A Model to Assess Student’s Responsibility Consciousness at University of Technology and Education Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC – UTE)


  • Do Thi My Trang Institute of Technical Education University of Technology and Education HCM City HCMC-UTE, VietNam


consciousness, responsibility consciousness, learning responsibility


By observing learning behaviors of student at HCMC - UTE, we recognize many inappropriate behaviors such as absence from school, being late in class, not submit report on time, copy the report, and so on which lead to bad academic performance of the student. These phenomena show that the students lack of learning responsibility consciousness. This paper proposes a model which was used as a tool to assess the student's responsibility consciousness. Observing results show that consciousness is always related to actions and throughout actions too. Leaning responsibility consciousness assessment includes three main parameters : consciousness, actions, and attitudes of student in learning.


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