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Email: poghuvbu@delsu.edu.ng

  • Area of Specialization: Educational Administration and Planning
  • Department of Educational Management & Foundations

  • Enamiroro Patrick Oghuvbu, is a professor of Educational Administration and Planning in the Department of Educational Management and Foundations at the Delta State University, Abraka. He obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in Mathematics Education from the University of Benin in 1986 and also a Master of Education in Educational Planning from the same University in 1990. He capped it with a PhD in Educational Administration from the Delta State University, Abraka in 1998. He is widely published in books and journals in Nigeria and across the world. He had served the Delta State University, Abraka, as Head of Department, Director of ICT Centre, Director of the Institute of Education, Director of JUPEB and Dean of the Faculty of Education. He is now the Provost of the Asaba campus of the University. Professor Oghuvbu is married with children.
    My Publications
    • 1. Odili, J.N. and Oghuvbu, E.P. (2017) Behavioral Objectives Set by Mathematics Teachers in Senior Secondary School, Delta State.. Implementations for Creative Thinking in a Depressed Economy , Abia State University Journal of Educational Studies
      Vol.4 ( 1) Pages: 34-41

    • 2. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2015) Innovations and Transformation in Teaching and Learning , Journal of Teacher Perspective
      Vol.9 ( 1) Pages: 17-37

    • 3. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2014) Teacher Preparation Issues for Improving Entrepreneurship competencies in 21st Century Nigeria , DELSU, Journal of Educational Research and Development
      Vol.13 ( 1) Pages:

    • 4. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2009) Analysis of Resources Management in Primary Schools in Delta State, Nigeria, African Journal of Education and Development Studies (AJEDS)
      Vol.5 (1) Pages: 269-282

    • 5. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Asiyai, R.I. (2009) An Empirical Analysis of the Causes and Possible Solutions to the Decline in Quality of Tertiary Education in Delta State, Nigeria, Journal of Sociology and Education in Africa, Special Edition
      Vol.8 (2) Pages:

    • 6. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Oshenmughen, H. (2009) Post University Matriculation Examination: The Stakeholders Need., International Journal of Social and Policy Issues
      Vol.6 (1 and 2) Pages: 75-83

    • 7. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2009) Analysis of Information and Communication Technology Resources for Qualitative Universal Basic Education in Delta State, Nigeria, Journal of Research in National Development
      Vol.7 ( 2) Pages: 62-73

    • 8. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2009) Assessment of Communication Technology (ICT) Training Needs of Secretarial Staff in Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria , Delta Business Education Journal
      Vol.1 ( 1) Pages: 111-118

    • 9. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2008) Determinant of Effective and Ineffective Supervision in Schools, Teachers Perspectives Journal of Arts and Education
      Vol.2 (1) Pages: 175-181

    • 10. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2008) Gender Analysis of Pupils Enrollment in Primary Schools in Nigeria , Journal of Research in National Development
      Vol.6 (1) Pages: 196-204

    • 11. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2008) The Perceived Home and School Factors Responsible for Dropout in Primary Schools and Influence on National Development in Nigeria , Ekpoma Journal of Behavioural Sciences (EJOBS)
      Vol.1 (1) Pages: 135-144

    • 12. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Egwunyenga, E. (2008) Problems of Examination Malpractice in Nigerian Universities: Emergent Issues and Management Options. Trends in Educational Studies (TRES) , Journal of the Institute of Education
      Vol.3 (1) Pages: 196-203

    • 13. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2008) Gender Differential between Private and Public School Teachers in Nigeria: Administrative Implications, Journal of Research in National Development
      Vol.6 (2) Pages: 1-9

    • 14. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2008) Distribution of Teachers among Secondary Schools in Delta State; Gender and Location Analysis, Journal of Research in National Development
      Vol.6 (2) Pages: 50-55

    • 15. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Okoro, J. (2008) Strategies for Developing good Human Relation Skills in the Administration of Business Education Programme , Delta Business Education Journal (ABEN)
      Vol.1 (3) Pages: 52-57

    • 16. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2007) Analysis of the Problems Affecting the Contributions of all Nigerian Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools in the Management of Post Primary Education, Educational Insight
      Vol.20 (12) Pages: 47-53

    • 17. Oghuvbu E. P, (2006) Data Inquiry and Analysis for Effective Administration: A Comparative Study of Private and Public Secondary Schools , Journal of Social Sciences, (Indisciplinary Reflection of Contemporary Society)
      http:www.krepublishers.com/journal/ Vol.13 (3) Pages: 205-213

    • 18. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2005) Determinants of Principals Communication in Secondary Schools, Journal of Research in Education
      Vol.2 (1) Pages: 12-19

    • 19. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2005) Determinant of the Impact of Principals Effective and Ineffective Communication in Secondary Schools, Journal of Research in Education
      Vol.2 (2) Pages: 56-62

    • 20. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Iyeke, P. (2004) An Analysis of Community- School Relation as a Peaceable Tool for School Administration , Nigerian Journal of Professional Studies in Education (NJPSE)
      Vol.8 (7) Pages: 88-93

    • 21. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Akpotu, N.E. (2004) Factors Affecting the Attainment of the Objectives of Technical School Education in Nigeria, African Journal of Education and Development Studies (AJEDS)
      Vol.1 (1) Pages: 18-23

    • 22. Akpotu, N.E. and Oghuvbu, E.P. (2004) Performance Appraisal of the Nigerian Secondary School Teachers: The Students Perspectives., International Studies in Educational Administration Journal of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAN)
      www.edcuationpSublishing.com/isea_abs04.html Vol.32 (3) Pages: 44-57

    • 23. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2003) Teacher Evaluation of Principals' Administrative Effectiveness in Delta State Secondary Schools, West African Journal of Educational Research, (WAJER) Calabar
      Vol.6 (1) Pages: 20-27

    • 24. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2001) Teacher Education and National Development , Journal of Curriculum and Instruction
      Vol.10 (1) Pages: 154-157

    • 25. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2000) Problems Affecting Heads of Primary Schools in the Central Senatorial District of Delta State, Journal of Education and Society
      Vol.3 (1) Pages: 80-85

    • 26. Oghuvbu, E. P. (2000) The Place of Mathematics in the Training of Nursery and Primary School Teachers , Teacher Educator
      Vol.2 (1) Pages: 180-185

    • 27. Oghuvbu, E. P. (1999) Classroom Management Problems in Urban Primary Schools in Delta State, West African Journal of Educational Research, Calabar
      Vol.2 (2) Pages: 159-166

    • 28. Oghuvbu, E. P. (1999) Problems of Supervision as perceived by School Administrators and teachers in Delta State Secondary Schools, Journal of Education and Society
      Vol.2 (1) Pages: 29-31

    • 29. Oghuvbu, E. P. (1999) Perceived Effect of Supervision as Related to Effectiveness by Administrators and Teachers in Delta State Secondary Schools, Teacher Educator
      Vol.2 (2) Pages: 124-129

    • 30. Oghuvbu, E. P. (1997) The use of Instructional Supervision Techniques by Principals in Ughelli North local Government Area of Delta State, Delta Journal of Education Development, Abraka
      Vol.1 Pages: 120-126

    • 31. Oghuvbu, E. P. and Iyeke, P. (1996) The Attitude of Nursery Education Diploma Students Towards the Programme and their Academic Achievement. Implication for Education Management and Counseling , Research in Education
      Vol.2 (2) Pages: 105-112

    • 32. Oghuvbu E. P. (1995) The Causes of Indiscipline among Secondary School Students as perceived by School Administrators, Teachers and Parents , Delta Journal of Educational Development, Abraka
      Vol.3 (2) Pages: 91-97