Thanks to social media, it has never been easier for individuals and companies to connect with a large audience directly, shaping and communicating their message in their own words rather than having it interpreted through traditional gatekeepers of media. However, as many have discovered, just because it’s easy to connect with an audience doesn’t mean […]
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Education has always been a strong contributor to the bottom line of the Australian economy as well as one of this countries greatest exports.
The key challenges that would eventually lead to the closing of Sydney company Our Little Foxes were chronicled in a documentary series, Dream Academy.
“It was so obvious the team was so much more excited about tackling this new problem that’s now Tayble than keep beating down the path of Deal Tap.”
Arludo’s games are focused on teaching students using immersive modern game elements, such as augmented reality, focusing on subjects like biology.
Smart Sparrow has announced the closing of a AU$5.3 million Series C round to expand its technology to cater for increase in online courses in the US.
Connect Education is offering students an online platform that allows them to completing practice work developed and guided by graduate students.
Tutor Scooter is an online platform allowing parents to find and book qualified tutors across a range of grades and subjects.
Gamified learning app Quitch reminds students outside the classroom via push notifications to answer timed quiz questions based on their coursework.
Providing parents an easy way to introduce STEM to their kids, Amazon has launched STEM Club, a monthly subscription box filled with STEM toys.
InternMe allows companies to post targeted roles and then track the progress of the intern with the goal to stop the cycle of needing experience to get experience.
While it would be fair to expect that students learn everything they need to from their classroom teachers, the reality is that tutoring has become a part of the daily ritual for many – and it doesn’t stop at high school.
In the immortal words of Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue, the kids are alright. In fact, despite the stereotype of the lazy millennial, young people do want to learn and work — and they can even teach older people a thing or two.