Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning, helping to identify whether the goals of education are being met. Together, MEC and MNEC are exploring methods for strengthening the use of assessments as a tool for improving learning and teaching.
Through a recent workshop, MEC and MNEC education teams reviewed the purpose and goals of both formative and summative assessment within the primary classroom, discussed the steps in integrating formative assessment into classroom practice and analyzed formative assessment frameworks. The focus on assessment complements MNEC’s system strengthening priorities in improving learning outcomes at Mon National Schools.
MEC Education team facilitated the School Improvement Workshop (Broad based capacity development for School Improvement) to strengthen the capacity of staff from the Mon National Education Committee (MNEC) at Mawlamyine in the last week of February.
February,2020_MEC Director, Bethany Ericson and team had visited to Naing Hlon Post Primary Mon National School at Mudon Township and met with teachers, School Committee and students to learn more from them about their perspectives on school establishment, roles of School Committee, teachers’ motivation and students’ continued education after the completion, etc.
The fifth workshop of the Broad Based Capacity Development, Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) programme was successfully conducted from the 3rd to the 20th of February at the Novotel Hotel, Yangon.