On November 11, the Ho Chi Minh Youth Center organized a Ceremony Award for "Teaching for Young Students" in 2018 for works, innovations, or teaching and learning services. Prevailing in the preliminary and final round, 4 works, the author's initiative, the group received a prize of 100 million and 10 other works received 10 million.
Typical works received the 11/11 award. photo: Duong Tam
The four works, the largest winning initiative include: Smart Light Technology 4.0 (IoT) Nguyen Huy Du (Hanoi); VEC – System of Educational Authentication with Blockchain Technology Le Yen Thanh, Lam Trung Hieu, Nguyen Lam Ngoc Bich (HCMC); The PSE device design helps children with Down syndrome to read the theme of life skills Duong Thi Thu Ha, Bui Minh Ngoc, Bui Khanh Vy (Hanoi); IOSTUDY English Online Learning Software Luc Quang Tan, Tran Duc Thang, Nguyen Thanh Luan, Pham Trung Hieu, Nguyen Anh Tuan (Lao Cai).
Nguyen Minh Triet, leader of the Union of Young Youth Unions, who heads the organizing committee of the "Young Teachers for Education" program in 2018, said works this year exceeded the amount and quality. compared to previous years. "With award winners, organizers have received more than innovative technologies, reflecting the potential of young Vietnamese intellectuals," said Triet.
As the jury leader, Dr. Nguyen Quan, the former Minister of Science and Technology this year appreciated the quality of papers and initiatives. "After three years the building has turned into a technology development trend, with many integration information technologies, AI, large data and blockade," said Quan. There is a combination of technology and reality, high performance.
The "Young Pupils for Education" program is organized by the Youth Union, the Ministry of Education and Training, the Three Newspapers and the Enterprise in the period from 2016 to 2020 to encourage and encourage members and young people. Young people under the age of 35 contribute to the renewal of education and training through works and innovations in three areas: innovation of innovative and effective teaching methods; creating and creating tools for teaching and learning; Studies in the field of educational science.
By 2016 the program will receive 267 entries, 2017 will be 329, and by 2018 the number of requests will reach 401, including a group of authors who are Vietnamese students in Korea.