COOPERATION IN TEACHER TRAINING BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND SCHOOLS AT CENTRAL CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CHINA) AND LESSONS FOR VIET NAM
Corresponding Author(s) : Tran Phan Hieu
UED Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities and Education,
Vol. 7 No. 5 (2017): UED JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES AND EDUCATION
Building and improving teacher’s capacity has always been regarded as a crucial factor in the success or failure of a strategy, an innovation and even an educational cause. Accordingly, Viet Nam’s Communist Party and State have always considered education and training as one of the most important national strategic policies and the future of the country. Over the past years, apart from certain achievements, a number of challenges and shortcomings have existed in education and training activities in Viet Nam; hence, the quality of teacher training has been negatively affected. One of the problems is the way of cooperation in training between teacher training institutes and schools. In this article, we present experience in the training of teachers at Central China Normal University (China) and limitations in cooperation for training teachers in Viet Nam at present whereby some solutions are proposed to be implemented in training and cooperation between Viet Nam’s pedagogical universities and schools in order to meet the requirements of the society.
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