Reasons Why You Should Be Participating In This Student Math Challenge

Reasons Why You Should Be Participating In This Student Math Challenge

Diwali is just round the corner and to make this Diwali even more fun Mangahigh is all set to conduct its first Diwali Math Challenge in India.

In this challenge, schools across India will come together and compete to show the best of their math skills. Mangahigh known for its gamified math learning has conducted similar competitions in Ireland and New Zealand in the past. This time, in India they are bringing together all the schools to represent the knowledge of math. With so much to offer and much more on the board, below are few reasons that will help you understand why you should be participating in this online math challenge.

Bring The Best In Your Student:

The spirit of competition fills students with enthusiasm and pushes them to do better. One major reason for you to participate in this competition is to bring out the best in your students. Doing so will not only help you understand the level of students’ knowledge but also give them a chance to explore more about their talents. With Mangahigh, students will have full access to awesome Maths lessons all day, every day. This means students can work through the lessons at home, or in class - providing a great opportunity to see the impact digital games-based learning can have on students, while also dramatically raising the profile of Maths in your school. Participating in this competition will provide them a vast platform to come out and show their knowledge of math mastermind. Competing with students across India in itself boosts confidence of students and brings them a sense of achievement.

Amazing Prizes Awaiting:

Competitions aren’t complete without awards. Keeping this in mind, Mangahigh has a lot of amazing prizes and awards to offer depending upon the performances of the students. 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.

Community Building & Recognition:

With schools participation from all over India in this competition, this is a good chance to build and get renowned within the community. This gives you the chance to come out on the leaderboard with your students’ skills and build a different reputation among the community with stars on your name.

This online math competition will witness many primary and secondary schools across India competing with each other on Mangahigh's games-based learning platform, to fight for the Ultimate Diwali Glory. 

The scores for this competition will be released only when the competition will start on Oct 17th; but as per the regular South Asian Leaderboard on the website, Sanskriti School is leading with Rukmani Birla Modern High School, National Center for Excellence, Rishikul Vidyapeeth and The British School falling under the Top Five Leaders on Board as of now. 

Apart from these many other schools are participating in the competition, some of them are:

  • Ahmedabad International School
  • Al Burooj International School
  • DAV Public School
  • Delhi International School Rohini
  • Dhauladhar Convent School
  • DPS, Faridabad
  • Foster Billabong High International School
  • G D Birla Memorial School
  • Hans Raj Model School
  • HMR International School
  • IQRA International School
  • Jagran Public School
  • Joe Mount Public School
  • Lancaster High School
  • Lilavatibai Podar High School
  • Maharaja Agarsain Public School
  • Pathways School Noida
  • Podar International School
  • Ridge Valley School
  • Rockwoods High School
  • Ryan International School Cbse Kandivli
  • Shemford Futuristic School
  • Shri Gangaram Balkishan Modi Public School
  • St Xaviers Higher Secondary School
  • St.Thomas Marthoma School
  • St.Xavier's Higher Secondary School
  • The High Range School
  • Vedanta Vidyalaya
  • Woodstock School

... And Many More.

This comes to the registration. Unfortunately the schools which have not yet registered have missed 2 of 3 training sessions but still have a final chance to appear for the competition and the last training session on 13th October 2016.

The competition starts on Monday 17th October 2016 that will run till 27th October and ends with declaration of result on Friday 28th October 2016 as Competition winner get announced!

This is your last chance to register for this ‘One of its kind Diwali Math Challenge.’ Registrations will take place latest by 16th October and we would like to see you on board.

Sign-up your school now: www.mangahigh.com/india

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Author: Priyanka Gupta
Priyanka is a blogger by profession and has an increasing interest to write about the edtech space. While writing she keeps in mind the educators to come up with right resources and ideas which might be relevant for them in relation to effective use of technology in their profession and institutions/classrooms.
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