VONN Kimputhevitheavy

Former Intern

Kimputhevitheavy is an undergraduate student in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) at IFL and in Media Management at Department of Media and Communication, Royal University of Phnom Penh. Currently, she is doing research thesis for her graduation, under the topic “Journalism as a Prospective Career in Cambodia: The Case of Department of Media and Communication's Students”. Moreover, she has authored a book chapter on “The Importance of Reading for Pleasure for Cambodian Students” in an edited book published by Cambodia Education Forum in 2021. Her research interests involved around journalism, gender issues, and children’s education.

Email : kimputhevitheavy.vonn@cdri.org.kh

VONN Kimputhevitheavy

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...

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about educational disruptions from pre-school to higher education in Cambodia and around the world. Although the impact of the pandemic in Cambodia was relatively low in comparison to other countries in the region and the world in 2020, and schools were able to reopen its door again in early 2021, the February 20,...