Tag: literacy camp

Posted on: April 22, 2014 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Sharing the Lessons we’ve Learned

Over the years, PEPY’s programs have gone through many developments and transitions. We initiate programs in collaboration with the community, based on current needs and gaps in development. We always run our programs with a timeframe in mind, and are honest in saying if we do not plan to run …

Posted on: September 27, 2012 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Geckos, magic bells, and diamond masks: The return of Literacy Camp

Earlier this month, PEPY’s summer Literacy Camp returned to Chanleas Dai commune. Similar to previous years, the camp design provided learning opportunities for students and teachers alike. During the first week, about 60 teachers and educators from local primary schools and volunteer groups  arrived to discuss and develop activities and …

Posted on: December 21, 2011 Posted by: Admin Comments: 0

Building skills during the summer: PEPY launches Math Camp

by Vannak Lach and Stephanie Boegeman Photo Credit: Stephanie Boegeman PEPY has organized the first Math Camp this year, held from August 30th to September 2nd for students in Grades 2 through 5. Our newly formed technical team has been assessing the math skills of students and teachers at Chanleas …

Posted on: October 29, 2010 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Literacy Camp III – Growing & Spreading Impact

This year marked PEPY’s third annual Literacy Camp, and this time around, things were different from the previous two years’ sessions. Maria Hach sat down with PEPY’s Education Program Manager, Ratana Sung Chan, to discuss what set this year’s Literacy Camp apart from the others. See more photos from taken …

Posted on: December 14, 2009 Posted by: Manin Oem Comments: 0

Highlights and Challenges of 2009

Below, join PEPY’s directors Maryann Bylander and Daniela Papi as they reflect on the highlights and challenges of 2009.  Are there questions you’d like to see answered in an extension of this conversation? Let us know! What do you think your biggest achievements have been this year? MA:  Well, I …