Mangahigh known for its gamified math learning is all set to come out with their Diwali Math Challenge.
Having the experience of hosting similar competitions for New Zealand in 2014 and Ireland in 2015, Mangahigh is on the lookout for the Top Schools across India in partnership with EdTechReview!
This online math competition will see all primary and secondary schools across India compete with each other on Mangahigh’s games-based learning platform, to fight for the Ultimate Diwali Glory across the 11 day challenge period.
Mangahigh offers a student centric learning resource, with 600+ activities for K-10. All activities adapt in difficulty to address the learning needs of the student and are embedded within the gamified platform. Students are motivated to earn medals, collaborate with their peers and improve their personal profile.
The Diwali Challenge is about students completing math activities, which in turn contributes medal points to your school’s tally. Lessons are automatically assigned to students based on their age, so it’s very simple to get started. Teachers further personalize their students’ learning by assigning Mangahigh lessons to them using our easy-to-use teaching platform.
The challenge will require students to complete activities recommended. The Mangahigh system automatically provides a list of activities for the students to complete, based on their age, and performance on various topics. During the period of the challenge, teachers may also assign extra activities to your students to enhance the learning experience. To do this, all you will need a Mangahigh Teacher Account.
You must check out this glimpse of the challenges school kids and teachers will have!
The goal keeps students motivated throughout. The concept for students is to earn as many medal points by completing lessons to achieve either a Bronze standard, Silver standard or Gold standard. Every Bronze standard achieved collects 1 medal point, a Silver standard achieved is worth 2 medal points, and a Gold standard achieved adds 3 medal points. In case students earn more than 150 points they win a Real Medal as well. Five training sessions will be held for all the participants to prepare them for the challenge and the competition will be held for two days.
Important Dates are as follows:
Thursday 15th Sept @ 5pm IST: First training session
Friday 23rd Sept @ 2pm IST: Second training session
Thursday 29th Sept @ 5pm IST: Third training session
Thursday 6th Oct @ 2pm IST: Fourth training session
Thursday 13th Oct @ 5pm IST: Fifth training session
Monday 17th October 2016 Competition starts 00:01 am IST
Thursday 27th October 2016 Competition ends 11:59 pm IST
Friday 28th October 2016 Competition winner announced!
The competition is open to all primary and secondary schools (irrespective of any filter) in India and all you have to do is register and hop on your journey to win amazing prizes. Apart from medals trophies and vouchers will be awarded to outstanding performers.
This is a great opportunity to see the impact digital games-based learning can have on your students whilst also increasing the profile of math across the school. It’s free to join, and amazing prizes up for grabs!
Educators and schools can register from their website and start preparing their students for the same. If this has already got you excited then you have all the chances to turn this festive season in a fun journey of challenges and learning.