Organizing Project Based Teaching in the Training of Math Teachers in Vietnam

Cuong Viet Tran

Abstract


Project based teaching has already been used in many countries around the world, including Vietnam. After overview research about project based teaching of some domestic and foreign authors, we suggest that the process of organizing project based teaching in the training of math teachers in Vietnam include 4 stages: Preparation; Planning the way to perform teaching projects; Performance of the project; Reporting the products and assessing the projects. In the final part of the article, we will mention the use of this form of teaching in the process of showing the methods of teaching to students of Math Education in Vietnam. The results of this experiment have shown the effectiveness of this form of teaching in the training of math teachers in pedagogical universities in Vietnam.

 

How to cite: Cuong, T. V. (2017). Organizing Project Based Teaching in the Training of Math Teachers in Vietnam. Revista  Romaneasca  pentru  Educatie  Multidimensionala,  9(2),  9-35.  DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18662/rrem/2017.0902.01  


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Project based teaching, math teachers, Vietnam

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