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Forbes – One In Five U.S. Teachers Lacked The Technology To Teach Remotely

We were mentioned in this great piece by Forbes writer, Derek Newton, about the technological preparation for and adaptation to teaching and learning during the pandemic.Check out out the article on Forbes for yourself! https://www.forbes.com/sites/dereknewton/2021/11/29/one-in-five-us-teachers-lacked-the-technology-to-teach-remotely/?sh=402ea88e4feb

January 5th, 2022|

People of Kuato: Janie Dang

People of Kuato: Janie Dang Janie Dang is one of the latest brilliant additions to join the Kuato team. Coming from the Kickstart Scheme, Janie now works as a 3D animator at our studio in London. 1) What do you do at Kuato Studios? My passion in life is all about creating fun animations that tell a story. This recently led me to become a 3D Animator at Kuato Studios. My main role is to bring different characters to life so that they can be played within our games. 2) How did you get into your role? I graduated with 1st Class Honours in 3D Animation and Games from univeristy. I devoted my last academic year specifically to character animation. After that, I freelanced and volunteered as a character animator for a short period of time. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was very difficult finding jobs in London. That’s [Read More]

December 17th, 2021|

New research into children’s education post-pandemic finds glaring gap between engagement levels and tech-enabled teaching

VR and robots will have major role in the classroom but we must solve the engagement issue, say teachers across the UK and US  New research into children’s education post-pandemic finds glaring gap between engagement levels and tech-enabled teaching   18th November 2021, London: New research published today from edtech gaming studio, Kuato Studios, has found that 18 months since nationwide lockdowns began, the top priority for teachers across the UK and US is bridging the gap between decreasing children’s engagement levels and using tech effectively in the classroom. The research surveyed 1000 parents and 600 primary/elementary teachers across the UK and US. When asked about the biggest challenges they faced during the pandemic, half of teachers in the UK and US admitted struggling to meet individual needs in the virtual classroom, while over a third (36%) in the UK and almost half (46%) in the US struggled to properly [Read More]

November 18th, 2021|

People of Kuato: Transforming Ideas into Designs with Gordie

People of Kuato: Transforming Ideas into Designs with Gordie                                                              Gordie's role as Head of New Product Development has help to transform brilliant game ideas into exciting and usable products. He helps ideas become a reality as he continues to work on many of Kuato's upcoming games and projects. 1) What do you do at Kuato Studios? My job is a very enjoyable and challenging role which we call Head of New Product Development. I get to pick from all the wonderful experiments the team produces and decide which things we'll turn into a product. I then get to work with our talented team and external partners to craft great games from the foundation up. The most exciting part for me [Read More]

November 2nd, 2021|

Kuato Studios Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Kuato Studios Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary   We recently celebrated our 10th anniversary at Kuato Studios, a milestone we’re extremely proud of.  Well, there's no better time to take a moment to look back and reflect on how fortunate we've been over the past decade to work in such an exciting and fast-moving business and with such a talented team. We have all been reminiscing this week about our most treasured memories. Since our company’s inception, we’ve kept our vision at the forefront - to make the ‘best learning games’ where children can learn through play. Our values of creating engaging games and apps to help children improve their literacy skills have been integrated in the 20 games we’ve developed to date... and we’re just getting started.  We’ve partnered with entertainment giants such as Marvel, Disney, DreamWorks and ITV to create award-winning, learning-based games such as Marvel Hero Tales, Disney [Read More]

October 22nd, 2021|
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