Oluyemisi Idowu Majebi
Lecturer II, Department of Early Childhood and Educational Foundations
University of Ibadan, Department of Early Childhood and Educational Foundations, Lecturer II
Oluyemisi Majebi holds a Ph.D in Early Childhood Education from the University of Ibadan. She is a lecturer in the Department of Early Childhood and Educational Foundations of the University. She has over two decades of experience teaching and working with children in the classroom.
- Indigenous education
- Pedagogy (Indigenous and contemporary practices)
- Child’s Rights
- Capacity building
Expectations as a QES Scholar during the Mobility Period
Participating in QES programme will allow me to further develop my professional and academic skills while working alongside experienced and international researchers in my area of interest. I will be exposed to cross-cultural exchanges as a result of the programme. It will provide me with necessary skills for community engagement in the delivery of my responsibilities as a teacher, researcher and mentor.
The QES Project and Advancement of your Career
The QES project will help me establish and sustain a strong network of pre-primary teachers, communities, and international collaborators. My placement with QES partners will broaden my research capabilities and assist me in developing a strong network. This, I believe will help me to develop as a better-rounded researcher. The knowledge gained during the programme will help me improve my teaching and research skills as well as expand my professional and publication network.