and the public is increasingly aware of the environmental problems that face mankind. Some of such problems that are relatively ‘local’ in nature are usually obvious, cheaper and quicker to solve. Others are major and of a global scale (like global warming by the greenhouse effect and ozo...
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Abstract The most long lasting and potentially least reversible global problem is the Green House Effect (GHE), should present treads in the emission of greenhouse gases, particularly CO2, continued beyond another 100 years, climate changes than any ever experienced can be expected. This could substantially alter nature and agricultural ecosystems,...
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ABSTRACT For technological development and advancement, it is absolutely necessary for the younger generation to be appropriately exposed to the sciences, follow its development and participate effectively in its progress. Poor methodology, inadequate appreciation/consideration of the societal values, beliefs and ways of learning were cited and dis...
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ABSTRACT Science and society are dynamic and their components must reflect these changes. It is therefore necessary to evaluate periodically and subsequently biology texts to ensure up-to-datedness, suitability, validity, usability, sound scientific content for effective utilization and improvement of our secondary education. The following eight Bi...
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Abstract The only good reason for a country to invest in the education of its bright people is to put them to work using their skills for the benefit of the country. If the objectives of science education include helping the individual understand the subject, form independent opinions, establish priorities, discuss authoritatively the methodologies...
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ABSTRACT The search to improve human understanding has undergone series of changes from mere speculation to scientific empiricism. Education systems that are either child-centered or teacher-centered give the impression that man is all important and the centre of the universe. As a result of this, man insists on surviving at the expense of every o...

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