The NGPRC organizes International Conferences on Mentoring Educators in Cambodia (CICME) on a yearly basis,

Those conferences are held online in order to allow more scholars to contribute, from every corner of the World. So far, around 20 countries have been represented (in 2 editions of the CICME). Going online also allows us to keep knowledge free for our audience, which is mostly made of Cambodian teachers, and therefore to build a bridge between researchers and practioners.

The purpose of the conference is to discuss various modalities and opportunities to mentor educators, and thereby help them develop their competencies. Researchers, teacher trainers, advisors and consultants from Asia and around the globe are invited to join us in Cambodia to share knowledge and experiences with our developing community.

For the time being, applications are closed, but you can suscribe to our Facebook page to be informed of our next events.

Official Partners

So far, the CICME has been held in cooperation with the Asian Society of Teachers for Research and other professional societies in the Asian region.

It is supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MOEYS), Cambodia, and Kampuchea Action to Promote Education (KAPE).

It is organized by New Generation Pedagogical Research Center (NGPRC), National Institute of Education (NIE) and is sponsored by Singapore International Mathematics Contest Center (SIMCC, Singapore), Jeong Gong International Education and Culture (JGIEC, Korea), and other interested parties.

Academic Partners

Among our most eminent contributors, we would like to thank the Texas A&M University (TAMU), which has a long-lasting expertise in mentoring.

Other prominents partners and regular contributors are the University of Fukui, l’Université du Québec à Montréal, the National Institute of Education of Singapore, the Khon Kaen University in Thailand, and the Holy Cross of Davao College.

Watching the Conference Again

To watch valuable resources on mentoring, STEM education, and many important topics related to teaching, we invite you to visit our YouTube channel. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe!

Here are just a few samples: