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Victor Tubosun Babalola

Lecturer II

Research Interest

Chemistry Teaching Methods; Chemistry Mnemonics; Polymer Chemistry; Strategic Planning; Public Private Partnership in Education.

Area of specialization

Chemistry Education & Educational Management


  • PhD. (In view)
  • M.Ed(Admin.&Plan.)(BUK)
  • BSc. (Ed) Chem.(OAU),

Selected Publications

  1.  Babalola, V.T. (2021). Effect of Mnemonics-Based Pedagogy on Chemistry Students’ academic Achievements and Mindfulness in Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano-Nigeria. Bayero Journal of Science, Technology and Mathematics Education. Forthcoming…..(Accepted for publication)
  2. Babalola, V. T. (2021). Effect of Diagrams on Chemistry Students’ Academic Achievement in Kano Municipal Secondary Schools, Nigeria. Global Journal of Arts Humanity and Social Sciences. 1(1):1-8.
  3. Babalola, V.T. (2020). Redefining Chemistry education for COVID-19 Containment and economic recovery in Nigeria. Emerging trends in Contemporary Education; A book of Readings. Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University Press Limited. Pp232-249
  4. Babalola, V.T.(2019). Strategic planning Assessment of Tertiary institutions in Kano
    State, Nigeria. International journal of Social Sciences Perspectives, Online Academic
    Press, USA. PP29-36. Available online at:
  5. Babalola, V.T.(2019). Assessment of the public private participation in the provision of
    Quality Assurance for Basic Education Schools in Ondo State, Nigeria. Northwest
    Journal of Educational Studies. 4(1):132-145
  6. Babalola, V.T. (2017).The roles of Personnel Management towards the achievement of
    sustainable development Goals in Nigeria. Northwest Journal of Educational Studies
  7. Babalola, V.T. (2017). Management of bureaucratic corruptions in Politics of Education
    Financing in Nigeria, Changes and innovations in financing education for sustainable
    national Development. Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning
    (NAEAP). University of Port-Harcourt press Ltd. PP;505-518
  8. Babalola, V.T., Abdullahi, S. &Hafiz, A. (2016). Implication of Nigerian Education laws on
    Curriculum Developments. Book of Topical educational issues. Sokoto: Faculty of
    education and Extension Services, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto,
    Nigeria.PP:147- 163.
  9. Babalola, V.T. & Abdullahi, U.H. (2016). School administration and instructional supervision of secondary school chemistry for students’ academic performance, Issues in Scientific Research 1(3), 27-36 Available online at:
  10. Babalola, V.T., Musa, A. & Ali, H. (2016). Education, science and technology: A triadic
    process for promoting socio-economic skills in Nigeria. Issues in Scientific Research
    1(4): 52-60. Available Online at:
  11. Babalola, V.T. & Hafsatu A. U. (2016). Change Agenda Policy Of Nigeria: A School
    Administrative Paradigm for National Development, International Journal of scientific
    research and management (IJSRM) 4(04):4062-4076.
    Available online at:
  12. Babalola, V. T. & Abdullahi, U.H. (2016). School Principals’ bankruptcy in the micro-policy
    of Nigerian basic education. Kuwait Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and
    Management Review (AJBMR), 5(8), 7-19.
    Available online at: kD.php
  13. Babalola, V.T. & Abdullahi, U.H. (2016). Public Private Partnership: Imperative in
    Educational Planning and Management for Human Security in Nigerian Schools,
    International Journal of Research in Management (IJRM). 6(3), 36-45.
    Available online:, V.T. & Abdullahi, U.H. (2016). Public Private Partnership as an Imperative in
    Nigerian Education, International Journal of Current Multidisciplinary Studies (IJCMS),
    2(2):123-129. Available Online at
  14. Babalola, V.T& Abdullahi, U.H. (2016). Ensuring science education schools’ productivity
    using achievement driving administrative approach, International Journal of Advanced
    Scientific and Technical Research (IJAST).6(2):298-313
    Available Online at html
  15. Abdullahi, U.H. & Babalola, V.T. (2015). School Administrator as an Albatross at the
    Amphitheatre of School Violence, Review of Public Administration and Management
    (ROPAM), 4(8), 1-12:, V. T. & Abdullahi, U.H. (2015). Application of Epistemology Codes Methods to
    teaching and learning of Chemistry in Nigerian Secondary Schools. Singaporean Journal
    of Business Economics and Management Studies (SJBEMS). 4(8), 35-48. Available online
    at:… /4.pdf
  16. Babalola, V.T. (2015). Basic Education for Nigerian Socio-economic development: An
    exposition of Philippines barrio School Approach. Review of Public Administration and
    Management (ROPAM) 3(7), 68-81.
    Available online at:
  17. Babalola, V.T. & Musa. A. (2016). Scientific Approach to Leadership and Educational
    development: A case Study of Kano State Governance (2011-2015). Northwest
    University multi-disciplinary Journal 1(1):267-282.
  18. Babalola, V.T. & Aliyu, M., (2015). Basic Education, System Wastages and Socio-
    Economic Development in Nigeria. Basic Education for Socio-economic Development in
    Nigeria. Onitsha: West and Solomon publishers Coy Ltd.
    21. Babalola, V.T. (2015). Ebola-pandemic and School Administration: An Exposition of
    Nigerian Cosmetic Experience. Kano Journal of Educational Studies (KAJEST).4(2),
  19. Babalola, V. T., Aisha, H.S. & Hauwa, A. (2015). Education, Science and Technology: A
    triadic Approach to Nigeria Sustainable Development. Issues and challenges in Entrepreneurial education in Nigeria, Onitsha: West and Solomon publishers’ Coy Ltd.
  20. Babalola, V.T., Aisha, H.S. & Hauwa, A. (2015). The School Security: An imperative in Nigerian tertiary institutions, The imperatives in Nigeria Higher Institutions. Onitsha: West and Solomon publishers Coy Ltd.
  21. Babalola, V. T. (2015). Fayolism: An Effective Administrative tool for Nigerian Basic Education. Kano Journal of Educational Studies (KAJEST).4(2), 123-138.