IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF HEALTH EDUCATION IN MULTIGRADE SCHOOLS IN VIETNAM

  • 31/03/2022
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MULTIGRADE TEACHING, WHERE A TEACHER TAKES INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR STUDENTS OF MORE THAN ONE GRADE LEVEL, HAS LONG BEEN A FEATURE OF THE PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM IN VIETNAM, BUT OVER THE LAST DECADE IT HAS BEEN EXPANDED TO HELP ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION (UPE). NOW THAT UPE HAS BEEN DECLARED THE GOVERNMENT HAS TURNED ITS ATTENTION TO IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF THE PRIMARY EDUCATION PROVIDED. THIS CHAPTER REPORTS ON A STUDY CONDUCTED IN THE NORTHERN HIGHLANDS OF VIETNAM TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HEALTH TEACHING IN MULTIGRADE SCHOOLS. THIS CHAPTER FIRSTLY PRESENTS SOME BACKGROUND ON THE PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM IN VIETNAM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HEALTH EDUCATION AND THE MULTIGRADE CONTEXT. IT REVIEWS THE FINDINGS FROM MINI CASE STUDIES OF LEARNING AND TEACHING IN MULTIGRADE SCHOOLS. THESE SHOWED THAT TEACHERS WERE USING PASSIVE PEDAGOGY AND HAD AN EXCESSIVELY HEAVY WORKLOAD FROM PLANNING AND DELIVERING SEPARATE LESSONS TO EACH GRADE IN THEIR CLASSROOM AT THE SAME TIME. SECONDLY, THE CHAPTER DESCRIBES A PIECE OF ACTION RESEARCH CONDUCTED WITH TEACHERS TO IMPROVE TEACHING QUALITY AND REPORTS ON THE IMPACT OF THE INTERVENTION. FINALLY, IT DRAWS OUT SOME OF THE IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE.

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