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 […]

Home Schoolers and Maths Invaders Online

Home Schoolers and Maths Invaders Online

The key to any good resource for home schoolers is usability, accessibility and ease. For students in the school system there is a wide array of options set out for them. For home schoolers, this set of options can sometimes be limited. With Maths Invaders Online we have worked to […]

Savvy Teachers Start Maths Competition

Savvy Teachers Start Maths Competition

The Savvy teachers and students at Dalby State School caught the attention of the staff here at EdAlive with their amazing usage of the program!  Interest was piqued when two classes from the school hit high numbers of questions answered on the Weekly Leaderboard. Eager to know more , Investigative Journalism […]

Visiting Winners for the Maths Challenge

Visiting Winners for the Maths Challenge

Visiting the Under 10s Winners for the Maths Challenge! In November we visited some schools to see how they use Adaptive Learning in Maths Invaders Online. This adaptive learning tests a child’s abilities in maths topics and then gives them questions suited to their skill level. We placed this revolutionary […]

Richmond Primary School Blitzes Maths Skills

Richmond Primary School Blitzes Maths Skills

Mrs Tertipis’ Year 5/6 class from Richmond Primary SA completed 91,328 Maths Invaders questions during the Maths Invaders Online Maths Competition. This is a massive result. On average the 32 students in the class completed around 2,850 maths questions each. Graham East, the CEO of EdAlive, happened to be in […]

Teacher shares their account of a 23 wpm increase in 8 months!

Teacher shares their account of a 23 wpm increase in 8 months!

As this year draws to a close, we reached out to some schools and classes which have shown growth over 2019 through using Typing Tournament Online. Mr Dennis Alexander’s class of 5G at St Mary’s School in Dubbo NSW has shown massive improvement. Over the course of 2019, 5G had an […]

Adding Typing to your Home-schooling Schedule

Adding Typing to your Home-schooling Schedule

When deciding what to put in your home-schooling schedule, many parents look to other home schoolers for advice. “Does it work with more than one child” or “Does it fit the curriculum?“ are some of the questions I heard my own mother ask when home-schooling my siblings and me. To […]

Reviews of Maths Invaders

Reviews of Maths Invaders

Teacher Reviews “Maths Invaders is a game children will enjoy as a means of improving maths skills, a boon to busy teachers and a well-constructed programme of arithmetical skills for home use.” Ken Docksey, Teacher, ICT Coordinator & Assistant Principal, Sandon Primary School “We have been using and recommending Maths […]

Future Innovators Type to Victory

Future Innovators Type to Victory

Meet the Future Innovators The Year 9 Future Innovators class FIN092A (a group of about 20 students) at Kawana Waters State College has been using Typing Tournament since Grade 7 their Digital Solutions classes and it has well prepared them. However, some of the students, who joined Future Innovators this […]

Forrestdale Students Place Third In the World

Forrestdale Students Place Third In the World

Children from Forrestdale Primary School placed third in a worldwide typing competition in term four last year and earnt a trophy for their efforts. About 115 children from the school took part in the competition, which tested more than 300 classes worldwide on their typing skills. The competition had multiple […]