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3 July 2018

Why Quiet Time Is So Important

Published by Darrell Long
In our busy, modern society, we have begun to lose sight of the value of slowing down. Young adults especially seem to have more commitments now than ever before, including schoolwork and extra-curricular activities, sports, clubs, socializing and part-time work. Our children's lives are filled with noise – b...

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25 June 2018

IB Defined: What is International Baccalaureate Educational Programme

Published by Darrell Long
The Australian International School (AIS) in Singapore provides students aged 18 months and upwards with a range of choices that offer the best of Australian and international curriculums. One of the school's major offerings is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme for Years 11 and 12, an oppo...

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21 June 2018

10 Ways to Ask Your Child How Was School Today

Published by Darrell Long
Any parent of a young child is likely familiar with the monosyllabic grunt in response to the daily question: "How was school today?" You might get an "OK" or even a "Fine", but these replies often leave you none the wiser.Younger children may be more forthcoming to start with, but as the ...

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14 June 2018

6 Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Situational Anxiety

Published by Darrell Long
Every parent hopes that their child will be healthy and happy. Inevitably, there will be situations that your child may find difficult, particularly when there’s a change in their lives or they’re presented with a new unfamiliar situation, which can lead to them feeling stressed.For instance, when a family ...

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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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