Update: 08:49 | 19/03/2019
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM education, has become hugely popular. The method helps to inspire scientific passion among pupils, creating a driving force for the next generation at a young age.
Initiating from a technological lesson on tidying up the house, Nguyen Van Khanh has created an enzyme from soapberry which can be used as a multipurpose cleaning material.
Trung Vuong Secondary School is the first public school in Hanoi has introduced STEM education into educational activities. The initiative has bolstered teaching methods and creativity among teachers.
STEM education has increased in popularity as more schools are implementing STEM learning into their curriculum and making it an integral part of what they teach. The method has also been proven as it helps to foster ingenuity, creativity, build resilience, encourage experimentation and encourage knowledge application.