Published: 26th April 2018
Find out how 'Dragonlearn' is making Maths interesting and easy through online competitions
Dragonlearn.in is a learning platform that helps children learn Mathematics through an interactive way. Their Olympiad Plus for primary school children throws open opportunities for fun learning
Dragonlearn.in, an adaptive online platform for learning Mathematics interactively, has launched its Olympiad Plus, an online competition in Mathematics for primary schools across the country.
Olympiad Plus consists of fun and interactive tasks in game formats. The tasks get students to think out of the box but do not require any in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum. Their unique online format allows every child to take part regardless of their level of knowledge.
"The purpose of the competition is to build a common interest in mathematics. The fun and interactive tasks of the competition are designed in a child-friendly gamified format to develop creative thinking," Victoria Tesunova, the platform's Project Coordinator.
The students from standard I-V, who wish to take part in the competition just have to sign for the competition on their website. The competition's entry will be verified by their teachers and password with login and other related information will be provided to the students. Once they clear the main round, students will have to appear for a 60 minutes-long online test through their computer or a mobile device. The winners of the challenge will be rewarded with certificates and awards.
The paltform's first test was held at Delhi Public School, Faridabad on April 17, 2018, where numerous children took part in the event. They will be soon holding competitions across schools in India.