1. Dr Akeem Adedeji ADETUNJI is a Lecturer II in the Department of Science and Technology Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He hails from Balogun Kujenyo’s compound in Osogbo, the capital city of Osun State in Southwestern part of Nigeria. He attended Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, for his baccalaureate where he obtained B.Sc. Education (Chemistry) in the year 1997. He also obtained Master of Art in Education (Curriculum Studies (Science Option)) in 2007 and Ph.D. Education (Curriculum Studies (Science Option)) in the same University in 2012. He teaches Science Teaching Methods, Curriculum Development and Instruction courses at undergraduate level in the Department of Science and Technology Education, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He supervises undergraduate and graduate students and has published widely in some reputable national and international journals. Dr ADETUNJI is summarily a professional and certified University Teacher with License Number 29004547, a Researcher and Community Service Provider. He is a facilitator with the National Open University of Nigeria in the neighboring Osogbo Study Centre, a Consultant Chemistry Tutor and Facilitating-Partner with Jewels of Africa Foundations (JOA-foundations) which is a non-governmental organization helping to engage underprivileged youths in the underserved regions of Nigeria and Ghana under JOA-foundations-Obafemi Awolowo University JAMB-UTME Readiness initiatives. He is a member of Living Hope Development Initiative (LHDI); a non-governmental organization for human development, executing community-based programs on international funding. He is also a member, Board of Governors of Okanlawon Science Academy, Osogbo. He had facilitated in the Capacity Building Programme for Teachers under Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) in Osun State between 2009 and 2011. His area of interest is in bridging the gap between secondary school science curriculum documentation and implementation  by the classroom teachers- the pedagogical exigencies; hovering around improvement of Chemistry and Basic Science & Technology Education. Also, enhancement of curriculum and instruction in Teacher Education; gearing towards Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education with gender sensitivity.