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Statistical Computing by Dr Nduka Wonu - datarmatics

Statistical Computing by Dr Nduka Wonu


About the Instructor – Dr. Nduka Wonu

Dr Nduka Wonu, fondly known as Von Don is the CEO/Founder of Datarmatics Integrated Services Limited(DISL). He obtained his Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Mathematics (Pure & Applied option),
Master of Science (M.Sc ) in Statistics and another M.Sc in Applied Geophysics respectively. He ventured into the discipline of Education, bagging a Postgraduate Diploma in Education(PDE), a Master of Education (M.Ed) and a Doctorate (Ph.D) in Mathematics Education respectively.

Don is an experienced teacher, author and researcher/journal editor with a unique competence in the application of statistical software packages (SPSS, Eviews, Minitab, Gretl, R, Scientific-Python, etc) in statistical computing and modelling to solve real-life problems. He has participated and presented scholarly papers related to Mathematics Education and Educational Technology in both national and international conferences, and has published some books and several quality articles in both local and foreign journals.

Dr. Wonu is also a certified teacher (TRCN) and lecturer at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He has vast practical experience in Instructional Model Development (IMD) and has been involved in instructional delivery and teacher training. He has practical experience with NGOs where he has been involved in curriculum design, IMD, training, and supervision of the classroom implementation of the Mathematics curriculum at the secondary school level. He is married and blessed with children.

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