During the education crisis in Myanmar especially after the military coup in February 2021 and pandemic, TCF extends its network to provide education in emergency to the young people of Myanmar. The following organizations are TCF’s partners in education:
- Ethnic based education organizations including Chin, Kachin, Karen, Karenni, Kayan, Mon, Shan and Wa.
- Faith-based education organizations (Church-based and Monastery-based schools)
- Teacher Education Network among three education universities, twenty-five education colleges, ethnic-based, faith-based, community-based and migrant schools
- Chiang Mai University’s Regional Center for Sustainable Development (RCSD) and University College London (UCL) promoting peace and justice through education
- Virtual Federal University for teacher education in the conflict effected regions
- Virtual schools through online platform for primary and secondary education
- Prospect Burma (for its transitional period)
Working with these partner organizations, TCF’s members contribute their knowledge and experiences in three main educational areas:
- Active Learning and Critical Thinking (RWCT teaching strategies)
- Education Policy (Federal Education Policy and School Policy)
- Curriculum Development (competency-based curriculum, local curriculum, mother tongue based multi-lingual education and peace education)
Besides, TCF Chairperson Dr. Thein Lwin provides lectures (via Zoom) on education policy to the students (over 300) from three education universities and twenty-five education colleges as a volunteer. He usually provides suggestions to individual students, parents and teachers for their education related problems and future education path. He also participates in the media interviews.
Activity photos are not included for those persons who do not wish to show their participation in the activities because of their security concerns.