While Cambodia, as well as the rest of the world, is suffering from a disease that requires 19 people to stay away and maintain sanitation, Cambodia has put in place several measures to join Prevent the spread of the disease.
One of the measures introduced by the Royal Government, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, requires students to take short vacations before mid-March 2020.
Despite their early vacation, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport has partnered with partners to create e-learning for students to study further at home.
in public and private schools, groups are created to ask students to review lessons, especially for students taking exams online. So far, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports has carried out exams today, even under elementary school students.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) has decided to introduce Khmer language and math from grades 1 to 6, and the ministry is pushing to implement when Cambodia is undertaking a small vacation during the epidemic. 19 The Ministry of Education makes videos on its Facebook site every day.
In terms of online learning, both public and private schools have created online student teaching programs, and there are some schools that have created a messenger system in telecommunications. (Telegram), google room, what apps and some make application applications for communication, teaching and learning.
Mom Sotheara, a sixth-grade student in Phnom Penh, said her school, after announcing the vacation, had set up a messenger group of more than 20 members to explain the exercises. “At school break I was sent a messenger when we were doing homework and we had to post to him on the phone when we were all right, he (teacher) gave 10 points. . When I study at home, it is difficult for me to explain in school.
After the confirmation from Mom Sotheara from home school and the parents also came to teach more.
According to Mr. Chomsak, a teacher at Cam Skills, his school has a large number of students enrolled in the online learning app development program, which was previously only in 12th grade. But now, there are students at all levels, including part-time languages.
“We have organized classes from grade 1 to grade 12, so students can finish the school year. The subjects include mathematics, chemistry, Khmer literature, Chinese, Thai, English and computer.
Posted by: Sophal Phanith