The Factors That Influenced Trainee-teachers At E. P. College Education, Amedzofe To
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The Factors That Influenced Trainee-teachers At E. P. College Education, Amedzofe To Choose Teaching As A Career
This study was carried out at E. P. College of Education, Amedzofe, in the Volta Region. The study sought to examine the decision-making process of trainee-teachers at the College to become a teacher. A case study design was adopted using qualitative and quantitative data which was analysed using SPSS 16.0. The study sampled 527 trainee-teachers at the college for the 2016/2017 academic year. The study indicates that 41 (8%) trainees were pursuing their childhood ambitions; 40 (8%) trainees could not tell when they decided; 38 (7.2%) participants decided during primary school and 3 (0.6%) trainees conveyed the opinion that they never decided on their own. The findings therefore revealed thatDownloadViews: 3

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