Professor Emmanuel Olusola Adu

Qualifications: B.Ed. (Honours); M.Ed. and PhD (University of Ibadan, Nigeria)

Position: Professor and Faculty Research Coordinator

Phone number: +27 43 704 7176

Email: eadu@ufh.ac.za

Teaching areas of specialisation: Teacher Education and Development; Curriculum Studies; ICT in Education and Educational Research

 

Research Interests: Teacher Education and Development; Economics Education; Education Management and Leadership; Educational Research; Curriculum and Instruction; Early Childhood Education.

Publications (last five years):

 


BOOKS

1.        OKEKE, CIO, ABONGDIA, J., ADU E.O., VAN WYK, M., WOLHUTER, C.  (Ed), (2016). Learn to teach. A handbook for teaching practice. Cape Town, South Africa: Oxford University Press Southern Africa

2.        ADU, E.O. & YUSUFU, O.  (2013). School Culture as a Predictor of Students’ Academic Performance LAMBERT Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-3-659-36433-4

3.        ADU, E. O. (2012). Two Problem Based Learning Strategies for Teaching Economics. LAMBERT Academic Publishing. ISBN 978-3-659-13539-0

 

 

ARTICLES IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

4.          HENDRICKS, W. & ADU, E.O. (2016). The impact of teacher self-efficacy on learner performance within a changing mathematics curriculum: A case for previously disadvantaged schools. International Journal of Education Sciences. (IJES). 15(3): 433-443

5.        ADU, K.O., OLATUNDUN, S.A. & ADU, E.O. (2016). Factors hindering teachers’ productivity in public secondary schools. Journal of Social Sciences. (JSS). 49(1, 2): 70-76

6.         LEBOEA, P. D., ADU, K.O., & ADU, E. O. (2016). Induction and mentoring as correlates of senior management team’s (SMT’s) job performance at Maluti    District, Eastern Cape. Journal of Social Sciences. (JSS). 49(1, 2): 44-52

7.        ADU, E. O. LEBOEA, P. D., & ADU, K.O. (2016). The effects of assessment training and curriculum supervision on SMT’s job performance at Maluti District, Eastern Cape. Journal of Social Sciences. (JSS). 49(1, 2): 34-43

8.         TITUS, A.B., DADA, A.B., & ADU, E.O. (2016). Effects of social habits and girl-child marriage on students’ academic performance in social studies. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology (JSSA). 7(4): 250-255

9.        DADA, A.B., TITUS, A.B. & ADU, E.O. (2016). A comparative study of students’ performance in economics concepts and other concepts in social studies        curriculum. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology (JSSA). 7(4): 256-261 

10.     HENDRICKS, W. BOTHA, N. & ADU, E.O. (2016). Collective efficacy and changes in the school curriculum. International Journal of Education Sciences. (IJES), 14(3): 265-274

11.     AKINWALE, O.M., ADU, E.O., &  SERIKI, I.I. (2016) Exploring Challenges Faced By Small Business Owners on Poverty Reduction in Rural Eastern Cape, South Africa. Studies of Tribes and Tribal (S-T & T), 14 (1): 37-43

12.     DADA, A.B., TITUS, A. B. & ADU, E. O. (2016). Social studies teachers’ perception of concept of integration in social studies curriculum. International Journal of Educational Sciences (IJES), 14(1, 2): 1-6.

13.     ADU, E. O. & MIREKU, A. A. (2016). The influence of information and communication technology (ICT) in improving teaching of environmental education. Journal of Human Ecology (JHE), 55(1, 2): 1-8.

14.     ADU, E.O. & OKEKE, C.I.O. (2016). An Investigation into the Causes of Stress among Pre-School Educators in East London Education District. Journal of Psychology (JP), 7(1): 11-22.

15.      TITUS, A.B., DADA, A.B., & ADU, E.O. (2016). School location and gender as correlates of students’ academic achievement in economics. International Journal of Educational Sciences (IJES), 13(3): 255-261.

16.      KHEWU, C. & ADU, E.O. (2016). Strategies Used by Preschool Teachers to Improve Fathers’ Involvement in Early Childhood Education in South Africa International Journal of Education Sciences (IJES), 12(3): 192-199

17.      SHUMBA, J., REMBE, S., MAPHOSA, C., SOTUKU, N., ADU, E.O., DRAKE, M.L., DUKU, N. & OKEKE, C.I.O. (2016). Causes of work related stress in early childhood Development. Journal of Social Sciences. (JSS). 46(3): 214-223.

18.     OLAOYE, O & ADU, E. O. (2015) Language Proficiency and Method of Instruction as Determinant of Grade 9 Students’ Academic Performance in Algebra. International Journal of Education Sciences (IJES). Vol. 8(3). Pp. 547-55

19.     ADU, E. O, & OLAOYE, O (2015). Problem-Based Learning Strategies and Gender as Determinant of Grade 9 Students’ Academic Performance in Algebra. International Journal of Education Sciences.(IJES). Vol. 8(3). Pp. 485-492

20.     ADU, E. O., AKINLOYE, G. M., & ADU, K.O. (2015). School Input Factors and Teacher Effectiveness in Some Local Government Areas of Lagos State, Nigeria International Journal of Education Sciences. (IJES). Vol. 8(3). Pp. 461-472

21.     KHEWU, C. & ADU, E.O. (2015). Black Fathers’ Involvement in the Early Education of their Children and Associated Factors: South African Context. Journal of Social Sciences. (JSS). Vol. 42(1, 2). Pp 1-9

22.     MOODLY, A & ADU, E.O. (2014).The use of ICT in Education for Sustainable Development: the Implications on Learning Outcomes Assessments as a Requirement of Quality Assurance in Higher Education. Journal of Communication (JC). Vol. 5(2). Pp 197-202.

23.     OKEKE, CIO; ADU, EO; DRAKE, ML; & DUKU, NS (2014). Correlating demographic variables with occupational stress and coping strategies of pre-school educators: A literature review. Journal of Psychology (JP). Vol. 5(2). Pp 143-154.

24.     ADU, E. O., EMUNEMU, B. O., & OSHATI, T. (2014). The role of ICT and higher education in sustainable development. Journal of Communication (JC). Vol 5(2). Pp 181-190.

25.     ADU, E. O., AKINLOYE, G. M. & OLAOYE, O. (2014). Demographic Variables as Determinant of Principal Managerial Efficiency. International Journal of Education Sciences (IJES). 7(3): 605-614

26.     ADU, E. O., BAYAGA, A. & TELLA, A. (2014). Strategies for Teaching and Managing Large Classes in University. Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research (ZJER). Vol. 26, No. 3

27.     ADU, E.O. & OKEKE. CIO (2014). Factors Affecting Teachers’ Participation in Continuing Professional Development CPD: Lecturers’ Perspectives. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology (JSSA). 5(3): 271-281

28.     ADU, E. O. & NGIBE, N. C. P (2014). Continuous Change in Curriculum: South African Teachers’ Perceptions. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol.5 No. 23. Pp. 983-989  

29.     ADU, E. O., AKINLOYE, G. M. & OLAOYE, O. (2014). Internal and external school supervision: issues, challenges and way forward. International Journal of Education Studies (IJES). 7(2): 269-278

30.     OKEKE C.I.O. & ADU, E. O. (2014). Statistical pitfalls: Problems with the statistical representation of fieldwork data from social research. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol. 5, No. 20. Pp. 1448-1456

31.     ADU, E. O. & OLAOYE, O. (2014). An investigation into some lexical ambiguities in algebra. South African Experience. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol. 5, No. 20. Pp. 1243-1250

32.     ADU, E. O., AKINLOYE, G. M.  & OLAOYE, O. (2014). Politics and Politicking: The Organizational Perspective. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (PJSS).Vol. 11 Issue 1, Pp.108-117

33.     ADU, E. O., GALLOWAY, G., & OLAOYE, O. (2014). Teachers’ characteristics, and students’ attitude towards economics in secondary schools: students’ perspectives. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol.5, No. 22. Pp. 455-462 

34.     EMUNEMU, B. O; ADU, E. O. & YUSUFU, I. O. (2014). The influence of selected elements of school culture on students’ academic performance in south-western Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Development Studies (GJDS). Vol. 11. No.1. Pp.58-77

35.     ADU, E. O. & MANTASHE, L.X. (2014). Understanding the transition and implications of merger in a merged multi-campus university in South Africa: human resource perspective.  Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol. 5, No. 23. Pp. 1516-1524 

36.     ADU, E.O. & OSHATI T. (2014). Psychological Variables as Determinants of Students’ Academic Achievement in Senior Secondary School Economics in Oyo State. Nigeria. Journal of Psychology (JP). Vol. 5, No. 2    

37.     TELLA, A & ADU, E. O. (2014). An Assessment of the Undergraduates’ Participation in the Online Discussion Forum. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (MJSS). Vol. 5. No 7. Pp. 333-344.

38.      ADJOGRI, S. J., ADU, E.O.  & ADELABU, O. A. (2014). An Investigation into the Effective Assessment Practices Use in Large Classes at the University. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. (MJSS). Vol. 5. No 6. Pp. 255-262  

39.     ADU, E.O. & OLATUNDUN, S. A. (2013). The Use and Management of ICT in Schools: Strategies for School Leaders. Education Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology. (EJCSIT). Vol. 1, No. 2. Pp. 10-16

40.     OLATUNDUN, S.A. & ADU, E.O. (2013). Impact of Outdoor Educational Activities and Gender on Pupils’ Knowledge of Environmental Issues and Problems in Selected Primary Schools in Nigeria. International Journal of Economy Management and Social Sciences. Vol. 2(8).Pp. 585-592

41.     ADU, E.O. (2013). The Teacher Education Curriculum and the World of Work: A study of teachers of disadvantaged children in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research and Reflection IJARR. Vol. 1 No. 3 Pp.134-149

42.     ADEYANJU, H.I. & ADU, E.O. (2013). Economic Crisis and Poverty Stricken Society as Predictors of Poor Academic Performance in Ogun State Public Secondary Schools. International Journal of Advance Research IJAR. Vol. 1 issue 4. Pp. 257-261

43.     ADU, E.O; OLATUNDUN, S.A. & Dilaolo, A. (2013). Impact of Outdoor Educational Activities and Location of Residence on Pupils’ attitude to Environmental Issues and Problems in Selected Primary Schools in Nigeria. International Journal of Economy Management and Social Sciences. Vol. 1(4).Pp 163-175

44.     ADU, E.O. & ADEYANJU, H.I. (2013). Home and School Factors as Determinant of Students’ Achievement in Senior Secondary School Economics in Botswana ARPN Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 3, No. 2 Pp. 219-223

45.     ADU, E. O.; OSHATI T. & EZE, I. (2013) Teachers’ Workload and Gender as Determinant of Teacher Productivity in Public Schools in Oyo state, Nigeria. European Journal of Educational Sciences, 1(1), 14-25

46.     SALAKO, E.C.; EZE, I.R. & ADU, E.O. (2013) Effects of Cooperative Learning on  Junior Secondary School Students’ Knowledge and Attitudes to Multicultural  Education Concepts in Social Studies. Education Vol. 133. ISSUE 3 Pp. 61-67

47.     NYANGECHI, J. M.; EZE, I. R. & ADU, E. O. (2013).The Utilization of ICT in Education for Sustainable Development. Journal of Discovery Education 3(8), 24-28

48.     OSHATI, T.; ESAN, A.D. & ADU, E.O. (2013). Causes and Effect of Rural-Urban Migration in Oyo State: A Case Study of Ibadan Metropolis. International Journal of Research, Commerce, Economics and Management. IJRCEM. Vol.3 No.2 Pp. 6-9

49.     ADU, E.O.; EZE, I.R.; SALAKO, E.T. & NYANGECHI, J.M. (2013). E-Learning & Distance Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Technology IJST. Vol.2 No.2 Pp.203-210

50.     EZE, I.R.; ADU, E.O. & TADU, R.  (2013). The Teachers and the use of ICT for Professional Development in Botswana. International Journal of Economy, Management and Social Sciences IJEMSS. Vol.2. No. 2 Pp.26-30

51.     48.      ADELEYE, M.O.; ADU, E.O. & OLATUNDE, A.O. (2012). Problem Facing Computerization of School Records: A Case Study of Secondary Schools in Jos. Nigeria. ARPN Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 2. No. 9 Pp. 782-787  

52.     ADU, E.O.; OSHATI, T. & EZE, I. (2012). Career Advancement, School Relation and Support Factors as Determinant of Teacher Productivity in Public Schools in Oyo state. Nigeria. International Journal of Education. Vol.4, No 4. Pp.27-40

53.     ADU, E.O.; TADU. R. & EZE, I. (2012) Teachers’ self-efficacy as correlates of secondary school students’ academic achievement in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Discovery Education 2(4), 8-16

54.     ADU, E.O.; SALAKO, E.C. & EZE, I.R. (2012). Students’ Performance in Social Studies as Correlates of Moral Values and Perception in Selected Secondary School. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management Vol.2 Issue No. 11 Pp. 1-4 

55.     TELLA, ADEYINKA, BASHORUN, M.T. & ADU, E.O. (2012). Impact of Web Portals on E-Learning. ARPN Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 3. No. 7 Pp. 717-724

56.     ADU, E.O.; ADEYANJU, H.I. &SOBOLAI. (2011).Organizational   Climates as Correlates of Students’ Academic Achievement in Secondary School Economics in Oyo State, Nigeria. Centre for Educational Development and Policy Issues in Africa (CEDPIA) Vol. 4. No.1

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

57.     ADU, E.O. (2016) Access to quality education and its challenges for the refugees: A global perspective. In I.O. Albert; O.A. Moronkola & J.A. Ademokoya (Eds).People in Difficult Circumstances in Nigeria. Royal People (Nigeria) Ltd. Ibadan. Pp. 19-32

58.     ADU, E.O. (2016) Theoretical foundations of teaching and learning: Insights into Economic and Management Sciences (EMS). In Micheal van Wyk and Karen Dos Reis (Eds.). Teaching EMS in the Senior Phase. Oxford University Press Southern Africa (Pty) Limited. Pp 21-52.

59.     Anass Bayaga, Paul Tarwireyi & Adu, E.O. (2015). Understanding the Value of Evaluating ICT Models to Improve Medium and Small Enterprises. In Amos Nungu, Bjom Pehrson & Julianne Sansa-Otim (Eds.). E-infrastructure and e-services for developing Countries. Springer International Publishing Pp 293-301

60.     ADU, E.O. (2013) Creative and Effective Teaching of Arts and Social Sciences. In M.A.Araromi; O.A.Moronkola & J.A. Ademokoya (Eds).Teaching and Evaluation in Regular and Special Secondary School.  (An effective and creative approach.) Royal People (Nigeria) Ltd. Ibadan. Pp. 205-214

61.     ADU, E.O. (2013) Effective and Creative Teaching of Economics in Schools. In M.A.Araromi; O.A.Moronkola & J.A. Ademokoya (Eds).Teaching and Evaluation in Regular and Special Secondary School. (An effective and creative approach) Royal People (Nigeria) Ltd. Ibadan. Pp. 346-364

 

EDITED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

62.     ADU, E.O. & TADU, R. (2012). Teacher Effectiveness as Correlates of Students’ Academic Achievement in Secondary School Economics in Oyo State. Nigeria www.bothocollege.ac.bw/.../Presentation1_Dr.%20E%20O%20Adu.pdf

63.     ADU, E. O. & TELLA, A. (2013). A Comparison of Social Networking Sites Use among Undergraduate Students in Two Selected African Universities: University of Ilorin, Nigeria and BA ISAGO University College, Botswana. In R. McBride & M. Searson (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013 (Pp. 5170-5176). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. http://www.editlib.org/p/111764.

64.     EZE, I. & ADU, E.O. (2013). The Utilization of ICT in Education for Sustainable Development. In T. Bastiaens & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013 (Pp. 1514-1522). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Retrieved November 15, 2013 http://www.editlib.org/p/115092

65.     ADU E.O. & EZE I.R (2014) Using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to Enhance the “Talk And Chalk” In Education. Academic Conference on Education, Teaching and E-learning, Prague (IAC-ETeL 2014) EBSCO CONSULTING. ISBN: 9788090544239.

66.     ADU, E.O., ADELABU, O. & ADJOGRI, S.J. (2014). Information and Communication Technology (ICT): The implications for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2014 (Pp. 35-43). Chesapeake, VA: AACE http://www.editlib.org/pv/147482/

67.     ADELABU, O.A. & ADU, E.O. (2015). An Investigation into Teacher’s Competence on Information Communication and Technologies (ICT) and Availability of E-Learning Resources in the Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary Schools. In S. Carliner, C. Fulford & N. Ostashewski (Eds.), Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2015 (pp. 1002-1009). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). http://www.editlib.org/p/151359/

68.     ADU, E.O. (2016). E-Learning Facilities Usage Assessment by Economic and Management Science (EMS) Teachers in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. In Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2016 (pp. 1742-1748). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). https://www.editlib.org/pv/173182

69.     ADU, E.O., ADU, K.O. & CHIKUNGWA-EVERSON, T. (2016). Effective Teaching and Learning in Universities through Availability and Utilization of ICT Facilities. In Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2016 (pp. 1503-1512). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). http://www.learntechlib.org/p/174194 (USA)

 

70.     ADU, E.O. & IGE, O.A. (2016). Secondary School Teachers’ Perceptions of Incidences of Cyber Crimes among School-Aged Children in Lagos State, Nigeria. In J.F. Van Niekerk (Ed.), Proceedings of the African Cyber Citizenship Conference 2016 (ACCC2016): (pp. 61-84), Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, NMMU. Port Elizabeth. http://accconference.nmmu.ac.za  (SOUTH AFRICA).