Empowering isolated Cambodian communities through education in English literacy, moral development, environmenal awareness and health.  

PSA Reflection – Great way to start the week!

Posted May 30th, 2011 by alexandrarobertson with No Comments

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This morning I had the privilege of joining 47 UniED students for a reflection on their Preparation for Social Action (PSA) curriculum and subsequent community projects.

PSA Update April 2011

Posted May 25th, 2011 by Hamphira with No Comments

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On the 19th of April 2011 CORDE’s University for Education and Development held training on their Preparation for Social Action (PSA) curriculum for 15 of their community education tutors. The tutors that attended teach in communities across Battambang Province including Ek Phnom, Kbal Thnal, O srolao, O khchay, Koh Kralor, Kampong Seima, Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhnang, Pursat and Preah Vihear. The training was facilitated by 4 of CORDE’s PSA Coordinators including Elyssa, Sophea, Ridvan and Rithy. This training provides CORDE’s community education tutors and UniED’s Education students with additional knowledge in practical and theoretical pedagogy and guides them in the practical application of science to community development.

UniED put Diversify High Efficiency practices to the test

Posted May 20th, 2011 by Hamphira with No Comments

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On 11th November 2010, UniED’s 3rd year students commenced a research project on Diversifying High Efficiency (DHE) practices by planting and cultivating different crops on a small piece of land at Teacher June Libertad’s house in Battambang. The research project ran for two and a half months, while the students followed FUNDAEC’s Preparation for Social Action Curriculum in DHE.