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Students have ways to cheat on online exams but schools are using new methods to prevent and discover cheating.
The People's Committee in HCMC directed educational institutions to provide face-to-face teaching for students in grades 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 from January 4, 2022.
The Department of Education and Training of Thu Duc City and 21 districts proposed return to school plan for students at all grades from January 3, 2022.
The quality of online exams is in doubt as there is no effective solution that can prevent cheating on exams.
Having to study online for a long time, many students could develop eye, bone or joint problems, or mental disorders, doctors say.
“Technology plus 5K” should be the keyword for Vietnam when resuming face-to-face learning in the new normal, experts say.
The problems in online teaching in Vietnam are due mostly to the lack of a locally made technology system specifically designed for teaching online.
Video lessons made by outstanding primary school teachers identified by local education officials will be used by all primary schools in HCM City.
Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son, when answering inquiries before the National Assembly, said his ministry is promoting an overall strategy on digital transformation in the educational sector.
In a report answering National Assembly Deputies’ inquiries, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) affirmed the efficiency of online teaching and learning, and fairness in accessing learning conditions among regions.
The use of different teaching modes, including online teaching and teaching via TV, is putting pressure on teachers. Parents also have concerns about teaching quality and their children’s health.
The Government issued Resolution 127 after its September regular meeting, which says that offline teaching will resume in areas that have controlled Covid-19 and can ensure safety from October 2021.
It is estimated that there are around 10,000 students in Hanoi lacking studying equipment.
Up to 25 localities out of 63 provinces and cities reopened schools for physical studying as the COVID-19 outbreaks have been put under control.
The new academic year has begun, but both school leaders and teachers still don’t know what they need to do when teaching integrated subjects.
Children sent to grandparents' homes for summer holidays cannot return to cities to school because of travel restrictions during Covid-19.
All of the three largest mobile network operators have affirmed that they are ready to cover depressed areas with broadband as per the Prime Minister’s request to serve online teaching.
Though the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) in May released a document guiding the ordering of teacher production as stipulated in Decree 116/2020, localities are reluctant to comply, even though the enrollment season is nearly over.
Education experts warn that teachers will be sure of failure if they use in-person teaching methods for online teaching for first graders.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) plans to adjust the school curricula amid the conditions of the pandemic.