Degree: ————————-B.Ed,   M.Ed,    Ph.D  in Social Studies

E-mail: ————————–gbohunmi7@gmail.com

Tel: ——————————-08069525982
          
Academic Rank: ————- Lecturer I
            
Current Position:————–Lecturer I
            
Research Interest: ———-Methods of Teaching Social Studies and Classroom Interactions

Institutions Attended:
Ondo State University, Ado Ekiti              B.Ed       (1997)
University of Ado Ekiti, Ado Ekiti              M.Ed      (2005)
University of Ado Ekiti, Ado Ekiti              P.hD       (2010)

Membership of Professional Bodies:
Member, National Council for the Social Studies (USA) Reg. No. 01148901.
Member, Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN)
Member, National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS)                                                                 
Member, National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER).
Member, Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN) Ekiti State Chapter.
 
            
Courses Taught:
SSE102 –  Introduction to Nigerian Social Life and Culture   
SSE209 –  Inventions, Technology and Man
SSE301 – Africa and Her Land
SSE305 – Peoples and Cultures of the World
SSE404 – Developments in Nigeria since 1960
SSE406 – Man and His International Relations
CUS316 – Social Science Methods II

Publications:
Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2008). Repetition and Dropout Rates in Secondary Schools in Ikole Local Government area (2002 – 2005). Journal of Educational Foundations and Managements 6 (1) 149 – 157.

Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2008). Availability and Utilization of Instructional Materials in Social Studies in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Journal of Counseling and Applied Psychology 4 (1) 47 – 56.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2009) Students’ Participation in Classroom   Interactions and Achievement in Social Studies. Educational Focus.  Journal of the Institute of Education. 2 (1) 116-122.

Adeosun, O.V. & Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2010). Teachers’ Instructional Strategies and Students’ Participation in Classroom Interactions in Social Studies. Journal of Education (UNADJOE). 5 (1), 63-71.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2010). Utilization of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the Teaching of Social Studies in Nigerian Schools. Journal of Educational Foundations and Management 8 (1), 82-90.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2011). Teachers’ Perception of Social Studies Teaching  Methods and Strategies in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Journal of Current Discourse and Research (an Official Publication of National Association of Women in Academics, Ado Ekiti Chapter. Vol 3,  230-241

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. & Alonge, R.A. (2011). Secondary School Teachers’ and Students’ Perception and Knowledge of Sexuality Education in Social Studies. Research in Curriculum Studies. 6 (1), 134 -141.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2012). Educating for National Development through Social Studies in the 21st Century Nigeria. Journal of Education and Policy Review. Vol 4, 110-114.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F.  (2012). Integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into the Teaching of Social Studies in Early Childhood and Primary Education. Journal of Early Childhood and Primary Education (Kwara State University), 1(1), 26-32.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2013). An Appraisal of Innovative Instructional Methods and Strategies for Social Studies Programme in Nigeria. In Oni, S. Challenges and Prospects in African Education System. USA: Trafford Publishing. 181-194.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2013). Enhancing Quality Education for Transformation of Character   and Values through Social Studies Education. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review.1 (4), 9 -15

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. & Alonge, R.A. (2013). Secondary School Students’ Perspectives on Sexuality Education in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities. 1 (15), 309-319.

Adedokun, M.O. & Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2013). The Impact of Literacy on Vocational Skills Acquisition for Better Community Participation. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies. 1 (2), 12-17.

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.
Osalusi, F.M & Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2013). Effective Teaching and Learning for Good Governance in Nigeria. Journal of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER). 11 (2), 117-122.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2013). ICT Knowledge and Competence of Social Studies Educators in Ekiti State, Nigeria. International Journal for Infonomics (IJI). 6 (3&4), 756-762.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2013). ICT Knowledge and Competence of Social Studies Educators in Ekiti State, Nigeria. International Journal for Infonomics (IJI). 6 (3&4), 756-762.

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F (2013). Social Studies Teachers’ Perception of Civic Education. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies. XVI(1), 252-261

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
 
Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. & Adedokun, M.O. (2014). Perspectives on Literacy as a Tool for Healthy Living. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary. 1 (13), 1-7.

Osalusi, F.M & Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2014). Perspectives on Literacy as a Tool for Sustainable Social Relationship. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies. 2 (1), 40-45

Oluwagbohunmi, M.F. (2014). Gender Issues in Classroom Interaction and Students’ Achievement in Social Studies. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. 3 (5), 742-745.
Oluwagbohunmi, M. F, Adedokun, M.O & Bolarinwa, R. (2014). Environmental Sanitation: Towards a Healthy Community. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. 12(3), 259-268.

Oluwagbohunmi, M. F, Adedokun, M.O & Bolarinwa, R. (2014). Environmental Sanitation: Towards a Healthy Community. Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa. 12(3), 259-268.

Adedokun, M.O. & Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2014). An Overview of the Challenges Facing Youths in Nigerian Society. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 4(6), 1-9.
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), 160-164.

 Conferences Attended:
8th Annual Conference of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER) on Security Matters and Quality Assurance in the Development of 21st Century Nigeria held on 14th-17th September, 2011 at University of Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State.
            
Ist Sub-Regional Inclusive Education Summit in West and Central Africa on held 6th -10th February, 2012. An International Conference held at the University of Education, Winneba. Ghana.

 London International Conference on Education (LICE 2012) held in London, UK between 19th-22nd 2012.

 28th Annual National Conference of the Social Studies Association of Nigeria held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife on 26th-29th November, 2012.

10th Annual Conference of the National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER) on Governance and Effective Service Delivery in Nigeria held between 26th and 29th June, 2013 at Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.

  The 8th Pan-African Reading for All Conference on Literacy for All: The Way to Literacy Excellence held at the University of Nairobi, Kenya Science Campus between 12th-16th August, 2013.

 29th Annual National Conference of the Social Studies Association of Nigeria held at Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin between 24th and 27th November, 2013.
             
  Reading Association of Nigeria Capacity Building Workshop held at the Ekiti State Universal Basic Education Hall, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State between 28th and 30th May, 2014.

   Capacity Building Workshop on Advanced Research and Methods of Writing Proposals for Attracting Grants held at the Faculty of Education Conference Room, Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti on 12th August, 2015.