A direct educational help to high school teachers with a yearly session of upgrading in the following subjects : mathematics, biology, geology, physics, chemistry, history, geography and French between 2000 and 2002.

Introduction to experimental teaching and simulation in the scientific subjects : Cambodian teachers were given a boost and trained in using experimental kits and computers. The material help consisted in providing kits in physics as well as laptops given by French partners.

Leaflets were made in Khmer from 2002 to 2006 in each subject and in the 3 high school forms (levels 10,11,12) to complete the documents from the Ministry, then in mathematics, biology and geography in 2010.

Work experiences for Cambodian teachers in high schools in Angers. The goal of these work experiences was to enable the trainees to be moving spirits when they returned to Cambodia.

5 bilingual CD-Roms in French and Khmer were made in 2009. In these CD-Roms, you could find all the educational resources made by LOIRE CAMBODGE with pictures, videos, free software, computer simulations in each subject : mathematics, physics and chemistry, biology, geology, history and geography. These CD-Roms were given to all the high schools in Cambodia.

Training to create documents from internet resourses On february 2014, we have organized training courses in four centers : 2 High Schools Chea Sim Takeo and 10 january Siem Reap, National Institute of Education of Phnom Penh and Regional Teacher Training Pedagogical of Kompong Cham.

An example of action in Cambodia

In 2009, a raising awareness campaign to digital resources took place in 5 cities : Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap, Kompong Cham and Angtasom. In each of these cities, Cambodian trainees as well as qualified teachers were hired in 8 high schools in the area. They were divided in two high schools to follow a 3-day training. Training teachers from the National Institute of Education in Phnom Penh and from the regional schools of education in Battambang and Kompong Cham were given an extra day.

As a whole, 250 to 300 teachers or training teachers from about 40 schools benefited from this training.