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Help for Learning Problems

04

Oct'16

Learning Disabilities Clarified: Learning is a Skill

The subject of this discussion, that learning is a skill, is apparently one of those ideas that are generally regarded as self-evident. Most people, however, do not seem to realise the implications involved.

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04

Oct'16

Help for Children with Learning Difficulties

In modern Western society mastery of basic academic skills — reading, writing and arithmetic — is a necessary prerequisite for success in both school and employment settings and society at large. However, due to learning difficulties, the futures of many children are put in jeopardy.

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21

Sep'16

Overcoming Learning Failure

Our research has consistently shown that if children do not learn to understand language, to read and write, to calculate and reason mathematically, to solve problems, and to communicate their ideas and perspectives, their opportunities for a fulfilling and rewarding life are seriously compromised.

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25

May'16

Overcoming a Reading and Learning Disability

While there is no ‘quick-fix’ for learning failure and learning difficulties, our intensive 1-on-1 course has proved to accelerate results and will help your child take a giant leap forward! The duration of the course is 10 days, and is offered from Monday – Friday, daily from 08h00 – 13h30.

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13

Oct'12

TV Documentary, Mother of All Professions, SABC 2: Overcoming Learning Difficulties

Edublox helps learners READ, LEARN and ACHIEVE. Our multisensory brain-training programmes enable them to overcome reading difficulties and other learning obstacles, assisting them to become life-long learners and empowering them to realize their highest educational goals. View Mother of All Professions’ feature on Edublox.

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20

Mar'09

Read, Learn, Achieve: Effective Help for Reading and Learning Difficulties

Does your child have a learning difficulty? Is your child battling to concentrate, or is his memory poor? Does he read slowly and hesitantly, or does he read with poor comprehension? Does he confuse letters like b and d? Does he spell words as they sound, for example "rite" for "right"? Is he struggling to reach his full potential?

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