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21 May 2018

Becoming a mathematician - The AIS Approach

Published by Rachel Bennett
Many of us will remember struggling with Maths at school – trying to figure out the meaning of Pythagoras theorem while our heads were spinning with algebra, fractions and long division. Rote learning was a common practice, and we were often expected to memorise long sequences of times tables without really under...

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20 May 2018

What To Expect At Our Open House

Published by Darrell Long
When you are starting to look for an international school in Singapore for your children, you want to gather as much information as you can about a range of options. You can discover a lot from online brochures and the printed prospectus, but there's nothing to compare with visiting a school in person, talking to s...

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14 May 2018

Must Do Toddler Activities to Encourage Physical Development

Published by Darrell Long
Young children have boundless energy. Just watching them run around can be positively exhausting! But when it comes to playtime, more and more toddlers and preschoolers are also spending time with electronic devices, such as tablets and phones. Many of these have educational applications, which can be valuable for earl...

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14 May 2018

10 Homework Habits Recommended by Teachers

Published by Darrell Long
In recent years there has been much debate in research and the media about the validity of homework in relation to student learning outcomes. At AIS, we take the approach that homework has different purposes according to the age and stage of the student. Whatever the age or stage of the child, there are some strategies...

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3 May 2018

Top 5 Foods That Could Positively Affect Your Child’s Mood

Published by Darrell Long
A British comedy film released in 1950, entitled The Happiest Days of Your Life, features an amusing plot twist. During the Blitz, girls at an exclusive London school are mistakenly evacuated to a school for boys in the English countryside. More recently, British comedian Paul Merton commented: “My school days we...

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