Dr Ademokoya J.A.


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Julius Abiola ADEMOKOYA

8th January, 1963.

FIRST ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT:  Assistant Lecturer (16 August, 1994)

PRESENT POSITION :  Professor / A & P Committee for Junior Non-Teaching Staff on CONTISS 5 and below

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION (WITH DATES):

University of Ibadan, Ibadan          1987

University of Ibadan, Ibadan          1989

University of Ibadan, Ibadan          1995

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES AND GRANTING BODIES):

B.Ed., (Hons); (Speech and Hearing Education/Rehabilitation), University of Ibadan

M.Ed., (Special Education), University of Ibadan.

Ph.D., (Special Education), University of Ibadan. 

HONOURS, DISTINCTIONS AND MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES:

Awarded: International Intellectual of Year 2001, by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Member, Nigerian Association of Special Education Teacher (NASET).

Member, National Council for Exceptional Children (NCEC).

Member, Nigeria Speech and Hearing Association (NISHA).

DETAILS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan. August 1994  August 1995:

Lecturer II, Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan. August 1995  October 1998:

Lecturer I, Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan. October 1998  October 2001:

Senior Lecturer, Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan. October 2001- to date

Number of Undergraduate Projects Supervised as at 31st July, 2004 is as follows:

          B. Ed   - 40 Candidates

Post-graduate Supervision:-

            The following is the list of PGD, M.Ed, M.Phil and PhD degree students I have supervised as at July 31st 2004.

          PGD    -        2 Candidates

          M. Ed  -        20 Candidates

Administrative Duties

i) Secretary, Departmental Postgraduate Committee, 1995 –1996

ii) Coordinator, Departmental Postgraduate Committee, 1996 to 2003.

iii) Coordinator, Departmental Postgraduate Committee, 2005 to date.

iv) Member, Departmental Finance Committee, 2005 to date.

v) Chairman, Local Organising Committee, of the 15th Annual Conference of the National Council for Exceptional Children (NCEC) hosted by the Department of Special Education, University of Ibadan between 8th - 11th August 2006.

vi) Member, Social and Welfare Committee, Faculty of Education.  1995  1999.

vii) Secretary, Faculty of Education Prospectus Drafting Committee, 1998.

viii) Member, Ethics and Character Committee, Faculty of Education. 2001.

ix) Member, Planning and Logistics sub-committee of the 40th Anniversary Committee, of the Faculty of Education. University of Ibadan. 2005

x) Member, Faculty of Education Aids Awareness Committee, 2004 to 2005

xi) Business Editor, Faculty of Education Journal (Ibadan Journal of Education Studies) 2003 to 2005.

xii) Member, Editorial Board, Faculty of Education Journal (Ibadan Journal of Education Studies) 2005 to date

xiii) Editor-in-Chief, Departmental Journal (Journal of Special Education) 2002 to 2005.

xiv) Member, Continuing Education Coordinating Unit, (The Faculty's Consultancy out-fit) 2002 to date.

xx) Acting Head of Department of Special Education February 1st 2008 till date  

RESEARCH

Completed

Mentioned below are completed research works designed and carried out by my humble self or in conjunction with academic colleagues and some of my supervised postgraduate students:

Dissertation and Thesis.

 (i) Beliefs and Attitude of some Parents towards their Disabled Children in Oyo State.

 M.Ed. Dissertation, 1989 

(ii) Effects of Direct and Indirect Instructional Strategies on Fostering Reasoning Skills in Hearing-impaired Students.

 Ph.D. Thesis 1995

Education of the Hearing-impaired.

1. Ademokoya J.A. Onwuchekwa J.N. and Oyewumi A. M. (2003). Educating the Hearing-impaired within the Context of the Universal Basic Education. In O. Ayodele Bamisaiye, I. A. Nwazuoke and A. Okediran (eds.) Education in this Millennium: Innovation in Theory and Practice. Ibadan: Macmillan. (Number 9 on C.V).

2. Ademokoya J.A. and Chovwen A (1998). Improving School Audiological Processes through Computer Application. Nigeria Journal of computer Literacy 2 (1) 96-101 (number 25 on C.V).

3. Ademokoya J.A. and Oyewumi A.M. (2001). Applying Inclusive Education to the Hearing-impaired Child in the Nursery Schools. Journal of Special Education 9 (1) 25-33 (Number 31 on C.V).

4.  Ademokoya J.A. (2001). Improving Counselling Relationships with Deaf Persons through the use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology 7/8 12-9 (Number 32 on C.V).

  1. Ademokoya J.A and Oyewumi A.M (2002). Integrating the Hard of Hearing Children into Regular School through the Universal Basic Education Programme. Nigerian Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics  40,  40- 43 (Number 33 on the C.V)

6. Ademokoya J.A. (1990). Speech Communication: Development and Disorders. In I. Nwazuoke (ed.) Understanding Special Education. Ibadan. Creative Books 100-125 (Number 4 on C.V).

7. Ademokoya J.A (1995). Stuttering: The Enigma and Management of a Speech Disorder in Children. Ife Psychologia 3   (2) 163-172 (Number 17 on C.V).

8. Ademokoya J.A. (2004). “Those Troubled by the Way they Speak” What Help can the Counselor Offer? The Nigerian Journal of Guidance and Counselling 9 (1) 85-93. (Number 40 on C.V).

9. Ademokoya J.A (2004). Managing the Reaction Effects of Speech Disorders on Speech Defectives. African Journal of Cross- Cultural Psychology and Sport Facilitation. 6 91-95 (Number 41 on C.V).

10. Ademokoya J. A. (2004). Integrating Speech/ Language Therapy into the General Education Practices. Paper accepted for publication at the Ibadan Journal of Education Studies. Vol.4

PUBLICATIONS

 (a)     Chapters in Books already published

1  Ademokoya, J. A. (1993) . Audiology: Hearing Loss Communication Disorders and   Audiologcial interventions, in J.N. Onwuchekwa (Ed) A Comprehensive Textbook of Special Education.Nigeria Ibadan: Agbo Areo. Chapter 3, 19  28.

2  Ademokoya, J. A. and  Ajobiewe T. (1995). 30 selected papers of Dr. P.O. Mba: Father of Special Education in Nigeria. Ibadan: Codat. A book I co-edited with mentioned colleague. Nigeria

3  Ademokoya, J. A.  (1996). An overview of Establishing and Running Community-baed Rehabilitation Centres for Disabled Persons. In T. A. Adedoja, T Ajobiewe and M.A. Alabi (Eds.). Family, School, Community and Government Involvement in Rehabilitation of the Handicapped. Ibadan: Pat-Mag. Chapter 6, 61-76. Nigeria

4  Ademokoya, J. A. (1996) Speech: Communication: Development and Disorders.  In 1. Nwazuoke (Ed.) Understanding Special Education. Ibadan: Creative Books  Chapter 7, 100 - 125 Nigeria

5 Ademokoya, J. A. (1997) Aetiologically-induced Neuromuscular Defects in Deaf  Individuals and  Physical Fitness intervention programs. In  O.A. Moronkola  (Ed). Essentials of human kinetics and Health Education:  Ibadan:  Codat. Chapter 2, 45  56. Nigeria

6  Ademokoya, J. A. (1997) Characteristics of Research instrument in O.A. Moronkola, C.V. Abe and A. O. Ogunwuyi (Eds.) Understanding Research Methodology in Education.  Ibadan: Amazing Grace Educational, Chapter 8, 63- 74. Nigeria

7  Ademokoya, J. A.  (2001).  A Review of Dividends of Democracy for Exceptional Nigerians in the New Political Dispensation. In J.A. Ademokoya (Ed.) Exceptional Nigerians in the New Political Dispensation: Ibadan: Options, Chapter 8, 78-87. This is also book 1 single edited.   Nigeria.      

8 Ademokoya, J. A.  (2003). New Thinking in Special Education: Implications for Special Education Practice in Nigeria. In J. B. Babalola and S. O. Adedeji (Eds.) Contemporary Issues in Educational Management. Ibadan, Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan.  Pages 427-436. Nigeria

9  Ademokoya, J. A. Onwuchekwa J. N. and Oyewumi A. M. (2003). Educating the Hearing-impaired within the Context of Universal Basic Education. In O. Ayodele-Bamisaiye, I. A. Nwazuoke and A. Okediran (Eds.) Education in this Millennium: Innovation in Theory and Practice. Ibadan: Macmillan. Pages 317-326. Contribution: 40%.   Nigeria.

10  Ademokoya, J. A. and Oyewumi, M. A. (2004). Enhancing Access to Educational Opportunities for Pupils with Disabilities in Nigeria through Universal Basic Education. In D. F. Elaturoti and K. Babarinde (Eds.) Teachers’ Mandate on Education and Social Development in Nigeria. Ibadan: Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan   Pages 27-35. Contribution: 50%. Nigeria.  

11 Ademokoya J.A. (2007). Meeting the Socio-Emotional and Learning Needs of the Multiply –Disabled Hearing Impaired Schools Child. In I.A. Nwazuoke; E.A. Okediran and O.A. Moronkola (Eds). Education for Social Transformation. Ibadan. Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. Pages 2003-216. Nigeria.

12  Ademokoya J.A. (2008). Education for All Including the Special Needs Child. In M. Boucouvalas and R. Aderinoye (Eds.). Education for Millennium Development. Ibadan: Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Pages 20 35.   

(b) Articles that have already appeared in Refereed Conference Proceedings

13  Ademokoya J.A. (2006) An Assessment of Educational Provisions for the Deaf-Blind Youths in the Southwestern Nigeria. Conference proceedings of the 12th World Conference of the International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment (ICEVI).  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. July 16-21 2006. pp Malaysia.

14   Ademokoya, J.A. (2006). Achieving   Universal Basic Education for the Nigerian Hearing-Impaired Child through Proper Policy Focus. Conference proceedings of the University of Botswana African Conferences on Primary/Basic Education Gaborone, Botswana. October 16-19 2006. pp 112  117. Botswana.      

15   Ademokoya, J.A. (2007). Cultural Barriers to Inclusive Transport for Persons with Disabilities in Southwest Nigeria. Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons. Montreal, Canada. June 18 - 21 2007.pp 1-10. Canada.

16 Ademokoya J.A. (2007) Developing Quality Teachers for Implementation of Inclusive Education in Nigeria Conference Proceedings of the 52nd World Assembly of The International Council on Education for Teaching. July 16-19, 2007 University of San Diego, San Diego, California, USA. pp 1-11. United States of America.  

(c) Articles that have already appeared in Learned Journals:

17 Ademokoya, J. A. (1994). Stereotypes and Integration of Exceptions Pupils into Regular Schools. Journal of Educational theory and Practice. 1 (1 &2) 125  130.  Nigeria.

18    Ademokoya, J. A. (1995). Noise and Hearing Loss. The Destroyer at the Thresholds of the Nigerian Youth’s Ears. Journal of School Health Education 1 (2) 27 30. Nigeria.

19     Ademokoya, J. A. (1995) Mental Heath Problems among hearing –impaired Youths. Journal of School Health Education 2 (172) 124  128. Nigeria.

20     Ademokoya, J. A. (1995). Aging and Hearing Loss: The Need for improvement in Rehabilitative Service for the Old Age-Induced hearing Loss patients in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal Of Health Education and Welfare of Special people. 1 105 109. Nigeria.

21 Ademokoya, J. A. (1995). Stuttering: The Enigma and Management of a Speech Disorder in Children. Ife Psychologia.   Vol. 3 No. 2. pp .163-172.Nigeria.

22 Moronkola O. A. and Ademokoya J. A. (1995). Teachers Knowledge of Health Benefits and Administration of Fitness Programmes in Schools for the Disabled in Ibadan. Journal of Nigeria Association of Sports Sciences and Medicine. Vol.7 pp. 57-63. Contribution: 50% Nigeria.

23   Ademokoya, J. A. (1996) Special Education in multidisciplinary Service Deliver to Children with Special Needs. Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education 4  (2) 117  125.

24   Ademokoya, J. A. (1997). Counsellors Roles in the Education of Rehabilitation Centres. Journal of Special Education 6 & 7 168  177.

25  Ademokoya, J. A. (1997). Issues in Establishing and Running Community-Based Vocational Rehabilitation Centres. Journal of Special Education. Nos. 6 &7.pp. 168-177. Nigeria.

26   Ademokoya, J. A. and Chovwen, A. (1998). Improving School Audiological Processes through Computer Application. Nigeria Journal of Computer Literacy 2 (1) 96  101.

27  Ademokoya, J. A. (1998). Meeting Emotional and educational Needs of the multi-Disabled Deaf Child. Nigerian Annals of the Deaf 1 (2) 23-35.

28 Ademokoya, J. A. (1998). Health implications of Hearing Deconservation in Developing Countries. Nigerian Journal of Speech and Hearing 1 (1) 8  10.

29     Ademokoya, J. A. (1999). Giving he Disabled New Lease of life in Nigeria New Political Dispensation. Nigeria Annals of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1 (2) 124. 130.

30 Ademokoya, J. A. and Ajiboye J.O. (1999). Profesionalizing Special Education in the Nigerian Context Journal of Functional Education 2 (1) 79 84.              

31  Ademokoya, J. A. (2000). From Mainstreaming to UBE, Public Attitude towards Disabled Persons Remains a Serious Concern. Nigeria Journal of Social Work Education. No.4. pp. 84-91. Nigeria.

32     Ademokoya, J. A. and Oyewumi A. M. (2001). Applying Inclusive Education to the Hearing-impaired Child in the Nursery Schools. Journal of Special Education. Vol. 9 No. 1. pp. 25-33.Nigeria Contribution: 50%.

33     Ademokoya J.A. and Oyewumi A.M. (2001): Informing the Deaf Adolescents about Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 6. No 1,pp. 99  105. Contribution 50%. Nigeria.

34  Ademokoya J. A. (2001). Improving Counselling Relationships with Deaf Persons through the Use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology   Nos. 7& 8 pp.12-19.Nigeria

35  Ademokoya, J. A. and Oyewumi A. M.  (2002). Integrating the Hard-of-Hearing Children into Regular School through the Universal Basic Education Programme. Nigerian Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sports Ethics. No. 40 pp. 40-43. Contribution: 50%. Nigeria 

36   Ademokoya J. A. (2004). Applying Performance Improvement (PI) into the Running of Rehabilitation Programmes Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counselling Psychology. Vol.10 No.1 pp.5-16. Nigeria.

37      Ademokoya, J. A., and Oyewumi, M. A. (2004). Perceptions and Uses of Contraceptives: A Case Study of some Hearing-Impaired Individuals in Oyo State. African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Vol. 7 No. 2 pp.156-167. Contribution: 50%. Nigeria

38   Ademokoya, J. A.  (2004). Those Troubled by the Way they Speak What Help can the Counselor Offer? The Nigeria Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol. 9 No.1 pp. 85-93 Nigeria 

39  Ademokoya, J. A. (2004). Managing the Reaction Effects of Speech Disorders on Speech Defectives. African Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology and Sport Facilitation. Vol. 6 pp.91-95. Nigeria 

40 Ademokoya J.A. (2004). Service Enhancement in Special Education through Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). The Exceptional Child. Vol. 7 No. 1 pp. 188-192. Nigeria 

41     Ademokoya J.A.  (2004). The Deaf Culture Question in Inclusive Education Initiatives. Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education Vol. 2 No 2 pp. 63-67. Nigeria

42 Ademokoya, J.A. (2005). Review on Abuse of Children with Hearing Disability in a Developing Country. The Jos Journal of Education. Vol. 7, No.2 pp. 100-108. Nigeria. 

43   Ademokoya J.A. and Sangolana O.N. (2005). Perceptions of Top Policy Makers about Inclusion in Southwestern Nigeria. African Journal of Special Educational Needs. Vol. 5 No. 1 pp.41-45.Contribution: 60%. Ghana

44     Ademokoya J.A. (2005). Correcting Abnormal Speaking Through Communication Partners Strategy. Ife Pyschologia. Vol. 13 No.2 pp. 93-101 Nigeria.

45 Ademokoya J.A. and Adeniyi S.O. (2005). Comparison of Arithmetic Reasoning Skills in Hearing and Hearing-impaired Students. African Journal of Education Studies. Vol. 3 No.2 pp. 289-300.  Contribution: 50%. Botswana 

46   Ademokoya J.A., Fasuba, O.A (2005). Adjustment Problems of hearing and Hearing  Impaired Students in tow Integrated Secondary Schools in Ibadan. The Nigeria Journal of Guidance and Counselling Vll.10. No. 1 pp.105-113 Contribution: 50%. Nigeria  

47   Ademokoya J.A (2005). The Quality Question in the Economic Empowerment of Special Needs Persons. The Exceptional Child Vol.8 No 1, pp 33-40. Nigeria.    

48  Ademokoya J.A., Oyewumi A.M, and Omolayo F.O (2006). Influences of Hearing Levels and Onset of Deafness on Self Concept of Some Hearing Impaired Students. The Social Studies Educator. Vol. 2. No. 2 pp.145-151. Ghana.

49 Ademokoya J.A (2006). Supervision of Special Education Practices: Changing from Inspection to Facilitation. Education For Today. Vol. 6 No 1. pp. 33-47. Nigeria  

50     Ademokoya J.A. (2006). Influences of Working Conditions on the performance of Sign Language Interpreters and Teachers of Deaf Students in Oyo State. African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Vol. 9 No.2 233-248.  Nigeria  

51  Ademokoya J.A., Olujide, M.A. (2006) Coping Mechanisms of some Blind Trainees Engaging in Agricultural Rehabilitation in a Nigerian Training Centre for the Blind. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research. Vol. 29, Issue 3. pp 209-216. Contribution: 50%. Finland.   

52  Ademokoya, J.A. (2006). An Assessment of Job satisfaction among some Unskilled Deaf Employees in Oyo State Nigeria. Journal of Research and Development in Education Vol. 6 pp. 51  56.  Ghana.

53  Ademokoya J.A., Okedele, B.O (2006). Fostering Parental Acceptance of Deaf Children through counseling in Ibadan Metropolis. African Journal of Studies in Education Vol. 2, No. 2. pp.99-109. Contribution: 60%. Nigeria.

54  Ademokoya, J.A. (2006).  Relationship between Gender and Speech Development in Some Children with Mental Retardation. Journal of Educational Improvement Vol. 3. pp. 17 23. Nigeria.

55       Ademokoya, J.A. (2006): Determining the Work Values of some Deaf  Students in Oyo State, Nigeria.  African Journal of Educational Studies. Vol. 4, No. 1. pp. 141-152. Botswana.

56    Ademokoya, J.A.  & Akhigbe, O. C. (2006). Comparison of Job Satisfaction between able-bodied workers and workers with Disabilities in Oyo State, Nigeria. The African Symposium.  Vol. 6  No. 3. pp. 9-15. Contribution: 60%. United States of America

57      Ademokoya, J.A. (2006). Integrating Speech-Language Therapy into the General Education Practices. Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies.  Vol. 4. No.1&2. pp.35-39. Nigeria.

58  Ademokoya, J.A.  and Bababolola, A.K  (2007). Specific Difficulties Associated with the Learning of Mathematics by Students with Hearing Disability in Southwest Nigeria . Sokoto Educations Review. Vol. 9 No. 1 pp 156- 171. Contribution 60%.  Nigeria 

59        Ademokoya, J.A. (2007). Managing some Psychosocial Problems Affecting the Learning of Nigerian School Children with Hearing Impairment. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences. Vol.4. No. 3. pp.460-466. Pakistan.

60  Ademokoya, J.A. (2007). Reaching for more Special Needs Learners in Nigeria through Special Distance Learning. International Journal of Distance Education (IJODE). Vol. 2. pp 75-85. Nigeria.

61 Ademokoya, J.A. (2007). Exploring Risk-Taking and Decision-Making Habits of Nigerian Non-Hearing Youths for Participation in Small-Scale Enterprises. International Business Management Vol.1, No.2. pp 35-42. Pakistan.

62   Ademokoya, J.A. & Ben-Stowe, J. N. (2007): Experiences of Mothers of Children with hearing disability in Oyo State, Nigeria. The Social Sciences.  Vol. 2, No.3. pp 298-297. Contribution: 60%. Pakistan

63        Ademokoya J.A. and Shittu, B.A (2007) Onset of Hearing Loss, Gender and Self Concept as Determinants of Academic Achievement in English Language of Students with Hearing Disability in Oyo State Nigeria. Essays In Education Vol. 22, Fall 2007. pp 65-74. Contribution: 60%. United States America.    

64   Ademokoya J.A (2008) The Schoolchild with Hearing Disability and Nigerian Special Education provisions. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences.  Vol. 5 No 4. pp 289 296. Pakistan.

65.   Ademokoya J.A (2008) Classroom Communication and Placement of the Deaf Child Inclusive Class. Journal of Human Ecology Vol. 23 No 3 pp 203-209.