Difficulties and some suggested solutions in studying online of the students in Van Lang University during the Covid-19 pandemic
Keywords:difficulties of online learning, difficulties from the perspective of students.
The essay helps readers better visualize the difficulties and propose online learning solutions for students at Van Lang University . Our team created a Google form and surveyed more than 100 people. After the results, our team conducted the complex analysis as well as proposed solutions. There are objective and subjective causes that come from students and schools. However, the essay will mainly focus on the difficulties from the student's perspective. The possible challenges teachers and students face in an online learning environment must be considered to ensure the student's success. Therefore, there are two roles in e-learning that must be considered when discussing ways to improve these challenges. The first is the role of the teacher, and the second, the role of the students (Le & Truong, 2021).
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