The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced education around the world as well as in Vietnam to shift teaching and learning activities from face-to-face to online. Online teaching is becoming popular at all levels of education and officially recognized as an essential learning method alongside traditional learning methods (face-to-face in class) in the digital education age. We conducted a survey to evaluate the current situation of online teaching activities in grade 5 as well as its management at primary schools in Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi city. Because online teaching is not only a temporary method during a pandemic, the research results are also meaningful to draw experiences for implementing it in the future.
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