Degrees of difficulty – the cost of cheating

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Re: Degrees of difficulty – the cost of cheating

Post by prahkeitouj » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:18 am

Everyone think education in Cambodia is poor, but people who good at study doesn't mean they can work better. My boss said he need staff that have knowledge 4 or 5 but can work 9 or 10 rather than employees who have 9-10 but can work only 3 or 4.
Btw I often heard some people tell me that foriegners who work in Cambodia are kind of foreigners who can't challenge with people in their countries or unemployed. And some of them come here to work on education sector. But as I know some friends are Teachers of English , they are paid well and can do many things than we can do.
Btw I'm thinking of Master degree. A foreigner told me study and degree from abroad is better. we cant measure anyone's capacity by where their degree from. Quality aren't much different if u study hard and most of lecturers got PHD. The problem isn't about local degree. i never cheated when i studied at university because I believe ក្រមង៉ុយនិយាយថា "ចេះឱ្យប្រាកដ ប្រាក់រត់តាមហៅ " .
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Re: Degrees of difficulty – the cost of cheating

Post by kiwiincambodia » Thu Sep 15, 2016 6:24 am

Teachers of English are paid well?
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Re: Degrees of difficulty – the cost of cheating

Post by Samouth » Fri Sep 16, 2016 5:20 pm

prahkeitouj wrote:Everyone think education in Cambodia is poor, but people who good at study doesn't mean they can work better. My boss said he need staff that have knowledge 4 or 5 but can work 9 or 10 rather than employees who have 9-10 but can work only 3 or 4.
Btw I often heard some people tell me that foriegners who work in Cambodia are kind of foreigners who can't challenge with people in their countries or unemployed. And some of them come here to work on education sector. But as I know some friends are Teachers of English , they are paid well and can do many things than we can do.
Btw I'm thinking of Master degree. A foreigner told me study and degree from abroad is better. we cant measure anyone's capacity by where their degree from. Quality aren't much different if u study hard and most of lecturers got PHD. The problem isn't about local degree. i never cheated when i studied at university because I believe ក្រមង៉ុយនិយាយថា "ចេះឱ្យប្រាកដ ប្រាក់រត់តាមហៅ " .
I think you are right. So many English teachers in Cambodia have no teaching degree or any qualifications to be a teacher, beside English is their first language. However, still so many native speakers write bad English, full of mistakes. :D I have never wanted to study English with native speakers. :stir:
បើសិនធ្វើចេះ ចេះឲ្យគេកោត បើសិនធ្វើឆោត ឆោតឲ្យគេអាណិត។

If you know a lot, know enough to make them respect you, if you are stupid, be stupid enough so they can pity you.
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