Shared beliefs may bind Tung and Thao together, but their visions differ. While Tung simply hopes the project will run smoothly in the year to come, Thao is keen to create a space where anyone is allowed to learn anything, just for fun and with no pressure. From the small city of Bac Ninh, just north of Hanoi, she hopes to reach out to a larger audience and enable kids in the countryside to have equal opportunity to learn new things. From her experience at summer camps, she also hopes to build a community through such mediums. … [Read more...] about A fun vision of learning what you please
Teaching and learning pedagogy
According to Nguyễn Bích Vượng, Director of the Centre for Microfinance and Development (M&D), the latest Phase 5 of the project, implemented from October 2019 to September this year, offered 15 vocational training courses for 350 trainees. The courses included seven main traditional handicrafts of hand embroidery, rattan and bamboo weaving, shell inlaying, pottery, wood carving, making conical hat and cooking with the participation of artisans from famous traditional handicraft villages as trainers. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS OCTOBER 31
In 2016, when GotIt!, the education platform on Apple Store and Google Play came to Vietnam to recruit specialists, he joined as a recruiter. There were 10,000 candidates, but only 2 percent of them were recruited because of insufficient English skills. … [Read more...] about What does Vietnam’s education system need?
Participants visit an exhibition of education solutions and technology products held as part of "Educational Technology Day" organised in HCM City on Wednesday by the Department of Education and Training and Microsoft. — VNS Photos Bo Xuan Hiep Nguyen Hong Tuan, director of the city’s Education Resources Information Centre, told the “Educational Technology Day” that digital transformation in education is of great importance. … [Read more...] about Education system urged to speed up digital transformation
“We weren’t totally in the dark about Vietnam. I’d already spent a few weeks researching before travelling around so I had an idea about what to expect. We anticipated a provincial vibe in Da Nang, somewhat laid-back, not a concrete jungle like the biggest cities, and we were right on with that expectation.” adds Sean. … [Read more...] about Young parents enjoy expat life in Vietnam