The partnership has been enriched, by providing additional training and support, equivalent to three days, to all schools in Wolverhampton on the LP+ learning platform. The training will focus on teaching and learning using the LP+ platform and trainers will help with school improvement using the LP+ ADOPT maturity model.
Gavin Hawkins from Wolverhampton City Council said that “Through our ongoing partnership, the additional support provided will focus on embedding the LP+ learning platform into teaching and learning as the learning platform has become an essential resource in many schools.”
Learning Possibilities CEO Mehool Sanghrajka commented: “I am delighted to build on this very successful partnership. This new collaboration will ensure schools get maximum benefit from their investment in the LP+ learning platform.”
LP+4 is the latest learning platform from Learning Possibilities. The LP+4 platform is a cloud based solution built on Microsoft technologies and makes it easy to create learning spaces where students collaborate on projects. Integration with online Microsoft web apps means that students learn to use real-world software and are better prepared for the workplace. Most importantly students can access this vibrant learning community from wherever they are, whenever they like through any connected device - bringing learning to their fingertips and into their world.
About Learning Possibilities
Learning Possibilities are the suppliers of LP+4, a learning platform used worldwide. The company has a long and varied history of building and implementing e-learning solutions across a range of countries and cultures, and have developed a wealth of experience and expertise in this field.
In 2010 the LP+ platform won the prestigious BETT ICT Education Partnership Award. Learning Possibilities is also the publisher of the LP+ Adopt e-maturity framework for schools, selected by Becta (UK Department of Education) as the National Model for England. In 2012, Learning Possibilities won the national contract to provide the LP+4 learning platform to all schools in Wales.