Ministry launches science research clubs in schools

In the framework of a seminar to develop reading culture in school and community in the northern province of Bac Giang, the Ministry of Education and Training yesterday launched science research clubs in high schools across the country.

Deputy Education Minister Nguyen Vinh Hien said that to carry the Party’s decree on a comprehensive education reform to develop students’ capability, school management board set up science research clubs to offer a playground for students’ demand of learning science and access to science methodologies as well as applying scientific products in life.

Along with expectation to develop reading culture in the community and in schools, the Ministry also encouraged establishment of more science research clubs  in schools in parallel with education reform policy.

Teachers in high schools are changing their ways of teaching and valuation of students’ capability with aims of growing students’ activeness and creativeness, and life soft skills.

By Lam Nguyen - Translated by Anh Quan

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