Mr. Nguyen Bao Quoc, deputy director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training, said, Starting from the digital transformation project of the Ministry of Education and Training, from now to 2025, high schools will spend 10% of the program on teaching. In the form of e-learning.
Ho Chi Minh City has its particularity when the access to the technology of teachers and students is quite fast, so the department has decided to increase this rate to 35% in the next school year.
However, this is not that schools will cut 35% of the lessons for online teaching, but 35% of lectures using LMS solutions. The teachers still usually teach but spend at least 35% of the lecture volume delivered through the LMS for students to learn independently.
After the recent epidemic, the Ho Chi Minh Department of Education and Training realized that if digital transformation is not promoted, the golden time will be missed because teachers and students have had time to get acquainted and effectively use the LMS system.
In the 2022-2023 school year, the Department of Education and Training will complete the construction of a city education map, build a digital platform, and teach online to combine teaching activities with testing, assessment, online exams, and online recruiting…
We will also promote the digitalization of electronic materials and develop electronic textbooks, e-books, and lectures – online lessons closely follow the 2018 general education program, thereby expanding and sharing for everyday use by schools.
Source of the youth newspaper