A milestone achieved


Taylor’s International School becomes the first school in the world to receive the Quantum Learning Distinguished School (QLDS) Award.

Taylor’s International School is the first in the world to receive the Quantum Learning award from the US

TAYLOR’S International School (TIS) arrives at another milestone in providing world-class education, as it becomes the first school in the world to receive the Quantum Learning Distinguished School (QLDS) Award.

Presented by the Quantum Learning Network, one of the most effective teacher development programmes from the US, the award represents the deep commitment of the school and its teachers towards excellence in teaching and learning with the integration of Quantum Learning.

This brings TIS to the forefront of education, with the award as testament to the quality of education it provides in nurturing tomorrow’s generation of leaders and thinkers.

Parents can rest assured that their children will be getting a world-class education that builds a strong foundation for future success from quality educators who are dedicated to bringing out the best in their students.

What is Quantum Learning?

A powerful teaching and learning method, Quantum Learning emphasises the creation of joyful, meaningful and challenging learning experiences for students using four core components – Foundation; Atmosphere; Environment; Design and Delivery.

Quantum Learning emphasises the creation of joyful, meaningful and challenging learning experiences.Quantum Learning emphasises the creation of joyful, meaningful and challenging learning experiences.

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Each of these contributes to the learning experience that optimises high levels of cognition and improves the impact of learning in the classroom. This means students who are taught using the Quantum Learning method are more engaged and achieve higher levels of comprehension and competency across a broad range of subjects.

Being a research-based teaching method, Quantum Learning not only brings joy to a student’s learning experience, but also raises the competency of the teachers who practice it.

Commitment towards excellence in education

“It is important for TIS to have the best level of education for our learners,” said Taylor’s Schools president B.K. Gan.

“As the first school in the world to receive the QLDS Award, TIS knows that it is on track in its commitment towards producing high-quality educators who deliver world-class learning experiences.”

“It is this commitment towards excellence in education and the desire to continuously improve our skill set as educators that drives TIS to not just know the ‘what’ in education but the ‘why’ and ‘how’ to maximise learning and enjoyment of learning in their students.”

“One key thing we hope to inculcate in our learners is to continuously learn and improve themselves, and we hope that we are leading this by example,” Gan said.

The journey to excellence in education is an ongoing effort the TIS family is very much committed to. With the achievement of the award, the school and its teachers are on the right track in meeting their objectives to build a generation of learners and teachers who will take on the future as global leaders and top-tier educators.

Parents who are looking for a school that can provide exciting learning in an international context can be assured of the commitment that TIS has towards educating their children.

TIS’s aspiration is to “Raise Our Learners Ready’ for whatever tomorrow holds for them.

For more information, email admissions@kl.tis.edu.my (TIS Kuala Lumpur) or admissions@pc.tis.edu.my (TIS Puchong).

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