- Tram Ho
The outbreak of respiratory infections caused by the nCoV virus, or more commonly known as corona, is undergoing complex developments. Up to the time of writing, 28,000 cases of virus infection, including 560 deaths. In Vietnam, there are currently 12 positive cases of corona virus, and fortunately no cases have died from this virus. Although the number of cases in Vietnam is relatively modest compared to the Chinese outbreak, people still need to be especially vigilant because this is still the peak time of the epidemic.
Besides using a mask, washing hands with soap, increasing resistance … avoiding crowded crowds is also a necessary measure to limit the spread of the virus. Therefore, in the past week, although the Lunar New Year holiday has ended, many provinces and universities still let students out of school.
According to the original plan, students will leave until February 9 and return to study on February 10. However, due to the complicated situation of the epidemic, a number of provinces and universities continued to extend the holiday schedule until the end of February 16.
Knowing that absenteeism is something students like, but with such long breaks, even the most “lazy” students get bored. Strictly speaking, long absences not only affect the students’ ability to receive knowledge, but also the progress of teaching and learning of the whole school. Therefore, many students expressed their desire to return to study, despite the epidemic.
In the face of two conflicting opinions, instead of making their own decisions, the Rector of Hanoi University of Technology conducted a “referendum” in a very hi-tech way: voting online. Through the social network Facebook as well as the internal email system, after just a few hours, tens of thousands of students participated in the vote.
Hanoi University of Science and Technology organizes a “referendum” online to decide whether or not to leave the schedule
This method of receiving “4.0” student feedback has helped the school administration quickly make a decision only after one morning. By the afternoon of February 6, Hanoi University of Science and Technology announced on Facebook that the schedule would continue to be delayed until February 17, based on the wishes of 57% of students.
Although the voting method of Hanoi University of Science and Technology is not too special, it can be considered an experience lesson that other universities can study, especially in sensitive time. Thank you for the mixed opinion today.
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Source : Genk