The International Mathematics Open for Young Achievers (IMOYA), hosted by the Skillshare based in Singapore, can be a fundamental step where students become intuitively aware, conceptualized to arrange and recall information as they work individually or as a team utilizing their experience, knowledge and skill to solve mathematics problems. This contest engages students to a math exploratory activity which centers on relating math to the real world, making students active learners and giving them sense of achievement. The content standards in this competition are developmentally appropriate for students in the level they are participants in. The learning goal of communicating is demonstrated by students as they confront problems, translate information, and relay their findings may be orally and in writing, or both in the course of working individually or collaboratively. The working on teams’ goal is apparent as students share ideas, develop and coordinate group approaches, and learn from each other during the math activities. The IMOYA enables students to learn the tools, language, and the ways of thinking to make connections across disciplines. It provides them the opportunity to identity exploration like learning who they are, how they learn, and what they can do with their math skills during problem solving activity, can be the first step in connecting themselves with the global community.
The International Mathematics Open for Young Achievers (IMOYA) is hosted by the Skillshare based in Singapore.
Organizer: The Official Organizer of the Event: B&L Pte Ltd
Pre-Registered & Collection of ID Tags for All Participants & Companions will start at 1000hrs of 13 September 2019 onward to Parkroyal on Beach Road. Please contact the organizer to pre-arrange collection. Upon Making FULL Payment, Official Receipt will be issued to individual countries (Countries Representatives can collect from their teams). For Countries using the Official Organizer for the Accommodations or Transportation during their stay in Singapore, ID Tags will be issued upon Arrival & Payment can be made at the School on the Examination Day.
The contest is open to students from these divisions: Middle Primary (Grades 3 and 4), Upper Primary (Grades 5 and 6), Junior High School (Grades 7 and 8), Intermediate Level (Grades 9 and 10) and Senior High School (Grades 11 and 12).
Medals: Approximately 80% of the contestants will receive Individual Awards, in the form of Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals, approximately in the ratio 1: 2: 5.
Certificates: All participants will receive an IMOYA 2019 certificate of participation.
Accommodation and Travel Expenses
The participants/delegates will shoulder their travel expenses from their country of origin to Singapore including the following expenses: Visa Fee, hotel accommodation, food, transportation (airport-hotel-contest venue and vice versa) and sightseeing activities.
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