|Title:||The Implementation Of Information Technology Curriculum For Outcome Based Training System In Burayu Tvet Institute|
Al Mume, Ibrahim
|Keywords:||curriculum for OBTVET status in Burayu TVET|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||The main purpose of this study was to explore the implementation of information technology curriculum for OBTVET status in Burayu TVET Institute and to suggest necessary recommendations. To investigate the observed constraints descriptive design was selected, to this end, all (6) teaching staff and 52 level II and III randomly selected students of the institute were used to fill the questionnaires. In addition to the questionnaires, interviews, FGD (focused group discussion), document review and observation had been used. Accordingly, the data obtained from different sources were analyzed using both quantitative and qualitative methods. The results obtained revealed that availability of teaching staffs in terms of educational qualification were seen being sufficient, but their experience in teaching IT in the institute is insufficient. For both levels (II and III) the turnover of trainers is being a chronic problem that cannot be overcomed by the institute itself. There is no guidance and counseling service in the institute, and hence trainees were not in a position to get help in relation to some social, economic and academic problems. Allocated financial and material resources were insufficient. Besides these constraints, the implementation of information technology curriculum had been affected by mismatch of teaching‐learning process with OBTVET requirements. This was resulted from limited awareness of the teaching staff. Oromiya TVET agency should give due attention to the teaching staff and facilitation of teaching‐learning resources as well as provision of short term training to support OBTVET practices. Moreover, the institute needs to work in collaboration with Burayu city administrators to alleviate shortage of training and demonstration equipment’s and to enhance cooperative training.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Planning & Management|
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