INNOVATION OF TRAINING METHODS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS UNDER "LEARNING CITIZEN" MODEL

Nguyen Van Hiep, Pham Ngoc Tram

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After reflecting on the situation, the paper focuses on analyzing the innovation of higher education methods to meet learners' needs under the "learning citizen" model in the context of approaching the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with many opportunities and challenges. The paper identifies that higher education innovation to meet learners' needs under the "learning citizen" model is an effective way to take care of people's spiritual and material life, which is an important contribution to build a learning society.

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university, citizen learning, social learning, university training methods

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v5i5.896

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