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  • Area of Specialization: Social Studies Methodology
  • Department of Social Science Education

  • Dr Sunday Obro is a lecturer in the Department of Social Science Education, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria. He holds a B.Sc (Ed) Degree in Social Studies, M. Ed & P.hD Degrees in Social Studies from Delta State University, Abraka. He is a member of the Social Studies Association of Nigeria. His interests include Social Studies, instructional strategies, educational technology, curriculum and instruction, educational research, Civics, and citizenship education.
    My Publications
  1. Clifford Edore Ogheneakoke, Sunday Obro, Joseph Benike (2019) In Search of a More Effective Strategy: Using Simulation Games Instructional Strategy for the Teaching and Learning of Social Studies in Secondary School, Journal of International Social Studies Vol.Volume 9 Issue 1 Pages: 53-71

    Vol.19(2) Pages: 248-258

  3. Ogheneakoke, C. E. & Obro, S. (2018) Social Studies Teachers’ and Child Rights in Delta State., International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies Vol.5(10) Pages: 1-5.

  4. Ogheneakoke, C. E. & Obro, S. (2018) Social Studies Teachers’ Teaching of Sex Education: Effect of Cultural Belief., International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies Vol.5(8) Pages: 62-69

  5. Dania, P. O. & Obro, S. (2017) University Social Studies Students’ Knowledge Of The Components Of Environmental Education And Their Participation In Environmental Protection, Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal Vol.4(2) Pages: 59-67

  6. Obro Sunday, PO Dania (2017) Factors Used For Effective Awareness Of Climate Change Among Social Studies Teachers In Delta State., Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal Vol. 4 (2) Pages: 50-58.

  7. Dania, P. O. & Obro, S. & Owhorhu, J. S. (2016) Challenges of Material Resource Management among Social Studies Lecturers in Nigerian Universities., Journal of Education and Practice Vol.7(20) Pages: 99-102

  8. Nwalado, E. N., Obro, S. & Egwu, G. I. (2015) ATTITUDE OF AFRICAN WOMEN TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING, Pristine Vol.10(1) Pages: 102 – 112.

  9. Nwalado, E. N. & Obro, S. (2014) ICT COMPETENCE AMONG SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS IN SAPELE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE , Journal of Teacher Perspective Vol.8(4) Pages: 1-11

  10. Dania, P. O. & Obro, S. (2013) Efficacy of Social Studies Education in Promoting Family Values. , International Journal of Educational Science and Research (IJESR) Vol.3(5) Pages: 59-64

  11. Nwalado, E. N. & Obro, S. (2013) Social Studies Lecturers Perception of the Incorporation of Entrepreneurship Education in Tertiary Institutions. , Contemporary Journal of Educational Research (COJER)
    Vol. 3(1) Pages: 278 – 292

  12. Nwalado, E. N. Obro, S. & Ofuasia, J. N. (2012) THE PROBLEMS OF POWER GENERATION IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATION FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, Multidisciplinary Journal of Empirical Research Vol.10(1 ) Pages: 1-9

  13. Nwalado, E. N. & Obro, S. (2012) The Role of Social Studies in National Development. , Journal of Assertiveness Vol.1(1) Pages: 29-38

  14. 5. Nwalado, E. N., Obro, S. & Ofuasia, J. N. (2012) CRUDE OIL PIPELINES VANDALIZATION: IMPLICATION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA., Journal of Teacher Perspective Vol.6(3) Pages: 454 - 462

  15. 1. Nwalado, E. N., Obro, S, & Egwu, G. I. (2011) THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN PROMOTING THE GROWTH OF DEMOCRACY, African Education Indices Vol.9(1) Pages: 186-198

  16. EN Nwalado, S Obro, RN Eboh, GI Egwu (2011) Teachers’ Perception of the Use of Social Studies Concepts in Conflict Management. , Multidisciplinary Journal of Academic Excellence Vol.4(1) Pages: 147 – 155.

  17. EN Nwalado, S Obro, JN Ofuasia (2006) Attitude of Secondary School Students’ Towards Teenage Pregnancy, Multidisciplinary Journal of Environmental, Agriculture, Science and Technology. Vol.5(1) Pages: 34 - 42

  18. 12. Ogheneakoke, C. E., Benike, J. & Obro, S. ((2018)) Internet Access and Usage: Impact on Students’ Academic Performance in Social Studies. , European Journal of Education Studies Vol.5(1) Pages: 56-75.