College of Education and Behavioral Sciences (CEBS) conducted training for first year undergraduate student`s


The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences (CEBS) conducted training for first year undergraduate student’s undergraduate students on the themes of cooperative learning, modularization, and continuous assessment and study skills on Friday, November 27, 2015.


The college has been providing training on these four themes for the last three years. During the training, the concept, importance and how to make use of Cooperative Learning, Modularization, Continuous Assessment, and Study Skills are discussed. Since students are expected to use these four learning tools in their three years of stay at the university, the training is expected to minimize any possible challenges they may face while using the tools. It is also expected to avoid any prejudices they have for using the tools.


During the conclusion of the training, the College Dean, Dr. Getnet Demissie reminded the students that they should be inquisitive, open-minded and hardworking so that they can develop the required knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for life.

In addition, Dr. Getnet advised the students to use their time wisely and focus on their education to improve the quality of our education and thereby change the life of our citizens. The College of Education and Behavioral Sciences (CEBS) awarded certificate and prize for one male and one female student in each batch of the four departments who excelled in their academic performance during their stay at the College.


A total of 17 students were provided the award in front of their colleagues on November 27, 2015. During the ceremony, the Dean of the College, Dr. Getnet Demissie, indicated that the award is intended to motivate the recipients and other students to focus on their learning and improve their academic performance. Dr. Getnet also reminded the students to work cooperatively while trying to excel in their academic performance.


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