Heart water stress in the 2nd edition of “Inwi Challenge”

Educational service electronic games are the motto of the Inwi operator through the “Inwi Challenge” program. The award ceremony for the 2nd edition of this program, hosted by Anas Belabbas, Co-Founder of DynITMaroc, took place on Friday July 1 at the training center and national meetings in Rabat, in the presence of Chakib Benmoussa, Minister of National Education, Preschool and Sports, and Azzedine El Mountassir Billah, CEO of Inwi.

In his speech, Chakib Benmoussa congratulated all the participants who made this education competition a great success. “These fun-educational workshops have proven to be effective as long as they improve the quality of student learning,” said the minister, who wants to see this experience gradually generalized to all Kingdom schools. , especially in primaries.

For his part, the CEO of Inwi, was pleased with the spirit of competition and teamwork displayed by the students who participated in the 2nd edition of the said program. “Inwi’s challenge is a model of using technology that will allow students to learn but also better adapt to the changes we are experiencing”.

This edition is made under the theme of water stress. “A theme that speaks to everyone, and that will allow to have a vision of how each of the twelve regions of Morocco sees this problem at its level”, estimates Kenza Bouziri, Director of Corporate Communication and CSR in Inwi. The three colleges awarded the 1st Prize are: the Ibn Battouta establishment in Tangier – Tetouan – Al Houceima academy, the Al Fadila college in Guelmim -Oued Noun academy and the El Mansour Eddahbi college in Marrakech academy- Safi .

“The Inwi Challenge program has helped make students more creative. With the help of training workshops and the educational game of Minecraft, students learn about programming and improve their level of learning, “said Khaled Regragui, physics teacher at Ibn High School. Battouta in M’Diq.

For high schools, the list includes Moulay Ali Cherif high school from Drâa Tafilalt academy, El Mansour Dahbi high school from Fez-Meknes academy and high school qualifying Omar Ibn Abdelaziz from Casablanca-Settat academy. During this program, student candidates and participants were able to access Inwi Challenge workshops online and participate in regional competitions. This is possible due to the Inwi internet solution and the Minecraft Education license available to participating establishments.

The number of participants will be increased

While the first edition of the “Inwi Challenge” saw the participation of 39 schools in 3 regional academies (Fez – Meknes, Tangier – Tetouan – Al Hoceima and Rabat – Salé – Kénitra) and more than 3,000 students from of the establishments concerned, “we will do from 10,000 this year to over 20,000 next year”, set the CEO of Inwi as the target of the third edition.

This education competition, which lasted 7 months, saw the participation of 163 schools, 72 colleges and 91 high schools, within 12 regional academies representing all regions of the country and more than 10,000 students. from concerned establishments. Managed by 190 teachers with the support of volunteer trainers, these students receive training in several disciplines: math, history, languages, and more. The total number of hours of workshops given to students was 1,140 hours.

In addition, based on edutainment workshops around the Minecraft Education Edition game, the “Inwi Challenge” educational program is part of the activities conducted by the Department of National Education with its partners and establishments working in conjunction in information technology and teaching communication. aimed at promoting learning and education.

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