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Title: THE STATE TEACHERS' PARTICIPATION IN THE PROCESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHER NATIONS AND NATIONALITIES PEOPLES ' REGION (SNNPR)
Authors: AMDE MICHALE, ENDESHAW
Advisors: Derebssa Dufera ( Dr.)
Keywords: (SNNPR
Copyright: May-2003
Date Added: 22-May-2012
Publisher: ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY
Abstract: This study investigated the relationship between nine categorized possible curriculum development areas for teachers involvement and the extent of present and desired participation on 40 item decisional statements, as well as education officials' practice of encouraging collaborative and particpative curriculum development activities . In addition, the existence of practical involvement of primary school ' teachers was also examined . Further , respondents' biographical characteristic variables such as qualification, experience nationality language acquisition were also correlated with the present and desired levels of participation. To achieve the objective of the study, 3 Zones and 2 Special Woredas ; 8 woredas ( 2 from each Zones ) and 20 primary governmental schools were selected as a sample . A questionnaire mainly made - up of close - ended with five - stage rating scale , and an average rate of participation three ( 3.00) other alternatives and open-ended items were developed to collect first hand data required to answer the basic questions raised in the chapter of this paper . It was distributed to 32 educational officers; 20 school principals and 240 teachers. A total collection of usable questionnaires were 242 in number .
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3140
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