Degree: —————————–B. Ed (Social Studies); M. Ed (Educational Management); Ph. D (Social Studies)
E-mail: —————————–dr_boabduraheem@yahoo.com
Telephone: ———————–+234(0)8060894068
Academic Rank: —————-Doctor
Current Position: —————Lecturer I
Research Interest: Social misconducts, Teaching methods and resources

Institutions attended:

Ekiti State University

Membership of Professional Bodies:
i.    Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN)
ii.    Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN)
iii.    National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER)
iv.    National Association of Women in Academics (NAWACS)

Courses Taught:

SSE 105: Community Study
SSE 109: Living in Town
SSE 206: Crime and Society
SSE 302: Social Change
SSE 309: World Revolutions and Social Change
SSE 401: Nigeria and Her Land
SSE 409: Nigeria and Her Neighbours
POL/SOS 002: Political Development in Nigeria
PGD 611: Social Science Method II
SSE 705: Development and Evaluation of Social Studies Curriculum
SSE707: Instructional Materials and Techniques of Social Studies Teaching

Research Conducted:
i.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (1997). Effects of Single-Parenting on Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Ado Local Government Area of Ekiti State. (Unpublished B. Ed project) Department of Educational Foundations and Management, University of Ado-Ekiti.

ii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2005). Principals’ Conflict Management in Ekiti State Public Secondary Schools. (Unpublished M. Ed Degree Dissertation), Department of Educational Foundations and Management, University of Ado-Ekiti.

iii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2010). Relative Effects of Problem-Solving and Discussion Methods on Secondary School Students’ Achievement in Social Studies. (Unpublished Ph. D Thesis) Institute of Education, University of Ado-Ekiti.

Publications:     
i.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2008). Nigerian Politics at a Glance, Ado-Ekiti, Deen-Lat Publishers. 1-57 pages.

ii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2008).Social Change, A Change for Better, Ado-Ekiti, Deen-Lat Publishers. 1-63 pages.

iii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2009). Introduction to Community Study, Ado-Ekiti, Deen-Lat Publishers. 1-56 pages.

iv.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2009). Introduction to Social Studies, Ado-Ekiti, Deen-Lat Publishers. 1-61 pages.

v.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2011). Students’ Achievement and Retention in Social Studies, Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG. 1-327 pages

vi.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2007). Single-Parenting and Academic Performance of Selected Secondary School Students in Ekiti State. Educational Focus, 1(1): 46-53. University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti.

vii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. & Ayodele, J. B. (2007). Conflict Management Strategies in Ekiti State Public Secondary Schools. Nigerian Journal of Social Research (NJSR), 1(2): 146-154. Nasarawa State University.

viii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O.  (2008). Teacher’s Variable and Students’ Academic Performance’ in Social Studies in Secondary Schools in Ekiti State. Journal of Educational Foundations and Management, 6(1): 97-104. University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti.

ix.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O.  (2011). Effects of Discussion Method on Secondary School Students’ Achievement and Retention in Social Studies in Ekiti State, Nigeria. European Journal of Educational Studies, 3 (2):293-301. Dumlupinar University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.  

x.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O.  (2011). Availability, Adequacy and Utilization of Social Studies Instructional Materials in Ekiti State Secondary Schools. Journal of Current Discourse and Research, 3: 242-255. National Association of Women in Academics (NAWACS), Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti.

xi.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2012). Gender Differences and Students’ Academic Achievement and Retention in Social Studies among Junior Secondary Schools in Ekiti State, Nigeria. European Journal of Educational Science, 4(1): 155-161. Dumlupinar University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

xii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2012). Effects of Problem-Solving Method on Secondary School Students’ Achievement and Retention in Social Studies. Journal of International Education Research, 8(1): 19-25. The Clute Institute, Littleton, Colorado, USA.

xiii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2012). The Influence of Gender on Secondary School Students’ Academic Performance in South-West, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Sciences 31 (1):93-98. KAMLA-RAJ Publishers, Gali Bari Paharwali,Chawri Basar, Delhi, India.  

xiv.    Oluwagbohunmi, M. F., Osalusi, F. M. & Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2013). Peace Education: Panacea for Combating Conflicts and Violence in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies, XVI (2): 253-264.

xv.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2013). Comparative Impacts of Discussion and Problem-Solving Methods on Secondary school Students’ Achievement and Retention in Social Studies in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies. XVI (2): 238-252. Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN).

xvi.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2013). Sociological Factors to Drug Abuse and the Effects on Secondary School Students’ Academic Performance in Ekiti State, Nigeria. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education Research. 6 (2):233-240. Clute Institute, Littleton, Colorado, USA.

xvii.    Abdu-Raheem, B.O (2014). Gender Equality: Index of Sustainable Development in South-West, Nigeria. International Journal of Special and General Education (IJSCE) 3:14-20. International Conference Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

xviii.    Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. & Abdu-Raheem, B.O. (2014). Sandwich Undergraduates’ Problems of Improvisation of Instructional Materials in Social Studies: The Case of Ekiti State University. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. 1 (12): 824-831.

xix.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2014). Improvisation of Instructional Materials for Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools as Predictor of High Academic Standard. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies. XVII (1):131-143.

xx.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2015). Parent’s Socio-Economic Status as Predictor of Secondary School Students’ Academic Performance in Ekiti State. Journal of Education and Practice. 6(1): 123-128.

xxi.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2015).Teachers’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Method of Teaching Social studies in Ekiti State, Nigeria. World Journal of Education 5 (2):33-39.

xxii.    Abdu-Raheem, B. O. & Oluwagbohunmi, M.F.(2015).Pre-Service Teachers’ Problems of Improvisation of Instructional Materials in Social Studies in Ekiti State University. Journal of Education and Practice 6 (3): 160-163.

 Abdu-Raheem, B. O. (2015).

Conferences Attended:

i.    Annual National Conference of National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER).14th-17th, September, 2011.

ii.    First Sub-Regional Inclusive Education Summit: West and Central Africa, University of Education, Winneba, Department of Special Education.6th-10th,February, 2012.

iii.    28th, Annual National Conference of Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN) at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife,26th-29th December, 2012.

iv.    29th, Annual National Conference of Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN) Kwara College of Education, 18-22 November, 2013.

v.    30th, Annual National Conference of Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN) at Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan on 24th-27th November, 2014.

vi.    14th Biennial Conference of the Reading Association of Nigeria, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, on 11th-14th November, 2014.