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Abstract                 Volume:8  Issue-1  Year-2020          Original Research Articles


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Improving Students Studying Skills for the Course Adult Learning and Audio-Visual Techniques for 2nd Year RDAE Students, University of Gondar
Kefale Eniyew1, Gtsadik Melak2 and Ghiwot Abebe3
1Department of Rural development and Agricultural Extension, University of Gondar
2Department of Natural Resource Management, University of Gondar
3Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Gondar
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Abstract:

Education is important means of achieving sustainable economic development as it plays a vital role in optimal utilization of resources through development of human capital and improve their quality of life. The general objective of study was improving the studying skill of 2nd year RDAE Department students at the college of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences of University of Gondar. For this action research training were given to one section and the other section were compared without training. Data were collected from primary and secondary sources and primary data were collected in two phases before and after the intervention and the collected data were both qualitatively and quantitatively analyzed. Having and using study schedule increased from 42 to 76 students and using the study techniques of SQ3R methods of studying were practiced by 76 students after intervention with no one practice before the intervention. The major factors influencing students’ study skills were peer pressure, delay time needlessly, stress, shortage of time by other assignments and not studying at productive time. On average Training participants result of quiz out of 5% were increased by 0.29 but non participants were increased by 0.03 and the test result of participants (out of 15%) were increased by 2.1 but non participants were increased only by 0.49. Generally the result of this action research showed that there was good progress in all intervention variables identified and given action. Thus,it is recommended that training interventions and conducting other implementations mechanisms cyclically by planning and taking actions again and again for all university students focusing on first year students to be effective in their academics and build self-confidence.

Keywords: Study skills, Student, Test
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Kefale Eniyew, Gtsadik Melak and Ghiwot Abebe. 2020. Improving Students Studying Skills for the Course Adult Learning and Audio-Visual Techniques for 2nd Year RDAE Students, University of Gondar.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 8(1): 28-35
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2020.801.005