|Title:||Assessment Literacy Among Teachers of Technical And Vocational Education Training (Tvet) Centers in Region-6|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Bidyadhar Sa, (Dr)|
|Keywords:||their training back ground they had in assessment of students' learning|
|Publisher:||Addis Ababa University|
|Abstract:||The main purpose of the study was to examine teachers' training background, their perception on their training back ground they had in assessment of students' learning, the competence level of teachers in the seven standards of assessment, and teachers” perceptions about their abilities in the seven competence standards of assessment. Beside, the relationship among their background, perception and level of knowledge were investigated. To serve the purpose of the study 41 teachers available in the TI/ET centers of Region-6 form the sample of the study. To gather data from the selected sample teachers' assessment literacy questionnaire was adrninistered. To analyze the collected data, percentage, t-test, ANOVA and Pearson product moment correlation were used. The results indicated that most teachers have taken less than one course on measurement and evaluation during their college training and they believe their training was inadequate. Most of them have no in-service training and they showed low level of performance in the assessment competency test and a large majority rated their abilities as ”very good” in some assessment skills. It was also found that experienced teachers and teachers who have taken measurement and evaluation course during their college showed better overall performance than teachers who lack experience and who haven't measurement and evaluation course during their college education. However, a significant difference is not observed between teachers who believed their college training is adequate and those teachers who believed their college training to be inadequate. Based on these findings conclusion and suggestion have been drawn|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Educational Research & Development|
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