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INEE Teacher Wellbeing Guidance Note - Contextualization for Myanmar, non-state online universities

These contextualization tools consist of a methodology and reflections, as well as the resultant contextualized Domain 3 of the Guidance Note for Teacher Wellbeing in Emergency Settings for use with university instructors in non-state universities in Myanmar.

Elaisa Vahnie, Jenny Otting, Khin Sapel Htoo, Khin Win Myat, Dr. Mon Mon Aung, Myat Aye San, Okka, Dr Pann Ei Phyu Aung, Saw Sandi Oo, and Sophia Hlain conducted this work in coordination with university instructors. The contextualization focuses on the context of a higher education institution situated in the alternative educational space in Myanmar.

This contextualization project sought to better understand the challenges, opportunities, and limitations of contextualizing a global good for use in specific contexts. The resulting outputs provide important insights and lessons for INEE, and we hope these will be supportive resources for members wishing to engage in conversations and action around teacher wellbeing in their own contexts.

Read this accompanying blog for further information behind the project.

These publications are part of a larger project, funded by Education Cannot Wait, to develop a Teacher Wellbeing Toolkit in order to meet the needs of teachers in their local context. The resources developed under this project also include:

Resource Info

Published

Published by

Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

Authored by

Elaisa Vahnie, Jenny Otting, Khin Sapel Htoo, Khin Win Myat, Dr. Mon Mon Aung, Myat Aye San, Okka, Dr Pann Ei Phyu Aung, Saw Sandi Oo, and Sophia Hlain

Topic(s)

Distance Education
INEE Minimum Standards
Levels of Learning - Tertiary Education
Teacher Wellbeing

Geographic Focus

Myanmar