The aim of this attendance is to observe teaching methods for the special knowledge of morality in schools.
In Tran Cao Van Junior High School, Chairman of the Thua Thien – Hue Province People’s Committee Phan Ngoc Tho participated in the lesson about ‘Inheriting and Promoting the nation’s honorable traditions’. Despite the appearance of many strangers, students and the teacher of the class still kept the same comfortable and enjoyable pace while exchanging opinions about cherished values of the Vietnamese.
The Chairman highly appreciated the teacher’s proper teaching methods as well as novel viewpoints of the students on how to promote national values. He also delivered an in-depth explanation on the special characteristics of Hue people.
Similarly, when attending the moral lesson in Vinh Ninh Primary School about economy, Chairman Tho commented that pupils could begin practicing this by such simple yet powerful actions as carefully maintaining their own textbooks, notebooks, and stationery. He insisted that economy should be applied from childhood to form a good habit in the future.
After observing certain lessons, the Chairman spent time discussing with the School Board how to better educate morality for the young nowadays. He stated that morality training for young people must be the long-term strategic focus of all educators in the national development process, and that successful education means shaping an adult with a balance between professional knowledge and fluent positive moral habits. He then instructed that local educators should seriously evaluate current teaching methods for moral lessons to form the most suitable one for the subject.
Simultaneously, Chairman Tho inspected existing educational infrastructure of many schools like Tran Cao Van Junior High, Phu Hoa Primary, and Vinh Ninh Primary. He informed that the province is planning to establish the models of happy school, smart school, and environmentally friendly school in the area.
Understanding the current difficulties in each school, the Chairman confirmed that the local authorities always try their best to provide schools with the best infrastructure despite the limited allocated budget. However, due to this objective financial limit, schools should prioritize essential projects to directly serve the teaching-learning process in accordance with the national educational standards.