Hla Hla Win is on a mission to visioneer the future of learning, democratize education by leveraging Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and other mobile phone technologies. After completing a Public Administration master's degree at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, she started running an educational technology venture based out of the NASA Research center in Silicon Valley. Hla Hla now heads the Myanmar office and works on EdTech projects dedicated to bringing scalable, immediate, and exponential impacts in transforming national education and beyond.
The work 360ed is doing to provide policy advice, conduct teachers training and apply technological innovation to pedagogy in Southeast Asia, starting with Myanmar, has been recognized by UNESCO. On February 13th 2018 in Paris, 360ed received UNESCO award for innovation in digital technologies.
360ed’s approach to student learning harnesses children’s play and curiosity by incorporating mobile devices into the everyday learning process by developing AR apps. These apps are aligned with the Myanmar national curriculum and dramatically expand the capability of current textbooks to be engaging and stimulating foundations for learning. By scanning with a smartphone certain images within textbooks, 360ed’s technologies enable the student to see detailed objects rendered in either 2D or 3D objects, learners can visualize their learning and find it easier to understand. Likewise, teachers can also use the AR app to visualize the content of a particular textbook chapter and then display it on a projector or TV screen.
25 Jun 2019
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