Dr. ADEYEMI ADEDAPO

ADEDAPO Adeyemi

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Senior Lecturer

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(a)  Name:              DR. ADEDAPO Adeyemi 

(b) Department:       Educational Foundations

(c)  Faculty:             Education

d) Date Of Birth, Town And State Of Origin, Geo-Political Zone        9th March, 1966;

                                                                                                      Oyo Town,

                                                                                                      Oyo State,

                                                                                                      South-West

 

  1. (a)  First Academic Appointment: Assistant Lecturer:  St. Andrew’s College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State  -  May, 2002
  2. (b)  Appointed as:                          Lecturer I  by the NOUN in   23rd October, 2017
  3. (c)  Present Post :                          Senior Lecturer of Educational Technology

 

 

 

 

Courses Taught

I have been facilitating the teaching/setting of questions of the following general education and departmental postgraduate courses (from October, 2017 to date)

  • EDU332 - Introduction to Educational Technology: Theory and Practice
  • EDU811 - Theories of Communication and Philosophical Basis of Instructional Media
  • EDT831 -  Instructional Media Design And Production
  • EDT833 - Facilities for Media Utilization in the Instructional Process and Microteaching
  • EDU731 – Curriculum Development and Practice
  • EDU733 – General Teaching Methods

        Details of Administrative Experience

  1. Chairman, Department of Educational Foundations Examination Committee, Faculty of Education, National Open University of Nigeria (October, 2018 till date)
  2. Programme Coordinator (General Education), Directorate of Degree and Sandwich Programmes of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria (Emmanuel Alayande Campus, Oyo) (June, 2013 to July, 2017)
  3. Co-ordinator, Centre for Educational Technology of Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo (May 21, 2012 to May 20, 2016)

        Service to the University Community

  1. Faculty of Education Examination Officer                                           -     August, 2018 till Date   
  2. Member, Faculty of Education Examination Committee, NOUN        -     August, 2018 till Date
  3. Member, Faculty of Education Course Allocation Committee             -      October, 2018 till Date
  4. Member, Faculty of Education Registrable Courses Committee     -            October, 2018 till Date
  5. Chairman, Faculty of Education Facilities and Environmental Committee  - October, 2018 – Oct.2019
  6. Chairman, Sub-Committee on Protocol, Security and Transport Committe of Faculty of Education First International Conference September, 2019
  7. Chairman, Faculty of Education Examination Committee             -           October, 2020 till Date

 

 

 

 

  1. Completed
  2.        In Progress
  3.        Project, Dissertation and Thesis
  1. Perception of Lecturers in Colleges of Education towards the Utilization of Computer-Assisted Instruction in Teaching and Learning Processess.  Unpublished Master Dissertation submitted to the Department of Teacher Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.  (2002)
  2. Evaluation of Educational Technology Curriculum in Colleges of Education in Oyo State.  Unpublished Master Dissertation submitted to the Department of Teacher Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.  (2006)
  3. Effect of Three Micro-teaching Modes on Trainee-Teachers Learning Outcomes in Selected Teaching Skills.  Unpublished Doctoral Thesis submitted to the Department of Curriculum Studies and Instructional Technology, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria.  (2013)

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Books already published                                       Nil

 

  1. Chapter in Book (Already Published)                  Nil

 

 

  1. Refereed Conference Proceeding

 

(1)      Afolabi, A. O., Afolabi, R. A. & Adedapo, Y. A. (2008). The use of ICTs in teaching            preschoolers in Oyo metropolis. Paper presented at the 29th Annual Convention and            International Conference of Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology   held at Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. Pp. 24–28.

 

  1.  Patents                                                                 Nil

 

  1. Articles that have Already Appeared in Learned Journals

 

 

(2)        Adedapo, Y. A., Salawu, I. O., & Afolabi, A. O. (2004).  Effects of video and audiotaped

instruction on cognitive learning outcomes in Economics. Ilorin Journal of Education, 24, 72-79.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. 

 

(3)       Afolabi, A. O., Adedapo, Y. A., & Adeyanju, O. L. (2005). Why college teachers do not

use ICT facilities in teaching.  Journal of e-Learning (JOEL), 1(1), 25-39.  The official         Journal of the e-Learning Network of Nigeria (eLNN). 

           

(4)        Omoniyi, O. K., Adeyanju, O. L., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2007).  An investigation of  availability and utilization of instructional media in colleges of education in Oyo State.  Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 13(1), 123-128.  A journal publication of  the National Association for Educational Media and Technology, Nigeria. 

 

(5)        Adedapo, Y. A., Nwosu, L. U., & Ibitoye, W. A. (2009).  Influence of video compact disc on teaching learners with hearing impairment spelling mistakes. The Exceptional Child, 11(2), 397-405. A journal publication of the National Council for Exceptional Children, Nigeria.

   

(6)        Adedapo, Y. A. (2009).  Utilization of educational games in pre-primary schools in Oyo State.  The Journal of Early Childhood and Special Education, 1(1), 52-62. A journal publication of Department of Early Childhood and Special Education, Faculty of Education, University of Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria.

 

 (7)       Afolabi, A. O., Afolabi, R.A., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2010). Integrating Information and

Communication Technology (ICT) into primary education system in Nigeria: How sincere

is government?  Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 14(1), 73-76.  A     journal publication of the National Association for Educational Media and Technology,  Nigeria.

 

 (8)       Afolabi, A. O., Adeyanju, O. L., & Adedapo, Y. (2010).  Media utilization for effective

implementation of Universal Basic Education programme in Nigeria.  Journal of

Educational Media and Technology, 14(2), 13-16.  A journal publication of the

National Association for Educational Media and Technology, Nigeria.

 

(9)        Olasedidun, O. K., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2011). Primary school teachers’ perception about

                        Computer and its usage in Oyo township. The Primary School Educator, 5, 28-35.  A journal            publication of Primary Education Studies Association of Nigeria (JOPESAN),  Oyo State      Chapter,

Nigeria.

 

(10)      Adedapo, Y. A. (2012).  Effective use of instructional resources for attainment of                                        educational objectives in primary Mathematics teaching. Oyo State Journal of

Mathematical Association of Nigeria, 3(2), 107-128.  A journal publication of Oyo State Mathematical Association of Nigeria. 

            (11)      Omoniyi, T., & Adedapo, Y. A. (2012). Job involvement and organizational commitment

as determinants of job performance among educational resource centre personnel in

Oyo State, Nigeria.  Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education,

9(1), 195-206.  A journal publication of the Department of Science Education, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria. 

 

 (12)      Adedapo, A. (2014).  Adapting teaching to suit learners’ learning style preferences in the                                        present day classroom.  Journal of Education in Developing Areas, 22(1), 267-274.  A                                             journal publication of the Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State,                                        Nigeria. 

 

 (13)     Adedapo, A. (2014).  Effect of Micro-teaching modes and learning styles on pre-service

teachers’ practical teaching performance.  Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics        and   Education,10(2), 138-150.  A journal publication of the Department of Science        Education, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria.           ,

 

(14)      Omoniyi, T., & Adedapo, A. (2014). Effective integration of Information and Communication  Technologies into teacher education in Nigeria.  Journal of Educational Media and Technology, 18(1), 140-146.  A journal publication of the National Association for Educational Media and Technology, Nigeria. 

 

(15)      Adedapo, A., & Adeyanju, O. L. (2014).  Factors related to the use of interactive

whiteboards in instruction as perceived by primary school teachers in Oyo State. Lagos Education Review, 14(2), 11-18.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria. 

 

(16)      Bolaji, Y. O., Adedapo, A. & Ojogwu, N. (2016).  Impact of graphic organizer as a teaching tool in enhancing social skills among children with Asperger syndrome in Ogun State.  Educational Perspectives, 11(2), 73-82.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. 

 

(17)      Adedapo, A. (2016). The place of computer games in early childhood education.

Journal of Education in Developing Areas, 24(2), 346-352.  A journal publication of the                  Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 

 

(18)      Adedapo, A. (2017).  Media technology exposure and the Nigerian primary school                                      children.  NOUN Journal of Education, 4, 62-68.  A journal publication of Faculty of                                               Education, National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. 

 

 

(19)      Adedapo, A. (2017).  Media technology exposure and the Nigerian primary school                                      children.  NOUN Journal of Education, 4, 62-68.  A journal publication of Faculty of                                               Education, National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. 

 

(20)      Adedapo,  A. (2017).  Effects of video clips of teachers in classroom practices and                                  teaching observation on performance of trainee-teachers in practical teaching skills.                                    Journal of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Education, 13(3), 111-120.  A                                        journal publication of the Department of Science Education, Federal University of                                                Technology, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria. 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

(21)      Adedapo, A. (2018).  Application of instructional media for effective instructional                                    delivery in the 21st  century higher education.  Journal of Education in Developing Areas,                          26(2), 501-506.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, University of Port                               Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 

                                               

 

 (22)     Adedapo,  A. (2018).  Comparative analysis of teaching practice scores from live and

                       videotaped lessons of  student teachers by three categories of assessors.  Educational

                       Perspectives, 13(1), 85-94.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, Lagos                                 State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria. 

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(23)      Adedapo, A. (2019). Entrepreneurship opportunities in Educational Technology   in the   era

            of economic recession for social reforms in Nigeria.  Niger Delta Journal of Education,      11(1), 257-263A journal publication of the Faculty of Education, Niger         Delta University,

Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. 

 

(24)      Adediran, O. A. & Adedapo, A. (2019).  Gender differences in social interaction skills of                        pupils   with autism using token economy and video modeling strategies. Niger Delta                     Journal of Education, 11(2), 293-304.  A journal publication of the Faculty of Education,  Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. 

(25)      Adedapo, A. (2019). Sensitizing teachers on learning needs of older students in part time, sandwich and distance education programmes.  Journal of Educational Research, 1 (1),122-140. A journal publication of Faculty of Education, Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

 

(26)      Salawu, I. O. & Adedapo, A. (2019). Microteaching practicum: A desirable tool for

successful professional teacher preparation,  NOUN International Journal of Education.      5, 340-346.  journal publication of Faculty of Education, National Open University of      Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. 

(27)      Nwosu, L. U. & Adedapo, A. (2020).  Effect of flipped classroom strategy on distance    learning pre-service teachers’ achievement in Educational Technology.  FUOYE                  Journal of Education, 3 (1), 98-104. A journal publication of the Faculty of Education,                    Federal University of Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. 

(28)      Adedapo, A, & Opoola, B. T. (2020).  Levels of integrating the assure model in lesson delivery of selected primary school teachers in Nigeria.  Journal of Language Teaching and Research. Issue 6  (In Press) Academy Publication, United Kingdom MLA INDEX  (International)

(29)      Adedapo, A. (2020).  Gender and entry background differences in postgraduate distance learners’ achievement in the field of Educational Technology.  International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies, 8 (3), 98-104.  MLA. INDEX.  www.ijels.aiac.org.au) Australian Academy Centre. PTY. LTD.   MLA Indexed. Reg no, 5579.( ISSN 2206-9478).   International

  1. Books, Chapters in Books and Articles Already Accepted for Publication

(30)        Adedapo, A. (2020).  Teachers’ attitudes` towards teaching of basic science and technology and students’ achievement at junior secondary school level in Ibadan metropolis. Sokoto Educational Review. 19 (2). A publication of the Faculty of Education and Extension Services, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Sokoto State.    (In Press)

 

 

 

 

  1. A 5-Day 1st International Conference of the Faculty of Education, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Abuja from 23rd – 27th September, 2019 held at the  University Village, Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria.

Paper Presented:  Teacher preparation at the open and distance learning level: The challenges of sustaining desirable quality.

 

  1. A 5-Day 5th Annual National Conference of Faculty of Education, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto from 5th – 8th November, 2018 held at the Auditorium Udus, Sokoto, Nigeria.

Paper Presented:  Teachers’ attitudes towards teaching of Basic Science and Technology and                             students’ achievement at Junior Secondary School level in Ibadan metropolis.

 

  1. A 5-Day 4th Annual International Conference of Faculty of Education, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa from 27th – 31st August, 2018 held at the University Auditorium, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

     Paper Presented:  Entrepreneurship opportunities in Educational Technology in the era of

      economic recession for social reforms in Nigeria.

 

  1. A 4-Day 1st Annual International Conference of the Faculty of Education, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Ebonyi State from 23rd – 26th April, 2018 held at the Faculty of Education Auditorium, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.

Paper Presented:   Sensitizing teachers on learning needs of older students in part time,                                    sandwich and distance education programmes.

 

  1. A 5-day 34th International Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 7th – 11th October, 2013 held at the Learning Resource Centre, Wuse Zone 7,  Abuja, Nigeria.

     Paper Presented:  Interaction effect of micro-teaching modes and learning styles on pre-service

                  teachers’ practical teaching achievement.

 

  1. A 5-day 33rd Annual Convention and International Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 8th – 12th October, 2012 held at Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented: Enhancing instructional delivery in teacher Education through Information &     

      Communication Technology.

 

  1. A 5-day 32nd  International Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from19th – 23rd September, 2011 held at Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  Teacher education and successful utilization of Information and Communication          

                  Technologies.

 

  1. A 6-Day 31st  Annual Convention and National Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 20th – 26th September, 2010 held at Niger State College of Education, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria.

    Paper Presented:  Comparative analysis of teaching practice scores from live and videotaped lessons

                  of student teachers by three categories of assessors.

 

 

  1. A 4-Day 9th Annual Conference of Nigerian Association of Educationists for National Development (NAEND) from 15th – 18th September, 2008 at the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), Ondo, Ondo State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  Towards effective integration of Instructional multimedia packages into students’   teaching practice orientation workshop.  

 

 

(x)       A   5-Day 29th Annual Convention and International Conference of the Nigeria Association

for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 8th – 12th September, 2008 held at Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  The use of ICTs in teaching preschoolers in Oyo metropolis.

 

  1. A 3-Day 28th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 30th October – 1st November, 2007 held at the Faculty of Education, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  An investigation of availability and utilization of instructional media in colleges of      

                  education in Oyo State. 

  1. A 5-Day 3rd International Conference of Centre for Issues on Development in Africa (CENIDA) from 12th – 16th October, 2007 held at Treasureland Conference Centre, Kumasi-Ghana.

   Paper Presented:  Information Communication Technology: A panacea to the practice of female  

      genital mutilation among professionals in Africa.

 

  1. A 5-Day 27th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 28th August – 1st September, 2006 held at the University of Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  Media utilization for effective implementation of Universal Basic Education    

programme in Nigeria.

 

  1. A 4-Day e-Learning 2005 Conference of e-Learning Network of Nigeria (eLNN) from 3rd – 6th October, 2005 held at the Conference Centre of University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  Why College teachers do not use ICT facilities in teaching?

(xv) A 5-Day 25th National Conference of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 20th – 24th October, 2003 held at University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

   Paper Presented:  Effectiveness of the Centre for Educational Technology in the training of NCE

                  teachers.

 

  1. A 4-Day 24th National Convention of the Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT) from 20th – 23rd November, 2002 held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.

  

 

 

Paper Presented:  An investigation into the level of awareness and degree of utilization of

                  Information Technology among the academics in Oyo State

 

 

 

 

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