Evaluating the curriculum of vocational schools in Vietnam
When evaluating the overall quality of a school's training system, and more especially the quality of its teaching, one of the most significant factors to evaluate is the curriculum offered by the institution. This is cross-sectional research, and the data for it was gathered through a survey of vocational schools in the Northern area of Vietnam, with particular attention paid to students' real practice time and accomplishment outcomes throughout the educational process. Five hundred seventy participants took part in this survey, including 195 lecturers, 125 technicians, and 250 graduates, among those who took part in the research. They were asked to respond to 13 questions concerning their perspectives on the curriculum at vocational schools. The results showed that students' real practice time at vocational schools is insufficient. They are only valued in specialized knowledge, extracurricular activities, and communication skills rather than in other sectors. This research has provided an overview of the existing conditions of the curriculum in Vietnam in general and in the Northern area, enabling the development of a suitable plan for developing a new curriculum in the country's northern region.
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