In his quest for career advancement, Tewodros Tefera, a 32-year-old father employed at the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, found solace and progress in his academic journey through Harambe University’s online platform. Currently employed as an accountant, it has been seven years since he earned his bachelor’s degree from Bahirdar University.

Having completed his master’s degree amidst the demands of family life, Tewodros appreciated the flexibility of blended learning. For him, the ability to learn while enjoying life’s simple pleasures was invaluable.

“I can’t afford to lose time attending physical classes due to life’s demands. I’m glad I didn’t have to endure the traditional chalk-and-board approach,” remarked Tewodros.

Blended learning, an approach combining innovative teaching techniques with digital technology, can potentially increase learners’ interest and improve teaching and learning outcomes.

Similar to Tewodros, many students in Ethiopia are increasingly…

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