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The purpose of STEM is to equip students with comprehensive skills to resolve their world real problems, which is necessary for their future vocational opportunity. Because of that, STEM education has been required in Vietnamese secondary and high school curricula at some bilingual and international schools. However, the majority of students at Vietnamese universities of education do not have enough strong abilities to adapt with STEM education and use it in these curricula. In this paper, we will discuss about 2 main problems: the circumstances of STEM in Vietnamese curricula and the challenges for pedagogical students to approach this integrated way with some discussions to advance the quality of pedagogy training at universities of Education in Vietnam.

 

Keywords: STEM, Vietnamese curricula, pedagogy training, challenges.

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With the opening of many opportunities to access knowledge, the education 4.0 (education in the fourth industrial revolution) age also challenges the initiative and competition of each person. The fourth industrial revolution is powered by artificial intelligence and it will transform the workplace from tasks based characteristics to the human-centered characteristics. Because of the convergence of man and machine, it will reduce the subject distance between humanities and social science as well as science and technology. This will necessarily require much more interdisciplinary teaching, research, and innovation.

Given the fourth industrial revolution, a new form of a university is emerging that does teaching, research, and service in a different manner.

Among the many discussions, innovations and general shifts in the world of learning – from school children to business executive – there are some trends that stand out:

1.    Diverse time and place.

2.    Personalized learning.

3.    Free choice.

4.    Project-based.

5.    Field experience.

6.    Data Interpretation.

7.    Exams will change completely.

8.    Student ownership.

9.    Mentoring will become more important.

This paper explores the impact of Education 4.0 on the mission of a university which is teaching, research (including innovation) and service.

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Abstract — Nowadays, with the era of digitalization and fast-growth of technology, higher education institutions became a very important place to enhance students’ competencies. These competencies however are not easily trained or taught by higher education institutions as some of the higher education institutions, especially in developing countries, are not familiar with the approach and trends to match the needs of industry 4.0 – whether it would be the skills, competencies, abilities or even experience. This paper would be revolving around the approach and trends in education, especially in higher education, to match the needs of industry 4.0 by referring to what industries look for in the current era.

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Abstract — Nowadays, with the era of digitalization and fast-growth of technology, higher education institutions became a very important place to enhance students’ competencies. These competencies however are not easily trained or taught by higher education institutions as some of the higher education institutions, especially in developing countries, are not familiar with the approach and trends to match the needs of industry 4.0 – whether it would be the skills, competencies, abilities or even experience. This paper would be revolving around the approach and trends in education, especially in higher education, to match the needs of industry 4.0 by referring to what industries look for in the current era.

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Abstract — Nowadays, with the era of digitalization and fast-growth of technology, higher education institutions became a very important place to enhance students’ competencies. These competencies however are not easily trained or taught by higher education institutions as some of the higher education institutions, especially in developing countries, are not familiar with the approach and trends to match the needs of industry 4.0 – whether it would be the skills, competencies, abilities or even experience. This paper would be revolving around the approach and trends in education, especially in higher education, to match the needs of industry 4.0 by referring to what industries look for in the current era.

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SETTING UP A VOCATIONAL EDUCATION NETWORK AND THE NEED FOR COOPERATION LINKS
IN THE INDUSTRY 4.0?

Abstract

Fourth Industrial Revolution – the new concept is formed and has a strong spread. It has been creating waves of change in all areas of economic and social life. It will create an effect on the education of countries in the world in the general and Vietnam in particular. In the face of the general trend of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Vietnam education system need to be a strong change to adapt and develop. The write presents opportunities and challenges to Vietnam's current vocational education system, some important issues to set up a vocational education network and the need for cooperation links in training in the industry 4.0?

Keywords: Industry 4.0, vocational education, international cooperation.

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SETTING UP A VOCATIONAL EDUCATION NETWORK AND THE NEED FOR COOPERATION LINKS
IN THE INDUSTRY 4.0?

Abstract

Fourth Industrial Revolution – the new concept is formed and has a strong spread. It has been creating waves of change in all areas of economic and social life. It will create an effect on the education of countries in the world in the general and Vietnam in particular. In the face of the general trend of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Vietnam education system need to be a strong change to adapt and develop. The write presents opportunities and challenges to Vietnam's current vocational education system, some important issues to set up a vocational education network and the need for cooperation links in training in the industry 4.0?

Keywords: Industry 4.0, vocational education, international cooperation.

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Semiconductor industry supported the upcoming industry 4.0, just like the steam power supported industry 1.0. All of our prediction should be based on the elementary technology continousely growing. Moore’s law show us the computing ability now allowed IoT and AI to explode.

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Semiconductor industry supported the upcoming industry 4.0, just like the steam power supported industry 1.0. All of our prediction should be based on the elementary technology continousely growing. Moore’s law show us the computing ability now allowed IoT and AI to explode.

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The era of the fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, has finally emerged. Accordingly, Industry 4.0 remains as a task for us to prepare for; to appropriately respond to the flood of changes that have been made within the past few years. Undoubtedly the education factor lies among the most important issues regarding this shift in our society. As an illustration, Germany has announced the “Industrie 4.0” strategy which not only deals with the economical aspects of the industrial change but also countermeasures that could provide an insight on what type of values the new educational system should focus on.

As a university student in South Korea, the question “Is Korea right on track?” came into my mind while looking into the policies made by the German government. Yet, there are still many aspects in which Korea must improve to follow the path of the fourth industrial revolution. Therefore, this study explores how the education field is developing with Industry 4.0- by identifying what are the educational principles and strategies valued in the new era and examining how the education trend is changing worldwide particularly focusing on the case of Germany. Furthermore, this study evaluates the current status of the Korean education system and the ways in which it could improve in the near future.

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Industry 4.0 has immensely influenced the educational system in this era. By the advent of new technologies in the industry 4.0 including Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligenc (AI), and Big data has contributed to the learning process in educational institution. Technologies has ease and break barriers of the learning process. However, on the other side human employment are starting to diminish as works are being automated by robots. This creates a challenge for educational institution to prepare their graduates with necessary skills to cope with the challenges. Inevitably, educational institution must continually adapt to the changes in response. This paper explores prominent skills required to cope with the challenges brought by industry 4.0 based on literature review and interviews by experts. The prominent skills are complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, coordinating with people, emotional intelligence, decision making, service orientation, negotiation, and cognitive flexibility. Educational institutions should emphasis on honing these skills through activities that triggers the skills. However, allocation of time, effort, and money should be considered.

Key words: Industry 4.0, skills, creativity

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Industry 4.0 has immensely influenced the educational system in this era. By the advent of new technologies in the industry 4.0 including Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligenc (AI), and Big data has contributed to the learning process in educational institution. Technologies has ease and break barriers of the learning process. However, on the other side human employment are starting to diminish as works are being automated by robots. This creates a challenge for educational institution to prepare their graduates with necessary skills to cope with the challenges. Inevitably, educational institution must continually adapt to the changes in response. This paper explores prominent skills required to cope with the challenges brought by industry 4.0 based on literature review and interviews by experts. The prominent skills are complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, coordinating with people, emotional intelligence, decision making, service orientation, negotiation, and cognitive flexibility. Educational institutions should emphasis on honing these skills through activities that triggers the skills. However, allocation of time, effort, and money should be considered.

Key words: Industry 4.0, skills, creativity

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Abstract. Indonesia is the largest archipelagic state in the world. According to data from Indonesia's statistical agency centre, it consists of 17,508 islands with the land area of ​​1,922,570 km². This situation causes Indonesia as one of the largest agricultural countries in the world. The majority of livelihoods in Indonesia is farming. Unfortunately, the harvest is not enough for consumer’s needs due to low productivity. This is due to the limitations of science and technology of farmers. In this industrial era 4.0, humans no longer compete with other humans, but also compete with machines that work quickly, smartly, and unlimited.  One of the best way to solve this problem, there need to be an educational trend that can open farmer’s mind to use technology. This study aims to create a BrightFarm android application that connecting farmers and academics. It is expected that with this application, farmers can solve their problems and exchange information to be more innovative. BrightFarm contains discussion forums, markets for buying and selling of agricultural products, and research articles. The methods are used in this study divided into two steps, BrightFarm android application making and advertise of this application. The results of this study indicate that this application can be used by farmers because convenience of internet access in Indonesia. In conclusion, BrightFarm can become an alternative solution to solve farmer’s problems and become a trend education for farmers.

 

Keyword: BrightFarm Android Application, Thecnology, Education, Farmer’s problem solution.

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Abstract: The success of Google Cardboard in the classroom is an evidence for the great change in teaching methods in education 4.0. Begins with a general introduction of possible trends in the new era of education, the second part of the article provides specific insights into the influence of technology-based education on the teaching and learning aspects, from classroom-based learning to web-based learning and technology-based teaching for people with disabilities, especially in Asian developing countries. Finally, the article emphasizes the great influence of the educational data mining (EDM) on the process of examining, evaluating student performance in future education.

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The industry 4.0 is a developing tendency in the world and it makes huge influences on most aspects of human life. The construction of 4.0 industry provides myriads of opportunities as well as challenges; in which there is the requirement for well-qualified human resources.

The aim of this report is to mention and analyses a rising trend “Experimental education” which has been applied in some developed countries in order to get awareness of students and educators. The report will take use of secondary data to give out the pros and cons of this teaching method in terms of answering how Experimental Education will help meeting the demand for human resources in the new era.

Keywords: Experimental education, human resources, 4.0 Industry

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THE INDUSTRY 4.0

THE NEW JOB'S EDUCATION TRENDS AND NEEDS FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

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The industry 4.0 – a new concept that has emerged and has the power to spread violently, it has been creating waves of change in all areas of economic and social life. It creates a great impact on the education of countries in the world in general and Vietnam in particular. In the face of the general trend of the 4.0 technology revolution in Vietnam, there needs to be a strong change to adapt and develop. The paper presents opportunities and challenges for Vietnam's current vocational education system, some important issues and the need to build a professional education network and strengthen cooperation in training.

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THE INDUSTRY 4.0
THE NEW JOB'S EDUCATION TRENDS AND NEEDS FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
The industry 4.0 - a new concept that has emerged and has the power to spread violently, it has been creating waves of change in all areas of economic and social life. It creates a great impact on the education of countries in the world in general and Vietnam in particular. In the face of the general trend of the 4.0 technology revolution in Vietnam, there needs to be a strong change to adapt and develop. The paper presents opportunities and challenges for Vietnam's current vocational education system, some important issues and the need to build a professional education network and strengthen cooperation in training.

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The human world is entering the Industry 4.0. As an inevitable rule, all nations must focus on science and technology so as not to fall out of the general development of the world. Not out of the race, young people like me must always find a way to try to learn nonstop to build human resources for industry 4.0. In the paper we describe the education trends in the Industry 4.0 with keywords like Flexible Learning revolution, e-learning, Flipped Classrooms, Learning Analytics or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) represent just few of the headlines dominating the last two decades of the education development, as well as a combination of university-industry

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The human world is entering the Industry 4.0. As an inevitable rule, all nations must focus on science and technology so as not to fall out of the general development of the world. Not out of the race, young people like me must always find a way to try to learn nonstop to build human resources for industry 4.0. In the paper, we describe the education trends in the Industry 4.0 with keywords like Flexible Learning revolution, e-learning, Flipped Classrooms, Learning Analytics or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) represent just a few of the headlines dominating the last two decades of the education development, as well as a combination of university-industry.

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The human world is entering the Industry 4.0. As an inevitable rule, all nations must focus on science and technology so as not to fall out of the general development of the world. Not out of the race, young people like me must always find a way to try to learn nonstop to build human resources for industry 4.0. In the paper, we describe the education trends in the Industry 4.0 with keywords like Flexible Learning revolution, e-learning, Flipped Classrooms, Learning Analytics or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) represent just a few of the headlines dominating the last two decades of education development, as well as a combination of university-industry education.

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Nowadays, with the era of digitalization and fast-growth of technology, higher education institutions became a very important place to enhance students’ competencies. These competencies however are not easily trained or taught by higher education institutions as some of the higher education institutions, especially in developing countries, are not familiar with the approach and trends to match the needs of industry 4.0 – whether it would be the skills, competencies, abilities or even experience. This paper would be revolving around the approach and trends in education, especially in higher education, to match the needs of industry 4.0 by referring to what industries look for in the current era.

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ABSTRACT

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HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE INDUSTRY 4.0 ESSAY

 

AN OVERVIEW

Industry 4.0 and Education in the Industry 4.0.

EDUCATION - SOCIAL CONTEXT

  • Locals impact in Education
  • Lack of necessary skills: negotiate how to talk, negotiate knowledge, etc.
  • Self-awareness issues

 

THE EDUCATION TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY 4.0

  • Offering an active learning in Young generations.
  • Concentrating on developing Self-awareness.
  • Developing 4C compass – Creativity, Collaboration, Critical thinking, Communication.
  • Making a suitable combination between Technology and Education.
  • Encouraging on stepping out of comfort-zone and beyond limited.
  • Rethinking and Preparing for the following changes in Education.

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With the opening of many opportunities to access knowledge, the education 4.0 (education in the fourth industrial revolution) age also challenges the initiative and competition of each person. The fourth industrial revolution is powered by artificial intelligence and it will transform the workplace from tasks based characteristics to the human-centered characteristics. Because of the convergence of man and machine, it will reduce the subject distance between humanities and social science as well as science and technology. This will necessarily require much more interdisciplinary teaching, research, and innovation.

Given the fourth industrial revolution, a new form of a university is emerging that does teaching, research, and service in a different manner.

Among the many discussions, innovations and general shifts in the world of learning – from school children to business executive – there are some trends that stand out:

1.    Diverse time and place.

2.    Personalized learning.

3.    Free choice.

4.    Project-based.

5.    Field experience.

6.    Data Interpretation.

7.    Exams will change completely.

8.    Student ownership.

9.    Mentoring will become more important.

This paper explores the impact of Education 4.0 on the mission of a university which is teaching, research (including innovation) and service.

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The human world is entering the Industry 4.0. As an inevitable rule, all nations must focus on science and technology so as not to fall out of the general development of the world. Not out of the race, young people like me must always find a way to try to learn nonstop to build human resources for industry 4.0. In the paper we describe the education trends in the Industry 4.0 with keywords like Flexible Learning revolution, e-learning, Flipped Classrooms, Learning Analytics or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) represent just few of the headlines dominating the last two decades of the education development, as well as a combination of university-industry education and shift in communication processes. 

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Animal husbandry is an effort to develop livestock to be taken as a result that spreads throughout the territory of Indonesia, ranging from small farms to large farms. Livestock business in Indonesia has not been able to meet sovereign farms. The aim of the education of folk farmers and the role of the government in encouraging sovereign livestock is to improve the quality of human resources, produce scientific works in the field of animal husbandry, the development of science, technology and arts and application with concepts, strategies, and solutions to local resource problems oriented towards Sustainable Development Goals. The method is carried out by means of training, carrying out coaching to the community farmers, and conducting demonstrations of the results of training and coaching. The government has an important role by supporting all forms of activities to encourage sovereign farming. A clear example of farmers education and knowledge that is still lacking is the knowledge of farmers who still use corn as a single feed and let their livestock find their own food. Almost all farmers feel free-range chickens need to be given supplements, but few have ever given supplements to their livestock. Most farmers agree that agricultural and fisheries waste is processed into native chicken feed, but most farmers have never processed the waste into animal feed. Farmers' knowledge in Sukosari village is still considered low enough in the field of feed management and processing technology. Further counseling and assistance is needed to increase the knowledge and understanding of farmers about the management of chicken feed and its processing.

Keywords: Sovereign Farms, Education, Government, Farmer.

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ABSTRACT

In the last 250 years, society has experienced four Industrial Revolutions, which have entirely changed the face of industry as we know it. We believe that the changes in industry should and must have a direct impact on the way we build the education system for today’s students.

5 I’s of Learning in Education 4.0

A learning framework is presented below which is aligned to changed habit of Gen ‘Z’ and need for an innovation producing education.

  1. IMBIBING : Internalizing basic concepts
  2. ITERATING: Practicing fundamental skills rigorously
  3. INTERPRETING : Taking facts from study and applying them to different situations with adaptive alterations
  4. INTEREST: Developing enough curiosity about a subject so as to delve deep and create further body of knowledge
  5. INNOVATING: Think differently and come up with original concepts and build innovative ideas, products and services

If your goal is to create students who can become valuable members of the workforce and independent problem solvers, educational paradigms need to be rebuilt alongside each new revolution in society.

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Industry is the part of an economy that produces material goods which are highly mechanized and automatized. We enter Industry 4.0, in which computers and automation will come together in an entirely new way, with robotics connected remotely to computer systems equipped with machine learning algorithms that can learn and control the robotics with very little input from human operators.
If we look back at how education has changed since the first industrial revolution, we might better understand the challenges for students and teachers today.

In order for this to change, we must revisit the educational paradigms, and focus on the areas that need rethinking

5 I’s of Learning in Education 4.0

A learning framework is presented below which is aligned to changed habit of Gen ‘Z’ and need for an innovation producing education.

  1. IMBIBING : Internalizing basic concepts

  1. ITERATING: Practicing fundamental skills rigorously

  2. INTERPRETING : Taking facts from study and applying them to different situations with adaptive alterations

  3. INTEREST: Developing enough curiosity about a subject so as to delve deep and create further body of knowledge

  4. INNOVATING: Think differently and come up with original concepts and build innovative ideas, products and services

 

 

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A key function of education is to produce workers for the economy, as such Industry 4.0 naturally has a profound impact on how education is being delivered and how teaching is done.” (Singapore Minister for Education Mr Ong Ye Kung). Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Education 4.0) is a complex, dialectical and exciting opportunity which can potentially transform society for the better one. The fourth industrial revolution is powered by artificial intelligence (AI), even  and it would revolutionise the workplace from tasks based characteristics to the human centred characteristics. Because of the convergence of man and machine, it would reduce the subject distance between humanities and social science as well as science and technology. Undoubtedly, this process would necessarily require much more practically interdisciplinary teaching, research and innovation. This paper explores the depth of Education 4.0 by analysing the possibilities, challenges and solutions based on the background of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. From that, the answer for the two main questions: (i) “What will make Education 4.0 possible ?” and (ii) “What should E 4.0 concentrate on?” would be made clear.  As a result, the final version of possible E 4.0 would be one of the most suitable education trends for the new digital era.

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Nowadays, we are entering industrial 4.0 age, while artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, automation are flourishing and still in the ascendant. The pace of change are incredibly increasing, according to PwC, traditional jobs as manufacturing, transport and public administration might fall by the percentage of 18%~25%. This fact indicates that our existed education system needs serious reforms, in order to keeping up with the rapidly changing world. Meanwhile, with the developement and widely use of the Internet, the indivisuation of the process of creation and innovation is growing and receiveing more and more attention. In this research, we discuss the core competencies that each individual should develope and the necessary adjustment which sholud be made in education system to help the build-up of these abilities rather than traditional subjects at school. 

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Agriculture is the most important activity to tackle the world’s poor and hunger. The increase of world population now caused an increase in demand for food which has not been balanced with the availability of food. This problem occurred because the farmer is now facing very limited land resources. This may cause shortage of cattle feed, especially during dry season. The integration of cow calf operation and oil palm plantation is a mutualism symbiosis system. Oil palm by products, mainly leaf and fronds of oil palm can be a resouces of feed for cows and the feces and urine from cows can be a fertilizer for palm plantation. Development of beef cattle based on oil palm industry increased efficiency and productivity of cow calf operation as well as oil palm plantation.

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Agriculture is the most important activity to tackle the world’s poor and hunger. The increase of world population now caused an increase in demand for food which has not been balanced with the availability of food. This problem occurred because the farmer is now facing very limited land resources. This may cause shortage of cattle feed, especially during dry season. The integration of cow calf operation and oil palm plantation is a mutualism symbiosis system. Oil palm by products, mainly leaf and fronds of oil palm can be a resouces of feed for cows and the feces and urine from cows can be a fertilizer for palm plantation. Development of beef cattle based on oil palm industry increased efficiency and productivity of cow calf operation as well as oil palm plantation.

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Agriculture is the most important activity to tackle the world’s poor and hunger. The increase of world population now caused an increase in demand for food which has not been balanced with the availability of food. This problem occurred because the farmer is now facing very limited land resources. This may cause shortage of cattle feed, especially during dry season. The integration of cow calf operation and oil palm plantation is a mutualism symbiosis system. Oil palm by products, mainly leaf and fronds of oil palm can be a resouces of feed for cows and the feces and urine from cows can be a fertilizer for palm plantation. Development of beef cattle based on oil palm industry increased efficiency and productivity of cow calf operation as well as oil palm plantation.

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Agriculture is the most important activity to tackle the world’s poor and hunger. The increase of world population now caused an increase in demand for food which has not been balanced with the availability of food. This problem occurred because the farmer is now facing very limited land resources. This may cause shortage of cattle feed, especially during dry season. The integration of cow calf operation and oil palm plantation is a mutualism symbiosis system. Oil palm by products, mainly leaf and fronds of oil palm can be a resouces of feed for cows and the feces and urine from cows can be a fertilizer for palm plantation. Development of beef cattle based on oil palm industry increased efficiency and productivity of cow calf operation as well as oil palm plantation.

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We are now living in the age of technology, why are plugged-in generations still taught as our grandparents were a hundred year ago? Teacher-centered classrooms in which teachers are still content-experts, doling out information in bite-sized pieces and students passively digest them, is a common scene in Vietnam. Although I do not claim this method is not at all effective, I doubt that it could well prepare for students to meet the workforce needs of the 21 st century. The reality is that the jobs of the future will be the ones that machines can not do, and it is fair to say anything based on rules will be automated. Thus, the business world will highly value humanized skills - the 4Cs (collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity), which are relatively challenging for conventionally taught students to acquire.

It’s essential that our educational system should shift in the student-centered approaches in which students actively construct their learning by formulating their own questions and answering them. Project-based learning (PBL) is one of them where students work collaboratively as a team on a project and while the educator’s position switches from the center of attention to being a facilitator guiding students’ learning. Students will acquire knowledge through the process of creating a real-world product. It is they who have to actively discover new information, communicate their ideas, and learn new tools and skills to achieve their goal. As a result, students develop a fuller understanding of how
the world works a sense of wonderment, good communication skills, creativity, organization skills, and eventually a sense of achievement. The role of technology is of significance since it is integrated s a tool for discovery and communication. This paper will focus on project-based and technology-rich learning's applications and its benefit to the current and future students.

Keywords: Project-based learning, technology, skills, student-centered approach.

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STEAM( Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) education has become a trend due to the importance of bringing STEAM fields knowledge to middle school and high school students. But, for such an traditional education system in Vietnam countries, STEAM Education might be very hard for both students and teachers and it also takes time to gain some beneficial results from this form of education. FABLAB is a world wide network of makerspaces for makers gathering, collaborating or joining activities in STEAM fields. By using the model and methodology of FABLAB, FABCLUB consists a makerspace and a community of high school students and teachers who have interest in STEAM fields. By providing creative and specialized extracurricular activities, a well-equipped makerspace and a professional community, FABCLUB brings STEAM education closer to high school environment. The paper gives you details of the FABCLUB, including the model, methodology and processes of FABCLUB to develop high school extracurricular activities for early exposure in STEAM fields.This paper also reviews 2 creating years of WIMP, a STEAM club of High School for the Gifted (VNU-HCMC), following the idea of FABCLUB to develop activities and makers community the school.

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Industry 4.0 has immensely influenced the educational system in this era. By the advent of new technologies in the industry 4.0 including IOT, AI, and Big data has contributed to the learning process in educational institution. Technologies has ease and break the barriers of the learning process . A new culture of learning independently is starting to emerge as materials are very easily to be accessed. However, on the other side human employment are starting to diminish as works are being automated by robots. This creates a challenge for educational institution to offer a promising future for graduates. Inevitably, educational institution must continually adapt to the changes. Students must be prepared with the neccessary skills to face the challenges in the industry 4.0. The required skills include critical thinking, creativity, problem solving, people managment, emotional intelligence, cognitive flexibility and coordination with others. These skills can be formed to students through a framework of enhancement of student activity, curicullum development, and laboratory work.Therefore, this paper aim to explore the student skill required for facing industry 4.0 method for preparation and how to achive and the challanges for geting the skill are presented.

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Abstract

Background: Substantially changing patterns of diseases and health-related risk factors means that the content and delivery of medical curricula have to change correspondingly. It is critical to prepare sufficient capacities for future health professionals to meet the growing expectations of society. This study aimed to review the changes of disease burden in Vietnam, gaps between this transition and the current medical curriculum, and discuss the implications for medical education reform in Vietnam.

Methods: Data of Vietnam in Global Burden of Diseases studies from 1990 to 2016 were extracted using Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) to measure the burden of disease. The current six-year training curriculum for medical doctors at Hanoi Medical University was also reviewed to identify the gaps.

Results: From 1990 to 2016, the burden of noncommunicable diseases was growing rapidly in contrast to the decrease of communicable diseases and malnutrition.  In addition, the raise of modifiable lifestyle-related risk factors such as smoking, alcohol use and unhealthy diet was observed. Meanwhile, in the curriculum, the amount of time for health promotion and humanities, as well as the application of evidence-based approach in prevention, treatment and management were deficit.

Conclusion: This study highlights the needs of new curricula development to adapt the change of disease burden.

Keyword: burden diseases, medical, education

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“BrightFarm” Andriod Application for Farmer’s Problem Solution in Indonesia Indira Nur Aqni and Yola Yusticia Faculty of Animal Science And Industry Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Indira.nur.a@mail.ugm.ac.id Abstract. Indonesia is the largest archipelagic state in the world. According to data from Indonesia's statistical agency centre, it consists of 17,508 islands with the land area of 1,922,570 km². This situation causes Indonesia as one of the largest agricultural countries in the world. The majority of livelihoods in Indonesia is farming. Unfortunately, the harvest is not enough for consumer’s needs due to low productivity. This is due to the limitations of science and technology of farmers. In this industrial era 4.0, humans no longer compete with other humans, but also compete with machines that work quickly, smartly, and unlimited. One of the best way to solve this problem, there need to be an educational trend that can open farmer’s mind to use technology. This study aims to create a BrightFarm android application that connecting farmers and academics. It is expected that with this application, farmers can solve their problems and exchange information to be more innovative. BrightFarm contains discussion forums, markets for buying and selling of agricultural products, and research articles. The methods are used in this study divided into two steps, BrightFarm android application making and advertise of this application. The results of this study indicate that this application can be used by farmers because convenience of internet access in Indonesia. In conclusion, BrightFarm can become an alternative solution to solve farmer’s problems and become a trend education for farmers. Keyword: BrightFarm Android Application, Thecnology, Education, Farmer’s problem solution.

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“BrightFarm” Andriod Application for Farmer’s Problem Solution in Indonesia Indira Nur Aqni and Yola Yusticia Faculty of Animal Science And Industry Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Indira.nur.a@mail.ugm.ac.id Abstract. Indonesia is the largest archipelagic state in the world. According to data from Indonesia's statistical agency centre, it consists of 17,508 islands with the land area of 1,922,570 km². This situation causes Indonesia as one of the largest agricultural countries in the world. The majority of livelihoods in Indonesia is farming. Unfortunately, the harvest is not enough for consumer’s needs due to low productivity. This is due to the limitations of science and technology of farmers. In this industrial era 4.0, humans no longer compete with other humans, but also compete with machines that work quickly, smartly, and unlimited. One of the best way to solve this problem, there need to be an educational trend that can open farmer’s mind to use technology. This study aims to create a BrightFarm android application that connecting farmers and academics. It is expected that with this application, farmers can solve their problems and exchange information to be more innovative. BrightFarm contains discussion forums, markets for buying and selling of agricultural products, and research articles. The methods are used in this study divided into two steps, BrightFarm android application making and advertise of this application. The results of this study indicate that this application can be used by farmers because convenience of internet access in Indonesia. In conclusion, BrightFarm can become an alternative solution to solve farmer’s problems and become a trend education for farmers. Keyword: BrightFarm Android Application, Thecnology, Education, Farmer’s problem solution.

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Nowadays, with a computer connected to the Internet, you can learn almost everything from everyone around the worlds. Blended – classroom, massive open online courses (MOOC) give opportunities for everyone to enroll and learn from the top experts all over the world. To increase the interactiveness of these platforms, integrating Augmented Reality (AR) technology can give a huge benefit to learners. In details, this technology has a potential application capability when smartphones are more and more popular. AR gives us the ability to create an environment than you can experience virtual objects appeared together in your real world. In engineering courses, interacting with 3D models with AR application can give learners have a better sense of what they are studying. By understanding the inside structure of objects, working with scientific experiments without having the real laboratory instruments, AR technology makes learning more interesting and attracting to learners. In this paper, I also introduced my mobile application that can help learners to learn how to work with Arduino Microcontroller and electronic sensors. With a smartphone and a printed working tutorial, learners can experience step by step instructions of working with electronics components.  Though this simple application, I would like to convey my strong belief in the future of Education in 4.0 industrial revolution where new achievements in the field of Human-Computer interaction come together with online education framework, promote an ideal self-study environment for everyone.

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The world already has the definitely changes in all fields thanks to the development of the fourth industrial revolution and the education are not exception. The education trend must be about the emotion, which are almost forgotten by people, because emotions make people different from artificial intelligence and people should have more certain knowledge about the definition of emotion, the importance of emotion and emotional education in this digital era before creating new engines, working with modern machines and avoiding being slave for robots. One of the effective ways to evalue the emotion is the emotional intelligence and how to makes emotional education work well is also a question need to be answered by educationalist.

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The purpose of STEM is to equip students with comprehensive skills to resolve their world real problems, which is necessary for their future vocational opportunity. Because of that, STEM education has been required in Vietnamese secondary and high school curricula at some bilingual and international schools. However, the majority of students at Vietnamese universities of education do not have enough strong abilities to adapt with STEM education and use it in these curricula. In this paper, we will discuss about 2 main problems: the circumstances of STEM in Vietnamese curricula and the challenges for pedagogical students to approach this integrated way with some discussions to advance the quality of pedagogy training at universities of Education in Vietnam.

 

Keywords: STEM, Vietnamese curricula, pedagogy training, challenges.

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The success of Google Cardboard in the classroom is an evidence for the great change in teaching methods in education 4.0. Begins with a general introduction of possible trends in the new era of education, the second part of the article provides specific insights into the influence of technology-based education on the teaching and learning aspects, from classroom-based learning to web-based learning and technology-based teaching for people with disabilities, especially in Asian developing countries. Finally, the article emphasizes the great influence of the educational data mining (EDM) on the process of examining, evaluating student performance in future education.

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