Dr. Godfrey I. Nwoke
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EDU 2362 – Methods of Teaching in Career and Technology Education
EDU 4580 – Coordination of Work-based Learning Programs I Organization
EDU 4600 – Professional Development Seminar
Principal Investigator and Project Director, Success Via Apprenticeship (SVA) Program. Received funding from New York City Department of Education for Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher preparation, 1997 to 2015.
Coordinated successful initial and continuing accreditation visits by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) at New York City College of Technology, March 2005 and April 2011.
Wilkin, T., & Nwoke, G.I. (2011). Career and Technical Education Teacher Shortage: A Successful Model for Recruitment and Retention. Journal of sTEm Teacher Education, 84(1), 22-35.
Oranu, R.N., Nwoke, G.I. & Ogwo, B.A. (2002). Fundamentals of Metal Work Practice. Nsukka, Nigeria: University of Nigeria Press.
Ezeji, S.C.O.A., & Nwoke G.I. (2001). Technical Drawing 3: Building Drawing. London: Longman Pearson.
Nwoke, G.I. (1994). Student and employer evaluation of unpaid work experience in a Nigerian vocational teacher education programme. The Vocational Aspect of Education, 46(3), 285-294.
Olaitan, S.O. & Nwoke, G.I. (1988). Practical Research Methods in Education. Onitsha, Nigeria: Summer Educational Publishers.
PhD - Industrial Education & Technology, Iowa State University, 1986
MSEd - Industrial Arts, The City College of New York, 1984
BSc - Industrial Technical Education, University of Nigeria, 1981
NYS Permanent Certificate in Technology Education, 2002
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
International Technology and Engineering Education Association (ITEEA)