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Recruitment Announcement For Foreign Teachers Teaching English, Recruited From Overseas
English Language Teachers at VFIS will have the opportunity to set the tone for learning for the rest of a student’s life. While adhering to the core curriculum required by the academic team, you will enjoy the large autonomy to find creative, engaging ways to teach and support students and class teachers.
Recruitment Announcement For Foreign Teachers Teaching English, Recruited At Viet Nam
Vietnam - Finland International school (VFIS), part of Ton Duc Thang University, located in Ho Ch
How does Finnish education prepare students for an uncertain future?
That was the topic of the Workshop organized by Vietnam-Finland International School (VFIS) on 6 April morning in 2019.
Finnish National Agency for Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland awarded Certificate of Curriculum to Vietnam-Finland International School
Currently, Vietnam - Finland International School is about to be completed and ready to welcome students and parents to visit on the upcoming April 20, 2019.
How to prepare your child for Grade 1
The workshop was presented by Ms. Annina Autio - a VFIS teacher with over 15 years of experience in teaching preschools and primary schools in Finland and Asian countries.

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Forward-looking curriculum

Forward-looking curriculum

VFIS’s educational programmes are designed to prepare pupils for lifetime success, not only equipping them with foundation knowledge, but also nourishing essential skills for future working life and nurturing good human characteristics. The school’s curriculum adopts the quintessences of Finnish education in adaptation with Vietnamese context while reflecting globally recognised trends and practices.

Research-oriented pedagogy

Research-oriented pedagogy

Research-proven educational practices is the hallmark of teaching, learning and other school operational activities. Led by Vietnamese and Finnish educators of high research profile and extensive teaching experiences, VFIS’s teaching and academic groups play the key role in implementing quality educational activities. New teaching and learning methods are frequently experimented, researched and then adopted if successful. Even recession and meal plans are developed based on science-based implications.

Human-driven living community

Human-driven living community

Education is ultimately for human growth and development, both children’s and adults’.  At VFIS, each pupil is guided to achieve academic success based on their individual study plan while teachers are encouraged and offered to participate in both personal and professional learning programmes. While respect to each invididual differences matters, collaboration and support are performed throughout the whole school towards a cohesive and well-connected community. Equally important, good well-being for every school member is cared for.

Purposeful and comfortable learning facilities

Purposeful and comfortable learning facilities

VFIS is proud of its superior, spacious and flexible teaching, learning space and other school facilities to provide the optimal academic experiences. Its infrastructure features Finnish smart design for living and learning convenience. All standard classrooms, multifunctional rooms, library, playground and sports areas are fully equipped with teaching aids and equipments for both academic and/or recreational purposes.

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Facilities and Learning Environment

Finnish Education

A very Finnish Education

Compared to other counterparts in the world, Finnish students start school later in life. Go home earlier each day, and do less homework. So what makes Finnish Education system one of the finest in the world?

Does it all come down to one simple but powerful concept: trust?

Source: Google for Education

What makes Finnish Education effective and fun

Finnish education has been recognized as one of the best education systems in the world. Besides being the best performing students, Finns are also one of the happiest students among all. With only 2.8 hours a week spent on homework, that is not a surprise. But is there anything else that makes Finnish kids go to school with joy?

This is Vantaa International School, where kids learning with science-based games. The game focuses on teaching players key concepts from physics and chemistry, the story starting from the beginning of matter: the Big Bang. Let’s heard about what kids really thought about the game.

Source: arcticstartup

Human of VFIS