Posted 06 Apr 2023 11.00am
By Mr. Dina PEN
In the framework of the CALOHEA Erasmus+ project co-funded by the European Union, representatives of Svay Rieng University (SRU) will co-host the first National Dissemination Meeting on 11th and 12th May 2023 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The institutional team of SRU who participate in the Teacher Education Subject Area Group (SAG) is composed of Mr. SIN Putheasath, Mr. HAB Sokchamnan, Mr. PEN Dina, Mr. HEM Suntrakwadh, Mr. MEN Chivorn, and Mr. CHOU Sophornrak https://youtu.be/PiRJDDPDX7Q?list=PLe9QEweOj8u-yq7B20yQkl_9FOdCJYP6c
SRU has been involved in exchanging our own curriculum and educational practices with other Asian universities in order to deliver 3 recognition mechanisms (RM):
- Teacher Education Qualification Reference Framework,
- Calculation of Student Workload, and
- Authentic Assessment.
Moreover, SRU has also conducted consultations on the 3 RMs: consultation of RM 1 Teacher Education Qualification Reference Framework, online and face-to-face consultation with academic staff from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Foreign Languages at SRU and academic staff from the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP)
with SRU alumni and employers https://youtu.be/Phe3Rh8EcsQ?list=PLe9QEweOj8u-yq7B20yQkl_9FOdCJYP6c. RM 2: Calculation of Student Workload; the survey had been done with SRU academic staff and students in year 4 semester 1 , and now conducting the second calculation of student workload on two subjects/units i.e., Introduction to ASEAN and Core English with Year 2 Semester 1 English major students. SRU CALOHEA team conducted a consultation on RM3 Authentic Assessment with academic staff face-to-face and online https://youtu.be/7itcqUfQZiA?list=PLe9QEweOj8u-yq7B20yQkl_9FOdCJYP6c meeting.
The project has brought (14) universities and (2) advisors together to share the national practices, identify weaknesses of the curriculums, and make curriculum improvements in order that Asian universities have trust in the mobility of students.
To learn more about the project, please visit the CALOHEA website at https://calohea.org/”