Maths Day 2015 is a competition that allows students to revise concepts adapted to their level, online or on iPad, in an environment closer to the game than to the exercise book, in class or at home. , and which could allow your school to rise to the top of the ranking! (Let's face it, everyone loves to win!)
The 2nd edition of the Maths Day will take place on the day of the number Pi, ie next March 14 (3.14…). We will then announce the names of the champions of mathematics ... Quebec teachers from the 3rd year of primary to the 4th year of secondary and Franco-Ontarian teachers from grades 4 to 8, register your classes! Last year, nearly 20,000 students participated.
In concrete terms, each student in the classes registered for the competition will have 30 minutes top time from March 10 to 12 inclusive to answer as many mathematical questions as possible related to their level, thus allowing them to accumulate points. The students, classes and schools that have accumulated the most will win prizes, so tell your colleagues about it.
Everything will be experienced on the platform Netmaths, an interactive Web environment designed in Quebec that aims to nothing less than completely replace textbooks in mathematics. Thus, until March 10, it is the “warm-up period”, when students will activate their brains, sharpen their keyboard and discover the platform for free, directly on the website or via its mobile application for iPad.
Dates to remember :
February 16 to March 10, 2015: Registration period by the teacher, then warm-up (free access to Netmaths)
March 10 to 12, 2015: 3 days to complete the question-and-answer session (30 minutes in all will be allocated to each student)
March 14, 2015: Announcement of the top 100 scorers at each level for each province, the top 20 classes for each province and the top 10 overall
The Maths Day 2015 and the surrounding activities are organized by Netmaths, in collaboration with Télé-Québec and TFO.