ABODERIN, Adedolapo Modupe

Graduate Assistant


1. Name: ABODERIN, Adedolapo Modupe

2. Date of Birth: 26th September,1984

3. Place of Birth: Ibadan

4. Nationality: Nigerian

5. Permanent Address: Dept. of Cont. Education, Fac. of Education, O.A.U.

6. Current Postal Address: c/o Dept. of Cont. Education, Fac. of Education, O.A.U.

7. Name and address of next of kin: Prof. A.I. Akinpelu. Dept. of Zoology, O.A.U, Ile-Ife.

8. Phone Number(s): +2348036321002;+23408055653634

9. E-mail:

10. Present position: Graduate Assistant

MY Qualifications

B.A.Ed. (French) (2006) Obafemi Awolowo University. Ile- Ife. .

MY Publications

1. Thesis/Dissertation:

i. Aboderin, A. M. (2006) The situation of the teaching and learning of French in selected Secondary Schools in Osun State. An unpublished B.A. Ed. Degree Project in Education French.

2. Books/Monographs:

List in this order Date, Page, Reference and Publisher:

a. Authored Books : Nil

b. Edited Books: Nil

c. Contribution to Books:

ii. Akande, J.O.; Babalola, A.C. & Aboderin, A.M. (2009). Patriarchy and Rural Women Participation in Basic Literacy Education in Nigeria: Implication for Adult Counselling Services, In Afolabi, E.R.I, Popoola, B.I. & Ojo, O.O. (Eds) Readings In Education for National Development, (A publication of The Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife). Pp. 53-62

3. (a). Published Articles:

iii. Akande, J.O., Babalola, A.C. & Aboderin, A.M. (2008). Understanding and Utilizing Adult Learners’ Socio-Cultural Climate: A Lesson for Adult and Community Educators in Nigeria, In International Journal of Literacy Education, (A publication of Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan), Vol. 5. No.1. January-June Pp. 125-132. .

Research Interests

iv. An Investigation into Rural Women’s Literacy Attainments and their Understanding of the Intersection of Sustainable Livelihood and Democratic Practice.

v. An Assessment of the Level of Awareness of Road Users to Traffic Rules and Regulations on Nigerian Roads: Implication for Literacy Education.

vi. An Investigation into National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Community Education Projects in Osun State.