Looking in to Our Classrooms: Implementation of Active Learning Methods in Primary Schools


Authors : Seid Dawed, Mohammed Omer

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 11 - November

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

Scribd : https://bit.ly/2SE2PZ2

This study was mainly designed to assess the understanding and implementation of active learning methods in the primary schools of south Wollo zone, Amhara Regional state, Ethiopia. Teachers, principals and supervisors were selected through availability & convenient sampling technique to give information. Data was collected through questionnaire, interview, observation & focus group discussion. A total of 305 primary school teachers who were taking summer course at Dessie College of Teachers’ Education were participated in filling questionnaire. Moreover, 10 principals, 10 teachers &4 supervisors took part in interview and focus group discussion. The type of research employed for this study was descriptive survey research. The collected data were organized, analyzed and interpreted both quantitatively using percentages and qualitatively (using narrations and descriptions). Finally, the results revealed that active learning methods are not properly implemented in the primary schools. There were various hampering factors affecting the overall implementation of ALMs. Based on the findings concluded, recommendations had been drawn to different stake holders for the effectiveness of teachers in using ALMs.

Keywords : Active Learning Methods, Primary School, Quality Education.

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