Former Associated Research Assistant
Din Liseinet received a bachelor's degree in International Relations from the Department of International Studies, IFL, RUPP in 2022. She was a former intern at the Cambodian Education Forum, where she was able to publish an article titled "The Importance of Promoting Research for Cambodia's Future." She later continued her involvement in the research field by becoming as a research intern at Open Development Cambodia. She also co-authored an op-ed titled "Small State Leverage in Great Power Competition: Implications for Singapore and Cambodia." Aside from academics, she also participated in volunteer work and debate competitions. Her research interests include higher education, ASEAN in the twenty-first century, poverty reduction, and the digital economy.
Lack of quality teaching and learning is one of the main causes of the learning crisis for girls and boys alike, therefore there is a need for significant improvements in teaching to ensure that all students, both boys and girls, learn. Evidence on the impact of gender-responsive or gender transformative pedagogy on student learning outcomes is sti...