In this quarter of 2021, we welcomed 15 new members to the EduGrowth community. These members are individually contributing to the growth of the sector and are passionate about innovating education solutions for learners around the world.
ATAR Survival Guide’s mission is to be a universal platform that improves student results through effective and attentive study solutions provided at an attainable cost. They have a substantial online presence attracting 50,000 annual users to high-quality education resources in Accounting, Applied Information Technology and Economics, with resources in Mathematics emerging soon.
Brighter Australia is a dynamic Australian company dedicated to developing state-of-the-art interactive technology that engages the learner and improves collaboration. Their objective is to enable successful collaboration wherever people share ideas, such as classrooms, lecture halls and meetings.
Grade Matter addresses the problems inherent in universities’ end of session grading processes. It provides tools to reduce the workload of educators during grade submission and increase quality, consistency, and transparency of grades across the institution.
Hackersjack safe and secure cyber security while playing interactive, interesting games. Kids from 7 years to teen, their gaming platform provides an in-depth training to tackle threats from various aspects. Their games are engaging, evolving and provides a proactive approach on how to handle cyber threats.
ManezCo Pty. Ltd. is an EdTech startup based in Western Australia. They’re modernising education to suit the needs of all, through an engaging, student-centric, academically backed platform.
PeopleBench helps school Systems, Boards, Principals, and HR Managers to Build Better School Workforces. Through their school workforce research, on-line benchmarking platform & Community of Practice, they help school leaders to use an evidence base—as well as their intuition—to develop and implement high-impact workforce strategies.
Quant+ is a machine that analyses data from trillions of ads to produce creative for the education industry. These highly intelligent, data centric ads are called Quant+ Predictive Creative! These ads give your campaign the highest probability of success.
TriByte provides an interactive video platform to enhance learner engagement and learning outcomes. It provides tools to upload/aggregate content from various sources, enhance, share and interact on videos and other learning content for content creators. It provides the same user experience across devices, anywhere and anytime with or without internet.
Tinker Steps is a 3D printing service designed for teachers and classrooms. Through their free and innovative project management system, students can submit their 3D printing files to their website, which will automatically check the submissions against preset cost and dimension constraints set by the teacher. Teachers can choose to print through Tinker Steps — and can print and deliver class projects Australia wide within 2 – 5 business days.
Spill the Beans is on a mission to inspire, be inspired by and learn from kids around the world. Spill the Beans (it’s like TED Talks for kids, by kids) was created to help kids find their purpose and to give them a platform to use their voice. Their events give young people a voice through its key initiatives in school, in business, in the boardroom and at the dinner table.
Zenva is trusted by over 1 million learners and developers. They provide world-class training on in-demand programming skills covering game development, machine learning, virtual reality and full-stack web development. Their mission is to help people succeed in their coding careers and hobbies. Their e-learning platform Zenva Academy is the leading place to upskill, learn and gain key tech skills for the innovation economy.