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Mrs Wordsmith - The EdTech startup for kids that's making learning new words a doddle

by: Startacus Admin ~ 9th July 2017
Words. Perhaps we could insert some kind of eloquent, almost poetic sentiment here about how words do stuff and things and are good; however, we didn’t have the benefit of learning from London-based EdTech startup Mrs Wordsmith (not to be confused with Mr Swordsmith, we were mildly disappointed to discover). The team behind Mrs Wordsmith includes professors of linguistics, lecturers in...
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Museum in a Box - replica museum objects in a tiny box

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th February 2017
We are loving the look and sound of Museum in a Box - an edtech company from London who are aiming to increase the accessibility of museums and their objects with an innovative interactive handling box. Intrigued? Museum in a Box  - is pretty much just that. It is a box of miniature objects found in museums from around the world that you can have sent to your school, office or to home. Insid...
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Teacher review site three30.co.uk aims to help teachers make informed career decisions

by: Startacus Admin ~ 17th January 2017
Claudia Lindstrom is a co-Founder at three30.co.uk a new startup that aims to help teachers make informed decisions about their careers. Claudia shares below their current crowdfunding pitch which explains more on the journey of three30.co.uk to date and their plans for the future... "After many years developing the idea, we decided before Christmas that it was the right time for our venture...
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Startup of the Week - Trunkaroo

by: Startacus Admin ~ 31st August 2016
If you’re a parent of a young child, you’ll know only too well how challenging it can sometimes be to keep them entertained and occupied. No matter how hard you try, it’s not always easy to find new and fun activities for your kids to do. However, that need no longer be the case, thanks to our latest Startup of the Week. Trunkaroo is a subscription service aimed at kids aged be...
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5 ways Virtual Reality will shape your Future

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st February 2016
Virtual reality is about to take off in a big way. Not only does Alton Towers have the world’s first virtual reality roller coaster, but Sony’s Playstation VR (previously Project Morpheus) and Facebook’s Oculus Rift, among others, are on the cusp of release and we think they are going to have an impact far beyond twirling a lightsaber about in the next Star Wars game. To fully di...
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Startup of the Week - Azoomee

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th January 2016
If you’re a parent and you’d like your child to be able to explore the internet in a safe, controlled and yet fun way, then our latest startup of the week ought to be right up your street. Azoomee is an innovative new platform which is aiming to be a place “where children can be children online”. The platform which is aimed at primary school children will feature heaps of...
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Startup of the Week - Learner Lane

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd October 2014
For many students, it is not always possible to learn everything they need to at school - additional support in the form of extra tuition is often required. Of course finding a tutor to provide that tuition can be a somewhat difficult task in itself. However thanks to our latest startup of the week, that need no longer be the case. Learner Lane is a new platform which helps students find the perf...
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MicroHackers - Teaching Tech for Creative Kids

by: Startacus Admin ~ 16th October 2014
Kids today are more and more capable with technology than even their previous generation counterparts, and that is only expected to continue well into the future!Mike Harrison from ‘MicroHackers’ is part of a rising trend in educational startups, that seeks to foster this growth and bring a technological future for kids. Hi Mike, so just to get us started, why don’t you tell us ...
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Using Minecraft to Learn Through Games - We Chat to MinecraftEdu

by: Startacus Admin ~ 29th September 2014
The very same day that I had arranged a chat with Santeri Koivisto the Co-owner and CEO of TeacherGaming LLC, the company behind MinecraftEdu, fellow Co-Founder Joel Levin had tweeted “For reference, $2.5 Billion is what it cost to send the Curiosity Rover to Mars.”  That tweet was in reference to the news that Minecraft had been reportedly acquired by Microsoft (heard of ‘...
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Learn new skills with General Assembly and Startacus

by: Startacus Admin ~ 29th September 2014
We are positively over the moon to announce the extension and expansion of our partnership with the lovely folks at General Assembly. From June of this year Startacus members have been able to avail of a brilliant deal allowing us all 3 months free access to GA’s online video learning platform ‘Front Row’ - with no strings whatsoever! For those of you who have never come a...
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