Degree: ————————–Ph.D Social Studies Education
E-mail:   ————————–osalusiflo2009@gmail.com
Telephone: ———————-08033561639
Academic Rank: —————Senior Lecturer
Current Position: ————–Ag. Head of Department
Research Interest: ————Social Studies: Social Issues and National Development

Institutions Attended: ——–Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife  October, 1990
University of Ibadan October, 1995   University of Ado-Ekiti,  April, 2011

Membership of Professional Bodies:
i.    -Member, Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN)
ii.    Member, Nigeria Association of Professional Educators (NAPE)
iii.    Member, Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT)
iv.    Members, National Council for the Social Studies, USA (NCSS) No:01127262
v.    -Member, National Association of Curriculum Theorist (NACT)
vi.    Member, National Association of Women in Academics (NAWACS) EKSU Chapter

Courses Taught:

SSE 112:   Man in His Environment
SSE 123:    Introduction to Nigerian Cultural Environment      
SSE 303:    Mass Media
SSE 410:    Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism            
SSE 115:    Socio-Economic Environment of Nigeria
SSE 701:    Curriculum Studies and Instructions in Social Studies
SSE 702:    Advanced Theory of Learning
SSE 703:    Analysis of Concepts in Social Studies
SSE 704:    Manpower Economics
SSE 708:    Seminar in Social Studies
SSE 801:    Curriculum and Instruction in Social Studies
SSE 803:    Methods of Resources for Social Studies Education
SSE 805:    Research in Social Studies
SSE 310:  The Political Structure of Social Studies

Research Conducted:
i.    Osalusi, F. M. (1990).  An investigation into the causes of and solutions to graduate unemployment in Nigeria an unpublished B.Ed project, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife

ii.    Osalusi, F. M. (1995).  An investigation into teacher’s perception of appropriate Social Studies instructional methods in Primary Schools. An unpublished M.Ed thesis submitted to the Department of Teacher Education, Faculty of Education, Ibadan.

iii.    Osalusi, F. M. (2011).  Relative effects of cooperative and individualistic learning strategies on junior Secondary School Students’ achievement in Social Studies. An unpublished Ph.D thesis submitted to the Institute of Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ado-Ekiti.
14.    PUBLICATIONS: (a)    Thesis:
1.    Osalusi, F. M. (1990). An investigation into the causes of and solutions to graduate unemployment in Nigeria. an unpublished B.Ed Project, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
2.    Osalusi, F. M. (1995). An investigation into teacher’s perception of appropriate Social Studies instructional methods in primary schools. An unpublished M.Ed. thesis submitted to the Department of Teacher Education, Faculty of Education, Ibadan.
3.    Osalusi, F. M. (2011). Relative effects of cooperative and individualistic learning strategies on junior secondary school students’ achievement in Social Studies. An unpublished Ph.D. thesis submitted to the Institute of Education, Faculty  of Education, University of Ado-Ekiti.

BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS:
(i)    Authored Books:
4.    Osalusi, F. M. (2002). Social Studies in world perspectives. Ado-Ekiti:      Greenline Publishers. 186 pages.
5.    Osalusi, F.M. (2003). Teaching as a career. Ado-Ekiti, Greenline Publishers, Nigeria. 96 pages.
6.    Osalusi, F.M. & Ogunlade, J.O. (2007). The Theories, Principles and Practice of Family Living. Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. Tomol Publishers. 89 pages.
7.    Osalusi, F. M. & Adeyemi, S. B. (2007). Nigeria and issues of nation building. Lagos: Dolphin Publishers. 135 pages.
8.    Osalusi, F. M. (2009). Man and his environment: Social Studies  perspectives. Ado-Ekiti: Greenline Publishers. 136 pages.
9.    Osalusi, F. M. (2011). Topical issues in world problems. Abuja: A.M.A.C Incorporated. 62 pages.
10.   Adeyemi, T. O. & Osalusi, F. M. (2011). Political structure in education. Abuja: A.M.A.C Incorporated. 131 pages.
11.    Ayeni, M. A. & Osalusi, F. M. (2011). Issues on forms of government. Lagos: Frontline Publishers. 110 pages.

Chapters in Books:
12.    Osalusi, F. M. (1992). General Principles of methods of teaching. Nigeria Certificate in Education Series. Bk. I. Lagos : Kola Okanlawon Publishers.  40-61.

13.    Osalusi, F. M. (1993). Determinants of national system of education: An introduction to the theory and practice of comparative education. Ibadan: Greenline Publishers. 24-43.

14.     Osalusi, F. M. (1997). Importance of teaching aids in classroom interaction. In G. O. Oyinloye & F. M. Osalusi, F.M. (eds.) Rudiments of principles and methods of teaching. Akure: Olu Ibironke Publishers. 88-97.

15.    Osalusi, F. M. (1998). Patterns of Curriculum Organization. In G. O. Oyinloye & F. M. Osalusi (eds) Basic element of curriculum studies. Akure: Olu Ibironke Publishers. 65-77.

16.    Osalusi, F. M. (1998). Agencies of curriculum planning and innovation in Nigeria. In G. O. Oyinloye & F. M. Osalusi (eds) Basic element of curriculum studies. Akure: Olu Ibironke Publishers. Akure. 78-88.

17.    Osalusi, F. M. (2003). The selection and organization of curriculum content materials. In Kolade Oje et al (eds)  Basic issues in curriculum implementation. Ado-Ekiti: Greenline Publishers. 22-40.

Articles in Conference Proceedings:
18.    Osalusi, F. M. (2011). Relative effects of individualistic and cooperative learning strategies on secondary school students’ achievement in Social Studies. London International Conference on Education (LICE-2011). London. November 7—10. 102-109.

19.    Osalusi, F. M. (2012). The influence of sex and socio-economic status on the achievement of secondary school students exposed to individualistic and cooperative learning strategies. Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE-2012). Dublin. April, 16th -18th ,2012. 235-248.

20.    Osalusi, F. M. (2012). Peace Education: Panacea for combating conflicts and violence in Nigeria. 28th Annual National Conference of the Social Studies Association of Nigeria; held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. November, 26th – 29th , 2012. 253-264.

21.    Osalusi, F. M. (2013). Effective teaching and learning for good governance in Nigeria. 10th Annual National Conference of the national Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research (NASHER); held at Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria.  June 26th -29th , 2013. 117-122.

22.    Osalusi, F. M. (2013). Developing Scientific Attitudes in Primary School Pupils: A Humanistic Approach to Social Studies Teaching and learning. 93rd Annual National Council For Social Studies (NCSS) International Conference, held at St Louis, MO, USA. November,  21st -24th , 2013. Page 109.

23.    Osalusi, F.M. (2014). Investigating Teachers Knowledge of Kindergarten Instructional Strategies. World Congress On Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2014) Temple University, Philadelphia, USA. August 11th -14th 2014. Page 393.

Articles that have Already Appeared in Learned Journals:
24.    Osalusi, F. M. (1993). Towards effective Social Studies methodologies in Nigerian schools. Social Studies Association of Nigeria (SOSAN) Special Series of National Journal of Social Studies 1. Lagos. (1): 158-166.

25.    Osalusi, F. M. (1993). The National Certificate in Education (NCE) primary education programmes: A case of Ondo State College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti. Journal of Education Leadership (J.O.E.L). Lagos. 6(1): 740-750.

26.     Osalusi, F. M. (1998). Innovation in Social Studies education: A challenge to primary school teachers. Journal of Innovation Approaches to Education and Human Development. LECAPS, Jos, Plateau State. 3(1): 23-32.  
27.    Osalusi, F. M. (1999). Social Studies education as a means of achieving sustainable democracy and political stability in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of  Curriculum and Instruction. 8(5): 62-65.

28.    Osalusi, F.M. (2002). An appraisal of the proper implementation of Social Studies curriculum contents in contemporary Nigerian classrooms. Research In Curriculum Studies. Journal of the Curriculum Studies Department, University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. 2(1) 180-186.

29.    Osalusi, F. M. (2006). Effective use of leisure-Time activities in curbing students behavioural problems in Nigerian institutions. National Journal of Women in Colleges of Education. (JOWICE) Nigeria. 10 (1): 483-486.

30.    Osalusi, F. M. & Ekuigbo, E. U. K. (2006). Two different worlds: The dilemma facing Social Studies teachers. African Journal of Arts & Ideas (Arts Courier), 1 (50) 98-101.

31.    Osalusi, F. M. & Adesua, V. O. (2008). Information communication  technology (ICT) and the modern day classroom teacher. National Journal of Women in Colleges of Education, (JOWICE) Nigeria. 11 (2) 112-113.

32.    Ajayi, I. A.; Osalusi, F. M. & Ekundayo, H. T. (2010). Learning environment and secondary school effectiveness in Nigeria. Studies in Home and Community Studies. KRE Journals Online, Delhi India. 4(3): 137-142.

33.    Ajayi, I. A.; Osalusi, F. M. & Ekundayo, H. T. (2010). Menace of cultism in Nigerian tertiary institutions: The way out. The Anthropology. India: 12 (3) 155-160.

34.    Osalusi, F. M.; Ekundayo, H. T.; Konwea, P. E. & Arogundade, B. B. (2010). Towards redressing the brain-drain syndrome in Nigerian universities. American-Eurasian Journal of Scientific Research. USA.  5(3): 156-160

35.    Osalusi, F. M. (2012). Development of critical thinking abilities: A challenge to Social Studies teachers. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education. (IJCDSE). London. 3(4): 860-867.

36.    Ajayi, I. A. & Osalusi, F. M. (2013). The influence of some demographic factors on occupational stressors among heads of academic departments in Nigerian colleges of education. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development. (IJARPED). Pakistan. 2(2): 61-67.

37.    Ajayi, I. A. & Osalusi, F. M. (2013). Mass failure of students in West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in Nigeria: The teachers’ perspective. International Case Studies Journal. USA. 2(4): 1-5.

38.    Oyinloye, G. O. & Osalusi, F. M. (2013). Critical literacy and Social Studies: Panacea for peaceful co-existence. Journal of Literacy and Reading In Nigeria. A Journal of the Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN). 14(1): 23-26.

39.    Osalusi, F. M. & Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2013). Effective teaching  and learning For good governance in Nigeria. National Association for Science, Humanities and Education Research Journal (NASHERJ). 11 (2): 117-122.

40.    Osalusi, F. M.; Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. & AbduRaheem, B. O. (2013). Peace education: Panacea for combating conflicts and violence in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Social Studies. XVI (2): 253-264.

41.    Osalusi, F. M. & Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2013). ICT knowledge and competence of Social Studies educators in public secondary schools in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Case Studies Journal.  USA. 1(12): 1-9.

42.    Oyinloye, G. O. & Osalusi, F. M. (2014). Reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS among the junior secondary school students through instructions in Social Studies. Journal of Education and Practice. The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education. (IISTE). New York, USA. 5(3): 90-93.

43.    Osalusi, F. M. & Oluwagbohunmi, M. F. (2014). Perspectives on as a tool for sustainable social relationship. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies (IJELS). Australia. 2(1): 40-45.

44.    Oyinloye, G. O. & Osalusi, F. M. (2014). Investigating the implementation of the policy on literacy instruction in early childhood education in Ekiti State, Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities. (IRSSH). 7(1): 246-252.

45.    Osalusi, F. M. (2014). Social Studies education: Panacea for national         development. Mediterranean Centre of Social and Educational Research (MJSS). 5(23): 2530—2534. Italy.

46.    Osalusi, F. M. & Oyinloye, G. O. (2014). Minimising the rate of students deviant behaviours through instruction in Social Studies in Ekiti and Ondo States, Nigeria. (JSSR).

47.    Osalusi, F.M. (2014). Social Studies instruction and quest for self-reliance. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS). Manchester, UK.

Conferences Attended:
i.    London International Conference on Education (LICE-2011)
ii.    Ireland International Conference on Education (IICE_2012)
iii.    28th Annual National Conference of the Social Studies Association of Nigeria held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
iv.    10th Annual National Conference of the National Association for Science Humanities and Education Research (NASHER) held at Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
v.    93rd Annual National Council for Social Studies (NCSS) International Conference, held at St. Louis, MO, USA
vi.    World Congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2014)