Research Article of Scientific Research and Reviews
Challenges Facing Teachers Implementing Continuous Assessment: The case of Tililli General and Preparatory School
Bogale Aligaiz Agalu
Department of History, Injibara
The study investigated the challenges facing teachers’ implementing continuous assessment in the Tililli general and preparatory school with the emphasis on how these challenges influence effective teaching and learning and how a teacher deals with these challenges on a day to- day basis. For this study, a qualitative research method was selected. This method seeks to understand the diversified underlying challenges, understanding and experiences of the teacher in this study. In order to achieve this method, data collection instruments such as the questionnaire would be used to obtain reliable data, a pilot test and follow-up interviews were utilized. All teachers age, gender, name of subject and grade who teaches, teaching experience, professional qualification or whether they were permanent or temporary, local or foreign was included that participated in filled questionnaire and interview. All teachers recommended that the education should support teachers in implementing the continuous assessment by motivating them. The department should outsource trainers to train teachers.
Keywords: Challenges, Implementation, Continuous Assessment
How to cite this article:
Bogale Aligaiz Agalu. Challenges Facing Teachers Implementing Continuous Assessment: The case of Tililli General and Preparatory School.Scientific Research and Reviews, 2021, 14:125
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