Blended learning for secondary schools in Nam Dinh Province to satisfy new standards: The current situation and proposed models

Authors

  • Thi Bich Dao Pham The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences, Hanoi
  • Thi Hao Nguyen The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences, Hanoi
  • Ngoc Tu Nguyen Hanoi Pedagogical University 2, Vinh Phuc Province
  • Thi Bich Loi Phan The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences, Hanoi
  • Thi Hue Pham Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted, Nam Dinh Province
  • Thi Hong Van Nguyen The Vietnam National Institute of Educational Sciences, Hanoi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47750/jett.2022.13.05.002

Keywords:

blended learning, face-to-face learning, Viet Nam education, secondary education in Nam Dinh

Abstract

We offered blended learning models for high schools in Nam Dinh province to satisfy Vietnam's new criteria. These models were based on general approaches to issues, theoretical research, and field research based on surveys and anket questionnaires conducted throughout the area. The results of a survey demonstrate that high school teachers in Nam Dinh have gained a fundamental grasp of blended learning and have, in practice, embraced both online and face-to-face instruction, particularly during the height of the Covid-19 outbreak. However, there was not a standard model for blended learning, therefore it was only used by a few persons. In other contexts, the concept of "blended learning" referred to what was effectively a face-to-face session that was broadcast over the Internet without the necessary adjustments being made to the content, methodology, or evaluation. As a result, we offer a number of different ways to blended learning for high schools in Nam Dinh in order to improve the quality of education provided throughout the province.

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2022-12-01

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