Teaching STEAM Education Game

Advocates STEAM education game to more than 100 public and private secondary schools principals and founders, and teaches it to over 10,000 students across Myanmar.

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3L Education

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Impact Hub Yangon

Market of Implementation

  • Myanmar

Problem

  • Millions of secondary students from public schools never have a chance to play STEAM education games in their schools because the schools do not have STEAM game resources and platform.
  • In most of public and private secondary school have PCs, but there is no access to the internet and do not have interactive education games.
  • Teaching methods and learning conditions are so outdated as the education system has been so focused on exam results, which encourages exam-oriented teaching and rote learning.
  • Children are weak in computer literacy.

Solution

To address this issue, we propose to
  • advise principals and school founders on STEAM-related matters
  • teach STEAM education game to school children by finding out students’ ability and interest, to give away some interactive STEAM education game resources
  • create a STEAM education game offline platform
  • teach basic computer literacy

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