Problems have arisen in mass application of online teaching in Vietnam during the social distancing time. Experts believe that the schools which first applied distance training appeared in 1870s in the US and early 1890s in the UK. In Vietnam, distance training modes were first applied in 1990s and they became more common after 2000s thanks to the internet and education market development. The appearance and popularity of internet, digitized data and software technology recently have given a strong push to the development of distance education. This mode of learning can be applied within schools, but also at other institutions and many different fields, with no limitation in boundaries, space and time. The obvious advantages of distance education and training are flexibility, convenience and economy, which satisfies the learning demand of high numbers of students at the same time. However, a lot of problems arose when Vietnam began organizing online teaching on a large scale during social distancing. The most obvious problem is the lack of facilities for online teaching and learning. Not all students and teachers have laptops or smartphones, and not all families have members with proficiency in technological skills. The problem is more serious in remote and… Read full this story
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