Do Vietnamese schools have uniforms?
Most schools in Vietnam requires uniform, and the rules on uniform vary from schools and areas. The most common type of uniform consists of a white shirt with school logo on left sleeve and navy/black trousers, with a red scarf for students from grade 3 to grade 9.
Are teachers respected in Vietnam?
Teachers enjoy much respect and prestige in the Vietnamese society. In some countries, teachers have the same social status as their students and as other teachers, even those of richer knowledge and more titles.
Are teachers well paid in Vietnam?
The average salary for ESL teachers in Vietnam is around $1,000 USD per month for a first time teacher. Those with more experience and qualifications can expect to bring in up to $2,000 USD per month, depending on the employer.
What teachers should not wear?
What Not to Wear. Whether your elementary school has specific guidelines on teacher attire or not, some clothing choices are never appropriate. T-shirts and sweats don’t belong in the classroom, nor do shorts. Tight jeans or pants and short skirts are not appropriate, nor are sleeveless or skimpy tops or anything torn.
Which country has no school uniform?
In Spain, they are just for private schools, but uniforms are worn in public schools in Latin America, for example in Brazil. There are no uniforms in modern Russia – the practice was abolished in 1994 – except in a few private or prestigious public schools.
How do you address a teacher in Vietnam?
If your teacher is not so much older than you, your teacher may address you as ‘anh’ or ‘chị’. You could perhaps use ‘tôi’ but in the south it’s most common to use the more informal ‘tui’. If your teacher is a similar age to or younger than you, you should still address your teacher as cô or thầy out of respect.
How are teachers trained in Vietnam?
In Vietnam today, a teacher in primary and lower secondary education is expected to have graduated from a college-level teacher training institution, and in the case of an upper secondary school teacher, to have graduated from a university.