On the afternoon of November 16, Ms. Ngo Thi Minh, Deputy Minister of Education and Training, met with the outstanding teachers participating in the “Sharing with Teachers” program in 2023.
At the meeting, many teachers expressed their ideas and aspirations to make teaching in remote areas less difficult and difficult for their children to attend school.
After working as a teacher for nearly 33 years, Ms. Nguyen Thi Nga (An Quang Primary School, An Lao District, Binh Dinh Province) said that the most difficult thing for ethnic children is the Vietnamese language barrier. Therefore, teachers here always try to help students learn and use Vietnamese effectively.
Sharing her best wishes on Vietnamese Teachers’ Day on November 20, Ms. Nga only wants all levels, branches and leaders of the Ministry of Education and Training to pay more attention to teaching in remote areas, so that ethnic children can advance with knowledge. To be capable. of children in lowland areas.
As the general teacher in charge of the team, every day teacher Nguyen Thi Thuy Van (Tan Thanh Secondary School, Dong Xoi City, Binh Phuoc Province) is close and in touch with the students to understand their thoughts and aspirations.
Ms. Wan felt that in addition to many difficulties in material life, students also suffered in life as well as in learning and education due to their parents’ early divorce and unhappy family life.
Ms Wan emotionally expressed her wish that in the digital age, in addition to strengthening digital skills for children, it is necessary to strengthen life skills education to connect with students, connect with student teachers and teachers. Both students and their parents should imbibe the modern technology and not lose human-to-human affection.
Speaking at the meeting, Ms. Ngo Thi Minh highly appreciated the “Sharing with Teachers” program initiative by the Central Vietnam Youth Union, the Ministry of Education and Training, the Ethnic Minority Committee and the Joint Stock Company. Thien Long’s organization group has chosen 58 outstanding teachers to be honored in 2023.
The Deputy Minister remarked that the 58 teachers honored today have overcome many obstacles and difficulties for being dedicated to their profession, loving and sharing “for their dear juniors”, and for their dedication to their students. There are shining examples.
He hopes that teachers will work hard to create happy and safe schools for students, so that children going to school do not suffer from the negative effects of society such as school violence, food poisoning or electronic cigarettes, schools should ensure health for children. . ,
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