Vietnamese students have too many things they ‘learn to forget’

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec15,2023 #students #Vietnamese
Vietnamese students have too many things they 'learn to forget' 6
Vietnamese students have too many things they 'learn to forget' 6

Seeing that children today study very hard (especially in high school) just like I did in the past, I wonder why they have to study so much?

– Mathematics: In life and in the process of working to earn money, have you ever had to calculate derivatives, differentials, integrals, find locus, prove inequalities, investigate functions… and

– History: After many years of studying, can you synthesize historical knowledge in an A4 sheet? Can you remember feudal dynasties in Vietnam, can you remember details of battles, can you

– Literature: What do you remember besides some poems, the main features of the works that we have studied, and the minor details, artistic techniques… do you still remember or have you forgotten them all?

– Physics: Some knowledge such as oscillation period, RLC circuits, nuclear physics… can you still remember or are there only a few basic concepts left, and in life have you ever had to calculate whether

– Chemistry: Since starting your job, have you ever had to balance a chemical equation? Do you still remember how to do it, read the name, or calculate the amount of substance released after a reaction?

>> ‘Vietnamese students waste 12 years of high school because they have to solve too many math problems’

So why do we have such a complex and in-depth curriculum?

Meanwhile, a person entering life school faces many difficulties: communication skills;

Why not teach students what they need instead of teaching what we have?

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