PODCAST: Episode 10 Kgothatso Meka – The Internet Saves Lives, Building Schools, and Advice for Young South Africans The Future Minds Podcast has given us the opportunity to have conversations with several brilliant minds who have made an impact in the education space, and Kgothatso Meka is definitely one of them. From building schools to […]
PODCAST: Episode 9 Jevron Epstein – Going to Space, Student-Focused Learning, and Healthy Tech Adoption for Children We had the honor of having a conversation with Jevron Epstein who is the founder of a unique group of schools called Generation Schools. Jevron has a true passion and obsession for student-focused learning and providing his learners […]
PODCAST: Episode 8 Bridget James – Tech in Schools, Academic Awareness, and Why Mathematics is Important In this episode of the Future Minds podcast, we spoke with a highly experienced and open-minded educator with a wealth of knowledge and passion for what she does. What a pleasure chatting with Bridget James about what can be […]
In today’s post, we are going to learn about what an obtuse angle is with different examples taken from everyday life and some Smartick exercises. What is an Obtuse Angle? An angle is a space shared by two rays that are joined at the same vertex. We can find different types of angles according to […]
PODCAST: Episode 7 Teresa Dennis – Pioneering Homeschooling in South Africa and a Passion for an Alternative Way of Learning An insightful homeschooling-focused episode with Teresa Dennis. Teresa took an unconventional educational journey with her children when homeschooling was basically non-existent in South Africa. We were so inspired after recording this episode, a mother and […]
PODCAST: Episode 6 Kate Goliath – Taking Over the World, Evolution of Comedy Amidst COVID, and Being a Working Mom In this episode, we speak to an inspiring and powerful mother who is the “Boss” of the Goliaths. What a pleasure chatting with Kate Goliath, who is supposedly, among her other roles, the funniest of […]
PODCAST: Episode 5 Nick Goliath – Individualism, Foundation of Respect, and Growth of Goliath and Goliath in Lockdown We spoke with an iconic South African comedian, Nick Goliath. We cover Goliath and Goliath’s growth in lockdown and the importance of individualism. This podcast is brought to you by Smartick. Register for a FREE trial. Listen […]
In today’s post, we are going to learn about what complementary angles are and their properties. After, we will look at some examples and complete a few exercises together. Before we begin, we would recommend reviewing the types of angles that exist. What Are Complementary Angles? Two angles are complementary if the sum of the […]
PODCAST: Episode 4 Marc Bennie – COVID’s Impact on Education, Digital vs. Traditional Education, and AI in Education In this episode, we speak about COVID’s impact on education with Marc Bennie. Such an insightful episode with a brilliant, forward-thinking educator in Cape Town. Marc offers a unique blend of insight and foresight from the perspective […]
PODCAST: Episode 3 Glen Biderman-Pam – Cape Town’s Culture Vulture, Choosing Boarding School and Endorsing Smartick Glen Biderman-Pam, one of South Africa’s funniest comedians, provided us with our funniest episode to date and had our host, Philip, struggling to keep a straight face, definitely an episode not to miss. We were lucky enough to record […]
PODCAST: Episode 2 Ameera Faber – Defying Traditional Education and Homeschooling Pre and Post COVID Ameera Faber, a successful entrepreneur and passionate mom of two talks to us about defying traditional education with her children. What an incredible conversation with Ameera, learning about her pure passion for how she decided to take an uncommon and […]
PODCAST: Episode 1 Stacey Baisitse – Home-Based Learning During COVID and The Positive Impact of Smartick Click on the YouTube link to watch Stacey’s full episode where we discuss her personal approach to home-based learning during COVID and how Smartick has had such a positive impact on her daughter’s understanding of math. Brought to you […]
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