April 27, 2021
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Go Further with OxfordAQA & IGCSE Cambridge Syllabus

OxfordAQA combines the educational experience of two leading UK-based organizations: Oxford University Press, a subsidiary of the University of Oxford, and AQA, the United Kingdom’s main scholarly awarding body. OxfordAQA was built on the premise that all students (including those in private school) deserve a fair chance to show what […]
March 23, 2021
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How to Talk to Your Children the Right Way

As a mom or dad, we give a lot of thought to how our children talk to us and how they act. We correct them when they go wrong, and we make sure they use good manners and stay away from being rude. However, we might not always be aware […]
February 24, 2021
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6 Tips for Parents to Support Children to Learn at Home

With no prior warning, children, teachers, and even parents were forced into using online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. A high number of nationwide positive COVID-19 test results combined with the unavailability of vaccine mean that students and teachers will spend significant periods away from school. Therefore, those who are […]
January 29, 2021
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10 Good Parenting Tips – How to Be an Awesome Parent

Raising kids can be hard work, yet it is the most fulfilling job in the world. An awesome parent is someone who tries to make choices in the child’s best interest. Effective parenting is not about achieving perfection. But that doesn’t mean we’re not going to strive towards perfection. As […]
January 6, 2021
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eLearning Trends for Today and Beyond

The eLearning industry was expanding rapidly, even before covid-19. But the temporary closure of most companies and educational institutions across the world has led to an exponential growth of more organizations and schools engaging in virtual learning experiences for staff and students, respectively. With technology now appearing to be omnipresent […]
November 27, 2020
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What is Your Child’s Learning Style?

Learning style refers to how kids learn, process and retain information. Although all kids (young children) learn through hands-on experience via touching, doing, and moving, some kids do learn better through reading and writing. As you observe your child closely, you will begin to notice his strengths and inclinations when […]
November 26, 2020
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Types of International School Curriculums in Malaysia

Years ago, the primary purpose of establishing international schools in Malaysia was to educate expatriate students. However, the growth of Malaysia’s middle class and the multiplication of international schools in Malaysia have contributed to the increase of Malaysian students in these institutions. Today, international schools in Malaysia offer some of […]
September 30, 2020
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How to Keep Your Child Motivated for School?

For most parents, getting your kid motivated to do their homework can seem like an upheaval task — so to speak, let alone keeping them motivated for school. There are several reasons why your child may not be motivated for school, including learning issues, social challenges, emotional and attention problems. […]
August 30, 2020
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5 Ways to Ease Back-to-School Anxiety Post-COVID 19

The recent pandemic has caused an interruption in our usual way of life — in the areas of business, education, travel, etc. Every person, young or old, has been affected one way or another. Children are also feeling these effects. Now that the ban has been lifted for children in […]
July 22, 2020
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How to Ensure Your Child’s Safety When They Return to School After MCO?

The coronavirus has been reported in kids of all ages, although the number of cases in children is significantly fewer than those of adults. Several studies have proven that children generally experience a milder form of COVID-19 than adults. Some children display very mild symptoms or none at all. As […]