Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Ho Chi Minh Ideologies on Educating Young Generation - and Training Solutions for Health in New Era with Digital Transformation


Leng Thi Lan, Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy, Dinh Thi Hien, Nguyen Thi Hoa, Pham Thi Huyen Trang

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V13I2.211102

Keywords: Educating Young Generation, Sport Training and Benefits, Digital Technology in Education, Digital Education, Vietnam.


Abstract

Educating the youth in developing and developed countries such as Vietnam is receiving lots of concerns from the public and government. President Ho Chi Minh, a talented leader of Vietnam and the world has emphasized so much on the youth education as they are the future generation and the owner of the nation. In the relationship between individuals and society, Ho Chi Minh requires young people to ask themselves what they have done for the country, not what the country has given them? Must educate young people to have love and responsibility for everyone. Young people must regularly practice self-criticism and serious criticism to help each other progress. Authors main use qualitative analysis, synthesis and inductive methods. We also use experiment test methods and experiences. Beside, physical exercise and sport training for students also are in a main concern, as Tuan, N.A (2017) also mentioned in Quang Binh University, many students prefer soccer and volley ball as their favorite sports to train. Through study, authors indicated traditional and modern values need to be mixed in educating young generation and need to keep good traditional values, morality with physical health training via physical exercises and sport games.

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