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Edublox Online Tutor Explained and Your Questions Answered

Edublox Online Tutor houses a number of cognitive training programs that enable learners to overcome learning obstacles and reach their full potential. Edublox Online Tutor is founded on pedagogical research and 30+ years of experience demonstrating that weak underlying foundational skills account for the majority of learning difficulties...

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Reading Tutor at a Glance

Ever wondered what the difference is between Development Tutor and Reading Tutor? Check out this infographic of what Reading Tutor entails.

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Development Tutor: A Concise Guide

Does the Edublox Online Tutor Development Tutor product seem like a lot of information to process? Here's what you need to know.

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HowtoHomeschool.net’s Review of Edublox Online Tutor

Have you heard of Edublox Online Tutor? I did a little research recently, and I discovered that the company offers online multi-sensory programs that help students improve their concentration, processing, memory and reasoning skills. Read our Edublox review and learn how their programs also improves students’ performance in reading, spelling, writing, and math.

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Edublox Online Tutor Reviewed on HowtoHomeschool.net!

Edublox Online Tutor, the multisensory cognitive training programs from Edublox, recently received a favorable review from the international homeschooling website, How to Homeschool.

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Dyslexia Awareness Month: Busting the Old Myths about Dyslexia

International Dyslexia Awareness Month is observed annually during October and aims to unite like-minded organisations in sharing knowledge and resources about dyslexia with parents, teachers and the general public. In support of this initiative, Edublox examines how early research has contributed to many misconceptions about dyslexia, and also busts a few common myths about this learning problem.

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Elih’s Story on ‘Just Plain Drive’ with Darren Scott

Get the tissues ready before listening to this podcast of Just Plain Drive, Wingz of Change with Darren Scott, Elih's mom and Elih. Elih fell in a pool at the age of 20 months. Listen to the story of his road to recovery, in which Edublox is playing a major part.

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The Importance of Spelling and Handwriting in a Digital Age

It's a fair question for parents to consider: Why should my child learn to master the skills of spelling and handwriting in a world governed by spell checkers and keyboards? Isn't the mere notion of teaching these skills as archaic as attempting to master trigonometry without the use of a scientific calculator?

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Audiblox Has Been Updated and Upgraded to Edublox Online Tutor!!

Edublox Online Tutor (EOT) houses a number of multisensory brain-training programs that enables learners to overcome learning obstacles and reach their full potential. EOT is founded on pedagogical research and 30 years of experience demonstrating that weak underlying cognitive skills — concentration, perception, memory and logical thinking — account for the majority of learning difficulties...

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We Are Now Live!

The Edublox Online Tutor team is elated to announce that we are now officially live with our online learning program -- and you are now able to buy 3-month, 6-month and 12-month packages for our Development Tutor and Reading Tutor programs!

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Which Edublox Online Tutor Program Is Right for My Child?

Edublox Online Tutor is designed to awaken the genius in every child through multi-sensory cognitive solutions tailored to the specific needs of children between 7 and 13 years. Edublox Development Tutor and Edublox Reading Tutor are currently in development:

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Breaking News: Edublox’s Development Tutor Went Live!

Edublox's Development Tutor went live on March 15, 2017. Development Tutor addresses the cognitive skills that are foundational to reading, spelling, Mathematics and learning as such. Skills include 1.) focused and sustained attention, 2.) visual and auditory processing, 3.) visual, auditory, iconic, sequential, short-term and working memory, and 4.) logical thinking.

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