EHINDERO Serifat Adefunke

Lecturer I


1. Name: EHINDERO Serifat Adefunke

2. Date of Birth 9th December, 1966

3. Place of Birth . lle-Ife

4. Nationality: Nigerian

5. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Prof. Olusola Joseph EHINDERO Department of Special Education and Curriculum Studies, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

10. Present Position and Type of Appointment: Lecturer I

MY Qualifications

(i) Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE), French/Yoruba, 1990

(ii) Bachelor of Education (Yoruba). Second Class Honors (Lower Division), 1994.

(iii) Master of Arts in Education (Guidance and Counselling), 1999.

(iv) Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Guidance and Counselling), 2008.

MY Publications

(i). Ehindero S.A. (2003). The role of home in early childhood Education. Reading in Early Childhood and Universal Basic Education. In O.J. Ehindero and F.O. Aladejana (eds) Readings in early Childhood and Universal Basic Education Accra: Lanterns Books.

(ii) Ehindero S.A. (2003). An Assessment of the Range of Guidance and Counselling Services in Selected Secondary Schools in Osun-State. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp17-2

(iii). Ehindero S.A. (2005). Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education: The Role of the Teacher. African Journal of Information Technology, Ilorin, Vol. 9, No.1. pp

(iv). Adesina A.D.O., Oribabor O.A. and Ehindero S.A. (2005). Population and Family life Education for Sustainable Democratic Society and Nation Building. International Journal of Economic and Development Issues, Ikot-Ekpene, Vol. 5 Nos 1&2, 20-25.

(v). Aladejana A.I. Aladejana F.O. and Ehindero S.A. (2006). An analysis of Mentoring Relationships Among Teachers: A case study of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring.UK. Vol. 4, No pp 20-30.

(vi). Adesina A.D.O. and Ehindero S.A. (2006). The Status and Challenges of Open and Distance Learning System in Nigeria. International Journal of Social Policy Issues. Ikot-Ekpene. Vol. 4 No 1, pp 129-136.

(vii). Ehindero .S.A. (2008). Enhancing Opportunity for all through Community Counselling Services. The Journal of Nigerian National Council for Adult Education ( NNCAE). Adult Education in Nigeria. Vol.16, pp 126-131.

*(viii). Ehindero S.A. and Ojediran I.A. (2009). Cognitive Dissonance and Deutero- Learning Strategies Among Yoruba speaking Nigerian children. The International Journal of Learning. Vol. 16, pp 223-240. U.S.A

*(ix). Ehindero S.A. (2010). Types and Prevalence of Peer Victimization Among Secondary School Students in Osun State, Nigeria: Implications for Counselling. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education (IJCDSE). Infonomics Society. ISSN 2042 6364 (Online). Vol. 1, Issue 1. Pp 53-60.

(x). Ehindero S.A. (2005). An Assessment of Gender Related Misconceptions of HIV/AIDS among Secondary School Students Adolescents. International Council of Education for Teachers, ICET World Assembly 2005, South Africa.

(xi). Ehindero S.A. (2010). An Assessment of predisposing Factors to Peer Victimization among secondary school students: Implications for Counselling. Canada, International Conference on Education. Canada.

(xii). Adebowale, O.F. & Ehindero, S.A. (2011). Online Counselling: The Emergence of Information Technology in support of learning and Cognition. Emerging Technologies in Learning: Impact on Cognition and Culture. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

Research Interests

(i).Impact of Curriculum Assessment Reforms on school counseling in Nigeria.

(ii) Parenting and counselling roles in implementing the objectives of the new roadmap for Nigeria education