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Three Hanoi teachers selected for international education event

Three teachers in Hanoi have been selected to represent Vietnam to participate in the Microsoft Education Exchange 2020 scheduled to take place in Australia on March 23-26.



Nguyen Ngoc Thien Trinh from Wellspring Bilingual School, Bui Dieu Linh from Hanoi - Amsterdam High School for the Gifted and Pham Ngoc Duc from Education Management Academy were the winners at Vietnam Education Exchange 2020 organised in HCM City on January 11-12. Their projects met the criteria for co-operation, creativity, integration and promoting student voices.   

The three teachers selected to attend Microsoft Education Exchange 2020 in Australia 

Vietnam Education Exchange 2020 attracted 1,000 participants from 45 cities and provinces nationwide with 832 innovative projects.

Microsoft Education Exchange is intended to promote worldwide educational exchanges to develop innovative classroom experiences. School leaders and educators also work together to explore emerging trends in education that supports inclusive classrooms, promote collaboration and advance modern teaching and learning techniques.

Three Vietnamese teachers won prizes at the Microsoft Education Exchange held in Toronto, Canada in 2017. Dtinews

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