Convert 3 hours work into 6 months progress with Baggin’ the Dragon Maths

Convert 3 hours work into 6 months progress with Baggin’ the Dragon Maths

Get the dragon by the tail to fire up maths progress Combining a deep understanding of learning theory and classroom practice with innovative technology is at the heart of EdAlive’s suite of learning websites.  Our research ensures that our products deliver the best and continue to improve.  A new study of student progression […]

Home School Families say “Yes!” to EdAlive Central!

Home School Families say “Yes!” to EdAlive Central!

EdAlive Central prides itself in making our products accessible and usable by students from all walks of life, whether they be in private, public or home school education. Recently we asked the Home School Review Crew, an American Home-Schooling group, to take a look at EdAlive Central. This is our ground-breaking […]

Read for Life Uganda uses EdAlive Fonts to boost Literacy

Read for Life Uganda uses EdAlive Fonts to boost Literacy

Aussie School Fonts Plus has been inside classrooms across Australia since its release in 2013. With fonts for every state and territory and fonts for the indigenous languages of Anangu and Yougnu it’s not hard to see why. What may be surprising to learn, though, is that the Australian Fonts […]

NAPLAN Online Causes Re-examination

NAPLAN Online Causes Re-examination

The overview of general capabilities as provided by ACARA is essentially just an overview. Like most of the capabilities it uses broad language in order to empower teachers to determine how capabilities are developed within their school’s particular context. Two or more different forms of work may achieve the same […]

Speed Dial:  Connecting your Students to Success in Maths

Speed Dial: Connecting your Students to Success in Maths

Maths fact fluency  Improving recall speed in times tables and other maths facts is an important indicator that this knowledge is being reinforced.  By following a well-designed and precisely targeted program of revision to follow on from content instruction, recall speeds can approach and attain automaticity – rapid, effortless recall.  This is vital […]

Home Safety for Kids

Home Safety for Kids

Home Safety Measures while Homeschooling With many uncertainties surrounding the Global Pandemic, parents are skeptical about sending their children back into schools for the next session. Homeschooling is a perfect alternative for your child(ren) to still get the necessary education they need. Learning in a familiar environment with an up-to-date […]

The Role of Gaming in Online Adaptive Learning

The Role of Gaming in Online Adaptive Learning

During the past few years, various forms of gaming have been gradually used for educational purposes in schooling environments around the globe. While more dedicated research tying gaming to enhanced school performance is still necessary, this does not seem to be an impediment in many countries. Many schooling institutions, teachers, […]

Real help for Struggling Maths Students – Validated by Research

Real help for Struggling Maths Students – Validated by Research

Why do some students struggle with maths? And what can be done to help them?  Definitive answers to these questions could certainly change the world and maybe even win a Nobel Prize.  Sadly, no one seems to be putting their hand up just yet.  Conducting high quality research in education is expensive and […]

New content released EdAlive websites

New content released EdAlive websites

Extant and ongoing capacity to create new content EdAlive retains all of the expertise, tools and resources used to create our original library of content. Thus EdAlive is able to modify and extend the range and scope of our offerings by creating new activities. This capability is demonstrated by our […]

Using Learning Theory to Help Our Students

Using Learning Theory to Help Our Students

At EdAlive we strive to build the very best in online learning websites that employ sound theory to promote learning.   Automaticity is a key to learning  We know that learning a new skill requires repetition.  With modern brain-scanning techniques, researchers can observe that the first few exposures to new information leads to a new neural connection being made.   […]