SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAM IN HO CHI MINH CITY UNIVERSITY OF PEDAGOGY, VIETNAM

Pham Thi Le Hang

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Training management is an important function of universities, giving recommendations to the principal when developing the training development strategies; organizing training courses, recruitment; examination and assuring the quality according to the regulations of the Ministry of Education and Training. This can be considered as a "backbone" in education, which is the basis of school development. In particular, doing research and proposing solutions to improve the quality of the training programs in the school regularly are necessary. This article introduces some achievements and limitations in the Bachelor of physical education training program in Ho Chi Minh City University of Pedagogy. Consequently, some effective solutions to improve the training program are also proposed.

 

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assessment, curriculum, physical education, university of education, students

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