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Examples of "mathletics"
World Maths Day involves participants playing 60 second games,with the platform heavily based on "Live Mathletics" found in Mathletics.
There are approximately 3.5 million Mathletics users more than 10,000 schools worldwide. As of mid-August 2015, over 21.5 billion Mathletics questions have been correctly answered by students.
Throughout the year Mathletics host several National Mathletics challenges in the lead up to World Maths Day. These challenges and the winners list are as follows:
The sponsors of Cantamath are Casio, Trimble Navigation, Every Educaid, Mathletics and University of Canterbury.
The school also has a mock trial team, a model UN program, and a mathletics team.
Mathletics is the flagship product of Australian educational company 3P Learning.
World Maths Day ("World Math Day" in American English) is an online international mathematics competition, powered by educational resource provider 3P Learning (the same organisation behind the school resources Mathletics, Spellodrome and IntoScience). Smaller elements of the wider Mathletics program effectively power the World Maths Day event.
In June 2014, 3P Learning managing director Tim Power said that Mathletics was a "rapidly declining percentage of the revenue", due to growth of Reading Eggs and IntoScience.
The name "Mathletics" is a portmanteau of "Mathematics" and "athletics" and, as the name suggests, the product aims to help users master mathematics. Mathletics is targeted at the education market from 5-18 years of age, with users in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Pakistan, and in international schools in many other countries. An Arabic language version of the product is also available in the Middle East.
The World Education Games (or WEG) had its origins purely as a mathematics-based event, then known as World Maths Day in 2007. The event was powered by 3P Learning's flagship online learning resource, Mathletics.
IntoScience is an Australian interactive edutainment science platform created by 3P Learning, who are also responsible for "Mathletics", "Reading Eggs", and "Spellodrome". The program is designed to be used in secondary school.
The World Education Games is a major free online educational competition-style event, hosted by the global e-learning provider 3P Learning (creators of subscription-based e-learning platforms designed primarily for schools - such as Mathletics, Spellodrome and IntoScience).
There are also a number of National lead-up events in different regions around the world which are also based on the Mathletics format.The winners may become the Ambassadors of their Country for the World Education Games the following year and help to promote the event.
In early 2007, the band released the limited edition 7" singles "Hummer" and "Mathletics", both produced by Gareth Parton. "Hummer" later featured on the Channel Four teen drama "Skins". Philippakis described this period as 'the music was almost a premeditated mix of blending techno and minimalism [and] we'd set ourselves these rules, like 'only staccato rhythms', and 'guitars must be played really high'.
Bishop Union Broncos compete in the High Desert League of the CIF Central Section. Twelve different varsity sports are offered. The current athletic director is Stacy Van Nest. The school also supports a successful Mathletics Team, coached by inspirational teacher DeeDee Bucholtz, and led by senior playmaker Noah D. Reid.
Holy Cross Academy has established numerous additional extracurricular organizations throughout the years, including Drama Club, Student Government, various Choirs including Select Choir (which has performed live with professional musical groups such as “The Elders”), Robotics, Mathletics/Math Counts, Colgate Seminar, Student Council, Bake Club, Ski Club, Chess Club, Band, Yearbook Committee, and B.I.B.L.E. The school hosts many extracurricular events throughout the year, including theatre productions, concerts and open houses.
"Mathletics" is the third single by Foals. It peaked at number 109 on the UK singles chart. It was released as a digital download and on vinyl on 20 August 2007. It was recorded and mixed by producer Gareth Parton at the Fortress and Strongroom recording studios. The song was used in promotional advertisements on the UK channel Fiver. The track received generally positive reviews.
Mark Ratner (Ben Savage), born on April 24, 1980 in San Diego, CA, is a kind and nerdy engineer who "just loves math." He attended James Buchanan High School in San Diego in the same graduating class as his eventual wife Heather Chandler and Sarah Walker (then using the alias Jenny Burton). He had participated with Sarah in several high school activities-AV Club, Chess Team, and Mathletics. However, when he designs a new super-bomber, his wife, Heather, associates with the Russian mob to kill him and steal the blueprints. Ratner believes that Chuck is actually the fictional Charles Carmichael, a dangerous and bad-ass agent, after being saved multiple times by Casey but giving credit to Chuck. In keeping with the series' tendency to reference popular culture, he shares his name with the nerdy Mark Ratner (Brian Backer) in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", while the trio's alma mater shares its name with the Sweathogs' high school in "Welcome Back, Kotter", both of which are more directly referenced in the subsequent episode, "Chuck Versus Tom Sawyer". "First seen in: Chuck Versus the Cougars."