HO CHI MINH'S THOUGHT ON EDUCATION AND HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE FOR EDUCATION MANAGEMENT IN VIETNAM TODAY

Cao Thi Hong Tham

Abstract


Ho Chi Minh is not only a National Liberation Hero, a great man of culture, but also a teacher who used to be teacher Nguyen Tat Thanh at Duc Thanh School (1910), and Mr. Vuong in the cadres training class in Guangzhou ( 1925-1927), a literacy teacher for cadres in Pac Bo (1941), and later, he also directly taught illiteracy eradication classes, popular education classes. Ho Chi Minh's thought on education originated from that and forever became a precious heritage of the nation. In the scope of this article, the author focuses on analyzing the comprehensively educational ideology for the entire population, the educational method is learning with practice, theory associated with practice, taking learners as the center towards developing learners' competencies; thus, grasping the significance for the current educational management.

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Ho Chi Minh City, education, the entire population, comprehensive, theory, practice, capacity development

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Ho Chi Minh (2001), Full, Volume 1, National Political Publishing House, Hanoi.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v6i3.1046

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