Several vocational schools nationwide are now speeding up the implementation of IT in their online teaching, especially during the pandemic outbreak. Heavy investments are poured into establishing virtual workshops, digital practice equipment so that the learning – teaching process can be carried out more effectively.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training yesterday announced that it already submitted the detailed plan for the senior-high school entrance exam to HCMC People’s Committee, including the adjustment in the content of all three tests of Math, Literature, and English Language.
In response to the campaign ‘Digital transformation for lifelong learning’ held by the Ministry of Education and Training, many schools in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) this year have carried out the digital transformation process for their library, in hope of providing a new learning channel for students.
Although online learning has been gradually welcomed by students of several grades in Vietnam recently due to the Covid-19 outbreak, teaching sessions especially for primary pupils encounters various obstacles because of these children’s psychophysiological features. It is essential to form a close cooperation between schools and parents to help this group of pupils enjoy online lessons to the fullest.
As the Covid-19 pandemic is becoming more complicated, resulting in a prolonged school break for all students in Vietnam, many schools turn to the e-learning method as a sensible alternative. Network service providers, both international and domestic, are supporting this advanced learning mode by offering various platforms and tools free of charge.
Being closed for nearly two months due to the unwanted Covid-19 outbreak, schools in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) are enthusiastically turning to e-learning styles. However, this unprepared application of the new learning method has revealed various weaknesses.