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TV series offers educational methods to teach children

In Uncategorized on July 30, 2010 at 11:18 am

Actor Viet Anh and little actor Hien Lam take roles of the father, Nam, and 7 year-old son, Bo. (Photo: VTV)

The favorite “My loving children” TV show that not only entertains but educates young viewers has been adapted into a 52-episode TV series by the channel 3 of the national television.  

The show was one of the most highly regarded children’s programs of 2009, aired on VTV3.

For the film every 7-minute episode contains interesting and exciting stories about Bo, 7 year-old little intelligent boy and his father, Nam, offers methods to teach children.

The series will begin broadcasting at 7.55 pm this Sunday on VTV3 and repeat on VTV1 at the same time on following Saturday.


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Green Live Day to teach kids about conservation

In Uncategorized on April 9, 2010 at 8:42 pm

Green Live Day to teach kids about conservation

QĐND – Friday, April 09, 2010, 20:56 (GMT+7)

Green Live Day will take place this Sunday and is expected to draw around 5,000 young people to get involved in environmental protection activities in HCM City.

They will experience environmentally friendly life in a green areas including a green space, a school, a house and a playground.

The event will be held by Go Green Club under the Go Green programme jointly organised by Toyota Vietnam, the National Environment Agency, and the Ministry of Education and Training.

This will also be a chance for enterprises to display their environmentally friendly products. The day will be highlighted with a community action for needy people, according to the organiser. Secondhand clothes will be renewed with environmentally friendly technology and offered to disadvantaged children.

The day intends to raise public awareness about protecting the Vietnamese environment and to help young people develop an overall view about environmental pollution and prompt behavioural change to make a greener country.

Source: VNA

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Private universities can also teach law and journalism: education ministry

In Uncategorized on March 24, 2010 at 5:11 am

Non-public universities are not banned from offering courses in pedagogy, law and journalism, the Ministry of Education and Training has clarified in a draft circular issued on February 26.

The HCMC University of Foreign Languages and Information Technology. The education ministry has clarified that non-public universities are not banned from offering courses in pedagogy, law and journalism.

This is the second draft issued by the ministry on the topic of courses offered by colleges and universities, including masters degrees.

The latest announcement followed one made three days earlier in the first draft which said private and quasi-private universities were not allowed to offer courses in the disciplines mentioned above.

The first draft had provoked protest from the public, with many saying the restriction was an instance of unfair discrimination between public and non-public universities.

Deputy Minister Pham Vu Luan said that the ministry did not have policy to ban non-public universities from offering the above-mentioned courses, and that the first draft was a “technical error”.

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Kon Tum schools to teach traditional ethnic music

In Vietnam Education on December 9, 2009 at 1:34 pm

A dance performance of an ethnic group during the closing ceremony of the 2009 International Gong Festival in Gia Lai Province in November.  (Photo: SGGP)
Schools in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum will begin teaching students to play traditional music and instruments, including gongs, as part of a new project launched this year by the provincial Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism.

The program tilted “Friendly Schools – Dynamic Students,” will also teach children time-honored dances of the region along with ethnic minority folk games and stories. 

The program aims to preserve ethnic minority culture by passing along knowledge to young people in extracurricular courses at the schools.

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Schools to teach about anti-corruption battle

In Vietnam Education on December 7, 2009 at 10:21 am

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a plan to include instruction on the State’s fight against corruption in education and training curricula in the nation’s schools.

State’s fight against corruption plan will be implemented in high school, colleges and universities ( Photo: U.Phuong)

The plan aims to raise awareness of students, public employees and officials in fighting corruption to regain public confidence in the role of the Party and Government.

The plan will be implemented in high schools, colleges, universities, administrative institutions of the Party, State agencies, armed forces, and political and social organizations.

In 2011, an education program on preventing and fighting corruption will be launched on a national scale based on a review of the results of the pilot plan.

The instructional materials will focus on the causes, negative consequences of corruption and attitude of students towards corrupt officials and staff who work in the political, social and economic agencies of the Government.

In an effort to implement the plan, the Government will focus on training and improving teachers’ skills on preventing and fighting corruption.

Research will also be conducted and a database created as part of the anti-corruption education program.

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Mass media program to teach farmers about best practice

In Vietnam Health on November 14, 2009 at 10:38 am

A two-month mass media and social mobilization campaign would benefit some three million farmers and local poultry traders by providing them with key practices to prevent and control avian and human influenza, said agricultural experts recently.

Farmers and poultry traders would benefit from the campaign ( Photo: AFP)

The Department of Animal Health, part of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) this week launched a media campaign in the northern province of Ha Nam, the central province of Quang Tri and the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang.

The “Three Good Things” program features audio spots through provincial radio and commune loudspeakers, 36 billboards in high-traffic areas and 200,000 flyers.

The campaign communicates three compelling human-interest stories, which promote the “good” practices of buying and selling healthy poultry, washing hands with soap and water before and after handling poultry, and immediate reporting of sick or dead poultry to the vet or village head.

These three practices will likewise be promoted through 30 market events to be held in major trading centers.

Provincial and district animal health officers of Ha Nam, Kien Giang, and Quang Tri have been directly involved in planning and carrying out the campaign.

Also with USAID support, the Department of Animal Health and the Food and Agriculture Organization late last month launched television spots highlighting changes to Vietnam’s poultry vaccination program.

Aired on television and commune loudspeakers through December 2009 in the provinces of Hau Giang, Nam Dinh, Ninh Binh, Quang Binh and Soc Trang, these high-profile spots, featuring popular actor Han Van Tinh, will inform about four million farmers of the changes that will occur in the poultry vaccination program in their provinces.

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