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Title: The Availablity And Utilization Of Instructional Materials On Some Selected Tvet Colleges Of Addis Ababa City Adminstration
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Ato Mulugeta Tsegay (PhD),
Asmelash Sisay, Sisay
Keywords: major ones. Teachers in the selected TVET college’s
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: This study investigating the availability and utilization of IMs in selected TVET college of Addis Ababa city. The study sample contain 3 TVET institution deans, 57 trainers of TVET , 3 workshop center coordinators, 3 librarians and 200 trainees. 100 from level 1, 2, &3 and 100 from 4&5 by using random sample and purposive sampling techniques. All in all 263 respondents were selected from all sample TVETs. In order to attain the objective of the study a descriptive survey method was employed. Questionnaire, interview, and observation checklist were used as data collection instruments. The data collected were analyses using percentage and descriptive statements. The finding revealed that there is a great deficiency in the availability and utilization of instructional materials use to different factories. most were not properly used the materials in the training of in their respected departments. A number of factories for a low availability and utilization of IMs were identified among which lack of budget, lack of training and low support from Deans and concerned bodies stand out as a major ones. Teachers in the selected TVET college’s were not properly used the material needed in the training of their fields. The less availability and the deficiency in the use of IMs led to less effectiveness of training process. Finally, the researcher offers recommendations pertaining to the provision of IMs and the utilization of such IMs by teachers of TVET School.
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