Academic Staff

  5 May 2017

Dr. (Mrs.) Clementina Ifeanyichukwu Nwahunanya




NAME:             Dr. (Mrs.) Clementina  Ifeanyichukwu Nwahunanya

RANK:              Associate Professor

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION:  Measurement and Evaluation

DATE OF BIRTH:          5th July, 1958

QUALIFICATIONS:        Ph.D.  Measurement and Evaluation  ABSU 2004

M.Ed. Measurement and Evaluation  ABSU 1992

B.Ed.   UNIPORT,  1988



Member, Curriculum Organization of Nigeria (CON)

Member, National Association of Evaluators and Researchers (NAERE)

Member, Nigerian Society for Psychical Research

Member, Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists


CURRENT RESEARCH INTEREST:  Early Childhood Education






Nwahunanya, C.I. (2014) “The effects of Individualized and Guided Discovery Instructional

Techniques on the Achievements of Special Needs students (Underachievers)

in Chemistry”. Proceedings of World Congress on Special Needs Educations

                         (WCSNE), Temple University, Philadelphia.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2014) ‘Integrating Climate change into Chemistry teacher preparation

Curriculum at the Senior Secondary School level’.  Nigeria Journal of Curriculum

                          Studies Vol. 21 No.2,2014, pp. 80-89.


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2013) “Effects of Native Culture and Moral Conduct on Discipline on

Primary School Pupils”  The Nigerian  Educational Psychologist. Vol. 2 No. 1,

                          Sept. 2013 pp. 113 – 122 (Journal of the Nigerian Society for Educational      



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2013) “Entrepreneurial Curriculum Guidance on Career  Interest/Choice

among Senior Secondary School Students in Abia State”.  Nigerian Journal of

                          Curriculum Studies Vol. 20 No. 2, 2013, pp. 119 – 130 (Journal of the

                          Curriculum Organization of Nigeria).







Nwahunanya, C.I.  (2013). “Creating Climate Change Awareness in Nigerian Citizens:

Challenges for Curriculum Planners and Implementers at the Basic

Education Level”.  Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies,

Vol. 20, No. 1, 2013, pp. 60 – 71.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2012). “Curbing Violence through Value Re-orientation among Primary School

Children Using Oral Literature, Story Telling and Folklore”.  Journal of psychological

Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2012, pp. 98 – 107.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2012).  “Repositioning Nigerian Youths for Economic Empowerment through

Entrepreneurship Education”.  Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies.

                                Vol. 19, No. 2, March 2012.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2011).  “Continuous Assessment: An Educational Innovation with ICT Support

for Learning in Higher Education” The Educational Psychologist.

Vol.5, No.1, October 2011, pp. 191 – 201.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2011). “Re-branding Nigerian Education to Achieve Vision 20 – 2020”

The Psychical Researcher (Journal of Nigerian Society for Psychical Research),

Vol.3. No. 1, pp. 83 – 93.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2011).  “New Teachers’ Perception of Difficult Topics in Senior Secondary School

Chemistry Curriculum”.  Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies Vo. 18, No.1,

  1. 256 – 264.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2011).  “Perception of Students and Teachers on the Implications of Human Capital

Theory on Educational Development”.  Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and

Evaluation, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 11 – 19.



Olatunji, S.O. and Nwahunanya, C.I. (2011). “Cases of Examination Malpractice in May/June SSCE in

1999 – 2007:  Implications for Human Capital Development In the Agricultural and

Educational Sectors”.  Nigerian Journal of Educational Research and Evaluation.

Vol. 10, No.2,  pp. 38 – 48.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2009)  “The use of ICT in Teaching and Learning of Science and the Perceived

Areas of School Improvement”.  African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies,

Vol. 8 No. 3,  pp. 51 – 60. April 2009.  (Edited by Ukwuije, R.P.I. et al.).


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2009) “Effects of Mother Tongue as a Medium of Instruction on Pupils’

Achievement in Primary Science”.  Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies

 (Curriculum Organization of Nigeria, Calabar Chapter)  Vol.3 Nos. 1 & 2.

PP 188 – 199.







Nwahunanya, C.I. (2009).  “Parents’ and Teachers’ Perception of the Use of Mother Tongue Medium

of Instruction Policy in Nigerian Primary Schools”.  Journal of Curriculum Studies 16 (3)

  1. 229 – 237.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2009). “Democratic Values and Gender Equity in Nigeria’s Education:

A Critical Appraisal”.  Current Issues in Nigerian Education:

                                A Book of Readings, Ed. T.N. Kanno.  Pp. 212 – 223.




Nwahunanya, C.I. (2008).  “Validity of Secondary School Students’ Scores in the Affective,

Cognitive And Psychomotor Domains of Learning”.

African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 78 – 86.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2008).  “Implementation of Pre-Primary School Curriculum and

Quality Assurance in Basic Education”.  Journal of Curriculum Studies

 (Special Edition),  pp. 158 – 168.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2008).  “The Christian Woman as a Leader and Role Model:

                        The Example of Deborah”.  In Ogbuagu, S.C. (ed.) The Christian Voice,

6th Edition 2008, pp. 9 – 10.


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2007). “Effects of Assessment Procedures on Secondary School

Students’ Learning Outcomes in Chemistry”.  9th National Conference

Proceedings of National Association of Evaluators & Researchers.

  1. 94 – 100.


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2007) “A study of Teachers’ Assessment of Secondary School

Students in the Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor Domains of

Learning”. Nigerian Journal of Educational Research, 7 (1)., pp. 68 – 77.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2007)  “Content Validity of Teacher-made Tests in Chemistry”.

                        Journal of Curriculum Studies (CON) 14 (2)


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2007)   “Cognitive Style and Gender as Determinants of Learning

Outcomes in Chemistry”.  Journal of Theoretical and Empirical

Studies in Education, Vol. 1, No. 2 pp. 34 – 48.


Nwahunanya, C.I. (2006)  “Effects of Enhanced Mastery Learning on Primary School

                        Pupils’ Achievements in Science”.  Journal of Curriculum Studies

(CON) 13 (3) pp. 134 – 144.








Nwahunanya, C.I. and Rev. Sr. Dr. A. Odoemelam (2004)  “Students’ Perception

                        of Ways of Curbing Examination Malpractice in Secondary Schools”.

in Onofeghara N. (ed.)  Current Issues in Nigerian Education,

Enugu:  Chi-zo Press Limited,  pp. 149 – 159.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2003)  “A Comparative Study  of Male and Female Students’

                        Achievement in Mathematics and Science: A Nigerian Perspective”

in Ekpo, C. (ed.) Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning of

Science, Technology and Mathematics.  Uyo: IVY Press Limited. Pp. 28 – 36.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2003)  “An Evaluation of Curriculum Content for Student – Teachers

of Chemistry in Abia State University, Uturu”.  Journal of Contemporary

and Science Education 1 (1) pp. 100 – 112.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2000)  “Analysis of the Psychomotor Skills Possessed by Secondary

School Students in Chemistry as Perceived by the Teachers”.  Journal of

Teachers and Teaching. 1 (1) 12 – 21.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (2000) “Gender and Adolescents’ Choice of Science- Related Careers”.

Nigerian Journal of Professional Studies in Education,  8 (2) pp. 44 – 49.



Nwahunanya, C.I. (1998) “The Attitude of Secondary School Students Towards Sciences”.

Journal of Psychology and Curriculum Studies 1 (1) pp. 79 – 87.