Personal Information
Rufus Olanrewaju Adebisi

Department of Communication and Behavior Disorders, Federal College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria

Rufus Olanrewaju Adebisi
Educations
From 20/2012 to 08/2018, PhD , Nigeria
Work Experiences
From 2017 to Date, Lecturer , Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo. Nigeria
Speciality
Special Needs Education
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
Micronutrient
Book
1. Adebisi, R. O. (2019). Research in vitamin-mineral supplementation: Some fruitful findings and clinical implications for autism spectrum disorders intervention. Ibadan: Gloryland Publishing Company. No. of Pages: 188. ISBN: 978-978-966-890-3.
2. Adebisi, R. O., & Bolaji, Y. O. (Editor)(2020). A compendium of topics in communication and behaviour disorders. Abeokuta: Pee & Gee Press. No. of Pages: 254. ISBN: 978-978-55127-8-6.
Journal Articles
1. Adebisi, R. O., & Jerry, J. E. (2019). Effect of use of instructional materials on self-help skills of children with intellectual disabilities in Abuja school for the handicapped, Abuja, Nigeria. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 2 (1), 1-11. eISSN 2589-7799. {Crossref, EBSCO, ResearchGate, EuroPub, Sciencegate, World Cat, Google scholar}. https://doi.org/10.26407/2019jrtdd.1.15
2. Adebisi, R. O., & Udoh, U. N. (2019). Assessment of vitamin-mineral status on writing tasks of children with attention deficit hyperactivity in Jos Township, Plateau State. International Journal of Special and General Education, 14, 137 – 146. ISSN 2315-9839. http://journalpubs.com
3. Adebisi, R. O. (2018). Vitamin-mineral status on copying tasks completion of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorders in Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria. Africa Education Evaluation, 1 (1), 54 – 67. ISSN 2630-6700. {Crossref, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, World Cat, Google scholar}. http://zeetarz.com
4. Adebisi, R. O., & Gomos, D. Y. (2018). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders: Characteristics and reasons for vitamin-mineral intervention. Journal of Special Education & Rehabilitation 19 (1-2), 40 – 57. ISSN 1409-6099. {SCOPUS (http://www.scopus/inwald/authorDetails.url?authorID=57202969020&partnerID=MN8TOARS , Crossref, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, World Cat, Google scholar}. http://jser.fzf.ukim.edu.mk/DOI:159.952.5:37.04-056.4
5. Adebisi, R. O., & Elemukan, S. I., & Gomos, D. Y. (2018). Analysis of vitamin-mineral status on attention deficit hyperactivity disorders in children with autism spectrum disorders in Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria. The Journal of the International Association of Special Education, 18 (1), 31 – 40. ISSN 1555-6913. {EBSCO, SWETS, Wilson index}. http://iase.org/jiase.
6. Adebisi, R. O., Rasaki, S. A. & Liman A. N. (2016). The prevalence, Identification Process and Intervention Strategies of children with intellectual disabilities: A report of an institution’s fieldwork. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 4 (1), 54 - 61. ISSN 2411-2933. {Pubmed, Global Impact factor, Index Copernicus, Google scholar, World Cat}. https://ijier.net/ijier/article/view/509
7. Liman, A. N., Adebisi, R. O., Jerry, J. E. & Adewale, H. G. (2015). Efficacy of assistive technology on the educational programme of children with learning disabilities in inclusive classrooms of Plateau State Nigeria. In Journal of Educational Policy and Entrepreneurial Research, 2 (2), 23 – 25. ISSN 2408-6231. {Scribd, JournalSeek, ResearchGate, Impact factor, Google scholar}. http://jeper.org/index.php/JEPER/article/view/82/92
8. Adebisi, R. O., Liman, A. N. & Longpoe, P. K. (2015). Using assistive technology in teaching children with learning disabilities in the 21st century. Journal of Education and Practice, 6 (24), 14 – 20. ISSN 2222-1735. {Crossref, EBSCO, Index Copernicus, World Cat, Google scholar}. https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEP/article/view/25253
9. Adebisi, R. O., & Jerry, J. E. (2015). Genetic engineering option for persons with disabilities: To be or not to be. Educational Research International, 4 (4), 52 – 58. ISSN 2307-3713. {Science, Crossref, EBSCO, Global Impact factor, Index Copernicus, Open J-gate, Google scholar}. http://www.erint.savap.org.pk/PDF/Vol.4.4/ERInt.2015-4.4-07.pdf
10. Adebisi, R. O., Iroham, N. S. & Amwe, S. A. (2014). The efficacy of social stories intervention for improving social behaviours in children with autism spectrum disorders: A meta – analysis. European Journal of Humanity and Social Sciences, 30 (1), 1599-1612. ISSN 2220-9425. http://www.journalsbamk.com.
11. Adebisi, R. O., Iroham, N. S., Amwe, R. A. & Rasaki, S. A. (2014). Early Childhood Assessment: Implications for the Development of Responsive Readiness Skills, Child Care and Early Intervention in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 4 (6), 85 – 97. ISSN 2222-6990. {Crossref, EBSCO, Index Copernicus, Impact factor, Google scholar}. http://dx.doi.org/10.6007/IJARBSS/v4-i6/928.
12. Adebisi, R.O., Jerry, E., Rasaki, S. A. & Igwe, E. N. (2014). Barriers to special education in Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Research, 2 (11), 451 – 462. ISSN 2411-5681. {Scribd, JournalSeek, ResearchGate, Impact factor, Google scholar}. http://www.ijern.com/journal/2014/November-2014/36.pdf
1. Adebisi, R. O., & Ndoh, U. N. (2019). Single-subject experimental research design: Implications for best practice in autism spectrum research and intervention. Academic Journal of Research and Development, 11 (2), 31 – 43. NIGERIA. ISSN: 1597-7978. {Association Based – Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC)}.
2. Adebisi, R.O. & Liman, N. A. (2018). Implications for early identification and intervention of children with learning disabilities in Nigeria. National Journal of Learning Disabilities Research and Development, 1 (1), 109 – 121. ISSN: 2651-6292. {Association Based – National Congress on Learning Disabilities of Nigeria}.
3. Ofojekwu, M. N., Adebisi, R. O., & Jingau, A. A. (2018). Effect of trace element supplements on reading comprehension of children with reading disabilities in Jos metropolis, Plateau state. Journal of Education in Developing Areas, 26 (2), 641 – 649. ISSN: 0189-420X. {University Based – Faculty of Education, University of Port-Harcourt, Nigeria}.
4. Adebisi, R. O., & Shittu, M. A. (2018). The place and relevance of authentic assessment in inclusive schools. Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education, 17 (1), 75 – 80. ISSN: 0189-7195. {University Based – Department of Special Education & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
5. Adebisi, R. O., & Mebu, V. A. (2017). Effects of vitamin-mineral intervention on behaviour problems of two children with autism spectrum disorders in Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 19 (1), 177 – 189. ISSN: 1119-636X. {Association Based – National Centre for Exceptional Children, Nigeria}.
7. Mebu, V. A., Adebisi, R. O., & Bahago, B. A. (2016). HIV/AIDS awareness and attitude towards sexual behaviours of students of University of Jos. International Journal of Research in Science, Technology & Mathematics Education (IJRSTME), 4 (2), 201 – 209. ISSN: 2354-3590. {University Based – Department of Science and Technology Education, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
8. Adebisi, R. O., & Sauri, S. M. (2016). Effects of iron deficiency on the cognitive functions and academic performance of children with learning disabilities in Jos, Plateau State. Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education, 15 (1), 39 – 48. ISSN: 0189-7195. {University Based – Department of Special Education & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
9. Adebisi, R. O., Liman, N. A. & Ogaero, O. E. (2015). Influence of autism on the social interaction and language development of siblings of children with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education, 13 (1), 7 – 12. ISSN: 0189-7195. {University Based – Department of Special Education & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
10. Adebisi, R. O., & Liman, A. N. (2015). Techniques for motivating students with special needs in an inclusive classroom. The Special Education, 15 (1), 265 – 275. ISSN: 1597-1767. {Association Based – Nigeria Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET), Nigeria}.
11. Adebisi, R. O., Iroham, S. N. & Gumut, V. K. (2014). Challenges of integrating information and communication technology (ICT) to children with learning disabilities in Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 16 (1), 159 – 164. ISSN: 1119-636X. {Association Based – National Centre for Exceptional Children, Nigeria}.
12. Adebisi, R. O., Iroham, S. N. & Amwe, A. (2014). The perspectives and preparedness of special education teachers towards the implementation of inclusive education in FCT Abuja. The Exceptional Child, 16 (1), 22 – 32. ISSN: 1119-636X. {Association Based – National Centre for Exceptional Children, Nigeria}.
13. Adebisi, R. O. & Okwudire, A. N. (2014). Social story intervention on the development of self management of behaviours in children with autistic spectrum disorders. The Special Child, 13 (1), 9 – 20. ISSN: 1597-1767. {Association Based – Nigeria Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET), Nigeria}.
14. Adebisi, R.O. (2014). Using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in teaching children with special needs in 21st century. International Journal of Research in Science, Technology & Mathematics Education (IJRSTME), 2 (1), 129 – 138. ISSN: 2354-3590. {University Based – Department of Science and Technology Education, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
15. Adebisi, R. O. & Onye, M. A. (2013). Towards implementation and sustainability of special education services in FCT: Some critical issues. Journal of Advocacy and Rehabilitation in Special Education, 12 (1), 1 – 5. ISSN: 0189-7195. {University Based – Department of Special Education & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
16. Adebisi, R. O. & Iroham, N. S. (2012). A child with learning disabilities and school dropout syndrome: Implication for effective instructional adaptation in Nigeria. The Exceptional Child, 14 (1), 178 – 187. ISSN: 1119-636X. {Association Based – National Centre for Exceptional Children, Nigeria}.
17. Adebisi, R. O. & Iroham, N. S. (2010). Facilitating professional partnership in an inclusive classroom. International Journal of Educational Studies, 1 (2), 20 – 23. ISSN: 1118-9088. {University Based – Faculty of Education, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
18. Adebisi, R. O., Oludoun, M. O. & Oluyomi, E. F. (2010). Innovations in the new national policy on education: Challenges for implementation. Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 8 (2), 186 – 194. ISSN: 1117-1855. {Association Based – Primary and Tertiary Teacher Education Association of Nigeria (PATTEAN)}.
19. Adebisi, R. O. (2010). The inclusion charter: The prospects and challenges. Journal of Educational Studies, 15 (1), 122 – 128. ISSN: 1595-4668. {University Based – Institute of Education, University of Jos, Nigeria}.
1. Adebisi, R. O. (2020). Understanding attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. In Y. O. Bolaji and R. O. Adebisi (Eds.), A compendium of topics in communication and behaviour disorders (Pp. 92-121). Abeokuta: Pee & Gee Press. ISBN: 978-978-55127-8-6.
2. Adebisi, R. O. (2020). Autism spectrum disorders in children. In Y. O. Bolaji and R. O. Adebisi (Eds.), A compendium of topics in communication and behaviour disorders (Pp. 122-151). Abeokuta: Pee & Gee Press. ISBN: 978-978-55127-8-6.
3. Adebisi, R. O., & Ugbo, E. K. (2020). Classroom management and behaviour therapies for learners with behaviour disorders. In Y. O. Bolaji and R. O. Adebisi (Eds.), A compendium of topics in communication and behaviour disorders (Pp. 224-247). Abeokuta: Pee & Gee Press. ISBN: 978-978-55127-8-6.
4. Mebu, V. A., & Adebisi, R. O. (2019). A review of the effects of psychoeducational intervention for the treatment of traumatized children affected by conflict. In I. S. Elemukan & A. E. Ugo (Eds), Inclusion, equality, support and sustainable development for persons with special needs (Pp 59 – 68). Jos: National Council for Exceptional Children. ISBN: 978-978-55127-1-4.
5. Adebisi, R. O., & Unegbu, J. I. (2017). Understanding autism spectrum disorders: Aetiology, diagnosis and intervention. In A. T. Abdullahi, T A. Ajobiewe, G. J. Bila & S. M. Yakwal (Eds.), Issues in special needs education. A festschrift of Professor (Sr) Theresa Abang. (Pp. 208-223). Jos: Aydee Creations. ISBN: 978-978-55780-0-4.
6. Adebisi, R. O., Okwudire, A. N. & Liman, A. N. (2016). Biomedical intervention: A best practice in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders in the 21st century. In P. I. Osuorji & I. S. Elemukan (Eds), Disciplinary advocacy: Access to disability intervention in Nigeria (Pp 113 – 123). Access Publishers. ISBN: 978-31064-2-4.
7. Adebisi, R. O., Iroham, N. S. & Bature, J. N. (2014). Employing current assessment models for success of inclusive education in Nigeria. In P. I. Osuorji & I. S. Elemukan (Eds), Access and Enablement to Persons with Disabilities, (Pp 59 – 68). Jos: National Council for Exceptional Children. ISBN: 978-31064-2-4.
8. Adebisi, R.O. & Oladejo, S.A. (2012). Autistic Spectrum Disorders: Exposing the Concept, Myths, Causes and Early Intervention Strategies. In E.D. Ozoji, I.A. Kolo & T.A. Ajobiewe (Eds.), Contemporary issues in guidance, counselling and special needs education. A book of reading in honour of Late Prof. B.A. Okeke-Oti. (Pp 59 – 74). Ibadan: Glory-Land Publishing Co. ISBN: 978-31064-3-6.
Conference Papers
1. Innovations in the new national policy on education: challenges for implementation. A National conference organized by Nigerian Primary and Tertiary Education Association of Nigeria (PATTEAN) at University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. July 27 – 31, 2009.
2. Early Childhood Assessment: Implications for Development of Responsive Readiness Skills, Child Care and Early Interventions. A National conference organized by Nigerian Primary and Tertiary Education Association of Nigeria (PATTEAN) At Federal College of Education, Yola, July, 2011.
3. A Child with Learning Disabilities and School Dropout Syndrome: Implication for Effective Instructional Adaptation in Nigeria. A National conference organized by National Centre for Exceptional Children (NCEC) at Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, 23rd – 27th August, 2010.
4. Resistance to change and problems of teaching information and communication technology (ICT) to children with learning disabilities. A National conference organized by Organized by National Centre for Exceptional Children (NCEC) at University of Uyo, July, 2013.
5. The perspectives of special education teachers on the preparedness and implementation of inclusive education in FCT Abuja. A National conference organized by Organized by National Centre for Exceptional Children (NCEC) at University of Uyo, July, 2013.
6. Biomedical intervention: A best practice in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders in the 21st century. A paper presented at the National conference organized by National Centre for Exceptional Children (NAEC) at Model Girl’s Secondary School, Rumueme, Port Harcourt, River State. August 7 – 9, 2015.
7. Techniques for motivating students with special needs in an inclusive classroom. A paper presented at 27th annual conference of Nigeria Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) at J.S. Tarka Foundation, Makurdi, Benue State, 9th – 14th November
8. Effect of vitamin – mineral levels on behaviour problems of two children with autism spectrum disorders in Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. A paper presented at 16th annual national conference of Nigerian Society for Educational Psychologists (NISEP) at Imo State University, Owerri, 26th – 29th October, 2016.
9. Assessment of vitamin-mineral status on writing tasks of children with attention deficit hyperactivity in Jos Township, Plateau state. A paper presented at 1st annual national conference of National Congress on Learning Disabilities (NCLD) at Nasarawa State University, Keffi, 24th – 28th September, 2018.
10. The place and relevance of authentic assessment in inclusive schools. A paper presented at 5th Biennial conference of SSPED at Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, 25th – 29th June, 2018.
11. Single-Subject Experimental Research Designs: Implications for Best Practice in Autism Spectrum Research and Intervention. A paper presented at the 2019 Annual National Conference of ASURI, Held at NERDC Conference Hall, Agidingbi-Ikeja, from 24th – 28th June, 2019.
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