At USAIS, we accept nothing but the best teachers. We require that teachers attend extra seminars, workshops and classes to enhance their teaching abilities in key areas such as: curriculum building; lesson planning; activity-based, child centered lessons; use of music and video to enhance learning; weekly seminars to improve English listening, pronunciation and speaking; time management; and innovative teaching methodology.
We want students to know that teachers care not only about their education but their overall well-being. Our students are the future of Cambodia, and we want nothing less but the best for them and our country.
Why Do You Like Working at USAIS?
I love the kids; they are all very bright and energetic. They are hungry for learning. All of the teachers and staff are friendly and caring.
I like the kids here very much. In general, I am a kids-person. Also, I like how I am given the opportunity to teach them morals, what is right and what is wrong.
I like USAIS because we are like a family here. Everyone is open with each other. We also always strive to solve problems and love to brainstorm new ideas.
I like the work environment, and I think we have an excellent and kind branch manager. Kids are well behaved, and there are helpful Khmer teachers in every room.
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USAIS focuses mostly on a combined Australian-American Curriculum, but the curriculum may vary depending on area of study and focus.
We are currently located in four provinces: Phnom Penh, Battambang, Sisophon, and Siem Reap.
Classes are taught in either English or Khmer, depending on the subject and level of the student.