Edublox Research

02

Nov'18

Research Project on Auditory Memory: The Overlooked Learning Skill Deficiency

Sixty-four Grade 2 students were randomly divided into three groups: the first group completed 28 hours of Edublox's Development Tutor over three weeks; a second group was exposed to standard computer games, while a third group continued with schoolwork...

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13

Feb'18

Edublox Annual Client Survey Results 2017

For the last eight 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...

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03

Feb'17

Edublox Annual Client Survey Results 2016 In a Nutshell

For the last seven 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.

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22

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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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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05

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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20

May'14

Research Study: Edublox Improves Processing Speed of ADHD and Dyslexic Students

Educational specialist Dr Lee DeLorge in Ohio tested the effect of an Edublox program on processing speed. Sixty-seven students aged 5 to 18 with ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia and non-specific learning disabilities participated in her study. Ninety-four percent of the learners improved significantly. Results were as follows...

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25

Nov'13

Edublox Research Study: Improving Visual Memory and Visual Sequential Memory

The mean Visual Memory Skills Test POST score across both groups was significantly higher than the mean Visual Memory Skills Test PRE score. The mean score across both groups improved from 6.2 years to 7.5 years (i.e. 1.3 years after 22.5 hours of training).

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29

Jul'11

Studies Show Edublox Increases IQ Scores

The group who did Edublox were tutored simultaneously for 27.5 hours between April and August of that year, and showed an increase of 11.625 in non-verbal IQ scores, from an average of 101.125 to an average of 112.75. The group who did not receive cognitive training showed an increase of 4.625, from an average of 104.25 to an average of 108.875.

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