Maathangi is one of our World Education Games Ambassadors representing UAE and the Middle East. She is a keen WEG Ambassador supporting learning, education and is busy helping to promote World Education Games 2015. Emirates 24/7 News has recently featured Maathangi on a news article about World Education Games explaining her role as a WEG
I am excited to be a WEG Ambassador because it is a big responsibility. What inspired me to participate is that I really like to compete with other people. What I enjoy about being an Ambassador is that it feels like being a leader for your country/state. I enjoyed meeting the other Ambassadors from different
Visiting the World Education Games team in New York got me really excited for the World Education Games. In New York, I met the Human Calculator. I learned a lot about the World Education Games and went on a really awesome bus tour. This picture is me at the Top of The Rock. In computer
My name is Michael Murray and I am in Year 6, representing the British International School of Chicago. I am very privileged to be chosen as an ambassador for my country in the World Education Games 2015. I have excellent teachers at our school who give us many opportunities and great learning experiences. I am
Rachel Riley, UK television mathematician, presenter and all round fan of geekery, is one of the proud patrons of the World Education Games. We love Rachel and she's of course a big fan of World Maths Day! With the big event just a few days away, we spoke to Rachel at a school
Hi, I am Sachin Mital and I am a 15-year-old boy studying in the Ecole Mondiale World School in Mumbai as a 10th grader. This is my fifth year in WEG (World Education Games) but the love for it is still the same! 3P learning has done an excellent job to change the perspectives of students
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The Human Calculator - Scott Flansburg shows off his mathematical skills on Daybreak Channel 2 News in Colorado, USA. Scott talks about the World Education Games and gives an example of his expertise in mathematics live on air. Click here to see the video. @WorldEduGames | #WEG2015
Introducing Meesha, one of our most cheerful World Education Games supporters! She is eager to spread the WEG word and to get children around Victoria, Australia involved! Meesha wrote a column about World Education Games in her school newsletter to help the rest of the students at her school better understand what WEG is all about.
Samuel Oluwadare, the Nigerian WEG Ambassador living in Lagos and going to the Xplanter Group of Schools, is urging the importance and benefits of the upcoming World Education Games! Not only will it improve the skills and be fun for those who participate, but it will also help UNICEF provide vital resources for schools around the
It all began with a humble cd-installed program called ‘Scaffolding Maths’ that I used for school in 2005 when I was eleven. It’s very similar to what you do in the Mathletics ‘full curriculum’ section, except this program was made from excel spreadsheets. EXCEL SPREADSHEETS! They were very sophisticated spreadsheets, though! You can
Anna A, the 2015 WEG ambassador for Russia has written a report about the importance of events such as World Education Games in Russia and her efforts to engage her local community to encourage them to unite in a love of learning for #WEG2015. Fantastic work Anna! Russia and WEG2015 Russia is truly unique
Farsley Farfield Primary School in the UK are warming up for World Education Games by organising a special day at their school for all students to dress up as penguins to raise funds for UNICEF! On Tuesday the 13th of October the whole school will be dressing up and participating in several Mathletics activities, challenges