FACTORS AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOLDING EXPERIENCED OPERATION FOR PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL STUDENTS AT TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY

Authors

  • Hanh Ha My Trường Đại Học Tân Trào

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51453/2354-1431/2020/419

Keywords:

Influencing factors, Experimental activities, Organizational capacity, Students, Tan Trao University.

Abstract

This study is conducted to indicate the theoretical and practical basis of the influence of these factors on the development of the capacity to organize creative experience activities for students in primary education at Tan University. The results of data analysis show that the most influencing factor is student activeness; Teaching capacity, the capacity of teachers to organize experience activities. Other factors such as facilities, learning materials; time; coordination among educational forces… has also had a lesser effect.

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References

1. Ministry of Education and Training (2018), General Educational curriculum, Experimental activities and Experimental professional guidance, Hanoi.

2. Development strategy project of Tan Trao University in the period of 2018 - 2025 with an orientation to 2030.

3. Tran Khanh Duc (2014), Education and human resource development in the twenty-first century, Vietnamese Educational Publishing House.

4. Ha My Hanh (2016), Developing social activities capacity for students of pedagogical universities in the Northern mountainous region in training under credit institution, Thai Nguyen University Publishing House.

5. Circular No. 32/2018 / TT-BGDĐT, December 26th , 2018 of the Minister of the Ministry of Education and Training on the promulgation of the general education curriculum ”.

Published

2021-01-28

How to Cite

Hà Mỹ , H. (2021). FACTORS AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOLDING EXPERIENCED OPERATION FOR PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL STUDENTS AT TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY. SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY, 6(18), 77–82. https://doi.org/10.51453/2354-1431/2020/419

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Humanities and Social Sciences