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  • Area of Specialization: Technical/Technology Education
  • Department of Technical Education

  • Samuel I. Akinseinde is a professor of Technical/Technology Education. He earned his Master's Degree from Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA, and Ph.D. from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, with both degrees in Industrial Technical Education and specialization in Electrical/Electronics. He served as the Director of Academic Planning (DAP) at Delta State University between 2010 and 2016. He is a member of International Research bodies such as International Vocational Education and Training (IVET) and American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). He is a consultant to UNESCO-Dakar Regional Office for Education in Africa, Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja, and Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC). He has several scholarly papers in International and National peer-reviewed journals and proceedings. His current research interests include; Gender issues, Policies, Leadership, Programme evaluation, Vocational - Technical Education, and Training. He has served as External Examiner to eight (8) Nigerian Universities at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has served as External Assessor for promotion to the post of Reader and Professor in Industrial Technology Education. He is a member of Governing Councils, Eastern Polytechnic, Port-Harcourt (2015 till date) and Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro (2008). He served as Head of Department of Vocational and Technical Studies for five times between 1993 and 2016, Managing Editor (1999-2016), Delsu Journal of Educational Research and Development, Coordinator, Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Delta State University Chapter (2005-2010), and Coordinator, Students' Industrial Work Experience (1993-1995) in Delta State University, Abraka. Akinseinde is a recipient of various awards and scholarships, which include: (I). Technical Teacher Training Programme Scholarship granted by the Agency for International Development, Washington, DC. 1984 (ii). Gold Award for Distinguished Leadership in National Development, 2009 (iii). Pioneer Staff Long Service Meritorious Award of Delta State University in 2017, and (iv). Distinguished Alumnus Award of Service and Achievement, Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Yaba, Lagos. (v). "Who's Who in the world" (Marquis Who's Who 16th Edition, 1999).
    My Publications
  1. Akinseinde, S. I (2020) Integrating a Culture of Personal Integrity in Media and Information Literacy, UNESCO - West Africa MIL Week Celebration 2020 (Resisting Disinfodemic Media and Information Literacy for Everyone by Everyone Selected Papers, UNESCO Abuja Regional Office) Vol. Pages: 233

  2. Akinseinde, S. I (2020) Control of youth unemployment through partnership with Technical Vocational Education and Training., International Journal of Vocational Education and Training (IJVET)/International Vocational Education and Training Association (IVETA)
      Vol.25 Pages: 72-78

  3. Akinseinde, S. I (2020) Gender Distribution Among Students Academics and Non-Teaching Staff Implications for Growth and Development of Workforce, Journal of Perspectives in Gender Development / Center for Gender and Development Studies, DELSU Vol.1 Pages: 51

  4. Akinseinde, S. I (2018) Technical Education Teacher and Sustainable Quality Education. (Book: Education for Sustainable Development: The Teacher Challenge in Providing Quality Education in Nigeria by 2020) , Faculty of Education, Delta State University, Abraka Vol. Pages: 177

  5. Akinseinde, S. I (2016) Innovative approaches to Technical Vocational Education and Training, Conference: 28th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT), Asaba, Delta State Vol. Pages: 1-6

  6. Akinseinde, S. I (2015) Characteristics and Organizational ability required by administrators for effective leadership in TVET Institutions in Nigeria, IVETA Annual conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Vol. Pages:

  7. Akinseinde, S. I (2014) Development of Technology Education at Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria, Education in Nigeria: Development and Challenges Vol. Pages: 307-324

  8. Peter Onotevure Ikoya, Samuel I Akinseinde (2010) Classroom Management Competencies of Intern-Teachers in Nigeria Secondary Schools, Educational Research Quarterly Vol.34 Pages: 35

  9. Peter O Ikoya, Samuel I Akinseinde (2009) Variability pattern in conflict management strategies among school administrators of secondary schools in Nigeria, Journal of Social Sciences Vol.20 Pages: 223-230

  10. SI Akinseinde (2004) An appraisal of undergraduate curriculum of technical education in Nigerian universities: implications for higher education management, Makerere Journal of Higher Education Vol.1 Pages: 52-60

  11. Samuel I Akinseinde, Esharenana E Adomi (2004) E-Mail Usage by Technical Education Students in Nigerian Universities, Emerald Group Publishing Limited (Library Hi Tech News) Vol.21 Pages: 15-20

  12. Akinseinde, S. I. & Okeke, B.C (2004) The impact of basic technical skill literacy education through introductory technology education in the choice of technical subjects in technical colleges in Delta State., Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction Vol.12 Pages: 32-37

  13. Akinseinde, S. I (2002) Technology education in Nigeria., Foremost Educational Service Vol. Pages: 105-120

  14. Akinseinde, S. I (2002) Research Methodology (Book - Educational Research: A source Book for NCE and University Undergraduates), Lincel Ventures Vol. Pages: 67-74

  15. Kabiru Isyaku, PO Nwaokolo, Fnabe FSBT, Mnva Provost, Samuel I Akinseinde, Raymond Uwameiye (2001) New directions to quality technical and vocational education in Nigeria: perception of technical and vocational teachers, International Conference of Technical and Vocational Education, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom Vol. Pages:

  16. Akinseinde, S. I (1999) A Study of Perceived Technical Competency Areas Needed by Technical Drawing Teachers at the Secondary School Level in Delta and Edo States”, Journal of Educational Research and Development. Publication of the Faculty of Education, Delta State University. Vol.1 Pages: 80 – 90

  17. Akinseinde, S. I. and Umunadi, K. (1999) Assessment of Adequacy and Utilization of Introductory Technology Equipment in Urban and Rural Secondary Schools in Delta State of Nigeria, National Association for the advancement of Knowledge (NAFAK) Vol.1 Pages: 52 – 59

  18. Akinseinde, S. I (1995) Alternative Methods of Financing Vocational and Technical Education in Nigeria, Nigerian Educational Research Association (NERA). Faculty of Education. University of Benin Vol. Pages: 196 – 204

  19. Akinseinde, S. I (1989) Attitude of Post Secondary Students in Bendel State Towards Technical and Vocational Education, Nigerian Educational Research Association (NERA). Faculty of Education. University of Benin Vol. Pages: 212 – 221