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Millions of secondary students from public schools in Myanmar never have a chance to play Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education and educational games in their schools as these resources are unavailable to them. Most of public and private secondary school have computers, 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 Teaching methods and learning conditions are so outdated as the education system has been so focused on exam results, which encourages exam-oriented teaching and rote learning. As a result, youth have weak in computer literacy and are not prepared for the future of work.
At 3L education, we aim to address this issue. Our work involves: