Thursday, September 23, 2021 | 9:30-10:30 AM GMT +1 (London)
Join Mitch and Tobias who will walk you through our newest revision resource, OSC Study! This app is the perfect teaching companion for IB Diploma teachers who are looking for fun and innovative ways to engage their students in their exam revision, to introduce digital learning resources for students to use at home and in the classroom and make an easy shift to blended learning. This informative webinar will take you through the many ways in which the OSC Study app can enrich your students’ learning.
In this webinar, we’ll show you:
Please note, the app currently caters for the following subjects: Mathematics A&I SL/HL, Mathematics A&A SL/HL, Biology SL/HL, Chemistry SL/HL, Physics SL/HL, Business Management SL/HL, Environmental Systems & Societies SL, History SL/HL and Spanish B SL/HL
***Have a scheduling conflict? We have you covered. Register for the live event and we will send you the recording 24 hours after the event.
Mitch is Canadian, and has worked as an IB physics and mathematics teacher since 2001, in addition to making hundreds of videos on his website, Studynova. He started working with Oxford Study Courses (OSC) in January, and looks forward to helping to support teachers and students in the IB, alongside OSC’s talented group of educators.
Tobias graduated Munich International School, Germany with an IB Diploma in 2010. Even then, the idea of providing better support to IB students was in his thoughts.
After interning at companies like Deutsche Bank or Nuclear Free Future, Tobias studied for a Bachelor degree in Economics and Art Management at Zeppelin University, Germany.
His strong interest in how innovation and art/education intersect was highlighted by the research project on digital trends that he conducted with Prof. Jansen for the BMW board of management, and in his role with the Guggenheim museum.
In 2016, the first SMARTPREP resources were launched - largely based on the experience Tobias and his co-founder gained during their years in school and through developing close ties to key IB schools.