SAM Learning Weekly Championship Results

SAM Learning Weekly Championship Results


Suresh Varsani
Suresh Varsani
SAM Learning Weekly Championship Results
As we all get more and more used to our online community and remote learning, we are able to bring a bit more excitement and fun in to our new learning experiences.  Staff and students alike, have had to get used to setting, completing and submitting work online and three weeks ago, I launched the SAM Learning Weekly Championship!  For now all the rewards are electronic (reward points), but when the time is right, I hope we will be able to move to a greater variety of rewards.  Of course, this is just a side issue as the biggest reward is the enjoyment and progress in learning.
So, below, you will see how awards and rewards will be given.  The plan builds up in terms of how much is asked from you.  So a gold award in week 1 is far easier to get than a gold award in week 3.  This is to promote more and more of you to get involved and get rewarded as you develop your SAM Learning power!  It’s all about the number of task hours you complete:
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Maybe you’re wondering how possible it is for you to get into a winning category?  Please see below for all the winners over the past three weeks – complete a minimum of three task hours in a week and you will have made it on to the future leaderboards.  There are some amazing individual performances by:
Tom Harverson
Jathursan Suthakaran
Both of these boys have completed over 150 hours of SAM Learning in the last 3 weeks, which is truly phenomenal.
Feel free to email me if you are having any issues logging in.
Best of luck to you all in the coming weeks!

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