Do you remember how you felt when you first learned to read? And do you remember the first book you loved?
In a recent study tour with the renowned Room to Read program, our teachers explored new strategies to maximize our libraries and to engage our students in reading activities. The tour also helped to build friendships and networks between Room to Read and SC.
Teachers are inspired to explore new strategies after visiting Room to Read Program
Key Observations from our Teachers and Students
The study tour was a great experience for our teachers, librarians and school principals who are inspired to apply what they have learned in their own classrooms.
|Our school principal Sopheap|
One important thing about the library at Room to Read is that they have made and published their own books with interesting stories, pictures and easy words that are related to the life of the students. We have a plan to get some books from them for our library, too.
|Mr Chhut Borin, English teacher|
|Miss Soy Sokhom, one of our librarians|
|Then Sotheanun, a 6th grader reading in SC library|
|Our English Teacher Pheakdey with students who are studying traditional Cambodian dancing|