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Nguyen Chi Thanh High School Visits DTU

On July 17, DTU welcomed teachers from the Nguyen Chi Thanh High School in Khanh Hoa province. Dr. Tran Nhat Tan, DTU Vice-Provost, and Associate Professor Nguyen Gia Nhu, Dean of the DTU School of Computer Science, discussed the STEM education system and digital transformation.    
Dr. Ha Van Toan, Principal of the Nguyen Chi Thanh High School
Dr. Tran Nhat Tan said: “DTU has worked with Departments of Education and Training in various provinces to provide STEM education training for high schools. Additionally, DTU has been supporting high schools in organizing and judging projects for Science and Technology competitions and is always ready to assist Nguyen Chi Thanh High School in implementing STEM education. We hope that the Nguyen Chi Thanh High School teachers will gain valuable experience and come up with some new ideas to apply in their teaching.”  
STEM is an idea-based curriculum that delivers the knowledge and skills related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It enables students to apply problem-solving in everyday life and develop their creative thinking.
Souvenirs from DTU
DTU lecturers explained how to implement STEM education and digital transformation in high schools and offered to support Nguyen Chi Thanh High School in the following:
- Training students in digital and technology skills, with a focus on programming   
- Providing guidance and advice to students participating in the National Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship competition
- Conducting training courses for teachers in Programming, Information Security, and Big Data
- Offering consulting services to develop software modules to support teaching activities. 
Dr. Ha Van Toan said: “I would like to thank DTU for their warm hospitality organizing this meeting to discuss and exchange ideas. We heard about DTU through the admissions process and we were deeply impressed by its remarkable development and achievements. With the support and cooperation of DTU in promoting STEM education in high schools, we believe that our students will have more opportunity to demonstrate their talents and will then develop comprehensively. DTU offers a highly dynamic learning environment, quality education programs, and the latest facilities. We also hope that, on graduation from high school, our students will be able to continue their studies at DTU, with its ideal learning environment.”
(Media Center)