Mr Tep Sopheng
Mr. SOPHENG TEP, lecturer of College of Education, the University of Cambodia. He has experiences in working in both public and private educational institutions. Presently, he pursues his PhD degree of Comparative Education, majoring in Educational Leadership and Policy at Beijing Normal University in Beijing (China) and PhD degree in Educational Administration at The University of Cambodia, Phnom Penh (Cambodia) since 2017 (In the stage of writing dissertation) after earning his Master of Education in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language (M.Ed-TESOL) from Pannasastra University of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, (Cambodia) in 2013 and Bachelor of Education in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (B.Ed-TEFL) from Cambodian University for Specialties in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) in 2009.
He attended some workshops/conferences on new trends in English language teaching and learning conducted by Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) cooperated by University of Kentucky, England, United Kingdom (UK), English for specific academic purposes textbook development conducted by MoEYS; English language testing and evaluation conducted by MoEYS cooperated by University of Canberra, Australia. In addition, he successfully participated some training courses such as HRM in Education in Singapore, in the program of Singapore cooperation program (Temasek Polytechnic University); Andragogy in Higher Education Degree at Institute of New Khmer in Phnom Penh; Public Administration organized by the Cambodia-Korea cooperation center in Royal university of Phnom Penh and Institute of Poverty Alleviation and International Development, Yonsei University, South Korea.
The areas of his interests in teaching and research include human resource management in education, language testing and evaluation, performance management in school and teaching methodology and pedagogy, advanced philosophy of education, educational management, instructional leadership, classroom management and supervision, principles of education, non-formal education, writing skills.