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Parents worried about increase in accidents at schools

                              Thanh Quoi A Primary School in Vinh Long province  On October 17, an eighth grader at Doan Thi Diem Secondary School in Hanoi fell from the second floor to the ground. The student tried to hold onto the banisters and ... Read More »

Parents in schools worried about increase in accidents at schools

                              Thanh Quoi A Primary School in Vinh Long province  On October 17, an eighth grader at Doan Thi Diem Secondary School in Hanoi fell from the second floor to the ground. The student tried to hold onto the banisters and lost his grip. On the ... Read More »

Parents in schools worried about increase in accidents at schools

                              Thanh Quoi A Primary School in Vinh Long province  On October 17, an eighth grader at Doan Thi Diem Secondary School in Hanoi fell from the second floor to the ground. The student tried to hold onto the banisters and lost his grip. On the ... Read More »

Int’l school Vietnam- Finland to open in HCMC

The construction of Vietnam-Finland International School will start officially in November in Ton Duc Thang University’s campus in District 7. Int’l school Vietnam- Finland to open in HCMC The “Finnish School Day” was held in two days October 28 and 29 in order to introduce parents, teachers and educational management boards to the approach of teaching and learning of Finnish ... Read More »

Getting smart about kids and smart phones

VietNamNet Bridge – After dinner, Nguyen Minh Trang, 30, allows her five-year-old daughter, nicknamed Daisy, to use her tablet for 20 minutes to learn English. Art meets tech: Readers can interact with their drawings, developing creativity and mental capacity. — File photo Not too long ago, Trang had strictly forbidden her children from using electronic devices like smart phones or ... Read More »

HCM City promotes Russian teaching as demand grows

Since Vietnam signed a free trade agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union – Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and Kyrgyzstan – the demand for skilled workers with Russian proficiency has increased.    A seminar on Russian language in Hanoi In recent years, universities in Vietnam have promoted the teaching of Russian and organized cultural exchanges to help students better understand Russia. ... Read More »

Male teachers stay the course on a difficult road

VietNamNet Bridge – Since its establishment in 1982, no female teacher has worked at a primary school in the central province of Nghe An because the working conditions are very difficult. The dedication of male teachers saves the day, Minh Duc reports. We can: A class in Tri Le Commune. The difficulties are in reaching the commune has meant that ... Read More »

Kids enjoy reading as an outdoor sport

VietNamNet Bridge – Recess at the Nghia Chanh Elementary School in Quang Ngai City is a surprisingly quiet affair, far from the usual din of students enjoying their break from classes. Students read books at the outdoor library during recess at the Nghia Chanh Elementary School, Quang Ngai City. — Photo laodong.com.vn Instead of running around all over the school ... Read More »

Experience shared to help boost Vietnamese universities’ ranking

Education experts from Australia shared their country’s experience in running universities to meet the criteria of world university ranking systems at a workshop in Hanoi on October 26. Improving research capacity is among the things Vietnamese univerisities need to do to promote their global ranking Tran Cong Phong, Director of the Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences, said tertiary education in ... Read More »

Ministry urged to improve quality of lecturers in tertiary education

VietNamNet Bridge – According to the Department of Teachers and Educational Managers, the number of university lecturers has increased but the quality has not improved.  Many lecturers don’t carry out scientific research, don’t have articles published in scientific journals, and have limited foreign language skills. The Education Quality Accreditation Center, which assessed 20 top-tier universities in 2016, found that schools ... Read More »