360ed is an EdTech social enterprise that was incubated at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley in 2016. We leverage virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology and other emerging technologies to bring scalable, immediate, and exponential impacts in transforming national education and beyond.
Augmented reality in teaching and self-study
Harness children's play and curiosity by incorporating
Everyday learning process on technology
World Economic Forum
2022 Jun 1
Teaching in Technicolor
“I was a misfit, not book smart,” says Hla Hla Win MC/MPA 2016. After completing ninth grade, Win walked out of her school in Myanmar and didn’t return. Fifteen years later, she walked across the stage at Harvard Kennedy School’s 2016 commencement and into her role as founder and CEO of a social enterprise named 360ed.
2020 Oct 31
Interactive XR Learning Aids in Myanmar and Beyond
Ms. Hla Hla Win, CEO, an educator, is a serial entrepreneur, and received her master’s degree from the Kennedy School at Harvard University, her undergraduate degree in K-12 education from William Penn University and a leadership diploma from East West Center at Hawaii University. She advises both private secondary schools and the Myanmar government on educational innovation.
2021 May 22
Hla Hla Win MC/MPA 2016 is on a mission to educate people in the most difficult-to-reach places
HLA HLA WIN MC/MPA 2016 isn’t a morning person. So when the phone rang at 6:30 am on February 1, she groggily knew that something wasn’t right.
2020 Mar 13
Silicon Valley Technology comes to Myanmar
Ma Hla Hla Win is now the chief executive of 360ed, a social enterprise that helps achieve better education results for students in Myanmar, with the aid of Augmented Reality (AR) and Visual Reality (VR) technology. The Technology is called “Dat Thin Pone” (the digital tablet), and offers a platform from which students can learn science, math and languages via interactive app and flashcards.
2021 May 21
Digital Innovation Award | Hla Hla Win MC/MPA 2016
Each year, HKS honors several outstanding alumni and one alumni network for exceptional public service and significant contributions to the Kennedy School and to local, national, and global communities. These awards are typically presented each year at Reunion on campus—but not during the pandemic. We are excited to announce this year’s recipients and hope you will watch this brief video highlighting their achievements.
2020 Mar 13
Myanmar’s Pride Awards Giving Ceremony
Myanmar’s Pride Award is the recognition of people born in Myanmar or the Myanmar descent who represent Myanmar: presenting Myanmar proudly to the world through their talents and success. This pride is given in recognition of their success and the same times this is also a message that those people deserve to be honored for their contributions in different fields. Giving Myanmar’s Pride Award will also help other people inspire in their works and make Myanmar known to the world.