Home economics education curriculum development in Vietnam Public Deposited

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  • This study was to develop a home economics curriculum at second cycle (senior high school) level for Phutho Polytechnic School. In order to do this, it was necessary to answer the following questions: 1. What are the purposes of education today? 2. What is teaching? 3. What is learning? 4. How can teachers understand students? 5. How can teachers get to know students? 6. How can teachers use knowledge about students to teach effectively? 7. What are the needs for curriculum change? 8. What are the problem areas needing change in Vietnam? 9. What is the design needed for the home economics curriculum in Vietnam? The above questions, basic to curriculum development were answered through a review of literature to determine the three-year home economics curriculum for the second cycle in Phutho Polytechnic School. This curriculum included six areas of home economics as follows: 1. Relationships. 2. Management (Includes personal and family health). 3. Textiles, Clothing and Related Arts. 4. Foods and Nutrition. 5. Housing, Home Furnishings and Household Equipment. 6. Child Development. As times change, an adequate education is necessary for the improvement of home and family living, and for the girls to solve their everyday problems. To achieve this, the following objectives were set in planning the home economics curriculum. These objectives are based on the philosophy and belief that young people in Vietnam need help in developing. 1. Recognition of opportunities for personal development through learning activities dealing with the home, the school and the community. Z. Understanding of the responsibility which makes for more satisfying family life. 3. Desire to participate in activities in the home, school, and community. 4. Judgment in making decisions or choices in personal and family living. 5. Abilities to share in activities of home economics. 6. Appreciation of the beauty to be found in everyday life. Conclusions were made by a list of recommendations for home economics program in Vietnam. 1. Home economics program should be provided for areas in the second cycle in both academic and polytechnic schools at the present time to strengthen home and family living. When facilities and personnel can be provided,boys in these schools should be included in the home economics program in order that boys and men can be formally educated to assume their share in their multiple,tasks of sons, or fatbers and husbands as well as homemakers. 2. Home economics should focus on occupational education for the working people, both for occupations in home economics and for helping other working people assume dual roles. 3. Home economics should include nursery school for early childhood education. 4. Last, home economics should provide a well-rounded program.
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