A buzzer-based history quiz competition for teams of up to six students.
Young Chief Smart City Officer (CSCO) Hackathon gave young would-be city developers with an interest in challenges faced by urbanites an opportuntiy to use design thinking to create plausible solutions under the theme 'The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Create It' and present them through storytelling.
This is a project for people with a special interest in robotics. by the National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC) in collaboration with Chulalongkorn University Chiang Mai University Prince of Songkla University and Suranaree University of Technology by continuous support from Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand and Pantip Pratunam Shopping Center organized an open space for developing creative ideas and skills by simulating the actual work that participants from various educational institutions Share knowledge from different fields To lead to the design and construction of robots to overcome problems within the specified time. This is the same format as internationally initiated and organized until now through collaborations between leading international institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Japan.
Model UN is a popular activity for those interested in learning more about how the UN operates. Hundreds of thousands of students worldwide take part every year at all educational levels. Many of today’s leaders in law, government, business and the arts – including at the UN itself – participated in Model UN as students.
The Caribou Mathematics Competition, or Caribou Cup, is an international online math contest held six times over any school year, typically over two days in October, November, January, February, April, and May. Each contest is run at one of the six contest levels: Grade 2, Grade 3/4, Grade 5/6, Grade 7/8, Grade 9/10, and Grade 11/12. Contest questions and solutions are offered in English, French, Persian, Mandarin, Ukrainian, Azerbaijani, Khmer, and many others! All participants receive certificates for participation and achievement, and top-scoring students can earn cash prizes.
Formerly called Google Games, Google Tech Challenge brings fun competitions to the computer science and engineering community, giving students a glimpse into Google’s culture, logical thinking, collaboration, and on-the-spot coding.