Adenle Adepeju Temitope is a lecturer at Lagos State University of Education, Oto/Ijanikin and Noforija Epe campus, specializing in Children’s Literature, Gender Studies, and Literary Memory,  She holds an M.A. in Literature from the University of Lagos, a B.A. (Ed) in English (2008), and an N.C.E. in English and Social Studies from Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. As a Fulbright Alumni (2012-2013), she participated in the Foreign Language Teaching Exchange Program. Married with children, she teaches in the Department of English at the College of Languages and Communication Arts Education (COLCAED). Currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of Lagos, Akoka Lagos.

  1. 1. Ajayi, R.A., Saula, S.A., & Aromolate, T.R (2023). Adult literacy for the empowerment of physically challenged adults in political participation in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos State. Port Harcourt Journal of Educational Studies, 8(2), 154-161.

    2. Ajayi, R.A. & Udofia, I.G. (2023). Evaluation of continuous teacher education programmes for In-Service Teachers. A case study of some selected centres in Lagos State. Journal of Science Technology and Education, II (2),266-272.

    3. Ajayi, R.A. (2023). Study objectives and content on continuous education programmes in selected study centres in Lagos State. Educational Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Studies, 13(1), 163-171.

    4. Ajayi, R.A. (2023). Management of adult education programmes for empowering unemployed youths in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Multidisciplinary Research,7(1). 137-141. (International: United States of America)

    5. Ajayi, R.A. & Saula, S.A. (2023). Factors that motivate the participation of adults In
    Functional Literacy Programmes in selected Lagos Vocational Centres.
    International Journal of Academic Pedagogical Research, 7(5). 39-44.(International: United States America)

    6. Ajayi, R.A. & Aromolate, T.R. (2023). Appropriation of adult education for academic achievement towards sustaining the rights of physically challenged students in higher institutions in Lagos state. Journal of Education and Practice, 1(3),.14-24.(International: United States of America)

    7. Ajayi, R.A. (2023). Engendering quality continuing education programmes through Information and Communication Technology. Journal of Nursery and Primary Education Instructors in Nigeria. 6(1), 89-97.

    8. Ajayi, R.A. & Okebiorun, J.O. (2022). Expanding the frontiers of human capital development through continuing education programmes. Unilorin Journal of Lifelong Education 6(1), 91-101.

    9. Saula, S.A. & Ajayi, R.A. (2021). Engendering the use of indigenous languages in
    teaching literacy skills for adult learners in some communities in Badagry Local Government Area: Journal of School of Languages. Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, 2(5), 219-227.