Research on the development and evaluation of happiness-oriented education programs at Vietnamese universities
Keywords:happiness-oriented education, well-being, program evaluation
In recent years, there has been an increasing recognition of the importance of holistic development and well-being among students. Consequently, educational institutions worldwide have begun exploring innovative approaches to promote happiness and well-being in their academic environments. This abstract focuses specifically on the initiatives undertaken by Vietnamese universities to integrate happiness-oriented education programs into their curriculum. The study employs a mixed-methods approach, combining qualitative and quantitative research methods to gather comprehensive data on the development and effectiveness of these programs. Moreover, the research aims to provide practical recommendations for improving the design and implementation of these programs, ensuring their sustainability and impact on student well-being. The study's significance lies in its potential to inform educational policymakers, university administrators, and educators about the value of integrating happiness-oriented education programs into the higher education system. By nurturing students' well-being, these programs can potentially enhance their overall learning experience, academic performance, and future life satisfaction.