In the past two years, especially in 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected regions, including urban, rural and mountainous areas. The number of students who lack online learning equipment is negligible. Along with that, many children orphaned parents due to epidemics.
The COVID-19 epidemic is also a part of the reason why many first-graders cannot read and write fluently.
The COVID-19 pandemic brings great challenges in all three aspects: the quality of education, the lack of skills and the long-term impact on the psychology of students.
For teachers, difficulties are piling up when they have to teach remotely in the absence of equipment from both teachers and students, and at the same time overcome difficulties in income during the 2 years of the epidemic. . In fact, a series of preschool teachers have had to quit their jobs because there is no source of income from child rearing for the whole year of 2021.
And as soon as students are back at school, teachers have to take on the extra responsibility of stabilizing students’ psychology.
The challenge is very big for the Education industry in the coming time and what is the solution for the post-COVID-19 period to turn challenges into opportunities, ensuring the quality of teaching and learning.
3 guests in the discussion “Post-COVID in education” are: Mr. Nguyen Huu Do, Deputy Minister of Education and Training; Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chu Cam Tho, Head of Education Evaluation Research Department – Vietnam Institute of Educational Sciences; Teacher Nguyen Van Hoa, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Nguyen Binh Khiem Education System, Hanoi discussed and proposed solutions to better clarify the issue that is being concerned by students’ parents and the whole society. heart.
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