April 20, 2020
Grade One English Learning App
Such great news to start a first working day in the Myanmar new year.
UNESCO has shared our #Datthinpone
Grade one English language app with learners around the world. I am so proud of my team for making Augmented Reality learning tools accessible to learners around the world.
March 8, 2020
Panel Discussion of Career Choice and Career Advancement
360ed is a company that produces Augmented Reality (AR) 3D visualization technology to use educational mobile learning devices to make children more interested in learning by using mobile phones and tablets.
"Pioneer is only good when he hears it." That's not the case, says CEO of 360ed To be a successful person in the future For those who are passionate about it, this is a quote from Eleven Broadcasting's "Career Choices and Livelihoods" forum.
This plan is sponsored by KBZ BANK as the main Sponsor.
January 28, 2020
The Education Development Implementation Conference 2020
The Education Development Implementation Conference 2020 (Basic Education Sector) was held at Myanmar International Convention Centre -II (MICC-II) in Nay Pyi Taw at 10:00 am on 28 January 2020, and the State Counsellor of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Daw Aung San Suu Kyi attended the ceremony and delivered the opening speech. Together with education and technology, we have been able to showcase our one-on-one support with our 360ed curriculum support in the reform of Myanmar's education system
December 23, 2019
Promoting Civic Engagement through Entrepreneurship
We are part of the 360ed Tutorial Team to help transform education On May 13, 2019, the international education and technology exchange workshop was held in Myitkyina.
Similarly, if the region is invited to a seminar on education, we are ready to meet with the 360ed Technical Advisory Board.
March 5 , 2020
Myanmar Pride Awards 2019
360ed won the best in business award yesterday by Myanmar Pride Awards.
Many many happy returns of the day, happy birthday to you, many many happy returns of the day.
Thank you for supporting us to continue our goal in Myanmar's education transformation process called augmented reality.
This prize is not the only 360ed company. We celebrate the efforts of every group family, people from far away, money, time, Technical Investors, donors and all our business partners and colleagues.
As a whole business award includes teachers, students, parents, and educational colleagues, we also co-workers who support the whole business award.
Thank you to all the members of the Myanmar Pride Awards Award awards and the members of the Myanmar Pride Awards Award for the 360ed family who voted for the 360ed family.
Thank you to everyone for accepting a second-appreciated medicine of 2020, proudly accepted and thank you to all for your new efforts to keep a trip.
March 5, 2020
The Next generation of education aids in Myanmar
The Union Minister for Education Dr. Myo Thein Gyi and Directors of Ministry warmly received U Yan Min Aung, Managing Director, Daw Hla Hla Win, Chief Executive Director and Mr. David Hytha, consultant of 360ed Visioneering Learning at the lobby of the Union Minister's Office on 27 January 2020. We are sincerely to sponsor more mobile applications with Augmented Reality Learning Technology for all grade level to develop education of Myanmar. We have been remarked by Minister that we have been meeting with the next generation of education aids in Myanmar.
March 15, 2020
Edutech start-up 360ed collaborates with MPride for educational reforms in Myanmar
More than 2500 million kyats were invested, and 360ed and MPride teamed up to launch the Flash Card and Mobile applications for the Novotel Hotel on March 15 at the Novotel Hotel.
The event aims at introducing flash cards and mobile applications designed to help students learn English through lessons taught in English from the second to the fifth grade. It is possible to upgrade.
January 31, 2020
Engineering students from University of Sydney visiting 360ed
Today, we receive engineering students and faculty members from the University of Sydney, Australia at our office. We shared how 360ed’s work is taking a part in the Myanmar education reform process and making impacts to the learners and teachers in Myanmar and beyond. Thanks to Dr. Anitha and team from Authentica (Academic Programme Provider based in India) for arranging the visit and Ko Okkar from Impact Hub Myanmar for making the introduction of 360ed in the first place
January 15, 2020
“Resilience amidst risk”
“Resilience amidst risk”
Hall of the Ministry of Planning Affairs, Financial, Industry and published twice a year with the formation of the World Bank Myanmar Economic Report (December 2019), the Steering Committee for the
“Resilience amidst risk” between the economy of Burma, with the title of" the next meeting on January 14, 2020 Held at the Hilton Hotel in Naypyidaw.
U Zaya Thu (CEO, The Voice News Journal), Daw Hla Hla Win (CEO, 360ed ); Zaw Naing Tin (CEO, DaiIchiMyanmar Life Insurance) Zaw Naing (DG, Financial Regulatory Department)
We have recently listed Myanmar's economic development with the theme "Resilience amidst risk”.
They discussed and discussed economic issues and policy issues selected by the respective sectors.
We would like to thank the responsible officials of the World Bank (MEM) for inviting our beautiful 360ed's CEO Daw Hla Hla Win at the Myanmar Economic Monitor (MEM).
Pilot project seeks to apply virtual reality to education
2016 Nov 29
by SU MYAT MON | FRONTIER
YANGON — Educational software developer 360ed will launch a pilot in Myanmar in early January aimed at harnessing technology to improve the standard of teaching.
The project will target both public and private schools, said 360ed co-founder Daw Hla Hla Win.
Burmese female tech pioneer reshapes the future of education and women
2018 May 18
There are two types of luxury that Myanmar cannot afford: time and resources. For 50 years, during the military times, education was used to brainwash and manipulate the population to impose the absolute obedience to the authorities, starting from classrooms. The other luxury we cannot afford are resources. The textbooks that I used 20 years ago are the same nowadays from grade 7 to grade 10. Those textbooks are terrible.
The Role of Entrepreneurship inClosing Gender Gapsin Myanmar
We believe that entrepreneurship can be a powerful force to drive social change and to close gender gaps sustainably and inclusively. Thus, in Myanmar, we have launched a new initiative called the Gender Equality in Myanmar (GEM) project to support entrepreneurs and expand innovative business models that can benefit women and girls. GEM is the newest addition to our programs to support women entrepreneurs and inclusive businesses, to close gender gaps and to empower women and girls in Southeast Asia
Teaching in Technicolor
2022 Jun 1
by Alumna Transforms Myanmar Education with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
“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.
Hla Hla Win MC/MPA 2016 is on a mission to educate people in the most difficult-to-reach places
2021 May 22
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.
Introducing Hla Hla Win and Laurent Boinot of 360edVR (EdTech)
2017 Jan 28
Our second profile is of Hla Hla Win and Laurent Boinot of 360edVR, a startup that aims to conduct teacher training via virtual reality (VR). 360edVR’s content is not focused on subject matter expertise, but rather the pedagogy on how to teach. They use a 360 camera to film experienced teachers; teachers from all around the world (think Myanmar) can immerse themselves in content to truly understand what it means to be a great educator!
Sex-ed in the digital era
2019 Aug 30
by Nyo Me
Sex education remains relatively underdeveloped in Myanmar. Moreover, some false information even circulates across social media. “Misinformation is serious. Some teenagers still believe, for instance, that girl can become pregnant just by sitting next to boys or by swimming in dirty water,” said Daw Hla Hla Win, the mother of a four-and-a-half-year-old daughter.
Myanmar's startups map past, shape future with virtual reality
2017 Aug 23
"In Myanmar we can't afford much to bring students to the real world experience," beamed Hla Hla Win, a teacher and tech entrepreneur taking virtual reality into the classroom.
"If they're learning about animals we can't take them to the zoo... 99 percent of parents don't have time, don't have money, don't have the means," she added.
Digital Innovation Award | Hla Hla Win MC/MPA 2016
2021 May 21
by Harvard Kennedy School
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.
Tech could help Myanmar smash sex taboos as rapes rise
by Beh Lih Yi
Key to her work is augmented reality (AR): ever more popular globally in everything from arts to flight training. Under AR, digital images are superimposed on reality to create a rich, interactive experience that combines real and virtual worlds. In Myanmar, 360ed uses AR in a series of apps it has developed since 2016 to help students better visualise complex subjects such as chemistry and biology. Her project on sex education, named “Bay Kin” or “Danger Free”, was launched in August soon after the child-rape case ignited national debate about sex, safety, children and consent.
Strategies for supporting inclusive innovation: insights from South-East Asia
Innovation is not neutral: it has both a rate and, crucially, a direction. The style of innovation frequently touted as the answer is often not inclusive at all – it can exacerbate social and economic inequality and have unintended environmental consequences.