Lễ trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 10 – Rơi lệ trước những tấm gương vượt khó phi thường

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Tiếp thêm động lực phấn đấu – Học bổng Đọt Chuối Non 2017

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BMT – Trong 97 học sinh đặc biệt hiếu học, hiếu thảo trên 2 tỉnh Tây Nguyên được tuyển chọn trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 10, có những học sinh mang trọng bệnh hoặc khuyết tật nặng, nhưng vẫn nỗ lực theo đuổi sự học, học giỏi, và đầy nghị lực vươn lên.

97 suất học bổng và nhiều phần quà đã được trao

Suốt gần 3 tiếng đồng hồ sáng ngày 18/11/2017, hơn 1.400 đại biểu, thầy cô giáo, nhà tài trợ và học sinh đã chăm chú theo dõi buổi lễ mừng ngày Nhà giáo Việt Nam, và trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 10 trong khuôn viên thoáng rộng, rợp mát bóng cây của trường THCS Lương Thế Vinh (số 1 Tôn Đức Thắng TP Buôn Ma Thuột) Continue reading “Lễ trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 10 – Rơi lệ trước những tấm gương vượt khó phi thường”

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Tiếp thêm động lực phấn đấu – Học bổng Đọt Chuối Non 2017

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Lễ trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non lần thứ 10 – Rơi lệ trước những tấm gương vượt khó phi thường

 

Học bổng Đọt chuối non tiếp thêm động lực phấn đấu

Khi đề nghị các Sở, các Phòng Giáo dục & Đào tạo phối hợp tuyển chọn học sinh để trao học bổng Đọt Chuối Non, báo Tiền Phong luôn lưu ý tiêu chí đề cử, là những tấm gương sáng đặc biệt về hiếu học, hiếu thảo, vượt khó. Continue reading “Tiếp thêm động lực phấn đấu – Học bổng Đọt Chuối Non 2017”

Universities and students are revolutionalizing Sustainability

worldwatch_As leaders of knowledge and innovation, universities are places where sustainable futures are imagined. They are institutions where experts research emerging issues and generate new ideas. They contain multitudes of idealistic and adaptive young students who can be mobilized to protect their futures. It is only natural that some of the most progressive sustainability ideas are emerging from universities.

Universities around the world are striving to curb their wasteful tendencies as well as to foster an atmosphere that encourages environmental consciousness. Here are three areas of campus life that universities have sought to make greener:

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  1. Fostering sustainable lifestyles through transportation initiatives

One of the most pressing issues pertaining to environmental sustainability at universities is transportation. A 2011 study by Complete College America reports that 75 percent of all college students in the United States commute to campus, often traveling by car, bus, and other carbon-emitting vehicles. Overall, the transportation sector is one of the country’s highest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions.
Continue reading “Universities and students are revolutionalizing Sustainability”

Tertiary crisis: are more students’ copping out?

Last update 08:09 | 18/11/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – In Viet Nam, getting into a university has been described as a national obsession and getting admission seen as a cut-throat competition.

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Students of the Thai Nguyen Medical School in the northern province of the same name attend a class under the “Smart school” initiative aimed at reforming medical education in the country. — VNA/VNS Photo Thu Hang

However, despite getting through such a tough initiation, more students are failing to stay in college until graduation, and the steady increase in their numbers is worrying educators.

Several factors, including expulsion, dropping out, transferring and repeating courses are said to be the prime causes behind this phenomenon. Continue reading “Tertiary crisis: are more students’ copping out?”

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Đường dây nóng 086.900.0660 sẽ tiếp nhận thông tin phản ánh, kiến nghị về ô nhiễm môi trường liên tục 24/24 giờ trong ngày và 7 ngày trong tuần (bao gồm cả ngày nghỉ, ngày lễ).

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Phát hiện ô nhiễm môi trường, hãy gọi ngay: 086.900.0660

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SÁNG TẠO TRONG DẠY VÀ HỌC (cho bậc đại học)

 

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Bài chia sẻ này là kết hợp những kinh nghiệm của mình và báo cáo trong một tập huấn mà mình có được tham dự về Innovation in Learning and Teaching – Sáng tạo trong dạy và học, một điểm mà giáo dục đại học Việt Nam còn phải nỗ lực cố gắng rất nhiều.

Mình tham dự của GS Richard Felder, North Carolina State University. Giáo sư có vài chục năm kinh nghiệm về sáng tạo trong phương pháp dạy học, đặc biệt là cho khối ngành công nghệ kỹ thuật. GS Richard Felder thường được các trường đại học công nghệ hàng đầu ở Châu Á mời đến giảng dạy về phương pháp giảng dạy trong giáo dục bậc đại học.

Sáng tạo trong dạy và học là những điều cực kỳ thiết yếu không chỉ cho các giáo viên mà cho tất cả các học sinh, sinh viên. Và một trong điểm sáng tạo đó là cần phải hiểu cách học và dạy của mình ra sao – teaching and learning style của mình ra sao để phát huy và cùng hỗ trợ nhau phát triển. Continue reading “SÁNG TẠO TRONG DẠY VÀ HỌC (cho bậc đại học)”

School reforms to offer autonomy

Last update 07:20 | 11/11/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Nguyen Minh Thuyet, chief editor of the new curriculum for comprehensive education reform, talks to Giao duc Viet Nam (Vietnam Education) e-newspaper on the Ministry of Education and Training’s preparations to implement the reforms nationwide.

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How much training have teachers received on to apply the new curriculum for comprehensive education reform? Continue reading “School reforms to offer autonomy”

Education quality assurance holds key to qualified workforce: workshop

Last update 15:57 | 11/11/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – Quality assurance to uplift higher education will ensure a country has a highly qualified workforce, Assoc Prof Nantana Gajaseni, acting chairwoman of the ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance (AUN-QA), has said.

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The Viet Nam National University-HCM City. The university has the largest number of programmes assessed by the ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance. — Photo vnuhcm.edu.vn

Speaking at an international workshop in HCM City on Monday, she said quality assurance forces universities to switch to interactive instruction.

They need to change to respond to industry 4.0 due to disruptive technologies, providing learners with the skills and abilities to respond to the changes and make them creative and innovative with life-long learning competences, she explained. Continue reading “Education quality assurance holds key to qualified workforce: workshop”

Unfolding various academic mobility experiences of Southeast Asian women

Pages 1-19 | Received 19 Dec 2016, Accepted 17 Aug 2017, Published online: 08 Nov 2017

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This article draws on data from a qualitative research study undertaken with the main aim of investigating the issue of the gender dimension of the academic mobility of Southeast Asian women. Our research describes Southeast Asian women’s experiences of mobility, narrating why they choose to be mobile, how the experience of going abroad was responded to and/or rejected by their family, how they experienced life in a different country, and what evaluations they make about these experiences in personal, familial, and professional terms. The article stresses the need to improve the understanding of the factors that are still determining the chances of women to be mobile and obtain fruitful gains from these experiences. For this to be attained, the article follows through an intersectional approach to mobility, considering it is of much use as it allows to comprehend that the disadvantages associated with gender are cumulative, multi-layered, resulting from effects of several variables, including of the emotional, social, economic, and political contexts. Continue reading “Unfolding various academic mobility experiences of Southeast Asian women”

12 Inspiring STEM Books for Girls

Science, technology, engineering, and math are more important than ever, so we’ve put together a list of books to encourage girls to persevere in these subjects.
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edutopia_Representation matters: Girls do better on science tests when their textbooks include images of female scientists. And a 2017 survey by Microsoft found that girls in Europe begin to show interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields at 11 years old but lose it at around 15—and a lack of female role models is one reason for the drop in interest. Continue reading “12 Inspiring STEM Books for Girls”

Should children be allowed to ‘grow up naturally’, or shaped in certain ways?

Last update 07:30 | 07/11/2017
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Tran Thanh Huong in Hoang Mai district in Hanoi, who has a son in primary school, always encourages the boy to spend more time to relax. She thinks that he spends too much time on studying and doing homework.

The mother has a PhD and had to study hard overseas to obtain the doctorate. However, she doesn’t think that her son needs to study too hard day and night. Spending many years overseas, she saw how foreign students study, Continue reading “Should children be allowed to ‘grow up naturally’, or shaped in certain ways?”

VASS doctoral incubator ‘hatches’ 1 PhD every 1.76 days

Last update 07:20 | 04/09/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – At the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS), one teacher guides up to 44 PhD students and one PhD is produced every 1.76 days.

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MOET’s inspectors have found many problems in enrollment, training management and degree granting at VASS.

In 2015 and 2016, the academy produced 2,811 master’s degree graduates, but did not report this to MOET.

The academy was discovered as reporting the wrong number of permanent lecturers, which determines the number of students it is allowed to train. The number of associate professors in reality was 10 lower than reported. In January 2017, there were 21 professors, 174 associate professors and 258 PhDs. Continue reading “VASS doctoral incubator ‘hatches’ 1 PhD every 1.76 days”

Hong Kong university becomes World Bank consultant for Vietnamese teachers’ professional development

The Education University of Hong Kong will consult for the Vietnamese education ministry in its Enhancing Teacher Education Program

By Tuoi Tre News

November 3, 2017, 15:58 GMT+7

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Project team members meet with officials from World Bank and Vietnam’s education ministry at the World Bank Vietnam Office. Photo: EdUHK

The World Bank has appointed a Hong Kong university as a consultant for Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training on a project aimed at promoting the continuous professional development of the Vietnamese teachers.

The appointment of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) was announced after a rigorous short-listing and selection process for the Vietnamese education ministry’s Enhancing Teacher Education Program (ETEP), during which the Hong Kong institution stood out among top universities and education consultancies from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Continue reading “Hong Kong university becomes World Bank consultant for Vietnamese teachers’ professional development”

Vietnamese scholar ranked among Asia’s top scientists

She was praised for research in biofuelBy Tuoi Tre News

October 27, 2017, 15:04 GMT+7

​Vietnamese scholar ranked among Asia’s top scientists
Associate Professor and Doctor Le Kim Phung. Photo: Tuoi Tre

A female Vietnamese scholar has been named among this year’s top 100 scientists in Asia by the Singaporean magazine Asian Scientists. 

Associate Professor and Doctor Le Kim Phung, 42, vice dean of Faculty of Chemical Engineering at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, was included in the Asian Scientist 100 list for her research in producing biofuel from agricultural waste. Continue reading “Vietnamese scholar ranked among Asia’s top scientists”