Associate Professor / Reader
Educational Foundations and Counselling Psychology
At the Educational Foundations And Counselling Psychology department office
Appointment on Visitation important
Topic: Predictors And Pathways To Anti-Social Behaviour In Classroom Interaction Among Senior Secondary School Students In Lagos State
Description: A social interaction perspective on classroom interaction studies the mechanisms teachers and students use to conduct their classroom businesses. The study examined a pattern of behaviour that is verbally or physically harmful to other students in classroom interaction. These include verbal abuse, bullying,stealing, graffiti, vandalism and so on. It first discusses the ways teachers and students have organised turn-taking and the ways they use their turns at talk to engage in classroom activities. One particularly important format for these activities is the action sequences of teacher initiation, student response, and teacher evaluation of that response (the IRE-sequence). Next it addresses two strands of classroom interaction research that particularly aim to relate classroom practices to larger societal issues.
|1.||Ph.D (Ph. D (UNIPORT), Sociology of Education)||University of Port-Harcourt, Port-Harcourt||2006|
Ethnophaulism among Secondary School Students in Lagos State
One obvious subject that has continued to dominate discussion among Nigerians is ethnicity. In recent years, hate speech and hate crime have garnered increased attention nationally. Ethnophaulism is an ethnic slur that caricatures some identifiable ( often physical feature of a group that is being derided. Ethnophaulism are mostly negative labelling. The purpose of the study is to uncover ethnophaulism registers among classroom participants and also ascertain their effects among them. The study when completed is expected to unearth ethnic registers that are unwholesome for classroom participants and thereby checkmate ethnic slurs in classrooms.
DOSUNMU SIMEON is a Associate Professor / Reader at the Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling Psychology
DOSUNMU has a Ph.D in Ph. D (UNIPORT), Sociology of Education from University of Port-Harcourt, Port-Harcourt