The bustling Education Technology (EdTech) market in Vietnam last year greatly contributed to the success of the startup community. Many foreign Edtech companies are considering Vietnam as a lucrative destination for their investments.
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.
When the education sector stood firm in opening classes this coming school year through distance learning, local governments have taken it upon themselves to help students who will be affected by the setup.
The virtual opening ceremonies of the new 2021-2022 academic year of general educational schools were held in provinces and cities across the country on September 5 due to the current complicated situation of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) yesterday held a meeting for the summary of the 2020-2021 academic year and the preparation for the new school year to all grades. The core teaching and learning content was introduced and encouraged to be transferred to students via direct teaching mode.
Vietnamese Prime Minister has requested to promote on-the-job training and guided self-study to help workers, especially those in rural areas, people with disabilities, housewives, elderly people easily access to vocational education for building learning society and their employability skill improvement.
As Covid-19 pandemic one more time marks its footprint in Vietnam in the past few days, technology has proved its effectiveness in the fierce combat against this dangerous virus. Many useful kinds of made-in-Vietnam software, hardware, and platforms are widely used so that people can do their work as usual.
To help students both brush up and consolidate knowledge, teachers have adopted different teaching methodologies to ensure completion of curriculum when schools reopened and teaching activities were normal.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) is drafting regulations on teaching material, lesson content, teaching staff, and educational facilities for distance learning. Any regions that can satisfy these requirements to ensure the learning quality can have learning result officially approved, according to Associate Prof. Dr. Nguyen Xuan Thanh, Head of the ministry's Secondary Education Department.
The main content shown in tertiary degrees issued in Vietnam from March 1, 2020 will observe Circular No.27/2019/TT-BGDDT. Accordingly, these degrees will display the educational level of the holder (bachelor, master, or doctorate), but no longer contain the training mode (full-time, part-time, distance learning, second degree).