David Modlin has almost 30 years’ experience in publishing and education technology.
David Modlin’s eLearning Solutions creates dictionaries, books, e-learning content and software.
David Modlin’s eLearning Solutions is used by more than 20 000 schools, institutions and companies around the world.
David Modlin’s eLearning Solutions produced content for some of the world’s largest educational publishers.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
I used to tutor people after school, using a very specific methodology. I put all this in a book.— David Modlin
The application we recently launched is underpinned by work I started 31 years ago.— David Modlin
We have a very huge crisis in South Africa. Only 20% of students take maths in matric. 53% of that 20% got less than 30%.— David Modlin
It’s not just about the technology, but also about the content.— David Modlin
All of the content is written in South Africa.— David Modlin
The technology is built by a team of people I manage in Belarus.— David Modlin
I have been offered money for this. But I don’t want to discuss this with you on air!— David Modlin
You can get the app on the Google app store. Just type in “Modlin” and it’ll come up.— David Modlin
Recommendedby NEWSROOM AI
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Nkazi Sokhulu, co-founder and CEO at credit life insurance provider Yalu.
14 million South Africans go hungry every day. Bruce Whitfield interviews Andy Du Plessis, Managing Director at FoodForward SA.
Meet Tiffini Wissing; learn about her wildly successful business that provides safe and reliable transport to scholars in Gauteng.
Clamber Club started very small, with a R20 000 loan. Today there are 52 franchises across South Africa (and one in Australia).
The Executive Director of Maths Centre is on a mission to “restore the gaps in our miserably inadequate education system”.
From potential tennis pro to Absa’s youngest ever board member; the inspiring tale one of the busiest people in South Africa.
Eyewitness News reporter Shamiela Fisher gives a summary of the court proceedings for Sean Davison.
Callers on the Eusebius McKaiser Show discuss the ConCourt's ruling to decriminalize dagga.
Prof Jonathan Jansen sings Volmink's praises as Dan Plato is elected to lead the City of Cape Town taking over from De Lille.
International law enforcement expert and former Drug Unit Commander Lobo das Neves says ruling opens a different can of worms.
Laat die dansvloer brand! The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Afrikaans musician Kurt Darren.
Associate Professor of Law at Wits University James Grant says the ConCourt did not define what private use was.
Spokesperson for Education department says the fact that this learner is still in Grade 10 at 17 may indicate there is a problem.