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Dr. Edobor Michael Erhabor

University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia


Email: edobor.erhabor@uq.net.au


Qualifications

2016, Ph.D: Education Studies - The University of Queensland, Queensland

2010, Masters of Education (M.Ed): Social Studies, the University of Benin

2005, Bachelors of Education (B.Ed): Social Studies, University of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti, Nigeria


Publications (Selected)

  1. Erhabor, E.M. (2016). Stories from the field: Exploring pre-service Social Studies teachers' dispositions to and perceptions of socially just practices in Nigeria.
  2. Erhabor, E.M. (2010). A comparative study of the effects of instructional materials on the academic performance of rural and urban Social Studies students: Ogun State Nigeria in focus.
  3. Erhabor, E.M. (2002). The effects of teacher's choice of instructional materials on students' performances in Social Studies.
  4. Erhabor, E.M. (2015). Mobilizing ethnic Capital in postcolonial context: A cautionary report of pre-service teachers' social justice dispositions. Journal of Scientific Reports and Developmental Issues, vol. 7
  5. Erhabor, E.M. (2014)."Demobilizing higher education orthodoxy": A response to Naidoo's fields and institutional strategy with a postcolonial Nigerian example. International Journal of Contemporary Issues, vol. 6.
  6. Imoh, ATD.,& Ansell, N. (2014). Children's lives in era of children's rights: The progress of the convention on the rights of child in Africa. A book reviewed by Michael E. Erhabor, Global Studies of Childhood, 4 (2) pp. 135-136.
  7. Erhabor, E.M. (2011). Spatial variation in performance of Social Studies students based on the use of instructional materials. Port Harcourt, African Journal of Professional Research in Human Development, 3(7), 13.
  8. Erhabor, E. M. (2009). Common Issues and Practices in Social Studies Classroom Teaching: The Nigerian Experience. Melbourne, the International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 2(5).
  9. Dosumu, G.A., Erhabor, E.M. (2008). Drug Abuse among Students of Tertiary Institutions: South Western Nigeria. Melbourne, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 4(3).


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