The British School in Colombo, launched their Teaching with Technology Program recently.
In January, The British School in Colombo piloted the Learning Management System (LMS) LP+365 with the aid of Tech One’s support, training, and implementation program. Recently, the school launched the use of the technology in a prestigious event. Fellow educators and government representatives were invited to see the journey of the students and teachers in the adoption of these technologies.
LP+365 was developed in partnership by Learning Possibilities, the providers of the All Wales National Learning Platform and Microsoft to transform the education market in Asia.
It is hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud and transforms Microsoft Office 365 into an education focused collaborative and creative learning tool.
CEO of Tech One Global, Lars Jeppesen, said, “We have been pioneering digital transformation in the Asia Pacific region for over a decade and the success at educational institutions such as the British School Colombo, prove that digital transformation brings about educational impact that is necessary for future generations. LP+365 is a dynamic and intuitive LMS engaging learners and preparing them for the future.” Education and Partner Director, Microsoft Asia Pacific, Rani Burchmore said, “The British School, Colombo is a strong example of how educational institutions should be taking technology forward in their teaching and learning.” CEO of Learning Possibilities, Dr. Mehool Sanghrajka said, “We are a social enterprise and at our heart is a passion to allow children to be the best they possibly can.”
Education Solution Specialist, Microsoft Asia Pacific, Lalit Mohan said, “The impact our partners have brought with Microsoft technologies is an example to the region. The possibilities are endless and the opportunities provided to learners are unparalleled.”