|Title:||Challenges In The Implementation Of Outcome Based Instruction In Cooperatives The Case Of Ardaita Agricultural Technical Vocational Education And Training College.|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Abraha Asfaw (Ato)|
|Keywords:||and phrases: competence;outcome based, cooperative;and Instruction|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||The main purpose of this study was to assess the challenges in the implementation of outcome based instruction in cooperatives and suggest the necessary recommendations in Ardaita Agricultural TVET college. Descriptive survey method was used to identify the challenges To this end, 48 teaching staff and 182 graduating class students of the colleges were selected using random sampling. In addition to the questionnaires, interviews, FGD, document review and observation had been used. Accordingly, the data obtained from different sources were analyzed using both quantitative and qualitative methods. The result obtained revealed that experience, levels and educational qualification were seen sufficient their number was not matched with the number of learners. Training should focus on new employees and level C instructors . Similarly, there was no any officer to facilitate guidance and counseling service in the college. Employed budget allocation and physical resources were insufficient. Besides, Outcome based instruction had been affected by mismatch of teaching‐learning process. Furthermore lack of understanding about outcome based instruction of students leads them not to accomplish their responsibility. Finally, the allocated time for each unit of competence was not enough for learners to accomplish the performance and demonstrate satisfactorily. However, in solving forgone problems existing teaching staff commitment in combination with their educational achievement and circumstances of the management in the college observed as a good opportunity to face the challenges enhance implementation of outcome based instruction. Therefore, Ministry of Agriculture should give due attention on supplying and facilitating of teaching‐learning resources as well as provision of short term training to support teaching learning processes. Moreover, the college needs to do in collaboration. with Ministry of Agriculture to alleviate shortage of demonstration equipment and to enhance cooperative training.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Planning & Management|
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