Hoa Sen University

Professional development

Blended Learning
In recent years, great advances in learning technologies have made it easier for lecturers to implement new e-learning practices of which blended and flipped teaching approaches seem to gain as much attention in the education industry thanks to their benefits for lecturers and students. We have summarized some of the recent research and understandings related to blended learning and the flipped classroom. To access full text: click here
Counseling skills of Academic Advisors under credit-based system
The implementation of a credit-based education system is a crucial step for Vietnamese higher education to meet global standards. This system requires students to take an active role in their studies. However, in practice, many students face challenges in determining their academic direction. Therefore, academic advisors at universities need to have the necessary counseling skills to guide students in selecting their learning style, learning process, academic subjects, study techniques, and graduation timeline based on each student’s capabilities, enabling them to maximize their potential and achieve optimal academic outcomes. To access full text: click here.
Writing learning objectives using Bloom’s taxonomy
One effective approach to course design is to start by defining the learning objectives. These are concise statements that describe what students will be able to do once they have completed the course. Learning objectives are crucial because they give students a clear purpose to guide their learning efforts, help lecturers in choosing appropriate instructional activities, and guide the assessment strategies of the lecturer. Writing good learning objectives can be challenging because they must be observable and measurable. Therefore, it is important for the lecturer to plot each objective on the taxonomy table, matching each learning objective with the appropriate...
Assessment is an integral part of instruction, as it determines whether or not the goals of education are being met. It is a both way approach, for students can know how they achieve each goal for each subject they learn and lecturers know whether their teaching method or approach is working effectively to reach learning objectives of the subject that they teach. It is, therefore, essential that lecturers learn the significance of classroom assessment, a variety of classroom assessment techniques, and student assessment so as to help them improve instruction and student learning. To access full text: click here
Active Learning
Active learning is a key aspect of the flipped classroom and can be applied to any learning environment from online to standard lectures or as a blend of these. To access full text: click here


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