Recently, on November 17, at a seminar on digital transformation in the education sector held by the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, independent survey results clearly showed the industry’s movement in accessing and perceiving Classroom digitization activities.
Accordingly, 88% of schools in the area have a digital strategy or a plan to incorporate information technology (IT) into teaching and school management. 82% of students use digital devices safely and appropriately. In particular, the survey also shows that 78% of students improve their learning process by using IT.
To teachers, 77% said they are very confident in preparing presentations in class, 73% use IT to assess student learning outcomes, and 64% use shared resources on the Internet…
However, according to the Director of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training, Nguyen Van Hieu, the technology application in education in the city still needs to be improved. Only 4% of schools have digital devices adapted to serve disabled students; 70% of schools have sufficient bandwidth or internet speed, of which 67% have stable Internet connections. Only 42% of teachers said digital resources are linked to textbooks, and 35% of teachers use digital learning games.