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Dr. Vincent Emeka Izuegbu


Dr. Vincent Emeka Izuegbu hails from Ojoto Uno in Idemmili South Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. He currently lives in Chicago with his wife and two children. Currently, Dr. Izuegbu is the Founder & CEO of International School & Business Services (ISBS), Board Member Asian-African Chambers of Commerce & Industry, Chief Financial Officer & Assistant Principal Wells Preparatory Academy in Chicago, and National Convention Chairman Anambra State Association USA (ASA-USA).

EDUCATION

University of Illinois at Chicago: Ph.D. Curriculum&Instr.2008; American College of Education Chicago: M.Ed. School Administration; Elementary School and High School Principal Preparation Program, 2010; National Louis University: Teacher Preparation Program, 2005 University of Illinois at Chicago; Master of Education- Instructional Leadership, 2003; University of Uyo, Nigeria: Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy; 1996 Saint Joseph Major Seminary Nigeria (affiliate of Pontifical Urban University Rome, Italy):Three years of graduate studies in Theology 2000 & Bachelor of Philosophy; 1996All Hallows’ Seminary Nigeria (affiliate of Bigard Memorial Seminary and Pontifical Urban University Rome, Italy): Diploma in Latin language, 1989

PUBLICATIONS

Izuegbu, V.E. (2011). Students as designers of their own life curricula: The reconstruction of experience in education. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc

Izuegbu, V.E. (2010). Schultz, B. D. (2008). Spectacular things happen along the way: Lessons from an urban classroom. New York: Teachers College Press. The Chronicle of Middle Level Education Research Volume 10, no 2.

Izuegbu, V.E. (2007). Students as designers of their own life curricula: Reconstruction of experience in education through thoughtful deliberate action. Journal of Thought Vol.2 no.2.

Izuegbu, V.E. (2009). The reconstruction of experience in education- presented to the faculty of Elmhurst College Illinois.

Izuegbu, V.E. (2009). Education and the corporate machine – lecture delivered to graduate students at Elmhurst College Illinois.

Izuegbu, V.E. (2015). Unit planning and backwards design – Paper presented at School Improvement Day Workshop for teachers and principals, November 13, 2015

Izuegbu, V.E. (2016). School Data Analysis: School Quality Rating and Targeted Area of Instruction – Paper presented at School Improvement Day Workshop for teachers and principals, February 5, 2016

Izuegbu, V.E. (1996). Technology and human procreation. The Fountain. St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 31, 16-17.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1997a). Communication theology. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria,2, 16-18.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1997b). The Resurrection question. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria,1,46-48.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1997c). St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor at twenty five: The silver jubilee celebration in retrospect. Tomorrow. All Hallows’ Seminary Onitsha, Nigeria, 24-25.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1997d). Assumption garden of Our Lady: A Work of Art. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 1, 15-16.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1997e). The silver jubilee celebration of St. Paul’s Seminary: Anticipated, come and gone. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 1, 16-19.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1998a). Christmas theological reflection: In your minds, you must be the same as Christ Jesus. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 3, 24-26.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1998b). On sex industry. The sign. National Association of Philosophy Students 4(6 ), 14.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1998c). The fragile tool toward emancipation. The Fountain. St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 33, 7-8.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1999a). He who sings well…The Power. The Charismatic Movement of St. Joseph Major Seminary, Special Millennium Edition, 39-40.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1999b). The strange powers of silence. The Pillar. The Marian Association of Bigard Memorial Seminary Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria, 12, 29-30.

Izuegbu, V.E. (1999c). They kill to make money. The Fountain Newsletter: St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 1 (3), 8&14.