1. Name: BELLO Theodora Olufunke
2. Date of Birth 18th October, 1968
3. Place of Birth Bekwai (Ghana)
4. Nationality: Nigerian
5. Marital Status: Married
6. Permanent Address Rd. 21, House 6b, OAU Quaters, Ile-Ife
7. Current Postal Address Institute of Education, OAU, Ile-Ife
8. Name and Address of Spouse: Mr. Richard Bello. C 22, Cornerstone, Labak Estate, New Oko-Oba, Agege, Lagos
9. Phone Number +234-08066185222
10. E-mail email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
11. Present Position: Senior Lecturer
BELLO Theodora OlufunkeSenior Lecturer
1. Name: BELLO Theodora Olufunke
(a) B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 1992
(b) M.Sc. (Physic), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 2000
(c) M.Ed. (Curriculum Studies), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 2003
(d) M.Phil. (Physics), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 2006
(e) Ph.D. (Physics), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife 2012
a. Contributions to Books:
(i) Aregbesola T.O. (2003) Dissemination of Science and Technological Knowledge in Nigerian Primary School Level. In Ehindero O. J. and Aladejana F.O. (Eds) Readings in Early Childhood Education Literamed Publications Limited, Ghana: pp 234-246
(ii) Aregbesola T.O. (2006) Professionalization of Education. In Ehindero O. J. and Aladejana F.O. (Eds) Introduction to the Teaching Profession Literamed Publications Limited, Nigeria: pp 79-91
(iii) Aregbesola T.O. and Adediran V.O. (2009) Organogramme of the School System. In Ehindero O. J., Aladejana F.O. and Jegede P.O. (Eds) Principles and Practice of Education Obafemi Awolowo University Press, Ile-Ife, Nigeria: pp 145-154
b. Publised Articles
(a) Journal Articles
(iv). Aregbesola, T.O. (1999) A Comparative Analysis of Urban and Rural Women’s Perspective of the Environmental Effect of Their Sources and Utilization of Energy. Nigerian Journal of Social and Educational Research, vol. 1, No 2; pp. 40 – 45.
(v). Aregbesola, T.O. and Ojerinde, O.O. (2000) Achievement in Physics, Gender and Attitude towards Technologically Oriented Career among Nigerian Adolescents. Nigerian Journal of Social and Educational Research, vol. 3, No 3; pp. 54 – 59
(vi). Aregbesola T.O. and Adelodun, O.A. (2004) Analysis of Dropout Rate in Nigerian Secondary Schools. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, vol 8, No 1, pp 134-141.
(vii). Jegede, O.O., Mauder, M., Okogbue, E.C., Foken, T., Balogun, E.E., Adedokun, J.A., Oladiran, E.O., Omotosho, J.A., Balogun, A.A., Oladosu, O.R., Sunmonu, L.A., Ayoola, M.A., Aregbesola, T.O., Ogolo, E.O., Nymphas, E.F., Adeniyi, M.O., Olatona, G.I., Ladipo, K.O., Ohamobi, S.I., Gbobaniyi, E.O. and Akinlade, G.O. (2004) The Nigerian Micrometeorological Experiment (NIMEX-1): An overview. Ife Journal of Science, vol. 6, Number 2, pp 191-202.
(viii). Jegede, O.O., Ogolo E.O. and Aregbesola, T.O. (2006) Estimating net radiation using routine meteorological data at a tropical location in Nigeria. International Journal of Sustainable Energy, vol. 25, No 2, pp 107-115
(ix) Akinwumi, I.O., Bamidele, E.F. and Aregbesola, T.O. (2006) The Learning of Secondary School Physics using Specific Feedback - Remedial (SFR.) Measures, The African Journal of Education and Information Management, vol 8, No 2, pp 138-144
(x) Jegede, P.O. and Aregbesola, T.O. (2009) A study of Internet searching behaviour of Nigerian postgraduate students. Journal of Science and Technical Education, vol. 1, No 1, pp 133-137
(xi) Ajayi, H.O. and Bello, T.O. (2011) Approaches to Reach and Teach the most Marginalized Children in Nigeria: The Girl-Child Education. African Research Review, vol.5 (3), No 20, pp 81-89. Ethiopia
(xii) Bello, T.O. (2011) Effect of Group Instructional Strategy on Students’ Performance in Selected Physics Concepts . African Sympossium, Vol.6, No 1, pp 71-79. USA
(xiii) Bello, T.O. (2011) Gender Variability in Internet Searching Behaviour of Postgraduate Students in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.International Journal of Learning, Vol.11, No 4, pp 171-179. London
(b) Published Conference Proceedings
(xiv). Aregbesola, T.O. and Jegede, O.O. (2003) The surface energy budget of a tropical area in a cloudy condition at Ile-Ife, Nigeria. International Women’s Conference on BIEN-Technology (The converging of Bio, Information, Environment, Energy, Space and Nano Technology), PaiChai University, Daejon, Korea.
(xv) Balogun, A.A., Aregbesola, T.O. and Jegede, O.O. (2004) The mean surface layer characteristics during NIMEX-1. Workshop on the Nigerian Micrometeorological Experiment (NIMEX-1), Edited by O.O. Jegede, E.C. Okogbue and E.E. Balogun, pp 40-43.
xvi) Aladejana, F.O., Jegede, P.O. and Aregbesola, T.O. (2007) Role models and ICT-related programmes among Nigerian female undergraduates. 2nd International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training. Nairobi, Kenya. www.elearning-africa.com
(xvii) Aregbesola, T.O. (2007) Introducing space science curriculum into Nigerian secondary schools: the challenges and prospects. National Workshop on Space Science Curriculum Development for Schools. Centre for Space Science and Technology Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
(xviii) Aregbesola, T.O. (2007) Using Interactive Computer Software (ICS) to Improve the Learning of Space Science and Mathematics in Primary School Education. 13th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training. Online Educa Berlin, Berlin, Germany, pp 110-113. www.online-educa.com
c.. Manuscripts Accepted for Publication:
(i) Bello, T.O. Funding for Research in Science and Technology in Nigerian Universities: The Gender Perspective. International Journal of Emerging Trends in Education Policy
d. Manuscripts Submitted for Publication:
(i) Bello, T.O. Micrometeorological procedures for determining the convective heat fluxes.
(ii) Bello, T.O. Exchange of mass, momentum and energy fluxes in the surface layer at a tropical low-wind area.
My research activities are in two parts. The first one is in the field of science (Physics) education, space science education, ICT in education and curriculum studies at various level of education and on seeing how the teaching and learning of science can be improved upon and in developing the interest of students in the learning of science at all levels which will eventually spur them to pursue technologically oriented (self sustaining) career in the nearest future. The second part is in my primary field, which is in the field of Atmospheric Physics.