The SACE Journey 8

Have you ever asked yourself, “What does learning mean?” Why is learning a certain path to success?

Nowadays, Vietnamese parents tend to protect their children even in school. This in the long time makes them rely on parents, reduce their self-control in learning and no longer realize the value of learning. They only learn because of pressure or performance in exams, scores.

So how does autonomy in learning affect Gen Z’s learning outcomes? How to build learning autonomy skills for them, especially when the learning program is relentlessly being renewed?

All the questions will be revealed in the next episode “The SACE Journey – Unlocking Gen Z”, Talkshow 8: Vietnamese Gen Z with autonomy in learning. Through the event, we will understand the importance of learning and finding proactive and timely learning methods, building self-learning capacity to integrate with the innovation period.

Time: 20:00 – Tuesday – May 17, 2022
Format: Livestream online

  • Dr. Nguyen Tran Phi Yen – Lecturer at RMIT University, Communication Director of Beowulf Technology Group
  • Dr. Gian Tu Trung – Educator, Director of the Institute of Education IRED

Main points

  • Independence and autonomy in learning
  • Methods of building and improving self-learning for students
  • The role of parents in building their children’s autonomy in learning

“The SACE Journey – Unlocking Gen Z” is a series of events organized by Scotch AGS and VnExpress Online Newspaper with the desire to help parents decipher the world of their children at the age of 20. Gen Z, thereby equipping them with useful knowledge to guide and accompany their children on the journey to conquer their future academic and career goals.



Scotch College Adelaide – An international school system with more than 100 years of establishment and development in Australia has been presented in Vietnam with the launch of the South Australian Primary, Middle, and High School System – Scotch AGS.

At Scotch AGS, students learn an Australian-standard academic program from Grades 1 to 12. At the Primary and Middle levels, the Scotch AGS program is designed based on the Australian National Curriculum. At High School, students can study the SACE, a program recognized globally so that students can enter the world's top 1% universities in Australia, the UK, the USA, Canada, and Singapore.

With a mission to train every student to become a global citizen with leadership and lifelong learning competency, we focus on harnessing the full potential of academic, cultural, musical, and athletic intelligence. Students are trained in a holistic mental health environment that encourages their learning and promotes their awareness of community values.

Scotch AGS campuses

  • Campus 1: 05 Truong Quoc Dung, Ward 8, Phu Nhuan District
  • Campus 2: 300 Hoa Binh, Hiep Tan Ward, Tan Phu District

Admissions Office

  • Address: 41-43 Vo Van Tan, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 03, HCMC
  • Phone: (028) 398.98.999
  • Email:

Prepare for your child's future at Nam Uc Scotch AGS

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