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Training in Education for Sustainable Development Reaches 400 Teachers in Myanmar

In the schools surrounding Myanmar’s Bagan Archaeological Area, 400 teachers joined trainings on teaching materials to integrate education for sustainable development (ESD) into the basic education curriculum. As part of the project “Strengthening Schools for Education for Sustainable Development”, funded through a private-public partnership with Panasonic Corporation, UNESCO, and the Ministry of Education, seven school regions in Nyaung U township, Mandalay Region, Myanmar hosted three-day trainings for teachers from all grade levels from 20-27 August 2017.

Accessible online: https://bangkok.unesco.org/content/training-education-sustainable-development-reaches-400-teachers-myanmar   

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UNESCO
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Subject(s)/ Learning Area(s)
Social Studies, Art, Educational Studies, English, ICT, Life Skills, Local Curriculum, Mathematics, Morality and Civics, Myanmar, Physical Education, Practicum, Reflective Practice and Essential Skills, Science, Media
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UNESCO
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2017/9
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Training, Education, Sustainable, Development, Reaches, 400, Teachers, Myanmar, ESD
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