The best ways to support your child’s learning

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Are you giving your child the right kind of support at home, when it comes to education? What can you do as a parent? Even more important: what should you avoid? Read it in this article from one of our partners.

What parents do, and how they nurture and support their child when it comes to education does not matter just a little bit. Research proves that it is hugely significant! So how can you help your child be the very best they can be at school?

Research shows that you can help your child by helping them set achievable, measurable goals, work with teachers and try to learn the language the school uses. 

There are also pitfalls, when it comes to supporting your child. Would it be better to teach your children resilience, instead of fighting their battles, for example? Or how does corporal punishment impact learning?

Teachers at the Australian International School Malaysia want all their students to be resilient learners with a growth mindset. 

They know that by working as a team with their colleagues and parents, they can help children achieve their true potential. Would you like to know more? Here is the full article on the AISM website.

To find out more about how studying at AISM could benefit your child visit www.aism.edu.myor to see for yourself what the school has to offer book a tour at www.aism.edu.my/admissions/book-a-touror contact a member of the Admissions Team on 03-8949 5000or email admissions@aism.edu.my.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM), is the most established Australian curriculum provider in Malaysia. For almost 20 years, AISM that employs predominantly Australian trained teachers, caters for children from age 3 (Pre-school) to age 18 (Pre-University). The School is the first Certified Visible Learning School in the world, which uses proven best practices in teaching and learning. Recently, AISM achieved the best pre-university results outside of Australia in Higher School Certificate. Click here for more information.

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