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SEMINAR: EVALUATION OF SMART SCIENCE LAB CLASS PROJECT

, 20/07/2022 16:07

On 5 July 2022, Xinchao ScienceEdu, Linh Chieu Primary School coordinating with the Center for Vietnamese and Southeast Asian Studies organized seminar “Evaluation of Smart Science Lab Class Project”. The seminar had the attendance of Mr Nguyen Thai Vinh Nguyen, Head of Department of Education and Training of Thu Duc City (DoET) , Mrs Le Thi Xinh, Deputy Head of DoET of Thu Duc City, Mrs Grace Soyun Jung, project lead - CEO of Xinchao ScienceEdu, Mrs Ta Thi Tuyet Mai, Headmaster of Linh Chiểu Primary School, Dr. Nguyen Thi Phuong Mai - Dean of Faculty of Korean Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities - VNU HCM, Duong Thi My Hien M.A - Lecturer of Faculty of Korean Studies, University of Social Sciences and Humanities - HCMVNU, headmasters  of other primary schools and teachers at Linh Chieu school. The Smart Science Lab Class project lasts from late March to middle of June, aiming to bring equal educational opportunities with technological advances such as tablets, VR headsets, LMS. 

The seminar started with a presentation on the evaluation of the project, including four parts: overview, project implementation, assessment, and way forward. The objective of the Smart Science Lab Class project is to bridge the digital gap in education and bring equal learning opportunities to students. The project is sponsored by the Korean government and Samsung Electronics. The project implementation lasts for three months and takes place at Linh Chieu Primary School.
The pilot program which lasts for 8 weeks includes three classes: English class, Korean Class and Science Class using VR headsets. A classroom called “Smart Science Class” is built for students to attend all classes of the pilot program. The Smart Science Class is equipped with advanced devices such as tablets, smart TV, smart touchscreen, VR headsets. In English and Korean class, students join the class by logging in a LMS website with their student accounts. Then, under teachers’ instructions, they participate in interactive activities on tablets. In Science class using VR headsets, students have a chance to watch 360 VR videos visualizing the topic they are studying and allow them to experience immersive and realistic content. 
Presentation on project implementation delivered by representative of CVSEAS.
The project receives positive feedback from teachers and students at Linh Chieu Primary School. Results from a questionnaire indicate that most students show interest in the trial program at the Smart Science Class. They agree that the smart devices improve their knowledge acquisition and engagement in the lessons. Studying at the Smart Science Class also benefits students in many ways, such as increasing learning productivity, fostering excitement, reducing the gap between theory and reality as well as developing digital skills for students from a young age. 
A wealth of feedback and recommendations from distinguished guests and teachers were also presented at the seminar regarding the project implementation and extension in the future. Representatives from Linh Chieu School shared some good points of the project. Studying with smart devices and systems boosts their learning motivation and also helps them understand some abstract notions that are difficult to experience in real life through VR headsets. Furthermore, students have a chance to study Korean, which enhances their linguistic development. However, some problems need to be tackled to improve the project. In terms of device and system, the Internet connection should be upgraded to ensure a smooth experience with the VR headset. In terms of video content, it is necessary to create more 360 VR videos which are in line with topics in the national Science textbook.
Mrs Nguyen Tran Thu Ha, chief specialist of Grade 3, is sharing her experience at Science Class using VR 
Delivering the closing speech, Mrs Ta Thi Tuyet Mai, headmaster of Linh Chieu Primary school, noted that the project fosters technological skills for both students and teachers, helps students get access to advanced devices and content as well as increases students’ ability to retain information. She also hoped that the project would be continued not only at Linh Chieu School but also in other schools in Thu Duc City. Mr Nguyen Thai Vinh Nguyen, head of DoET of Thu Duc City highly appreciated the effort of Xinchao Science Edu. The project not only introduces new teaching methods in scientific subjects, English and Korean but those approaches could also be used in other subjects. To improve the quality in the future, curriculum should be studied in depth, especially in social sciences such as History, Geography since there are many topics to select. Financial factor is also a crucial problem needed to be further discussed with schools’ principals. In terms of orientation, DoET of Thu Duc is willing to support the project in terms of academic consulting, operation and proposal development to DoET of HCMC regarding the Korean language program in primary school. 
Mr Nguyen Thai Vinh Nguyen, Head of DoET of Thu Duc City, is delivering the closing speech.
Mrs Ta Thi Tuyet Mai, Principal of Linh Chieu Primary School, is delivering the closing speech.
Mrs Grace Soyun Jung, project leader, expressed her appreciation to leaders of the DoETs as well as all staff and teachers at Linh Chieu primary school in cooperating with the team to implement the project. She also affirmed that the company would continue to work with DoET of Thu Duc to improve the project as well as system and devices to further extend to other schools in the city. 
Mrs Grace Soyun Jung, CEO of Xinchao ScienceEdu, is delivering the closing speech.
 
 
 
 

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