Edublox in the News

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Apr'16

TV Program: ITV’s “Lets Talk” about Dyslexia

The term dyslexia was coined from the Greek words "dys", meaning ill or difficult, and "lexis", meaning word. Spelling and writing, due to their close relationship with reading, are usually also included. Watch ITV's “Let's Talk” on the subject of dyslexia.

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16

Mar'16

Improved School Results Have Spin-off Benefits

At the age of 10, Joshleen Durand from Paarl in the Western Cape is not only defeating dyslexia and dyscalculia but also excelling academically with an overall average of 62.5 percent. Joshleen and other top pupils who received additional reading and learning support after school at Edublox centres around the country celebrated truly amazing academic progress in 2015...

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28

Feb'16

TV Program: MBC1 Featuring Edublox Dubai

A child’s ability to read, learn and do maths effectively lays the foundation for their academic success, which has a far-reaching impact on their future. While learning comes easily to some, children with reading and learning difficulties can find simple school activities to be an overwhelming challenge.

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26

Feb'16

Dealing with Dyslexia

Dyslexia, is it a life-long condition that needs to be diagnosed, or a meaningless description used as an excuse? While that might be a harsh way to look at something that so many pupils and even academics struggle with daily, it is the sort of question that plagues parents when they hear their child might be dyslexic.

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01

Jan'16

Top Tips to Raise a Good Reader

Ensure your child reads aloud to you regularly from a book of her choice. Ask questions to gauge her level of understanding of what she has just read. Monitor the time she spends looking at a screen for educational or recreational purposes, whether it's a TV, computer, tablet or cellphone. Find more tips on raising a good reader...

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29

Nov'15

It’s Report Time Again

The way parents respond to report card results can play an important role in how their children perform in the next school year. Parents should set quality time aside to spend with their child, discussing their performance in 2015 and setting academic goals for 2016.

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30

Sep'15

Parents Urged to Learn More About Reading Difficulties, Dyslexia

“Your child is dyslexic.” A parent’s worst nightmare may be to hear these words. This October, known as Dyslexia Awareness Month, Edublox urges parents to find out more about the reading and learning problems their children may have...

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15

Sep'15

Traditional versus Technological: Tech Solutions Won’t Solve Learning Problems

There’s no doubt that technology is a valuable tool for learning and there are many associated educational benefits, but teachers and parents should be careful to introduce technology as a learning tool at the right time and place according to a child’s needs and ability.

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01

Jul'15

Concentration Can Be Taught To Kids

Improving concentration in children can be achieved not only by using clinically proven natural medicines, but also by exposing them to training in the fundamental cognitive skills that underlie the learning process.

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01

Jul'15

Is Your Child Too Busy?

It's hard to believe that the second half of the academic year is underway. It's time to rethink the way we plan our children's diaries. Too many children are busy going from the one afternoon activity to the next, every day. They hardly have enough time to unstructured play...

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