The Curriculum Project (CP) of Thabyay Education Network was established in 2001 to work with post-secondary (Post-10) schools and adult education programmes along the Thailand-Burma border.
CP works with teachers and learners to design curricula and materials, and provides teacher training and teacher support programmes. Almost all schools and organisations the project works with are run by and for exiles, refugees, migrant workers and other marginalised groups from Burma.
Our objectives are to develop curricula and materials for two purposes: to capacitate students for work in community organisations, and to prepare students for further education opportunities. Currently we are working on curricula, materials and teacher training for general and academic English language learning, social studies, maths, science and community development.
Currently at various stages of development are modules on:
Physics • Beginner, Elementary and Intermediate Levels of English Language Learning • Community Development • Politics • Health and Society • Peace and Conflict Studies • Animal Farm • Planet Earth
Draft of General English Elementary Second Course Book Is Now Available
Posted December 3, 2012
A draft version of CP’s second Elementary course book is now available. It consists of modules 7-12; a teacher’s guide; and an audio CD. If you are interested in trying it, please contact our office through our email – email@example.com.
You can also download it by clicking here.
Burmese Southeast Asia Printed
Posted March 14, 2012
There is a new arrival in our office – nicely printed Burmese Language Southeast Asia student books. If you are interested in getting copies of this book, please contact us or download them from our website.
Draft of General English Elementary Now Available
Posted August 15, 2011
A draft version of CP’s new Elementary course book for adults and post-secondary learners of English is now available. It consists of the first half of the book, modules 1-6; a teacher’s guide; and an audio CD. If you are interested in trying it, please contact our office through our email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also download it by clicking here:
Burmese Version of Intro to Teaching Skills Available
Posted August 3, 2011
The Burmese language version of the Introduction to Teaching Skill is now completely available on our website.
To download the Trainer book click here.
To download the Trainee book click here.
Updated Introduction to Social Studies Available
Posted June 15, 2011
We have just released our updated and redesigned Introduction to Social Studies module. It is now available online here and also has been mass printed here at our office.
Please contact us for a paper copy or download the new, 3rd edition student book and teacher guide here.
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