This edited collection, one of the first to be written chiefly by Vietnamese scholars, explores innovation in Vietnamese educatio...
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This edited collection, one of the first to be written chiefly by Vietnamese scholars, explores innovation in Vietnamese education under the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Vietnam is considered a booming country with its continued economic rise, and the contributors explore one of Vietnam's strategies to achieve further economic growth, which is the innovation - and modernization - of its education system.
The content is split into two parts, the first focusing on innovations in educational policy and management and the second looking at innovation in teaching theories and methods. It shows the vitality and innovation coming from developing countries like Vietnam, where necessity breeds fast adoption of education technology and development.
This insightful edited volume will help researchers in comparative education, educational development, and Asian studies understand the achievements and challenges of Vietnamese general education and higher education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Trung Tran is Professor of Mathematics Education in the University of Education, Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-UEd), Director of the Vietnam Academy for Ethnic Minorities, Hanoi, Vietnam. Professor Trung Tran's main research areas are ethnic education, educational management, public policy, and teaching methods.
Cuong Huu Nguyen is Manager of the Department of Quality Assurance and Head of the Education Research Group, Van Lang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. His research interests include higher education, educational policy, leadership and management in education, assessment and evaluation, quality assurance and accreditation, and human resource development in education.
Loc Thi My Nguyen is the founding rector of the University of Education, Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-UEd). She is the Chairperson of the Vietnam State Council for Professorship of Education. She is also president of the VNU-UEd Academic and Research Council. Her main research interests are educational management, higher education, university administration, school psychology, educational psychology, and teacher training.
Educational Innovation in Vietnam
Opportunities and Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution