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Apr'17

Edublox Explained in a Nutshell

Learning is like building a house. The first step is to lay a foundation. Unless there is a strong and solid foundation, cracks will soon appear in the walls, and with no foundation, the walls will collapse. In the same way one needs to lay a proper foundation before it becomes possible for a child to benefit from a course in reading, writing and arithmetic...

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06

May'21

Study: What Eye Movements of Those with Dyslexia Reveal

Researchers have long noted that readers with dyslexia employ eye movements that are significantly different from non-dyslexics. While these movements have been studied in small sample sizes in the past, a paper written by Concordia researchers and published in the Nature journal Scientific Reports looks at a much larger group.

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05

May'21

Why Visual Memory Matters

Visual memory involves the ability to store and retrieve previously experienced visual sensations and perceptions when the stimuli that originally evoked them are no longer present. Various researchers have stated that as much as eighty percent of all learning takes place through the eye with visual memory existing as a crucial aspect of learning.

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05

May'21

Disleksie: Kenmerke, Tipes, Oorsake en Hulp

Wat is disleksie? Is omkerings die enigste kenmerk van disleksie? Hoe lyk disleksie? Hoeveel mense het disleksie? Wat is die emosionele impak van disleksie? Is disleksie ongeneeslik? Wat veroorsaak disleksie? Is disleksie dan nie oorerflik nie? Het Einstein disleksie gehad?

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05

May'21

Brain Teasers: Count the Squares and Triangles

A brain teaser is a type of riddle that makes one think outside the box. Some brain teasers are easy, some are a little harder, and some can make you ponder for a while. Often, when you finally hear the answer, you feel ignorant or silly, because it should have been obvious to you. However, brain teasers are fun for young and old.

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04

May'21

14 Facts and Myths About Dyslexia

Where does the term dyslexia come from? How common is the problem? Is dyslexia tied to IQ? Does the dyslexic’s brain differ from the normal reader’s brain?

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04

May'21

What to Do When You Can’t Remember

What do you do when you can’t remember a word? It’s right on the tip of your tongue but you can’t quite recall it no matter how hard you try. This can be a frustrating experience for anyone, particularly if you’re talking to someone important and you need to convey important information.

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03

May'21

Ten Steps to Writing a Good Research Paper

To write a good research paper, you must be specific about your topic, know what you want to say, and say it effectively. Following these ten steps will help you write a good research paper.

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03

May'21

Study: Children with Dyslexia Show Stronger Emotional Responses

Children diagnosed with dyslexia show greater emotional reactivity than children without dyslexia, according to a study by UC San Francisco …

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01

Mar'21

Video: Closing the Gap – “Matthew Effect” in Learning Disabilities

You've heard the saying "the rich get richer and the poor get poorer". The same is true for learning – those with learning difficulties face a growing academic achievement gap when compared to other learners. This is known as the Matthew Effect and is the subject of the next episode in our Short Video Series.

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22

Jan'21

Edublox Annual Client Survey Results 2020

For the last couple of years, Edublox has conducted an annual online client survey to help us measure our performance as a business and the quality and results of our educational programmes. One of the key questions that we ask each year is whether a child’s academic performance improved at school; from each year’s results we can make important decisions to help us improve our customer experience.

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