Prof Ha Huy Khoai, a famous mathematician and educator, believes that students should learn with e-textbooks because of the open access to many people.
One year ago, Khoai revealed at a workshop that he was presiding over the compilation of a set of textbooks in mathematics for students from first to twelfth grade.
With the current way of learning, students can obtain tips to solve math questions, but they don’t have deep knowledge about the nature of problems to apply them in life.
|With the current way of learning, students can obtain tips to solve math questions, but they don’t have deep knowledge about the nature of problems to apply them in life.|
Commenting about the current mathematics curriculums, Do Duc Thai, Mathematics and Information Technology Dean of the Hanoi University of Education, Chief Editor of the new mathematics curriculum for general education, said they are so difficult that ‘only professors with relatively good qualifications can understand’.
The launch of Canh Dieu (Kites), the first set of textbooks designed in accordance with the new general education last week, has kicked off a fierce battle among textbook publishing houses.
The first set of Grade 1 textbooks written by a private team of developers was introduced on Tuesday afternoon in Hanoi.
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