Edublox Clinics, Research and News

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Feb'16

Meet Marj Arslanian, Educational Practitioner at Edublox Upper Highway in Durban

When you enter Marj’s Edublox Reading and Learning Clinic, you enter a space where the hand and heart of an artist is tangible. Along with her more than 20 years’ experience in helping children with learning difficulties, she utilises her training in fine arts, commercial art and textile design to such an extent that her clinic can only be described as an absolute joy.

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Jan'16

Meet Mareli Swart, Educational Practitioner at Edublox Pretoria North

Mareli had no idea that her career would take such a dramatic turn while she was climbing the corporate ladder of a large construction company years ago. She vividly remembers that life-changing parent-teacher conference when she was told that her son could not concentrate and was therefore unable to learn.

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Jan'16

Surprising Edublox Customer Survey 2015 Results

The surprise with the latest survey is that a 94% positive rating was achieved in response to the question whether school performance has improved. This is an excellent result which is 4% higher than before.

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Nov'15

Profile of Susan du Plessis, Educational Practitioner at Edublox Pretoria East

With extensive research into learning problems, and as a published author and respected media commentator on this subject, Susan realised there was a need to establish specialised centres for helping children overcome learning difficulties and so she opened the first Edublox reading and learning clinic in 2007.

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Nov'15

Meet Monique van Heerden, Practitioner at Edublox West Rand and Edublox Randburg

Two Edublox franchises, one in Randburg and one in Helderkruin in the West Rand, are managed by Monique van Heerden. Monique taught for ten years before deciding to investigate the cognitive development potential of Edublox programmes.

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Oct'15

Meet Marina Wilters, Practitioner at Edublox Potchefstroom

Marina holds a B.Ed Honours (Educational Psychology) degree and is trained as an Integrated Learning Therapy Practitioner; she is a member of the Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa (AMESA) as well as...

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Sep'15

Profile of Lizani Muller, Educational Practitioner at Edublox Polokwane

Passion is the word that epitomises Lizani. It was passion that was the driving force behind her decision to invest in an Edublox reading and learning clinic in 2011. “I have never regretted this decision,” says Lizani. “I just love making a difference in children’s lives."

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Aug'15

Profile of Louna Spies, Educational Practitioner at Edublox Paarl

Louna joined the Edublox family with nine years’ teaching experience. After graduating from Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) in Wellington in 2004, Louna taught at different schools in South Africa and for a number of years...

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Aug'15

Meet Marelize Odendaal, Practitioner at Edublox Pretoria Moot

When Marelize’s son was diagnosed as hyperactive, she embarked on the long and hard road of research into all the theories and every possible method to help her son. “I read everything I could lay my hands on, attended seminars and crossed the doorsteps of more therapists than I can count,” says Marelize....

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Apr'15

Edublox Assists Deaf Learners in Learning and Literacy

Edublox has a long history of improving the learning and literacy abilities of deaf children. Already in 1987 Dr. Wynand de Wet did his practical research for a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology at a school for the deaf...

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