Training & Development

Teacher Training

Teaching is more to than just chalk and talk. It is a tough job. For this reason, the teachers at Emaan International School are regularly trained. From 6th to 9th July 2020, EIS teachers attended a teacher training programme by both Cambodian and Singapore trainers.

This training programme is called Certificate in Basic Teaching Skills. In this 4-day programme, teachers learned about cognitive development of children, Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, how to write effective lesson plans and many other things. We will share some insights from these workshops here soon.

As you can in the photograph below that the Singapore trainer, Mr Shaheed Salim, is using Zoom to train the participants. Co-trainers, Mr Piksry and Mr Hosen, were in Phnom Penh with the participants to ensure participation, comprehension and mastery of core concepts and skills taught. If you are a teacher or an adult interested in this teacher training programme, which will be organised again in September 2020.

Youth Training

DAMAI is a joint-project between National University of Singapore (NUS) and Emaan Foundation Cambodia. The project attempted to improve the awareness among local on health care, Community Health Check, and Learning Journey in Phnom Penh OSLV is implemented in 2 forms, Service Learning (SL) and Volunteer Service (VS). While both primarily aims at serving disadvantged communities, SL also aims at citize/character building of partipants while VS aims at the capacity building of beneficiaries.

OSLV is implemented in 2 forms, Service Learning (SL) and Volunteer Service (VS). While both primarily aims at serving disadvantged communities, SL also aims at citize/character building of partipants while VS aims at the capacity building of beneficiaries. OSLV is implemented in 2 forms, Service Learning (SL) and Volunteer Service (VS). While both primarily aims at serving disadvantged communities, SL also aims at citize/character building of partipants while VS aims at the capacity building of beneficiaries. DAMAI is a joint-project between National University of Singapore (NUS) and Emaan Foundation Cambodia. The project attempted to improve the awareness among local on health care, Community Health Check, and Learning Journey in Phnom Penh.

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