A Little Bit of Genius is an education podcast where students put big questions to world experts.
Talking EdTech with A Little Bit of Genius | EP2 | “How big a role does tech play in the classroom?”
Here in the second episode of our vodcast series for "A Little Bit of Genius", our teachers from Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong discuss the role of tech-based learning inside and outside the classroom.
Tune in as our teachers answer parents’ burning questions about how EdTech is shaping teaching and learning.
To learn more about Nord Anglia Education's schools, visit: https://www.nordangliaeducation.com
Talking EdTech with A Little Bit of Genius | EP1 | “What if we go back to virtual school?”
Welcome back to “A Little Bit of Genius”!
In our new episodes, featuring Nord Anglia teachers around the world, we’re looking at how technology is transforming education. Tune in as our teachers answer parents’ burning questions about how technology is shaping teaching and learning.
In this episode, our award-winning teachers from Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong discuss how parents and students can get the most from virtual learning.
S2 EP8 | Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus
The last episode of Series 2 is here, and we’re ending on a high note! Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus, professional opera singers from the United States, chat with our students about their music-based charity called Sing For Hope and the ins and outs (and highs and lows!) of the opera life.
Our student hosts this week are Zosia and Sonia who are both on the IB student leadership group at the British School of Warsaw.
S2 EP7 | Jemma Rix, record-breaking rower
Jemma Rix is a world-record ocean rower who rowed across the Atlantic with her rowing partner in just 50 days. Together they hold the record for fastest female duo. She has also since started her own company called Activeat focused on healthy foods. She is interviewed in this episode by Aidan and Grace, secondary students from Nord Anglia International School Dublin, about her rowing experiences and the resilience it took.
S2 EP6| Marlon Devonish, gold-winning sprinter
Marlon Devonish is a British Olympic sprinter who won gold in the 4 x 100 metres in 2004. Following almost two decades as a professional athlete, Marlon is now an Elite Performance Coach at the British International School of Shanghai, Puxi. In this episode Amber and Alex, secondary school students from Nord Anglia International School Rotterdam, talk to him about the resilience needed to achieve your goals.
S2 EP5 | Zahra Abdalla, food blogger and TV host
Grab a tasty snack and tune in to this episode of A Little Bit of Genius featuring Zahra Abdalla, a professional food blogger, content creator, TV host, restaurant owner, and all-around food lover. Hosted by two IB students named Isabella and Ghida, from Collège du Léman in Switzerland, Zahra talks about her absolute favourite types of food to cook and how her mixed heritage has inspired her work. This episode is filled with lots of inspiration from Zahra about food, her successful career and her life.
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This was a wonderful first podcast! Daniel Gilbert was an interesting and engaging guest and the students asked some great questions.