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The teacher becomes the student as instructors from five Mekong Learning Centers (MLCs) come together during August 19-21, 2017 for the MekongSkills2Work (MS2W) Innovation Challenge Workshop at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand.
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Technology can make a significant difference in the ability of students to ask for help. To improve class participation, texting allows students to ask questions and can give shy students the confidence they need to participate in class. Not every student is able to express their ideas and questions effectively by speaking out in class. With mobile devices, those students who struggle with communicating in the classroom will benefit.
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Members of the MekongSkills2Work (MS2W) Network collaborated to enhance work-based learning (WBL) programs in their institutions in order to improve youth employability!
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Members of the MekongSkills2Work Network collaborated to  enhance work-based learning (WBL) programs in their institutions in order to improve youth employability!
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All over the world employers are saying that learners have sufficient skills to be useful and trainable; but they don’t have the right attitude and they don’t have sufficient work experience. Our learners are expressing a desire for more opportunities to spend time in the workplace.
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Disruptive technologies are the changing job arena globally, especially in the growing labor market of the Lower Mekong (LM) subregion. The 2017 Lower Mekong Regional Labor Market Assessment conducted by USAID COMET project together with Mahidol University Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR) focuses on priority economic sectors in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Accounting, and Tourism (STEM+AT), for this year's assessment is the emergence and impact of an innovation economy in the LM sub-region. Specifically, the 2017 report includes