UNESCO Myanmar’s Strengthening Pre-Service Teacher Education in Myanmar (STEM) project

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Invited consultant by Cambridge University Press for UNESCO Myanmar’s Strengthening Pre-Service Teacher Education in Myanmar (STEM) project. Project is funded by the Australian Government and aims to support the Myanmar Ministry of Education in improving the quality of teachers and teaching. I met with the Myanmar core curriculum writing team, Montrose, and Cambridge University Press in Myanmar, helping to facilitate a week of curriculum development workshops in primary physical education, and offering recommendations for their future programme/syllabus (year 1, semester 1).

Period08 Oct 2018

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  • TitleUNESCO Myanmar’s Strengthening Pre-Service Teacher Education in Myanmar (STEM) project
    Media name/outletCSU
    CountryAustralia
    Date08/10/18
    DescriptionInvited consultant by Cambridge University Press for UNESCO Myanmar’s Strengthening Pre-Service Teacher Education in Myanmar (STEM) project. Project is funded by the Australian Government and aims to support the Myanmar Ministry of Education in improving the quality of teachers and teaching. I met with the Myanmar core curriculum writing team, Montrose, and Cambridge University Press in Myanmar, helping to facilitate a week of curriculum development workshops in primary physical education, and offering recommendations for their future programme/syllabus (year 1, semester 1).
    URLnews.csu.edu.au/latest-news/education/teacher-education/csu-expertise-helps-develop-myanmar-education-system
    PersonsRachael Jefferson-Buchanan