Competition Team Learning

SynED’s experience in developing and hosting team competitions has given us the insight that students learn subject material faster, better and in a proficiency context. They are also immersed in an environment that cultivates key human traits that will serve them throughout their lives.

Competition Team Learning

SynED’s experience in developing and hosting team competitions has given us the insight that students learn subject material faster, better and in a proficiency context. They are also immersed in an environment that cultivates key human traits that will serve them throughout their lives.

Competitive Learning

Many in education have a negative reaction to the concept of competitive learning. They are correct to be concerned when badly designed competitions reinforce “lone wolf” behaviors and only learning to win the “prize.” However, there has been much research and development in the science of competitive learning. Josh Neubert from the Institute of Competitive Sciences  discussed ten important positive points relating to competitive learning. 

Our solution helps you identify the key components needed to make your teams program sound and sustainable.

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Why Teams?

Establishing permanent teams that are gender and culturally diverse provide a nuclear unit where competitors develop a support structure and relationships that follow them well into their careers. Permanent teams also help develop employer desired human traits that must be practiced to develop. Whether it is eSports, engineering, cybersecurity, coding, culinary or agricultural, team competitions serve to incubate those key human traits.

Key Traits

Key Components For Success

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