An investigation of the academic consulting competence of high school teachers in Vietnam

Authors

  • Thi Quynh Nga Le The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences
  • Huu Chau Nguyen Vietnam National University
  • Thi Phuong Hanh Vuong The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences
  • Thi Mai Mai The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences
  • Le Thach Nguyen The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47750/jett.2022.13.03.008

Keywords:

academic consulting, students, high school, teacher, satisfaction

Abstract

High school students must grapple with a host of issues and encounter difficulties when studying at schools, such as peer pressure, test anxiety, cyberbullying, unhealthy relationships, psychological distress, depression and possibly domestic issues. These obstacles create the need for academic consulting in order for high school students to develop essential skills and then solve problems. This study aims to examine the high school teachers' perceptions and the quality of academic consulting competence in the Vietnamese educational context. This study surveyed 1089 high school students and 289 teachers in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam with the 43-item questionnaire. The main results showed that academic consulting competence had been noticed and trained professionally for high school teachers. Additionally, both students and high school teachers recognized the essential role of high school teachers' academic consulting competence in educational settings.

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Published

2022-09-01