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Many schools complain they don’t have money to organize STEM education but the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) says STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) does not always require a lot of money.

Founder of Got It wants to teach coding to Vietnamese children

One decade after founding Got It, Tran Viet Hung has set to work on a non-profit project. He wants Vietnamese children to reach success without having to study in the US, Singapore or other countries.

Students to learn robotic programming in primary school

STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education and robotic programming training have been proposed for curricula from the primary to high education level.

AI to change VN education in the future: experts

Changing the role of teachers in classrooms and upgrading the quality of lessons, AI is expected to change the face of education in the future.

Vietnam’s schools begin using AI in teaching

Many education establishments in Vietnam have been utilizing AI in school management and teaching, and have had encouraging initial achievements.

STEM education to be applied in Vietnam’s schools

General schools will have to prepare to organize STEM education, including the building of curricula, material facilities and upgrading of teaching staff.

Vietnam expects the switch in education workforce

Vietnamese teachers currently spend too much time on administrative tasks instead of focusing on teaching which restrains the country’s education sector from unleashing its potential. 

Physicist ‘lights’ the STEM education fire in Vietnam

"My wish is to develop an academy that brings science to everyone. ‘Science’ here is fun, easy to absorb, easy to learn and inspiring,” Dang Van Son, a proponent of STEM education, has said.

IT training: technology firms want to ‘hunt’, not ‘cultivate’, talent

Businesses and training establishments are blaming each other for the problems in IT human resources development. But the lack of cooperation between them is contributing to the problem. 

Is research in social sciences in Vietnam lagging behind?

VietNamNet Bridge - The number of new authors who have had articles internationally published for the first time has increased rapidly in the last five years, a survey has found.

Despite strict procedures, quality of doctoral graduates remains low

VietNamNet Bridge - The doctoral dissertation defending process in Vietnam is strict but the quality of its graduates remains low. 

Teachers, parents still confused about STEM education

Despite instructions from management agencies, many schools in HCMC say they do not have a thorough understanding of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) education.

General schools in Vietnam try STEM curricula

VietNamNet Bridge - Many STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education centers have been established in Vietnam to satisfy high demand. However, more efforts will be needed to organize STEM education in general schools.

Automatic garbage collecting machine invented by fifth grader

An automatic garbage collector invented by Nguyen Quang Dieu, a fifth grader at the Vung Tau Bilingual Primary School, was displayed at the IYRC VIETNAM.

STEM training booms but not in schools

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education was introduced for the first time in Vietnam six years ago, targeting the high-end markets in large cities and focused on robotics and coding.

STEM education sees success but faces challenges

 VietNamNet Bridge – STEM education (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is an interdisciplinary and applied approach being used at HCM City schools with effective results.

STEM should be core to education system: expert

The subjects of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have traditionally been taught as separate subjects, isolated from real-world applications. Viet Nam is now trying to change that. 

Will the new education program reduce burden on students?

VietNamNet Bridge - The general education program has created problems for students because of poor teaching methods, not an excessive workload.

STEM education experiencing growing pains in Vietnam

A research team headed by Tran Thi Huong Giang, MA, from the Vietnam Education Science Institute has discovered problems related to gender equality in textbooks used to teach STEM subjects.

STEM education can succeed at schools with poor conditions

Educators believe that STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education will be effective even at schools with poor facilities, if the schools attach importance to science subjects.