Education Technology for the E-Learning Systems in Schools


  • Tuong Duy Hai Hanoi National University of Education
  • Dinh Thanh Tuyen Hanoi National University of Education
  • Pham Thi Thuy Hong VietNam National Institute of Education



As a direct result of the integration of technology and education, e-learning has emerged as a powerful learning medium, especially using Internet technologies. The main objective of this research was to investigate the use of new educational technologies and its relationship with the academic progress of students in schools and to provide appropriate solutions. The quality of e-learning is dependent on the extent to which the technology, interactions, content and services allow the learner and the teacher to perform according to their expectations in the learning environment and obtain satisfaction. Increasing the capabilities of e-learning and the possibility of achieving educational goals in this way depends on considering its many dimensions and aspects and paying attention to the factors influencing the e-learning system. By using electronic content, a wider range of students' senses are involved in the teaching-learning process, and the learning process becomes deeper and students' enthusiasm increases.


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