Relevance of "O" class curriculum in Ethiopia and its Implication for Early Childhood Care and Education Teacher Training

A Critical Review


Term Paper, 2020

26 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

This study was aimed at investigation of the relevance of O class curriculum in Ethiopia. Its implications for early childhood care and education teacher education was stressed. Descriptive survey approach was employed as a quantitative research design. Moreover, four regional states randomly selected were involved in the study. Document review was the main data gathering tool in the study. Findings from the study reveal Ethiopian O class curriculum is not relevant for young children attending the program. In light of internationally recognized child pedagogy, Ethiopian O class teaches children of age 6 all solid subjects like any grade level. Therefore, the researcher recommends Ethiopian education policy developers need to involve professionals in the area.

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Title
Relevance of "O" class curriculum in Ethiopia and its Implication for Early Childhood Care and Education Teacher Training
Subtitle
A Critical Review
Author
Year
2020
Pages
26
Catalog Number
V537321
ISBN (eBook)
9783346176172
ISBN (Book)
9783346176189
Language
English
Tags
care, teacher, review, relevance, implication, ethiopia, education, early, critical, childhood, training
Quote paper
Dereje Dakamo (Author), 2020, Relevance of "O" class curriculum in Ethiopia and its Implication for Early Childhood Care and Education Teacher Training, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/537321

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