SECTION A: PERSONAL DATA
1. NAME: UGWU, CHINWE UZOMA
2. MAIDEN NAME: Iweha
3. SEX: Female
4. LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA: Umuahia South
5. STATE OF ORIGIN: Abia State
6. NATIONALITY: Nigerian
7. CONTACT ADDRESS: Department of Adult & Continuing Education, College of Education,
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.
8. PRESENT POSITION: Lecturer
9. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION: Adult Education/Community Development
SECTION B: EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED AND QUALIFICATION OBTAINED WITH DATES:
1. St. Margaret’s Girls School, Ilesha, 1977 – 1982: WASC (June, 1982).
2. General Certificate of Education, 1987. GCE O/Level (May/June 1987).
3. God’s Intervention Secondary School, Aba, 2015 – SSCE (NECO) – (June/July 2015)
4. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1984 – 1986 Dip. Ed. (Adult Education and Community Development).
5. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1987 – 1990: B.Ed (Adult Education and Communication and Language Arts) Second Class Honours (Upper Division).
6. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1991 – 1992: M.Ed (Community Development – January 1993).
7. Roechampton College London, UK (Lambeth Licensed Teachers Scheme) 1993 – 1994: Qualified Teacher Status (Curriculum September, 1995)
SECTION C: SCHOLASTIC HONOURS
1. Nigerian Association of Adult Education Student (NAAES) – Meritorious Service Award. University of Ibadan Chapter, Ibadan,( 1990)
2. St. Joseph’s Catholic Youth – Amakama, Olokoro (Umuahia Abia State) -Star Mother Award (2015).
SECTION D: WORK EXPERIENCE/CAREER PROGRESSION
1. National Youth Service Corps: Graduate Assistant University of Ibadan, (Dept. Of Adult Educ.). Nigeria: 1990-1991.
2. Trainee Consultant/Career Development: HMS Services, UK- 1992 – 1993.
3. Class Teacher: Hillmead Primary School (Infant Dept.) UK- 1993 – 1995.
4. Senior Class Teacher: Caldecot Primary School, UK – 1995 – 1997.
5. Senior Class Teacher: Sir James Barrie Primary School, UK – 1997 – 1998.
6. Deputy Head Teacher/Class Teacher: St. Mark’s CE Primary School, UK -1998-2000.
7. Head of Schools: Martin International School, Victoria Island,
8. Head of School: Standard Bearer School, Lekki Lagos, Nigeria-2004-
9. Director Administration and Academics: Infantino Montessori School,
Lekki Lagos – 2007-2010
10. Director/Education – Consultant Trainer: Anchormayne Nigeria
Ltd.(Education Consultant) -2010 – 2015.
SECTION E: ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Servicom Rep. Department of Adult and Continuing Education MOUAU.
2. 100 level Course Adviser: Adult and Continuing Education Department. Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. 2015-2016
3. Sandwich Programme (100 level) Course Adviser: Adult and Continuing Education Department.
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike: 2015 —2016
4. Chairperson – Students and Staff Records Committee – 2018 Resource Verification
5. Member other Committees on- Resource Verification
SECTION F: ACADEMIC COURSES ATTENDED
1. Senior Managers Training in Whole School Development London UK.
2. Computer and Information Management within Schools London UK. (September, 1997).
3. Curriculum Development and Management Training. London UK. (January, 1999).
4. Managing Team Work in an Organization. London, UK. (September, 1998).
5. Policies: Planning and Management of Policies in Schools. London U.K. (September 1999).
6. Time Management in an Organization. London, U.K. (January, 2000).
7. The Role of Parents in Schools. Lagos, Nigeria (June, 2009).
8. Maiden Induction Programme for MOUAU Staff, Nigeria (October, 2016).
SECTION G: MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
1. Member, Nigerian National Council of Adult Education (NNCAE)
2. Member, British Association for Early Childhood Education, UK
3. Member, Microsoft Association for Primary Education (MAPE), UK
4. Member, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)
5. Member, Curriculum Organization of Nigeria (CON).
SECTION H: DETAILS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL
(a) Undergraduate courses taught (2014 – date)
ADE -112 – Human Growth and Development
– 123 – Rural Policy Framework
– 201 – Traditional Social Institutions
– 204 – Psychology of Adult Learning/Adult Development stages
– 223 – Foundation of Adult Counseling
– 202 – Financing Adult Education
– 221 – Introduction of Workers in Education
– 222 – Mass Media and Method of Extension and Distance Learning Techniques
– 224 – Methods of Teaching and Principles of Learning
– 225-Historical Development of Adult Education
– 211-Introduction to Non-formal Education
– 122-Comparative Adult Education
– 321-Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Adult Education
– ADE 312 – Learning Teaching and Communication
– ADE 425 – Economics of Adult Development Education
– ADE 113 – Introduction to Non-formal Education.
– ADE 311 –Financing Adult Education
– ADE 417 – Curriculum Development and Evaluation of Adult Education
– SANDWICH PROGRAMME
– ADE 225 – Historical Development of Adult Education
– 224 – Introduction to Workers’ Education
– 311 – Budgeting and Financing of Adult Education Pogrammes
– 315 – Sociology of Adult Education
– 420 – Professional Seminars in Adult Education
– 415- Women Education
– 427 – Evaluation of Adult Education Programme
(b) Conference Proceedings
1. Ugwu, C.U. (2015). Effective Communication as strategy for Rural Community Development in Abia State.
2. Madu, A.O & Ugwu, C.U (2015). The need for Assessment Competition in Adult Education Programmes in Higher Education.
3. Ugwu, C.U (2015). Strategies of providing Education for out-of-school boys in motor park in Abia State.
4. Ugwu, C.U (2015). Evolution and Revolution of Adult Learning. Capacity Building in Adult and Non-Formal Education in Nigeria. Proceeding of the 2015 Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult Continuing Education (AAACE) pp.205-210
5. Ugwu, C. U. (2016). Curriculum Development: Model Evaluation in Adult Non-formal and formal Education.
6. Ugwu, C. U. (2016). Effectiveness of lifelong Learning on Active Citizen Participation.
SECTION I: PROJECT SUPERVISION (PGDE)
1. Okeke, Caroline Njideka (2016). Influence of Parental Socio-Economic Status on students Achievements and Interest in Umuahia North Local Government Authority.
1. Joseph , Eunice (2018) Factors Motivating Adult Learners’ Participation in Literacy Programmes in Umuahia North Local Government, Abia State
2. Onwuchekwa, Chiamaka Juliet (2018) Students’ Perception of Adult Education as an Ãcädmic Discipline (A Study of Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri)
SECTION J: RESEARCHES COMPLETED TO DATE
3. The Role of Head Teacher in the Management of Schools
(Term Paper) Unpublished. 1999
4. The Use of Information and Communication Technology in
Literacy Teaching (Term paper) Unpublished 1998
5. Behaviour Management in the Classroom-Primary Schools
(Term Paper) Unpublished. 1997
6. Gender Issues – The Role of Women Organisation in Community Development (M.Ed Thesis) Unpublished. 1992
7. The Role of Communication Arts in Community Development
(Term Paper) Unpublished. 1989
8. The Importance of Conference, Workshop/Seminar in Adult
Education (Term paper) Unpublished. 1988
9. Social Service Programmes in Community Development
(Term paper) Unpublished. 1988
10.Social Study Services — St. Brigid as a case study
(Term paper) Unpublished) 1988
11.Agricultural Extension Services As a Vehicle for Community
Development (Diploma Dissertation) Unpublished. 1986
12.The Relevance of Community Development in Agricultural
Extension Services (Term paper) Unpublished. 1985
SECTION K: COMMUNITY SERVICES
General Secretary, Olokoro Welfare Association, United Kingdom (1998-2000)
General Secretary, Amakama General Community Welfare Association, Women’s Wing Home & Abroad (AGCWA), Umuahia, (2014 – date).
Coordinator, Amakama Alaoji Autonomous Community Women’s Home and Abroad (AACWA), Umuahia (2016 – date).
President, Catholic Women Organization(CWO), St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Amakama, Olokoro Umuahia.(2017- date)
SECTION L: NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF REFEREES
1. Prof. F. N. Onumadu
Department of Rural Sociology and Extension
College of Agricultural Economics, Rural Sociology and Extension, MOUAU.
2. Prof. M.A Oyebamiji
Department of Adult and Non-Formal Education
University of Port Harcourt.
SECTION M: ATTESTATION
I certify that the information given by me in all the above section is correct.