We understand the needs of English teachers and the challenges they face. To help teachers further develop their skills, we offer a free workshop, all designed and delivered by highly qualified and experienced US presenter.

The aims of our workshop for English teachers are to share our considerable knowledge, skills and expertise in teaching, provide information,  introduce new approaches to the teaching of English and give teachers the opportunity to come together to discuss issues around making the classroom more engaged.

Workshop Learning Outcomes: After the workshop, the participants will learn the following:

1. Classroom Management Strategies: It is undeniable that good strategies for managing a classroom are indispensable. They can help your class work better as planned. The workshop will explore some of the ways to organize your students from the beginning of class and keep them-on-task for the entire period. For example, a teacher should know what to do in every stage in a class session and should know what to say to make his or her students do what he or she is expecting. Therefore, a good strategy will make your class run more efficiently and put more responsibility upon the students rather than a burden on the teacher.

2. Engagement Strategies: Imagine that a classroom full of chaos will unavoidably makes the classroom teacher and other studious students feel uncomfortable and discouraged in teaching and learning. This workshop is, therefore, to share ways to connect all students with the lesson of the day and to make all students engage in every classroom activity so that it helps boost the effective teaching and learning.

3. Differentiation: It is obvious that it is difficult to have every student in the classroom approach lectures equally and at the same pace. Thus, suitable strategies for dealing with different levels in a classroom should be extremely necessary. During the workshop, the presenter will share with you ways to adapt your lessons to teach to the wide range of abilities in your classroom and ways to group students and modify your assignments in order to better your students’ learning needs.

The language delivered in the workshop will be English.




9 February, 2020

B71.101, Campus 1, Tra Vinh University


·         8.00 – 9.30

Classroom Management Strategies

Engagement Strategies


·         9.30 – 10.00

Tea break

·         10.00 – 11.00



If you have any questions, please contact the workshop organisers below.

Nguyen Huynh Trang

Deputy Head of English Department



Khau Hoang Anh

Deputy Head of English Department




Additional information is available through the School of Foreign Languages website at: http://fl.tvu.edu.vn/

Jim Vaughn is a teacher from Teachers for Vietnam (TfV) to the Faculty of Foreign Languages of Tra Vinh University. Jim Vaughn has been a public school secondary English teacher for the past 33 years in the State of Washington, in the United States. He has taught English, history, geography, and physical education in the Seattle-area community of Gig Harbor, Washington. Jim has served on the Peninsula School District’s School Restructuring Committee, participating in a variety of school restructuring issues such as integrated classrooms, teaming and service-learning. He has worked on numerous English and social studies curriculum committees. Perhaps most importantly, he has served as a school district leader for the national College Board’s English curriculum, SpringBoard. In addition, Jim has taken his English teaching experience overseas to both China and Bangladesh. In 2004, he was chosen as one of the 20 teachers from the Seattle-area Pacific Lutheran University to share English teaching strategies with high school teachers in Xian, Beijing and Shanghai, China. And in 2010, Jim was chosen by the United States State Department to be one of the three secondary teachers to serve as teacher mentors/facilitators for English language teachers in Kalkini, Bangladesh. In 2001, Jim was awarded the Washington State Award for Excellence in Education by then-Governor Gary Locke. Jim has a Bachelor of Science degree from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Tra Vinh city, Tra Vinh province – Vietnam


April or May, 2019 and last 01 year. If the candidate wants to lengthen the contract, that could be to 2-3 years

Offer issued by:

Tra Vinh University – School of Foreign Languages

Position Description:

Our School of Foreign Languages is looking for teachers for English majors at Tra Vinh University. Their main task will be to give English lessons (usually Listening and Speaking skills) at the rate of 16 periods of 50 minutes per week. Also, they will be expected to attend English Speaking Club every Thursday night to help participants improve English listening and speaking skills. They will work with EFL students whose performance ranges between CEFR (European Framework) Levels A2 and B2.

Required Skills:

  • Ability to work individually, work in teams and in pairs
  • Ability to adapt and integrate
  • Effective pedagogical practices


Bachelor of Social Sciences and Humanities or Master of Social Sciences and Humanities


       20-40 years old

Salary and Benefits:

For BA (300 USD/month), MA (450 USD/month)

The salary is sufficient for the teachers to cover daily expenses for living in our city (one meal costs just around 01 USD). Besides that, the teachers will be provided accommodation in school campus (we call it Guest House). It is a building with various well-equipped single rooms. The teachers will have their own rooms with a living room (TV, sofa, working table...), a bed and a kitchen (refrigerator, washing machine, microwave, kitchen stuff), and a bathroom.

The teachers will also be provided a bike which helps them go around the city easily. There is a supermaket near the university (1km away).

In summer time, the teachers can travel around our country by bus or plane. It is cheap and convenient.


If you are interested in this position, please send me a CV via email: trinhthimongngoc@tvu.edu.vn

Ms. Ngoc, Trinh – School of Foreign Languages, Tra Vinh University, Vietnam

Kind regards,

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SEED is now accepting applications for the 2019 - 2020 academic year! The application process is open until March 5, 2019. 

SEED provides college, undergraduate and graduate students from all ten ASEAN member countries with the opportunity to apply for short-term studies or research in Canada in a field that is aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and contributes to ASEAN’s efforts to narrow the development gap and reduce poverty in the region. The goal of SEED is to equip students critical knowledge and skills that will enable them to contribute to poverty reduction efforts in the ASEAN region. 

Quick information on the SEED application process:

- It is the Canadian institution that has to apply on behalf of the Southeast Asian student, and the SEA student must remain registered full time at his/her home institutions.

- For the college and undergraduate level, an institutional collaboration agreement or MOU is mandatory. For the graduate level, it is preferable, but not mandatory.

- For more information on the guidelines, value and duration, eligibility, and key dates of this SEED Scholarship, please see here (in English, en français) and attached files. 

For the first competition, we were happy to welcome 76 students from 34 Southeast Asian institutions. These students are studying in 24 Canadian institutions across seven provinces. Vietnam was the top sending country for SEED scholarships in 2017. For the next academic year, we would like to see even more institutions participate in SEED! We would therefore encourage you to start engaging Canadian institutions early to explore or confirm institutional agreements. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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1. Subject and requirements
The participants are interested in the topic and able to listen, understand and tell the story in English

2. Duration, time and venue:
Duration: approximately 1.5 hours on Thursday afternoon
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm on 18th January, 2018
Venue: Workshop 4, the Administration building A1, campus 1, Tra Vinh University.

3. Participants: Students and lecturers of English department (60 people)

4. Preparation (possibly) The Vietnamese version of Cinderella and moral lessons of the story

5. Reward: A reward for the most impressive participant chosen

6. Registration: Students and lecturers register from now up to the morning of Saturday (Deadline: 13th January, 2018)

Further Information:

Please visit seminar website http://fl.tvu.edu.vn/vi/ for detail information. You can also contact Ms. Huynh Do Thu via thutv_2003@yahoo.com or Mr. Ho Van Minh via hvminh@tvu.edu.vn

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