Interactive Story allows readers to interact with the story while reading by choosing options which will lead to an entire different plot from one option to another. Each path they choose for the story to happen next is all part of the learning process about gender violence.
Khmer Writing App is a mobile program that help to children from grade 1 to 3 to learn and improve their writing skill.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT), from computer to phone, has penetrated both our personal and professional lives and keeps progressing at high speed, turning Cambodia into a knowledge-based economy. The education system cannot afford to stay behind, otherwise it risks giving its student’s skills that are obsolete in today’s society.
Over the past fifteen years, Cambodia has been catching up with the global and regional trends of rapid expansion of higher education, but its specific socio-historical has endangered particular life course and societal implications.
According to an assessment conducted by Education Quality Assurance Department (EQAD) Department of the MOEYS in December 2015, Cambodian children are struggling to write and dictate their native language.
Recent research from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport has shown that students in Grade 3 struggle with writing proficiency in their native language, with a 65% failure rate at writing sentences correctly.
The following article represents the opinions of a medical professional, regarding the recent outbreak of the Zika Virus.
This initiative, implemented under the project supported by United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), trains students to learn to code and create mobile applications.