MANAGEMENT OF TEACHING ACTIVITIES OF NATURAL SCIENCE IN EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION SCIENCE IN LAO CAI CITY, LAO CAI PROVINCE
Keywords:teaching natural science subjects; Managing teaching activities; educational innovation
The management of natural science teaching activities in secondary schools in Lao Cai city initially closely followed the natural science teaching program at the lower secondary level in 2018 and achieved certain results, contributing to improving the quality of life. education quality successfully implements educational reform. However, besides that, the management of natural science education activities in colleges has not well implemented the autonomy of the school in managing and organizing educational activities of natural sciences. There are still inadequacies at all stages of the management process, and the initiative of schools, professional groups, and teachers has not been promoted in the development and implementation of educational plans. The measures proposed by the author will work to overcome the above situation.
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