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Title: An Evaluation of the professional program of the Pre-service Primary Teacher Education in Ethiopia. - Beased on the Objectives of The Training Program.
Authors: Mulugeta, Girma
Advisors: Ato Ambaye Tsehaye
Keywords: Evaluation of the professional program
Primary Teacher Education
Copyright: Jun-1993
Date Added: 27-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the adequacy of the professional training of the pre-service primary teacher education program vis-a-vis the overall objectives and specific outcomes of the program. And a survey was conducted by taking random samples of 410 graduating students and 80 instructors from the TTIs at Dessie, Gonder, Awassa, and Nazareth. With a response rate of 75 percent, the data collected were analyse~ by utilizing appropriate statistical methods from which the following results were obtained; Statements of the overall objectives that focus on the development of prospective teachers' competencies and their ability to promote "community development" were regarded as highly relevant and important to the professional training; and that objective which proposes !' ideological training was considered as 1east important. The professional preparation was rated as “more than adequate" by both groups of respondents, in the skills of”planning”, “presentation” and “evaluation” of classroom lessons and preparation was rated as “inadequate” in dealing with “classroom management” skills no significant difference was observed between the two groups, except in the area of evalution skills.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4025
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