Well-being Workshop: Using Effective Social Networks in the 4.0 Era

21/02/2024 - 22/02/2024
43 Nguyen Thong, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3, HCMC
157 Ly Chinh Thang, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3, HCMC

Goals & Objectives

The Workshop will allow students to discuss a variety of social networking skills to leverage their studies, build up their personal branding while preventing harmful information, and become responsible digital citizens. The Workshop will especially welcome the participation of Postgraduate Master of Psychology Mai My Hanh – Deputy Head of the Psychology Department at Ho Chi Minh City University of Education and Member of the Central Executive Committee of the Vietnam Psychological Association.


All students at SISS

The more Jaguars learn, the more they master social networking skills

During the past two February Well-being Workshops, our Jaguars have proven that they are digital citizens who know how to grasp current trends. The questions that the speaker asked were not difficult for them and with their social knowledge, Jaguars had extremely lively exchanges with the speaker.

With the development of technology, anyone can become a digital citizen, but becoming a responsible digital citizen will require educational intervention on online knowledge, behavior, attitudes, and human rights. Jaguars can acquire these concepts in the curriculum and through discussions with industry experts.

Discussing with Postgraduate Master of Psychology Mai My Hanh, who has extensive experience in the field of psychology, significantly helped students better shape social networks in general and social network behavior in particular. In addition, Jaguars are also aware of the influence of social networks on their mental health, so they need to take practical measures to minimize this problem.

The School sincerely thanks Ms. Mai My Hanh for her enthusiastic companionship throughout the two Workshop sessions. Hopefully, SISS will welcome her to the next events.

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