   Irrelevance of education in Vietnam    (content, pedagogy, value)   Lacking of training on necessary life skill, soft...
63% graduatesfrom universitylack life skill andsoft skills
   726,000 continue in university/ college   2,800,000 continue in high school   4,900,000 continue in secondary school...
-   Disadvantaged youth living in rural and    suburban areas-   At-risk youth: street kids, kids in    orphanages, troubl...
   To bring better education and happier life for    disadvantaged and at-risk youth in Vietnam    by providing them with...
Each child has a unique talent and should have achance to explore, experiment and develop theirstrengthsEmpowering youth t...
 Introducing higher learnable moments Student-run clubs, projects and competitions
Vietnamese students who studied abroad                                          – know about new learning environmentVolun...
   In Pilot project: Focus on   ESL     Using open source ESL materials     Conversation and excercises based on “Hot- ...
Skype conversation with                          Local youth volunteer    native speakers
   Dinh Tien Hoang high schoolThe only school in Hanoi for at-risk and troubleurban youth   Da Nang: a high school with ...
In the US: running as an NGOIn Vietnam: Co-operate with local NGO, youthvolunteers, universities and call for corporatespo...
Blended distance  learning f inal
Blended distance  learning f inal
Blended distance  learning f inal
Blended distance  learning f inal
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Blended distance learning f inal

  1. 1.  Irrelevance of education in Vietnam (content, pedagogy, value) Lacking of training on necessary life skill, soft skill and career orientation No encourangement for extra curricular activities Low quality, corrupted teachers (especially in rural and public schools)
  2. 2. 63% graduatesfrom universitylack life skill andsoft skills
  3. 3.  726,000 continue in university/ college 2,800,000 continue in high school 4,900,000 continue in secondary schools 7,000,000 primary students
  4. 4. - Disadvantaged youth living in rural and suburban areas- At-risk youth: street kids, kids in orphanages, trouble kids
  5. 5.  To bring better education and happier life for disadvantaged and at-risk youth in Vietnam by providing them with free extra curriculum course instruction and career / life skills. Coverage areas include ESL, Science, Technology, Engineering, Art , and Mathematics (STEAM), entrepreneurial, and leadership instruction.
  6. 6. Each child has a unique talent and should have achance to explore, experiment and develop theirstrengthsEmpowering youth to develop theirstrengths and passions will Increase engagement in schools Increase learning motivation Develop self-esteem, leadership and necessary skills for future career
  7. 7.  Introducing higher learnable moments Student-run clubs, projects and competitions
  8. 8. Vietnamese students who studied abroad – know about new learning environmentVolunteer native speakers from the U.S.
  9. 9.  In Pilot project: Focus on ESL  Using open source ESL materials  Conversation and excercises based on “Hot- topic”, everyday situations and students’ neighborhood in Vietnam.
  10. 10. Skype conversation with Local youth volunteer native speakers
  11. 11.  Dinh Tien Hoang high schoolThe only school in Hanoi for at-risk and troubleurban youth Da Nang: a high school with at-risk students and an orphanage
  12. 12. In the US: running as an NGOIn Vietnam: Co-operate with local NGO, youthvolunteers, universities and call for corporatesponsors
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