Along with a presentation of these new resources, the leadership team gave an overview of the Department’s key programs - teacher trainings, curricula and learning material development - as well as Thabyay’s visions for Myanmar’s rapidly changing education sector. The presentation was followed by a book donation and networking session with key partner organizations.
The additional 3 books are modified editions of Teaching Skills, which is now available in Myanmar language, History of Burma, updated to include the past 10 years of Myanmar’s history, and Self-Starter Karen, a self-study English resource for Karen speakers.
The event provided the opportunity to thank staff for their hard work and contributions to these new resources, but also to recognize the importance of the organization’s ties with local partners. The impetus behind these books comes from open dialogue with organizations that share Thabyay’s vision and have allowed the Curriculum Department to properly identify needs in adult education. Some of the partners to take part in the book launch included Myme Project, Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, Yangon University and Myanmar institute of Theology.
- Work Skills (English language)
- Environmental Science Basics (English language)
- Political Thoughts and Practices (English language)
- Teaching Skills (Myanmar language)
- History of Burma (English language)
- Self-Starter Karen (English/Karen language)