The IB is excited to present our brand new podcast series. Hear from educators all over the world, from all four IB programmes, as they tell us more about their experiences of educating students for a better world.
Finding your voice: Podcaster and DP alum Marcelo Galán
In the first Spanish-language IB Voices podcast, Regional Development Manager for Latin America Natalia Tiesto connects with Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Marcelo Galán to hear about his IB education, advice to DP students and university experience.
Part 2: Well-being and transition to online learning during Covid-19 in Asia & Australia(2)
IB educators from this region’s network gathered for a roundtable discussion on the impact of the current global health crisis and their strategies for a successful transition. In this episode they share their key learnings for managing teacher and student well-being, and approaches to e-learning. This is part two of a special series.
Part 1: Well-being and transition to online learning during Covid-19 in Asia & Australia
IB educators from Asia and Australia gathered for a roundtable discussion on the impact of the current global health crisis and their strategies for a successful response. In this episode they shared their experiences and key learnings for managing teacher and student well-being during the transition to remote and online learning. This is part one in a special series.
Tips for Remote Teaching with Dr. Jennifer Chang Wathall
To continue to add to the collaborative sharing of teachers globally, in this episode of IB Voices, math teacher, author and educational consultant Dr. Jennifer Chang Wathall, provides top tips on how to manage the remote learning environment as effectively as possible.
DP grads take action against COVID-19
Aaron Goh Qi Yang and Klaus Tan are Diploma Programme (DP) graduates of Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) and have been friends and mentors to each other since their DP days. Since our first conversation, Aaron and Klaus started a project to work against the mounds of misinformation about COVID-19, called More Viral Than the Virus. The duo gathered volunteers from over 100 countries to craft their mission statement, which speaks to young people around the world with the goal of educating and informing the public about the current crisis.