“How do Vietnamese students fall in love with Vietnamese history?” “How do Vietnamese students fall in love with Vietnamese history?” is the concern of many educators. Because a nation will return to zero if it loses its history. History carries the great destiny which motivates the nation with pride to move forward into the future. In fact, History has always been associated with cramming without thinking and interesting. On the journey to find a way to make history easy to remember and understand, we realized that experiential learning can fulfill that mission.

Instead of cramming, children can participate in simulation games, and role-playing as historical characters hundreds of years ago. Instead of passively listening and absorbing historical knowledge, children will be trained in historical thinking through analyzing and interpreting historical events logically and objectively.

To help children discover sites associated with historical events, absorb basic knowledge, exercise, have fun, and practice skills, SỬ VIỆT DU KÝ is a series of 8 experience sessions created and developed by HILL.

The program includes 8 sessions, in which: 

  • The content encapsulates the history of our country from the beginning of national construction to independence.
  • Exploiting the “living textbook” from historical figures and sites
  • Applying the experiential learning methods
  • Integrating historical knowledge and skills into engaging games
  • Easy to remember – Easy to visualize
Photo: Activities in the experiential learning trip at Hai Bà Trưng Temple
The sound of Mê Linh Drums is a historical experiential learning tour for 4th grade students at Hai Bà Trưng Temple, Mê Linh, Hà Nội. The development of the uprising was cleverly integrated in the activity "Đông A’s spirit race" . The race was a simulation of the journey from Hat Mon when the Trưng sisters (Hai Bà Trưng) waved the five-color flag symbolising the uprising, gathered troops to chant their oath and rode on elephants to attack Mê Linh, Cổ Loa, and Luy Lâu, and was honored as kings after defeating the enemy. The children also experienced making floating rice cakes (bánh trôi) - a cake that the sisters ate before dying at the Hát river. Through “play based learning” activities, history lessons come to life like never before.
If you require more information about our programs, please do not hesitate to contact us:

Hotline: 0982 230 000

Email: contact@hill.edu.vn