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With those objectives in mind, APU emphasizes the importance of STEM education from elementary to high school. This style of educational trend that combines science, technology, engineering and mathematics is very popular in many developed countries, especially in the United States.
Through the STEM program, teachers actively assign students to practical projects rather than mere boring theoretical exercises. In other words, this creative education method allows students to play the roles of inventors doing scientific research. Students can freely choose their own project by consulting with their teachers, then work on their projects within 2 – 3 months until they’ve finished. Some APU students’ innovative projects have even been chosen to attend STEMCON 2019. This is a series of STEM conferences and exhibitions that attracts representatives from over 37 universities and colleges alongside scientific and educational institutions from 6 countries in the world.
The outstanding student projects at APU International School include research on the impact of LED light on the development of trees in comparison to natural light; creating environmentally friendly pesticides; or the project that compared the effectiveness of antibiotics extracted from medicinal herbs, and so much more. Additionally, functional rooms such as laboratories, music rooms, art rooms, libraries, computer labs and conference rooms are all furnished with modern equipment to help students easily deploy STEM projects and implement other ideas in the learning process.
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Dr. Tran Nguyen Thy Binh and APU Educational Development Group were honored with the title "TOP 10 Excellent Leaders of International Integration”
This tour is a chance for APU-ers and AUV-ers to enhance their English skills by learning more about US culture and also, think about selecting the most suitable university for their future.
Danang City, Vietnam – May 16, 2021 – APU American International School announced today that it has earned accreditation by Cognia™, a nonprofit organization that provides quality assurance for schools, school districts, and education service providers.