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Team-teaching: a benefit for all

 For 15 weeks, 9 students from various Universities in Europe have worked as team-teachers with our local team. Very simply stated: Team Teaching is implemented when teachers work as a healthy team together to support student learning and success. It is not equal workloads, nor specific roles. It is about collaboration, shared ideas, maximizing each individual’s strengths—from the teachers’ strengths to the students’ strengths—and supporting each other with whatever it takes to create a successfully co-taught classroom. Yes, it’s wonderful when co-teachers click. This can happen in English or social studies. They’re comfortable with each other. They both read the

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Play Based Learning

You are kindly invited to attend this FREE teacher training course, which will take place on Saturdays April 30 and May 7th and 14th from 14.00 till 16.00 am IT IS NOT ONLINE For information call 089 568 680 or 096 423 44 95 Number of seats strictly limited. In cooperation with Panha Sabai The number of seats strictly limited. Who is this course intended for? The TDSO Teacher Training program is a modular training program designed for English Teachers and English teacher coaches. The course focuses on teaching skills and methodologies. The course participants are deemed to have the

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DEAR: “Drop Everything And Read”

Students in Cambodia hardly read. For most, the textbooks used at school are the only books they will ever pick up. Findings from PISA for Development show that no more than 28.1% of the total population of 15-year-olds are enrolled in secondary education (The remaining Cambodian youth have dropped out of school) And in this group,  only 8% achieves a minimum proficiency level (level 2) or higher in reading. Only this tiny percentage of students (2.2 % of the 15-year old population!) meet the goal of SDG 4. Reading is critical because it makes people more empathetic, knowledgeable and stimulates

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No-one is left behind!

While hearing impairments are often identified in babies, they may not develop or make themselves known for several years. This means that it’s essential to keep an eye out for the signs of hearing impairment in the classroom, particularly in young children. At some point in their career, every teacher could find that they are teaching a child with an undiagnosed hearing impairment.  Here are some of the common signs of hearing impairments that you can look for in young children: Not responding when their name is called  Problems with concentration, excessive tiredness and frustration with work Watching your lips

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Partnership agreement Educaid-TDSO

On 31/03/2022 Educaid and TDSO signed a partnership agreement for the period 2022-2026. The agreement covers logsital synergies, operational synergies and active exchange of information. Educaid is the Belgian platform for education and training within development cooperation

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ITTSR (interactive Teacher Training), open for registration

If you are an early career English Teacher and want to improve your teaching skills significantly you are welcome to this program. It will start on the 30th of April and will continue till the end of September 2022, every Saturday morning or afternoon. The workshops will be held at the TDSO (The Angkor Tree Project) campus in Siem Reap. The first group will have their workshops on Saturday morning, the second group will have theirs on Saturday afternoon.A third group (on Sunday morning) will mainly work online, and is intended for those who cannot easily attend the workshops, for

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