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Meaningful learning requires active teaching and learning approaches.
Thus, with a specific focus on Mathematics teaching at university in Oramia, the study aimed to: examine the extent to which active learning/student-centered approaches were implemented; assess the attitudes of university lecturers towards active-learning; investigate whether appropriate training and support have been provided for the implementation of an active learning approaches; assess the major challenges that hinder the implementation of active learning approaches; and recommend ways that could advance the use of active learning approaches in Mathematics teaching at university.
A mixed-methods design was used.
Among the six universities in the Oromia Regional State of Ethiopia, two of the newly established universities (younger than 5 years) and two of the old universities (15 years and older) were involved in the study.
A total of 84 lecturers participated in the study and completed questionnaires.
This was complemented by a qualitative approach that used observation checklists and interviews for data gathering: 16 lessons were observed while the lecturers taught their mathematics classes (two lecturer
BIRHANU MOGES ALEMU is born in SHAMBU/ EAST WELLEGA on AUGEST 16, 1965 G.C.
EXCELLENT in AMHARIC, ENGLISH and OROMIC Language.
MA in Educational Psychology from Addis Ababa University and Ph D in Psychology of Education at University of South Africa.
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