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University of Technology and Education held workshop “UTE towards education 4.0”

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On the Friday morning, November 22 at University of Technology and Education, there was a workshop with the theme "UTE towards education 4.0" (University of Technology and Education towards Education 4.0). This is a series of activities within the framework of the EMVITET project "Strengthening the capacity of Vietnamese lecturers towards education 4.0" under the Eramus + program between University of Technology and Education (UTE) - The University of Danang and The University of HAMK, Finland

Opening remarks of the workshop, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vo Trung Hung - Vice Rector, Head of the project executive board emphasized the importance of education 4.0 as well as the challenges posed by the industrial revolution 4.0, which requires universities in Vietnam, and teachers in the new trend are forced to change, actively approach digital technology and be flexible in teaching methods. 

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vo Trung Hung - Vice Rector
Head of the Project Steering Committee speaks at workshop “UTE towards education 4.0”
Finland is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe with a population of less than 6 million, but Finnish education is ranked top in the world and consistently concept at the top of international surveys conducted by the Program. International Student Assessment (PISA) has been in place since 2000. Finnish education is completely free and has no of private tutoring. The Finnish education motto is to want the school to be a paradise for children, where students enjoy a fair education, urban and rural students all enjoy an equal education. Teachers from primary school in Finland must have at least a master's degree, enjoy high salaries and be respected by society. In particular, the selection of teachers is done rigorously from the input, so the education sector does not need to check, classify or supervise teachers. The quality of teachers is one of the essence of the Finnish education system.

At the workshop, Ph.D. Nguyen Thi Hai Van shared about the experiences of education 4.0 in Finland with the report "Education 4.0 - experiences from Finland" and then, PhD. Hoang Thi My Le presented the report "Teaching numbers in Education 4.0". Lecturers participating in the Emvitet project directly manipulated how to use digital technology to enrich lessons. MSc. Nguyen Van Phat also has a report on "Instructions for using software to compile video lectures". The sharing of lecturers participating in the project has received a lot of exchanges, discussions and concerns from lecturers in the University. These are the first positive steps towards Education 4.0 of the University of Technology and Education.


Some more photos at the workshop:

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Dr. Nguyen Thi Hai Van reports "Education 4.0 - experience from Finland"

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Dr. Hoang Thi My Le presents the report "Teaching numbers in Education 4.0"

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MSc. Nguyen Van Phat reports "Instructions for using software to compile video lectures"

(Hải Vân)

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