CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS WITH PAPERS PRESENTED
1.Practical Ability Skills (PAS) in the Teaching of Integrated Science; JAEWP Publications, University of Calabar, Cross
River State. 17th – 24th June, 2002.
The teaching of Science through games.1-9.
2.The influence of Tradition/Culture in the Teaching and Learning of Science, Queen’s School Enugu, Enugu State. 3rd – 7th
3. Environment as a Resource for teaching Primary Science. Federal Government girl’s college, Jalingo, Taraba State. April
Making the learning of Primary Science delightful within our environment.15-22.
4. New Technologies and Primary Science Teaching and Learning. Oyemekun Grammar School, Akure, Ondo State. 5th – 9th April,
Resource materials and strategies: A technological tool for effective teaching and learning of Primary Science.19-28.
5. Science, Technology and Mathematics (STM) Education and Professionalism. Jos, Plateau State.15th -20th August, 2005.
6. Resources for Science, Technology and Mathematics Education.47th STAN Annual conference. 21st-27thJuly, 2006.
Udo, E. E. (2006).Resources as an enhancer for effective teaching and learning of Science.335-338.
7.Hands-On-Minds-On strategies in the teaching of force. Ilorin, Kwara State. 16th–19th May, 2007.
Strategies for effective teaching of force in Primary Science through the participatory learning approach. 1-10.
8. Effective Teaching and Learning of Simple Machines in Primary Schools. Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.17th-20th June, 2008.
Resource materials for effective teaching and learning of simple machines in Primary Schools.10-17.
9. Curriculum Development in Science, Technology and Mathematics (STM) Education. Yenagoa, Bayelsa State. STAN 49TH annual
25-30 August 2008.
Activity techniques and its implications for Science Curriculum innovation in Nigeria.36-40. [Download
10. Strategies for Teaching Magnetism in Primary School. St. John’s College,Jos, Plateau State.14th-18th April, 2009.
Strategies for teaching Magnetism in Primary School.21-26.
11. Environmental changes-meaning, types; pollution and erosion, Ebonyi, Ebonyi State.19th-23rd August, 2011.
12. Attaining the MDGs through STEM Education, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.11th – 15th August, 2015.
13. Exploring our surroundings, weather and environmental changes. Enugu,Enugu State.11-14 May, 2015.
14. Terrorism: A Threat to global peace and security, its Educational imperatives. Calabar, Cross River State.15-17 Sept.
15.Entrepreneurial Education in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. 27-29 Sept.,2015.
16. Concepts of Water, Air, Acids, Bases and Soap. STAN Basic Science and Technology workshop. Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
The concept of Soap and its production.1-8.
17. Communication Technologies and STEM Education. STAN Basic Science and Technology workshop. Ado Ekiti. 14th-19th August,
The use of concept mapping in teaching animals and human body to BasicScience.
18. Education and Economic diversification for self-reliance in Nigeria. Uyo, Akwa Ibom 7-10 Sept.2016.
19.STEM and Society. River State University, Port Harcourt, River State. STAN 60th annual conference.August 17-22, 2017.
Science teachers’ level of awareness and utilization of blended learning approach for effective STEM teaching in Uyo
Municipality, Akwa Ibom State.136-142.
20. Beyond literacy and numeracy: Implication for functional Education. Uyo,Akwa Ibom, 16-18 Oct., 2017.
21. STEM and Economic Growth. Katsina State. August 13-18, 2018.
22. Utilizing Educational instrument for Nigeria’s National Development. Uyo, Akwa Ibom 16th-19th Sept. 2018.
23. Festival of Chemistry (Hands-on-experiment in chemistry). Civil Service Auditorium, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. November 15,
24. Innovation in STEM Education. Kano, Kano State. STAN 60TH annual Conference. 19-24 August 2019.
Innovation in Basic Science and Technology education through effective pedagogical principles in Nigeria. 273-279.