1. Name: OMOTESO Bonke Adepeju
2. Date 3rd March, 1960
3. Place of birth: Abeokuta
4. Nationality: Nigerian
5. Permanent Home Address: 63, Ijemo Agbadu Road, Ake, Abeokuta
6. Current Postal Address: Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling
7. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Dr Ebenezer Adedeji Omoteso Address as in No. 6 above.
8. Phone: 08035038069
9. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
10. Date of Assumption of Duty: 14th July, 1997
11. Present Position: Reader
OMOTESO Bonke AdepejuReader
1. Name: OMOTESO Bonke Adepeju
(i) National Certificate in Education, (NCE) Adeyemi College of Education , Ondo
(ii) Bachelor of Arts in Education (French), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife
(iii) Master of Arts in Education (Psychology of Education) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife
(iv) Doctor of Philosophy, (Psychology of Education) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
M.A. THESIS – 1997, The Relationship between Teacher Verbal Behaviour and Teacher Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Ife Central Local Government Area, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
DOCTORAL THESIS – 2003, Perception of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) as Correlate of Sexual Behaviour among University Undergraduates in Southwestern Nigeria, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
(2) Published Chapter Contribution to Books
(i) Omoteso, B. A. (2011). Confronting HIV/AIDS in Nigeria through education and behaviour change communication. In A. Alao & R. Taiwo (eds.) Perspectives on African Studies. Essays in Honour of Toyin Falola. Muenchen, (Germany): Lincom Europa, pp.477 – 490
(3) List of Published Articles:
(ii). Omoteso, B.A., (1998). Effect of teacher verbal and non-verbal communication on the performance of students in English comprehension. Nigerian Journal of Social and Educational Research and Evaluation, 1.1. 7-13.
(iii). Omoteso, B. A. and Aladejana, A.I. (1999). Appraisal of Dewey's conception of education as growth and its implication for Nigerian education. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research, 1, 1, 5- 14.
(iv). Omoteso, B. A. and Popoola, B.I. (1999). Classroom anthropological observation research in Nigerian nursery education. Ife Journal of Behavioural Research, 1, 2, 34 -37.
(v). Omoteso, B. A. (1999). Providing for exceptional children in Nigerian Educational system. Nigerian Journal of Social and Educational Research, 1, 2, 13–18.
(vi). Omoteso, B.A. (1999). An examination of the cheating behaviour among secondary school students. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation, 1, 1, 24-27.
(vii). Omoteso, B.A. and Afolabi, E. R. I. (2000). The relationship between teacher verbal behaviour and teacher effectiveness in secondary schools. Nigerian Journal of Counselling Education, 2, 1, 25 – 32.
(viii). Omoteso, B.A. (2001). Attitude of education students to postgraduate studies in Education. Ife Journal of Theory and Research in Education, (Nigeria). 6, 1, 1- 6.
(ix). Omoteso, B. A. (2002). Psychological and social impacts of HIV/AIDS and obstacles to its control in Nigeria. Journal of Knowledge Review, 5,1, 50-54.
(x). Omoteso, B.A. and Aladejana, A.I. (2003) Politics and democracy in the Nigerian philosophy of Education. . Journal of African Philosophy. An International Electronic Journal of African Philosophy. North America, 2.1. Available at Http://www.Africanphilosophy.com/afphil/vol.2/html (Accredited).
(xi) Omoteso, B.A. (2004). The behaviour problems of children with communication disorders. West African Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics Teachers, Cotonou, (Republic of Benin), 2,2, 157-164.
(xii) Omoteso, B.A. (2004). Perception of HIV/AIDS as correlate of attitude towards HIV infected students among university undergraduate students in Southwestern Nigeria. The African Symposium. An on-line African Educational Research Journal Ohio, (U. S. A.) 4, 2, available at www.2ncu.edu/ncsu/aern/pejum. (Accredited)
(xiii) Omoteso, B.A. (2004). The place of communication and information in HIV/AIDS education among university undergraduates in Southwestern Nigeria. The African Symposium. An on-line African Educational Research Journal Ohio, (U. S. A.) 4, 3, available at www.2ncu.edu/ncsu/aern/pejum. (Accredited)
(xiv) Omoteso, B. A. (2004). Perception of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) as a correlate of sexual behaviour among university undergraduates in Southwestern Nigeria. Ife Journal of Educational Studies, 11, 1, 63-76.
(xv) Omoteso, B. A. (2007). Predictors of Sexual Behaviour among Undergraduate Students in Southwestern Nigeria. African Journal of Education and Information Management, 9, 1&2 129-139.
(xvi). Omoteso, B.A. (2008). A study of knowledge and attitude of adolescents in relation to sex education in secondary schools in Nigeria: An introductory study. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. (A Publication of Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd. Australia, 3, 6, 1- 6.
(xvii). Omoteso, B. A. and Oluwatosin, S. A. (2008). Patterns of effective principals' leadership behaviour as perceived by secondary school teachers. Journal of Educational Research and Policies 3, 2, 17 – 23.
(xviii). Omoteso, B. A. (2008). Perception and prevention of HIV/AIDS among undergraduate students in universities in South-western Nigeria. The International Journal of Learning. Urbana-,Champaign, (USA), 16, 8, 177-188.
(xix). Omoteso, B. A. and Ajeigbe, T. O. (2009). History of childhood sexual abuse as a correlate of adolescent sexual behaviour. The International Journal of child Education and Gender Studies in Africa, 1, 2, 68 – 85.
(xx). Omoteso, B. A., Adeniyi, W. O. and Bada, T. O. (2009). The influence of the knowledge of HIV/AIDS on behaviour change among undergraduates of Faculty of Education of Obafemi Awolowo University , Ile-Ife. The Counsellor, An Official Journal of the Counseling Association of Nigeria 27, 7 – 20.
(xxi). Omoteso, B. A. (2010). Parental involvement in schooling: The perceptions and attitude of secondary school teachers in a local government area in Osun state. Ife Psychologia. 18,1, 309 – 325.
(xxii). Omoteso, B. A., Ojo, O. O. and Aladejana, A. I (2005). The impact of HIV/AIDS on education in Nigeria: The roles of teachers, students and schools International Yearbook on Teaching Education for Teachers, ICET 2005 World Assembly, Pretoria, (South Africa). .
(xxiii). Omoteso, B. A. and Odeleye , M. O. (2006) The impact of a school-based education programme on HIV/AIDS prevention among secondary school students in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. International Yearbook on Teaching Education for Teachers, ICET 2006 World Assembly, Forteleza, (Brazil).
(xxiv). Omoteso, B. A. and Adejumo, O. (2008). Students' attitude towards internet use in a university in Nigeria (CD). Proceedings of the International conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, (Spain) 17th – 19th November, 2008.
(xxv). Adepegba (Omoteso), B. A. (2009). Perceived causes of gender imbalance in enrolment in engineering courses among university undergraduate students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. The International Interdisciplinary Women Studies congress, University of Sakarya, Sakarya, (Turkey) 5th – 7th March, 2009, p. 393 – 400.
(4) List of Articles Accepted for Publication:
(xxvi) Omoteso, B. A. (2011). Learning difficulties and self-regulated learning among undergraduate students in a university in Nigeria. The International Journal of learning.(Urbana-Champaign, (USA).
(xxvii) Omoteso, B. A. & Semudara, O. A. (2011). The relationship between teachers' effectiveness and management of classroom misbehaviours in secondary schools. Scientific Research Publishing: Psychology(Psych), 2, 9. Delaware, (USA).
(xxviii) Omoteso, B. A. & Banjoko, O. E. (2011). The influence of parenting styles on social adjustment problems of fresh undergraduate students. International Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance,(Winneba, (Ghana), 7.
(i). Adolescent sexual behavior
(ii) Psychology of Learning
(iii). Psychological Foundations of Education.
(iv). Communicating emotions through the Internet.