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In Cambodia, the Accessing Information to Migrate Safely (AIMS) project is now advertisting its website for migrant youth on tuk tuks around Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
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Students in Cambodia share a computer to complete their classwork together. They are beneficiaries of World Education’s Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) program, designed with the goal of promoting better educated youth in both rural and urban schools.
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Students from the Youth on the Move program in Cambodia are caught in a moment of thanks.
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Cambodian students in the Youth on the Move program are precise about their in-class project.
A student circles answers on a TRAC benchmark assessment. As part of the TRAC benchmark system, TRAC developed interval tests that are administered at approximately every four weeks to monitor students’ progress in developing reading skills. The Literacy Coaches and teachers use the results of these assessments to identify struggling readers and provide them with targeted practice to improve their reading skills through the reading toolkit and mLearning app.
TRAC’s reading toolkits include many games and learning materials that correspond to the national textbooks and TRAC benchmark system while also making learning fun. Students use the reading games to practice their reading skills during breaks throughout the school day.
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A Literacy Coach teaches parents how to play a learning game included in TRAC’s reading toolkits. Literacy Coaches play an important role in coordinating the different components of TRAC, including parent engagement. Parents are encouraged to check out reading games and materials from the school library so that their children can practice reading at home.
World Education’s TRAC program collaborated with the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport to develop reading benchmarks for the national reading curriculum in Grades 1 and 2. TRAC trains teachers in partner schools in how to use these benchmarks and assessments.
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Cambodian primary school students practice their literacy skills using an mLearning smartphone app provided by World Education’s Total Reading Approach for Children project (TRAC). Students said the app makes their learning more fun and enjoyable.
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