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Typing Tournament Winners

This term, 1/2 Green students have enjoyed practising their computer skills using programs and software such as Kid Pix and Microsoft Word. Students have also used Typing Tournament to practise their typing skills and proper finger placement on the keyboard. During one of their computer sessions, 1/2 Green typed the

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Words Rock Online top voted amongst Homeschoolers

Each year, home school groups across the world get together to vote for their favourite learning resources. One such group is The Old Schoolhouse with their yearly Blue Ribbon Awards. These awards are the top voted educational resources by the Homeschool Review Crew, who try out and review various online

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Boost Maths Age by 6 months in just 3 hours

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

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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

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Double Maths Fact recall speed in just one term

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

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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

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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.  

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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

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Rocky River Public School – 23nd June 2021

Rocky River Public School – near Armidale Rocky River Public School is located in a small rural hamlet close to Armidale, the home or EdAlive. Brad Hunt the Principal of the school has been a long term user of EdAlive websites across a range of small schools located in the

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Rowena Public School – 22nd June 2021

Rowena Public School – 660 Kms NW of Sydney It’s quite a drive out to Rowena Public School located just south of the Queensland Border and some 660 Kms NW of Sydney. The long drive was well worth it for Graham to see the school using Typing Tournament so earnestly

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