Based in Cambodia, Next Generation Panel Discussion is a new nonprofit initiative aiming at conducting a comprehensive discussion in English to learn and discuss current social issues from different experiences and segments in society. Got something to share? send us an email : [email protected]
Study from Home's Experience
11:30The global lockdown due to coronavirus has forced the world’s government to order close down any mass gathering which includes school, concert, cinema, or even meeting with more than 5 people, Cambodia is no exception. The royal government of Cambodia rushed to issue a decree ordering the closedown of public and private educational institutions in the first week of rapid widespread in Cambodia. Many institutions were caught completely off guard. Some rushed to organize online learning, some took a few months before properly organizing a decent system. The digital divide also plays an important role in obstructing the practice of online learning. Most students in rural areas do not have access to good smartphones let alone an affordable internet connection. Mr. Vincent Heng, a 3rd-year scholarship student, majoring in Management at the National University of Management (NUM). Studying from home is much more challenging than he thought. At first, he wasn’t adaptable to take online classes and almost failed to manage my group's assignment with 11 members as a leader from distance. But later on, with continuous improvements to his habits, self-discipline, time management, and studying approach, the results become drastically better both his studying from home experiences and distant group management. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ngpd/message
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Life In University
23:26University, a place where you train yourself to prepare for the next economic frontier we called working. Every year, around 80000 students passed the national exam ready to be in the university. Unfortunately, some may drop some may succeed some may restart their majors multiple times before finding the right path. It must be good planning from the start. We have 4 speakers. One as a moderator having completed a degree from the university while another 1 is currently in high school. She will discuss how she sees university from a high school perspective, her hope and expectation while the other two will describe their ongoing experiences in the university. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ngpd/message