We often see frequent comparisons in the media between two generations of people: Millennials and GenZ people. Most comparisons point out how different these two generations are in terms of communication, thinking, and basically the way they run their lives. Bringing these two generations to work together can be quite a challenge.
The unprecedented COVID-19 has forced many MSMEs that have not yet adopted their business to be online to face hard times or go bankrupt. MSMEs need support to adopt their business to cope with offline social distancing created by COVID-19 and to be ready for its next wave and future pandemic.
InSTEDD in charge of the technical part designs the most suitable curriculum and gives out training to people who will not only use it for their own good but to also teach MSME groups in their community
InSTEDD introduces code.org curriculum to the 4 NGS that focuses on problem solving and understanding of basic coding class that allow students to work on different projects.
Aiming to bridge the gap between farmers and consumers, InSTEDD helps build a platform where all the data about the farm such as number of products made, price, land size, and other vital information.
Despite being one of the fast-growing economies in the world, with an average growth of 7.7% between 1995 and 2018, finding jobs is still a struggle for university graduates in Cambodia.
Industry 4.0 Technology has been growing at rocket speed over the last few years and the discussion of industry 4.0 in ASEAM has become a hot topic.
In a concrete room sit thirty-five students in blue and white school uniforms, eyes glued to computer screens, hands gliding across tabletops moving a mouse. This is the everyday scene at the Computer Lab of New Generational School at Preah Sisowath High School. One young woman, Muon, a seventh grader, turns away from her computer screen to tell me that this is her favorite class, that she “loves the computer lab.”
First started since October last year, the piloting project of Computer programing program at NGS schools is now coming to the phase of producing some products based on what they have learned. Students are open to working on the project. They team up as a group of four or five people to work on an idea or a project that they all desire.
In deed, through the talks to a number of teenager during our field validation of our iOS version of our application, we found out that they are not able to find clarity on how to move on nor what to do to transit them from high school to specific career or major. Especially, it is a big issue when the teenager is living with parents who are farmers or are not well informed about other career opportunities out there.