tin tức về online teaching mới nhất
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.
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.
On the occasion of the new academic year 2021-2022, Minister of MIC Nguyen Manh Hung has written the following article about digital transformation in education.
According to the HCMC Department of Education and Training’s statistics on September 3, tens of thousands of students don’t have laptops or smartphones for online learning as the new school year is going to begin in the next few days.
A representative of MOET disagrees with the opinion that online teaching is not suited to first graders. The ministry said it will design a section ‘Cung em hoc lop 1’ (let’s go to first grade’).
After one year of teaching online, Vietnamese schools and teachers have become familiar with the new teaching mode.
The HCM City Education and Training Department has decided that periodic tests for summative evaluation will be implemented at school. Online tests will be accepted in cases of force majeure.
Nguyen Khoa, a fifth-grade student at Ha Huy Tap School in HCMC, has a YouTube channel where he shares his love for mathematics with other friends throughout the country.
Entering the second year of the pandemic, teachers and students across Vietnam are prepared to switch to online learning if necessary.
At 8 am May 16, Hai Phong, a 12th grader at a Hanoi high school was sitting in front of his laptop, checking the internet, camera and headphone, waiting for his turn to be interviewed for admission to the Hanoi University of Science and Technology.
Teacher Phuong's story can be considered a typical case study in addressing the question: What is digital transformation?
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Amid the recent Covid-19 resurgence, learning online via technological platforms is a radical solution for students and teachers to maintain a normal life.
Nguyen Xuan Thanh, director of the Secondary Education Department under the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) spoke about online learning and examinations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tran Hai Dang, deputy director of the Vietnam Institute of Musicology, says that many students are familiar with the western guitar, violin and piano but lack knowledge about traditional Vietnamese instruments.
Like many other countries in the region, Vietnam is seen as an attractive market for online education startups.
The representatives of many private schools in Hanoi have expressed their concern that they may go bankrupt if they are not allowed to start teaching before September 5, the official opening day of the academic year.