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Valued in society ...

„On average across the OECD countries and economies that participate in TALIS, only 26 % of teachers 'agree' or 'strongly agree' that their profession is valued in society. […] The systems where a majority of teachers (at least 50 %) consider that the teaching profession is valued in society are Viet Nam (92 %), Singapore (72 %), the United Arab Emirates (72 %), Korea (67 %), Kazakhstan (63 %), Alberta (Canada) (63 %), South Africa (61 %), Shanghai (China) (60 %), Finland (58 %) and Saudi Arabia (52 %).“
OECD (Hrsg.), TALIS 2018 Results. Volume II (2020), S. 77.
In Österreich sind es nur 16 %. (Quelle: OECD (Hrsg.), TALIS 2018 Results. Volume II (2020), Table II.2.1.)

PISA 2018: Schülerinnen und Schüler in Albanien, Peking, Shanghai, Jiangsu und Zhejiang (China) und Vietnam ...

PISA 2018: „Schülerinnen und Schüler in Albanien, Peking, Shanghai, Jiangsu und Zhejiang (China) und Vietnam bewerteten ihre Anstrengungen durchschnittlich mit 9 Punkten und somit im Mittel aller teilnehmenden Länder und Volkswirtschaften am höchsten.“
OECD (Hrsg.), „PISA 2018 Ergebnisse. Was Schülerinnen und Schüler wissen und können“ (2019), S. 222
Im OECD-Durchschnitt bewerteten SchülerInnen ihre Anstrengungen mit 7,6, in Österreich mit 7,1; niedriger als in Österreich war die Anstrengungsbereitschaft unter allen 78 Staaten und Volkswirtschaften, die an PISA 2018 teilnahmen, nur im Libanon

PISA 2018: Schülerinnen und Schüler in Albanien und Vietnam ...

PISA 2018: „Nur 17 % der Schülerinnen und Schüler in Albanien und 27 % der Schülerinnen und Schüler in Vietnam gaben an, dass sie sich mehr Mühe gegeben hätten, wenn der Test in ihre Note einfließen würde.“
OECD (Hrsg.), „PISA 2018 Ergebnisse. Was Schülerinnen und Schüler wissen und können“ (2019), S. 222

Education traditionally plays a crucial role in Vietnamese culture and society ...

„Education traditionally plays a crucial role in Vietnamese culture and society. It is considered as the route of advancement and almost all Vietnamese families try to ensure that their offsprings can get the required education.“

Nguyen Van Tuan u. a., „Talent Support in Vietnamese Education“. In: Győri, „International horizons of talent support II. Best practices within and without the European Union II“ (2012), S. 187

 

Vietnam: The mission of education and training ...

Vietnam: „The mission of education and training are not only to improve people‘s knowledge, to educate and train human resources, but also to foster talents so as to exploit the country‘s talent potential and provide the country with high quality labour-force.“

Nguyen Van Tuan u. a., „Talent Support in Vietnamese Education“. In: Győri, „International horizons of talent support II. Best practices within and without the European Union II“ (2012), S. 191

 

Vietnam: Almost all primary and secondary schools have at least one talent class ...

Vietnam: „Almost all primary and secondary schools have at least one talent class.“

Nguyen Van Tuan u. a., „Talent Support in Vietnamese Education“. In: Győri, „International horizons of talent support II. Best practices within and without the European Union II“ (2012), S. 193

 

In Vietnam specialized schools are established at upper secondary level for students with excellent achievements in learning to develop their talents in certain subjects ...

„In Vietnam, children with good and excellent performance are identified and selected into special classes at most primary and secondary schools (usually called specialized classes). […] Specialized schools are established at upper secondary level for students with excellent achievements in learning to develop their talents in certain subjects while assuring comprehensive general education.“

Nguyen Van Tuan u. a., „Talent Support in Vietnamese Education“. In: Győri, „International horizons of talent support II. Best practices within and without the European Union II“ (2012), S. 193f

 

Vietnam: Independent entrance examination process so as to select the gifted math students ...

Vietnam: „From the late 1980s, gifted math classes of the universities and then gifted schools around the country have conducted their independent entrance examination process so as to select the gifted math students and intensively develop their talent according to their own requirements.“

Nguyen Van Tuan u. a., „Talent Support in Vietnamese Education“. In: Győri, „International horizons of talent support II. Best practices within and without the European Union II“ (2012), S. 204f