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26 Apr 2021
You have until Friday 30 April to sign up a team for this year’s Game Changer Challenge.
About this year's Challenge!
This year there are two categories to enter: Game Changer and Social Change Maker.
This year’s dual-stream, student-led, step-by-step challenge gets students working through a design-thinking resource called the playbook.
Student teams of up to five work through the playbook at their own pace, choosing which stream to follow. They then submit a video application in Term 2.
Who can enter?
The Game Changer Challenge is open to all NSW public schools and all ability levels from beginner to advanced are encouraged to join.
Each team must have fvie students and a teacher.
Schools can sign up more than one team, but each team must have five different students. The same teacher can lead more than one team.
The junior category is for students from Year 3 - 6, and the senior category is for students from Year 7 - 12.
Check out the Game Changer website for all the details.
Got questions? Email the team for more information.
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