REGISTER FOR REGULAR UPDATES
DATE AND TIME
Thu, 4 Oct. 2018, 08:00
Fri, 5 Oct. 2018, 17:00
The education system in Vietnam is undergoing major reforms in its school curriculum, foreign language teaching (with a preference for English), teaching methods and teacher training. These reforms are expected to be launched in 2019.
As a result, The Department for International Trade (DIT) is offering a bespoke programme of activities in Hanoi focused on highlighting the UK’s experience and expertise in the use of education technology. The programme will focus on technology in the classroom which is inclusive, accessible and high quality and that will help to transform Vietnam’s education system.
Given the high profile of UK education, the seminar will be undertaken in partnership with Vietnam’s Ministry of Education & Training (MOET).
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Network with key officials and stakeholders.
Undertake site visits to schools and MOET.
Develop knowledge of local requirements.
Explore areas for collaboration where Vietnam can benefit, specifically on education policy and practices to improve teaching and learning.
Share UK best practice.
Dates & Locations:
Meetings with Schools & MOET: 4th October, Hanoi
Stakeholder Workshops & Q&A: 5th October, Hanoi
The programme is free to attend but delegates are responsible for airfare and accommodation costs.
Delegates should be UK-based educational suppliers to K12, including education publishers, Ed Tech digital content providers, STEM and English language training.
If you are interested in being a part of this exciting event, please contact Vu Lan Anh and Ho Phuong, DIT Vietnam for an application form and a draft programme, by 3 September 2018. All applications will be vetted for approval. Delegate profiles will be used for an event brochure to be circulated to local stakeholders in advance of the programme.
T:+84 24 3936 0524
T: +84 28 3825 1380 (ext.2232)
Alternatively, you can contact Mike Qureshi, DIT Education Team in London on email@example.com.