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Graham East Heads North

Our CEO, Graham East, recently travelled from our humble home in Armidale, New South Wales to visit various Queensland schools to obtain staff and student feedback about Maths Invaders Online. During these visits Graham observed classes from Eight Mile Plains State School, Nambour Christian College, Ormeau State School, Redlands College and Thulimbah State School, all of whom were using Maths Invaders Online. The students, some only having just been exposed to Maths Invaders Online, computed their way through various mathematical questions and levels under the watchful study of Mr East. The observations by Graham and valued feedback from both students and teachers are now being used to polish, add to and improve aspects of Maths Invaders Online.

Creating relevant educational software has always meant scrutinising programs against real world classroom application. Since its early inception as New Horizons Educational Computing Services in 1987 EdAlive has always aimed to supply schools with relevant educational software. From his early professional background as a middle primary teacher to present day , Graham has always been committed to the highest standards in education. Our genuine concern and investment in quality education does not stop with our CEO either, with a majority of staff having professional backgrounds in Education. We find that this tailored expertise alongside our personable approach separates EdAlive from other competing Educational software companies.

Want to be part of improving Educational Software for Students or simply want to get in touch?

Here at EdAlive we value feedback and love visiting schools. If you’d like to be involved in some product testing or have some feedback for us – please contact us!

Enquiries –

edalive@edalive.com

or

(free call)

AUS – 1800 023 069

NZ – 0800 445 115

 

Special thanks to the staff and students of-

*Eight Mile Plains State School

*Nambour Christian College

*Ormeau State School

* Redlands College

*Thulimbah State School

 

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