Educating Young Immigrant Leaders - Ranong

12-MAF-Team-with-Graduates Marist Team and Graduates Ranong - ACU

An historic Day, 05 December, for young Myanmar Immigrants in Thailand. The Graduates in our photo, Left-Right, in this report is from our Marist Asia Foundation Project in Ranong on the Thai - Myanmar border, are  Tint Zaw Lin, Thet Htar Oo, May Thazin Oo, Yoon Thiri, Soe Myat Tun. They have graduated with a Certificate in Teaching and Learning Graduation.  Special Congratulations to this first group of Teachers at Marist Asia Foundation to complete the Australian Catholic University Certificate in Teaching and Learning. Wonderful to be able celebrate your achievement together.

Thanks to our ACU Professors back in Australia for sending your messages and videos of support to us.    

4 courses over 12 months has grown the confidence and competence of our Myanmar / Burmese Migrant Teachers: Learning about the Role of the Teacher and Teaching in Cultural Contexts,    Learning Styles and how to engage students,  Lesson Planning,      Teaching Assessment, and many hours of video and mentoring - feedback.   So proud of each of you and your higher education achievement. Thanks to Teachers Katie Fisher, Monica, Denis - and ACU. Thanks to Marist Mission Centre (Australia) for funding support for this program. Another dream come true here on the Thai Myanmar / Burma Border.  see:

For more on the mission of Marist Asia Foundation visit their website:

Marist Asia Foundation Graduates, Team, and Staff
A typical neighborhood from where the Graduates come.

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