Students stand a chance to win

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DISTRICT level

Top 3 Students based on

District Leaderboard every month

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State level

Top 3 Students based on

State Leaderboard every month

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NATIONAL level

Top 3 Students based on

National Leaderboard every month

 

How Can Students Gain Leaderboard Points?

Individual student points are calculated as = (Days learning with Frog) + (Subject questions done) + (Average score)

 
 
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Teachers stand a chance to win

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DISTRICT level

Top 3 Teachers based on

District Leaderboard every month

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State level

Top 3 Teachers based on

State Leaderboard every month

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National level

3 teachers from each state, with the highest points in the National Leaderboard will be shortlisted to submit their stories!

Winners will be based on their slide submissions. A presentation is not required.

 

How Can TEACHERS Gain Leaderboard Points?

Individual teacher points are calculated as = (Days teaching with Frog) + (Community Quizzes enabled) + (Boost Sites added)

 

 

SCHOOLS stand a chance to win

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DISTRICT level

Top 3 Schools based on

District Leaderboard every month

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State level

Top 3 Schools based on

State Leaderboard every month

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National level

3 schools from each state with the highest points in the National Leaderboard will be shortlisted to submit their stories!

Only 10 schools will be invited to present their story in front of a panel of judges.

Winners are judges based on their submissions and presentation.

 

How Can SCHOOLS Gain Leaderboard Points?

Schools are rewarded through collective behaviours in school. It is calculated as: 

(Sum of student points ÷ number of students participating in Championships in the school) +

(Sum of teacher points ÷ number of teachers participating in Championships in the school)

 

The sum of points is divided by the number of participating students and teachers so that school size does not provide an advantage or disadvantage.

Note: Because this number is constantly changing, the Leaderboard points may appear to fluctuate.

 

How Can Schools Increase their Chances of Winning?

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In order for schools to increase their chances of winning, they must:

Get as many students and teachers in the school to participate + To add as many Boost Sites and enable as many quizzes as they can +

So that students can do as many quizzes as they can + And achieve the highest average score as they can!

 

Let’s look at a few scenarios!

 

Scenario 1

School Selects a Small No. of High-Performing Students to Achieve High Average Score

  • A school wants to achieve a high average score for Maths quickly and easily, so they have an idea to select 20 of their best students to do quizzes, and get a high score.

  • Because this school only has 20 students in the Championships, those 20 students can only complete a certain number of quiz questions - their average score is high, but they lose out on points for no. of quizzes.

  • School is unlikely to win, and will lose to a school who has spread good learning practices to a higher number of students.

 

 

Scenario 2

School Gets Many Students and Teachers to Join, But Average Score is Low

  • A school wants to gain points by getting as many students and teachers participating as possible, so everyone is asked to do quizzes to rack up points.

  • Because a large number of users are only doing quizzes without learning from them, their average score for Math is low.

  • The school gains points for number of users using Frog, but loses out on the points for achievement.

  • School is unlikely to win, and will lose to a school who has worked hard to increase their scores and maintain the number of participating students.

 

Scenario 3

School Gets Many Students and Teachers to Join, and Together They Increase Their Score

  • School gets as many students and teachers to join as possible, by implementing best practices and encouraging students to learn and improve as they go.

  • In the beginning, 20 students join the Championships and get an average score of 40% for Maths, but gradually increase it to 60% after 1 week.

  • The next week, another 20 students join the Championships. As the new students are just beginning to learn with Frog, they initially have lower average scores; this brings the total average down to 50%.

  • These new students then keep practicing, and work hard to increase their score; at the end of the week, the average is brought up to 70%.

  • Two things have changed here (1) the total number of participating users and (2) average score. Therefore, the points appear to fluctuate, but with enough time and proper practice, the total average should increase!

  • The school has gained points for participation, effort and achievement, and will likely be the winner of the Championships!