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JEGEDE Philip Olu

Professor

ABOUT ME

1. Name: JEGEDE Philip Olu

2. Date and Place of Birth: 28th November, 1965; Ikole-Ekiti,Nigeria

3. Nationality: Nigerian

4. Permanent Address:

5. Current Address:

6. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mrs. M.O. Jegede, Road 23, House 11, Obafemi Awolowo University Quarters, Ile-Ife.

7. Phone Number: +234 0137445405

8. E-Mail : olujegede

9. Present Position: Professor


MY Qualifications

1. Higher Educational Institutions Attended with Dates:

(i) University of Lagos, Lagos: 1984 – 1989

(ii) University of Lagos, Lagos: 1991 – 1995

(iii) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife: 1997 – 1999

(iv) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife: 2001 – 2006



2. Academic and Professional Qualifications with Dates:



(i) Bachelor of Science (Mathematics): 1989

(ii) Master of Science (Mathematics): 1995

(iii) Master of Education (Tests and Measurement): 1999

(iv) Ph.D. (Curriculum Studies): 2006


MY Publications

1. Thesis/Dissertation



(i) Jegede, P.O. (1995). Solutions of Conflicting Population Problems.

Unpublished M.Sc. (Mathematics) Dissertation, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria.

(ii) Jegede, P.O. (1999). Evaluation of Test Characteristics of SSCE Mathematics Items. Unpublished M.Ed. (Tests and Measurement) Project, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

(iii) Jegede, P.O (2006). A Study of the Predictors of Teacher Educators’ Behaviour towards ICT in South-Western Nigeria. Unpublished Ph.D. (Curriculum) Dissertation.



2. Books and Monographs

(a) Edited Books:

+(i) Ehindero, O.J., Aladejana F.O and Jegede P.O (2009). Principles and Practice of Education. Obafemi Awolowo University Press, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

(b) Contribution to Books:



(ii) Jegede, P.O., and Odejobi, C.O. (2003). Computer Literacy through Universal Basic Education. In O.J. Ehindero and F.O. Aladejana (eds). Reading in Early Childhood and Universal Basic Education. Accra: Lantern Books.

(iii) Fasanmi F.O., and Jegede P.O. (2006) Trade Unionism in the Teaching Profession in Nigeria. In O.J. Ehindero and F.O. Aladejana (eds). Introduction to the teaching profession. Lagos; Lantern Books.

(iv) Fasanmi F.O., and Jegede P.O. (2006) Ethics of Teaching Profession. In O.J. Ehindero and F.O. Aladejana (eds). Introduction to the teaching profession. Lagos; Lantern Books.

(v) Jegede P.O., and O.O. Bakare (2009) ICT Integrated into Teaching. In O.J. Ehindero F.O. Aladejana and P.O. Jegede (eds). Principle and Practice of Education. Obafemi Awolowo University Press.

(vi) Jegede P.O. and B.A Adeyemi (2009) Purpose and Method of Assessment in Classroom. In O.J. Ehindero, F.O. Aladejana and P.O. Jegede (eds). Principles and Practice of Education. Obafemi Awolowo University Press.



3. (a) Published Articles:



(vii) Jegede, P.O. (1998). Evaluation of Test Characteristics of SSCE Mathematics Items. Journal of Social and Educational Research. 1 (1), Pp. 54-63.

(viii) Jegede, P.O., Adelodun, O.A., and Okoli, B.C. (1998). Evaluation of Test Characteristics of UME Mathematics Items in the Context of Bloom’s Taxonomic Categories. Journal of creativity in teaching for the Acquisition and Dissemination of Effective Learning (CITADEL) 3(6), Pp. 233-241.

(ix) Afolabi, E.R.I., Jegede, P.O. and Popoola, B.I. (1999). Mandatory Computer Education in Nigerian Secondary Schools; Prospects and Problems. Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 3(2), Pp. 32-38.

(x) Dibu-Ojerinde, O.O. and Jegede, P.O. (1999). Estimating Essay Scoring Reliability by Combining Experimental Design and Scorers’ Resampling; Ife Journal of Behavioural Research 1(1), Pp. 41-48.

(xi) Jegede, P.O. and Olajubu, E.A. (2001). The Need for Data Communication Network in Nigerian Universities. UNAD Journal of Education (A Publication of Faculty of Education, University of Ado-Ekiti) 2(1), Pp. 34-40.

(xii) Jegede, P.O. (2001). The Use of Pocket Calculators in Senior Secondary School Mathematics Examinations. Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation 4(2), Pp. 37- 40.

(xiii) Jegede, P.O. (2002). Relationship between the Academic Performance of JSSCE Students in Mathematics, Integrated Science and Introductory Technology. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research 4(1), Pp 103-108.

(xiv) Jegede, P.O. and Owolabi, J.A. (2003). Computer Education in Nigerian Secondary Schools: Gaps between Policy and Practice. Meridian Middle School Computer Technology Journal (A Publication of North Carolina State University U.S.A.). 6(2), Summer 2003. Available at http://www/ncsu.edu/meridian/sum2003.

(xv) Jegede, P.O. (2003). Gender and Computer Ownership in Attitudes towards Computers among College of Education Teachers in Southwestern Nigeria. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education.7 (2), Pp. 137-144.

(xvi) Jegede, P.O., and Olajubu, E.A. (2003). Taxonomy of Computer Competence Skills. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, 8(1), Pp. 111-119.

*(xvii) Jegede, P.O. and Adelodun, O.A. (2003). The Status of ComputerEducation in Nigeria Secondary Schools. African Symposium. (A Publication of African Educational Research Network, Ohio: U.S.A.) 3(3), Available at http://www.ncsu.edu/ncsu/aern/sept03.htw

*(xviii) Akande, J.O. and Jegede, P.O. (2004). Andragogy and Computer Literacy: The Nigerian Perspective. African Symposium (A Publication of African Educational Research Network, Ohio: U.S.A.).4(2), Available at http://www.ncsu.edu/ncsu/aern/july04.htw

*(xix) Jegede, P.O and Owolabi.J.A (2005). Effects of Professional status, subject Discipline and Computer Access on Computer Attitudes among Teacher Educators in Nigerian Colleges of Education. Information Technology Journal, Pakistan, 4 (2), Pp 158-162

*(xx) Jegede P.O., (2007) Factors in Computer Self-Efficacy Among Nigerian College of Education Teachers. Journal of Psychology in Africa, (USA,17(1&2), Pp 39-44 ________________________

*+(xxi) Jegede P.O. (2008) Computer Attitudes as Correlates of Computer Self-Efficacy Among South-West Nigerian Higher Education Teachers. International Journal of Internet Education, Cairo, Egypt. 3, Pp 22-27 *+(xxii) Jegede P.O. and Oluwajunse T. (2008). Teacher Preparation

Models for the Teaching of Numeracy In Nigerian Primary Schools: A Comparative Study African Symposium (A publication of African Education1 Research Network) Ohio, USA. 8(2), Available at http://www.nasu.edu/aern/TASB.2/TASB.2.pdf

*+(xxiii) Jegede P.O. (2008) ICT Attitudinal Characteristics and Use Level of Nigerian Teachers. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 5, Pp 261-266

+(xxiv) Jegede P.O. and Aregbesola T.O.(2009) A Study of Internet Searching Behaviour of Nigerian Postgraduate Students. Journal of Science and Technical Education. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko.1(1),Pp 133-137.

*+(xxv) Jegede P.O. (2009). Assessment of Nigerian Teacher Educators’ ICT Training. Journal of Issues In Informing Science and Information Technology. USA, 6, Pp 416-420.

*+(xxvi) Jegede P.O. (2009). Age and ICT-Related Behaviours of Higher Education Teachers in Nigeria. Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. USA, 6, Pp 771-777.

+(xxvii) Jegede P. O., Ilori M. O. & Jegede M. O. (2009) Assessment of ICT Use Behaviour of Female Teacher Educators in Nigerian Institutions. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education. 12(1), Pp. 14-21.

+(xxviii) Jegede.P.O.(2009). Determinants of Computer Programming Achievements Among Engineering Students in a Nigerian University. Journal of Science and Technical Education. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko 1(1),Pp 119-126.



(b) Published Conference Proceedings:



*(xxix) Aladejana F.O. and Jegede P.O. (2006) Pre-service Teacher Preparation in Nigeria. How ICT Competent are the teacher Educators? Book of Abstract 12th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning andTraining, Nov. 28th- Dec. 1st, 2006, Berlin, Germany. Pp. 405 – 408.

*(xxx) Aladejana F.O., Jegede P.O. and Aregbesola T.O. (2007). Role Models and ICT-Related Programmes Among Nigerian Female Undergraduates. Book of Abstract 2nd International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training, May 28th-30th, 2007, Nairobi, Kenya, pp 135-138.

*+(xxxi) Jegede P.O. (2008) Thought Models in the Teaching of Selected Abstract Algebraic Concepts. Proceeding of the Third International Conference on Mathematical Sciences. United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, March 3-6, Pp 467 -472 (Non-referred).

*+(xxxii) Jegede P.O. & Ajayi.H.O. (2008). Nigerian Teachers’ Perception on Developmentally Appropriateness of E-learning in Early Childhood Education. International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Nov. 17-19, Madrid, Spain

+(xxxiii) Jegede P.O. (2009). A Study of Students’ Readiness for Internet-Enabled Learning Environment in a Nigerian University. AICTTRA Proceeding, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Pp. 074 – 079.

*+(xxxiv) Jegede P.O. (2009). A Study of IT Ethics Among Nigerian Pre-Service Teachers. Proceedings of 8th Internet Education Conference, July 14-16, 2009, Cairo, Egypt

*+(xxxv) Jegede P.O. (2009). Locus of Control and Computer Programming Skills Acquisition Among Engineering Students in A Nigerian University. Proceedings of 8th Internet Education Conference, July 14-16, 2009, Cairo Egypt.

*+(xxxvi) Jegede P.O. (2009). Internet-Related Variables and Pre-Service Teachers IT Ethics A Nigerian case. Proceedings of International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, July 6-8, 2009, Barcelona, Spain. Pp. 001340-001345.

*+(xxxvii) Jegede P.O. (2009). Situational Variables and Students Online Time in A Nigerian University. Proceedings of International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, July 6-8, 2009, Barcelona, Spain. Pp. 001334 – 001339.

*+(xxxviii) Jegede P. O. (2009). ICT Contents in Teachers Preparation Programme for Middle Schools: Nigeria Experience. Proceedings of first International Conference on Education Research for Development, May 13-15, 2009, Addis Ababa, Ethiopa.

*+(xxxix) Jegede P. O., Dibu-Ojerinde O.O., and Ilori M. O. (2008). Relationship between ICT Competence and Attitude among Selected Nigerian Tertiary Institutions’ Lecturers. African Journal of Educational Research, 12(2).

*+(xxxx) Jegede P. O. (2009). Predictors of Java Programming Self-Efficacy among Engineering Students in Nigerian University. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, 4(1).

*+(xxxxi) Jegede P. O. & Adeyemo. E.O. (2012). Undergraduate Distance Learning Programme in Nigeria. The search for standard. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation. Pp 22 - 29.


Research Interests

Mathematics and Computer Education