Australian International School Recognised as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World


Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) the First Certified Visible Learning School in the World


Congratulations to Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) for being the First Certified Visible Learning School in the World. We were there to celebrate AISM’s milestone in education excellence and also privileged to meet Diana Chan, Masterchef Australia Winner 2017 at her Live Cook-Out session. As you know education today is no longer about the consumption of knowledge. Schools need to change to reflect the needs of the future, to prepare students for the real life challenges, to be successful in life as well as successful in their academic studies in this highly competitive environment.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Australian International School Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World


AISM is part of Taylor’s Schools, has offered an Australian education in Malaysia for the past 17 years. Knowing how important the delivery of an international curriculum is and has invested in equipping its teachers and students with a new teaching and learning method called the Visible Learning approach alongside the Australian curriculum.
What is Visible Learning?

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
The launch of Australian International School Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World. AISM Principal, Dr Deborah Priest is presented the Visible Learning Certificate by Tan Sri Dato' Alimuddin, Chariman and Board of Governor of AISM

Basically Visible Learning is an evidence-based approach to teaching and learning researched and developed by Professor John Hattie of the University of Melbourne. Professor John Hattie’s Visible Learning practices have influenced teaching practices and form the basis of teacher training courses for many years in schools from New Zealand to Scandinavia and United States.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Professor John Hattie of University of Melbourne

It was only recently that Visible Learning School Awards were being awarded, and because of the commitment of our teachers and leaders towards Visible Learning practices that AISM have become the first school worldwide to revive such an accolade.
In Visible Learning, students learn how to set high goals, recognizing the importance of listening to feedback and giving good feedback as well as learning how to reflect on mistakes.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Mr BK Gan, President of Taylors Schools

“The number one thing that differentiates an impactful teacher from others is their passion about children’s learning; a teacher who has taken time and effort to build up trust between themselves and the student. We are working hard to ensure this in our schools,” says BK Gan, President of Taylors Schools.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Diana Chan, Australia Masterchef Winner 2017 and Malaysian-born Melbourne-based accountant by profession

The recently crowned Australia Masterchef Winner 2017 and Malaysian-born Melbourne-based accountant by profession, Diana Chan also shared her MasterChef journey of trials and challenges and how she used Visible Learning attributes towards her success.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Diana Chan's Live Cook Out session assisted by a AISM Year 11 student, Annabelle Bateman

She was also invited to demonstrate her culinary skills in an exclusive Live Cook Out session assisted by a AISM Year 11 student, Annabelle Bateman, who had emerged as winner in an all-student cooking competition organised by AISM for its students, prior to the launch ceremony.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
AISM Principal, Dr Deborah Priest is presented the Visible Learning Certificate by Tan Sri Dato' Alimuddin, Chariman and Board of Governor of AISM.

“At AISM, we have been excited to see the benefits of Visible Learning for our students.  Our students, even those in the lower Junior School, are noticeably changing. They are all creating, editing and re-setting learning goals throughout the year and they are all enjoying and taking more independence and responsibility for their own learning. From an academic perspective, we have seen significant tangible improvements in diagnostic testing data and student engagement, and as students progress through the school, we anticipate that the pre-university results will also continue to improve,“ adds AISM Principal, Dr Deborah Priest

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
AISM celebrates being the First Certified Visible Learning School in the World

Overall, it was a good exposure to know about Visible Learning and how it improved students’ education experience as a whole. As a Visible Learning School, AISM students and teachers share a common language of learning. As a result, their students are adaptable and effective communicators, collaborators and creative thinkers.

Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Recognized as First Certified Visible Learning School in the World
Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) Seri Kembangan Campus

For more information about Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) First Certified Visible Learning School in the World, please visit Australian International School Malaysia (AISM)

12 comments:

  1. walao! such a super awesome event. You're too awesome!

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  2. This is interesting and you got to see Diana Chan live!

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  3. you met Diana Chan!!!! OMG so cool! it must have been a fun event. So sad I missed it!

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  4. Don't I love to watch Diana Chan cook in person. I would be so inspired. Lucky you.

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  5. Nice one to discover a little bit more about it!

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  6. oh wow... got Australian International school also... so cool.. never knew about this until read it here...

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  7. Wow thanks for sharing this awesome event and good news :) glad you had so much fun and met Diana Chan!

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  8. njhl! can meet diana chan. she makes malaysia proud

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  9. I really want to send my kids there..this school looks so good for my kids future

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  10. boh jio!! I also want see Diana Chan live leh!

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  11. She really talented chef. A talented student is born from a good college or school.

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  12. This is a really interesting school of learning! You even met Diana Chan too, she is so talented!

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