Posts Tagged ‘2012 Ambassadors’
Gee, Ambassador seems like a never ending job!
The Games are well over, with medals being presented globally. The lead up events for the 2013 games have started, with Vihangi R well ahead in Day 1 of the On Your Marks Maths Challenge, going on as I write.
Also, well done to Yousuf M, 18,553 points, Syed M, 18,195 points, and Mohammad A with 18,104 with their sucess in The Middle East Maths Challenge.
In the European Maths Challenge, great work to Sarp Cagin E, with 18,824, Alp Ugur K, 18,567, and Ikra Ceylin S finishing with 18,463.
I still have to wait until August/September for my event, but I’m sure that you are all having fun back on Mathletics, Spellodrome and IntoScience now.
See you soon,
What an amazing competition this year. Well done to all the kids in NZ who gave it there all, just wait till next year, I am sure we will get some great results!!
It was really fantastic meeting all the NZ ambassadors when we had our day out (remember the pencil ). Also thanks to Yvonne from Mathletics for putting it all together.
Well done Kaya you are the WMD champ !! Moosa it was a blast battling you .
Thanks World Education Games, see you next year!
It’s been great serving as the Vietnam World Education Games Ambassador this year!
I would like to thank my school, the International School of Ho Chi Minh City, for their support, and especially, Mr. Daniel Carr, my mentor, for all his help in guiding me through this amazing experience. Go ISHCMC!
Hi I’m Korean Ambassador Bo-Min.
I go to Seoul Foreign British School in the capital of Korea. I am ten years old so I’m in year 6. I’d say my whole school has done an amazing job! Everyone has had a great attitude and participated well in all three of the World Education Games. It has been a once in a lifetime experience for me as the Ambassador because I have had such a good time motivating and promoting. Wherever I walked people called out, “ Hi Ambassador! ” and that made me feel proud.
My school has played well but I needed to motivate them. That’s where I recruited some of my classmates as my World Education Team. Together, every morning, we announced the top players in our school, how we were ranking on the school of fame and various other ideas to promote World Education. It really paid off. Every break and lunch dozens of kids were typing away on computers in the library competing on-line. I hope everyone enjoyed themselves! I certainly did.
From this experience I have learned how to work together in a group and how to motivate many people with a few words and a microphone. I think brilliant events like these are important. They help us to enjoy education and not to think that it’s just a boring time in the classroom. It encourages kids to enjoy learning and practicing, embracing skills and playing other people around the world. Congratulations to all. I hope everyone in the world who participated had a good time.
Don’t forget next year!
The World Education Games are now over, good work to everyone who competed or even just had a go at them. Hopefully New Zealand will win the cup this year!
Good work espically to my little twin brothers Douglas G and Archie G. You guys are awesome. Also congratulations to the other New Zealanders who placed in the top 100. Now we just need to wait untill the 23rd to see the final results.
I really enjoyed World Education Games this year. Now that they are over we can all start training for next year!
Also I would like to thank Samsung for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 they gave to me and the other New Zealand ambassadors. It’s really awesome.
Good job everyone.