Nwona Hyginus Ambrose

NAME OF STAFF: Nwona Hyginus Ambrose


DESIGNATION: Academic Staff

RANK: Senior Lecturer



Nwona, H.A. & Akogun, N.A. (2013). Breaking gender barriers in science, technology and mathematics education. Nigerian Journal of  Research in Education, 6(1), 98 – 108.

Nwona, H.A. (2013). Climate change: causes, effects and the need for science education for sustainable development. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 4(8), 35 – 42. Available online at http://www.mcser.org

Nwona, H.A. (2013). Quality implementation of basic science and technology curricular (BSTC): The way forward. Journal of Science and Vocational Education, 7, 88 – 100.

Nwona, H.A. (2014). Science for all Nigerians amidst security challenges: A reality or myth? Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(7), 120 – 126. Available online at http://www.mcser.org

Nwona, H.A. (2016). Dearth of qualified science teachers in Nigerian Basic education system: Implications for sustainable national development. International Advanced Journal of Teaching and Learning, 2(1), 25 – 31. Available online at www.ztjournals.com.

Nwona, H.A. & Madu, B.C. (2017). Senior secondary school physics teachers’ pedagogical knowledge: a case of Kogi central zone of Kogi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Advancement in Development, 12(4), 54 – 61.

Nwona, H.A. & Akaogwu, O.N. (2017). Influence of social media on academic performance of students: a case of FCE Okene. Nigerian Interdisciplinary Journal of Research for National Development, 1(2), 23-33.

Aniama, S.O., Drisu, S. & Nwona, H.A. (2018). Titrimetric estimation of ascorbic acid content of Parkia biglobosa yellow powder. International Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Processes, 4(1), 47 – 51. Also available at www.iiardpub.org.

Drisu, S., Nwona, H.A., Aniama, S.O. & Idris, A.M. (2018). Preparation of potash from Parkia biglobosa pod husk. NAOAT Journal of Educational Development & Productivity, 2(2), 107 – 113.

Nwona, H.A., Akogun, N.A., Raheem, M.O. & Adezuka, Y. (2018). Availability and utilization of instructional materials for teaching physics in secondary schools in Kogi central zone of Kogi State, Nigeria. SPED Journal of Science in Education, 8(1), 29 – 36.

Nwona, H.A. & Madu, B.C. (2018). Assessment of senior secondary school physics teachers’ content knowledge in Kogi central zone of Kogi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Evaluation (IJEE), 4(5), 83 – 90. Also available at www.iiard.org.

Akogun, N.A., Nwona, H.A., & Obo, O.A. (2019). Quality Science Education: Lecturers’ perception of some physics concepts in Integrated Science in Colleges of Education in Kwara State, Nigeria. COEASU Journal of Academic Reform (EDURef), 1(1), 105 – 114.


  1. Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)
  2. Member, International Centre for Science, Humanities and Educational Research (ICSHER)
  3. Member, Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN)