The world’s premier provider of hybrid digitized learning solutions ClassIn has finally reached the Philippine shores and is bringing a complete platform that blends the benefits of traditional classroom teaching and state-of-the-art technology.

A platform whose goal is to empower both educators and learners alike, ClassIn bridges geographical barriers, establishes reciprocal and immersive virtual classrooms, and improves learning involvement with leading features and functionalities.

Following a demo during its launch at The Blueleaf Events Pavilion in McKinley Hill in June, stakeholders laid witness to the program’s features, which include real-time student and teacher interaction, interactive whiteboards, multimedia inclusion, and a solid assessment system.

Not only were the attendees able to view ClassIn in person, but they also managed to gain hands-on experience with the program, getting a feel for its promise of a dynamic and engaging educational environment.

Globalization Vice President Ted Mo Chen declared his excitement with ClassIn’s entry into the Philippines, which he described as a nation that is “known for its rich educational heritage.”

Taking part in the event are a handful of executives from across the globe who flew to the Philippines to celebrate the platform’s momentous occasion as panelists. Namely, Business Development Lead Yuekun Li; Global Operations Director Aori Genle; Sales and Partnerships Manager Chris Liu; Global Marketing Director Zhengyang Cui; and ClassIn PH Country Manager Kerwin J. Presiados.


Keen on further expansions, ClassIn announced its plans for collaborations with popular educational organizations and institutions, in a bid also to provide advanced learning solutions to students and education all over the nation.

Through its goals, ClassIn hopes to boost its influence and reach a broader audience, which would comprise students of all ages as well as backgrounds.

With a system so robust as well as a strong commitment to excellence, ClassIn is poised to mold Philippine education by giving access to high-quality learning to students, wherever they may be in the world.

This article, ClassIn brings its hybrid learning service to the Philippines, was originally published at NoypiGeeks | Philippines Technology News, Reviews and How to’s.