When we talk about the teachers we've had, our teacher trainee said he didn't really like any of his teachers, and Chloe mentioned we were lucky if we found one or two!
In Myanmar schools, there is an integrated triangular symbol that represents the involvement of teachers, parents and students. The intention is that students, parents and teachers all need to equally work together to create a quality education system.
Acting as the hands of the clock, our students figure out how to tell time in English. Plus, they get to move around outside!
We are not just teaching the students, but we are taking their problems and difficulties as ours and trying to be part of their community.
I had previously complained that the local teacher trainee was content to nod in agreement as I postulated theories and ideas to get the cogs working in each student’s brain.
Before I was an NEH teacher trainee, I tried to explain the entire lesson, without making time for students to practice, considering their needs, and managing the classroom.
Our students want us to stay, but unfortunately due to the conflict, we're not able to continue teaching here in northern Rakhine State and plan to return when the situation is more stable.
As an experienced teacher, changing the plan is something that happens almost every lesson; be it a full activity or just slight modifications.
In our village in Rakhine state, we have electricity for 3 hours a day. When I first visited, the power was on from 6 pm - 9 pm. It is now active from 7 pm to 10 pm.
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