Myanmar Teacher Platform 4+

Kraising Boonyarangkavorn

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

iPhone Screenshots


Myanmar Teacher Platform (MTP) is intended to serve as an online, mobile and offline platform
for educators, learners and other interested parties to access quality learning materials, videos
and other resources in a safe and secure environment. The Myanmar Teacher Platform consists
An E-learning platform offering free courses through synchronous and asynchronous learning,
where learners also have the opportunity to interact with each other via discussion forums.
Learners can also gain certificate on the completion of the selected courses.
An E-library containing over 200 electronic resources in various digital formats (E-books, videos,
etc.). The E-library is integrated with the E-learning platform and thus help learners to
experience an organized and innovative mode of learning.
Many of the resources on Myanmar Teacher Platform are customized to the context of the
country, whilst ensuring adherence to international good practices. While the Myanmar Teacher
Platform is primarily targeted at educators and learners in Myanmar, it will enable all users to
continue with their education and/or continuing professional development.
Myanmar Teacher Platform is being implemented by UNESCO, with support from the
Government of Finland. The initial version of the platform was funded by the Governments of
Australia, Finland and the United Kingdom. UNESCO initiated efforts to enhance the
functionality of the existing platform to allow for a better user-experience. Myanmar Teacher
Platform now has a wider range of tools and capabilities better suited to the needs and context
of users in Myanmar.
UNESCO STEM project brings mobile app of Myanmar
Teacher Platform (E-learning) where learners can engage to the platform in a faster and
convenient way. In Jan 2022, the changes to the Union Taxation Law was introduced and
increased tax on SIM cards and internet services. There is now a 20,000 kyat (US$11)
commercial tax on SIMs and a 15 percent tax on internet service providers’ income. Because of
the increasing costs in using the Internet and mobile data, UNESCO STEM project team
decided to offer the “Offline” feature, which is designed to store the resource files on the mobile
devices of users. Once the Myanmar Teacher Platform app is installed on a mobile device,
users can save Internet data by enabling the offline mode through which the course contents
can be saved in the device memory and retrieved without having an Internet connection. The
progress of the course taker will be locally stored and then have it synced with the server once a
connection is made.

What’s New

Version 1.0.19

- Added a text to display the quiz answers in details after clicking "Check Answer".
- Fixed the text that was trimmed in multiple choice answers.
- Removed the word limit in long answers
- Corrected the spelling for "Summaries"

App Privacy

The developer, Kraising Boonyarangkavorn, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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