Solve For Tomorrow 2022: Break into an expert tutorial for tech preschoolers

Tram Ho

Tutoring sessions from the teachers of the advisory board provide more background knowledge and soft skills, making a significant contribution to helping candidates successfully develop ideas and complete projects.

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The teachers are all very enthusiastic and passionate about sharing valuable knowledge

“At first, I found him to be a very gentle and friendly person, but when he entered the profession, he was very serious,” shared Bui Huyen Trang, a contestant on a team in the Top 40. Following Trang broke into a mentoring session of this team under the guidance of Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Nghia (JA Vietnam), it was easy to see the friendly but also serious atmosphere when he constantly asked questions. and point out the team’s shortcomings.

Trang revealed, although working with the teacher is quite stressful, but effective, because “there will be limitations that only highly qualified and experienced people can point out immediately, so that they can be on time.” remedial time”. Meanwhile, for candidate Nguyen Thanh Lam, ” Mentoring sessions are very necessary because through which candidates can interact with expert teachers, improve their shortcomings, strengthen their psychology as well as learn. many tips for presenting the best project” .

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The feedback of the teachers will help the project of Top40 become more complete

If the Solve for Tomorrow contestants put a lot of expectations on working sessions with experts to perfect the project in the best way, on the contrary, the teachers also found many bright spots in them. “Overall, this year’s contest has made great progress in the quality of the test. The students have invested in time as well as efforts to complete the idea,” said Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Nghia. Agreeing, Mr. Trang Hong Son, another mentor from Hoa Sen University commented: “You have good creative ideas, the project is realistic and feasible. You can combine technologies. very hot nowadays like IoT, AI,…” .

Even Mr. Phan Dinh Thai Huan (Hoa Sen University) believes that not only within the framework of the contest, many projects this year can also develop long-term in the future. Meanwhile, with expert Nguyen Trong Quan (Samsung Electronics Vietnam), the spirit of overcoming difficulties, being confident in yourself and putting your faith in the competition, etc. are commendable qualities from technology preschools.

To help the Top 40 contestants complete their projects in the best way, Solve for Tomorrow has organized various online and face-to-face mentoring sessions. It can be said that this must be a source of motivation for them to complete their journey, not only at the Solve for Tomorrow technology playground but also on the path of future development. “Supporting both thinking development and soft skills, competitions like Solve for Tomorrow will help young people who love technology to start their passion very early,” Mr. Trang Hong Son believes.

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Source : Genk