Pandemics can indeed threaten global peace and security.
How neo-liberal economic development and modernity notions worsen indigenous people’s culture and livelihoods in Cambodia
Sun Sokna | Ta Pen Primary and Secondary School |Siem Reap |Cambodia The COVID-19 pandemic has caused shocking and far-reaching effects on the education of millions of students all around the world. […]
Kimkong Heng | The University of Queensland While English has enabled communication across languages, cultures and countries, it has had negative effects. Not only has it led to the loss of local […]
Call for Short Articles Current Theme:Education in Cambodia during COVID-19 The outbreak of COVID-19 has been greatly disrupting the education sector in Cambodia. Educational institutions ranging from pre-school to higher education levels […]
Chhoeurm Phearun | Cambodian Education Forum Introduction The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak was declared as a global pandemic in March 2020 by the World Health Organization. In the middle of March 2020, […]
Challenges and opportunities of online learning in Cambodia during COVID-19 Chhoeurm Phearun Online collaborative writing through Wikis and Google Docs Vutha Cedy Embracing English while preserving Khmer Identity Heng Kimkong Formative assessment: […]
Editors Heng KimkongPhD candidate (The University of Queensland, Australia)(Former) Lecturer of English (The University of Cambodia, Cambodia) Kaing SopheapPhD candidate (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)(Former) Lecturer of English (The University of Cambodia, Cambodia) […]