What is it are you doing?

Maths course

Programming course

For beginners

Preparation for maths olympiads

Probability and statistics

Maths for/in Oxbridge

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

"Getting started" (EM-0 course)

"Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" (EM-1 course)

"Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" (EM-1 course)

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

"Getting started" (EM-0 course)

"Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" (EM-1 course)

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

"Basic Olympiad Ideas" (course EM-2)

"Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" (course EM-3)

"Diving in Combinatorics" (course EM-4)

"Diving in Geometry" (course EM-5)

"Diving in Algebra and Number Theory" (course EM-6)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part I" (course EM-7)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part II" (course EM-8)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part III" (course EM-9)

"Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" (course EM-3)

"Diving in Combinatorics" (course EM-4)

"Diving in Geometry" (course EM-5)

"Diving in Algebra and Number Theory" (course EM-6)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part I" (course EM-7)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part II" (course EM-8)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part III" (course EM-9)

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

"Basic Olympiad Ideas" (course EM-2)

"Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" (course EM-3)

"Diving in Combinatorics" (course EM-4)

"Diving in Geometry" (course EM-5)

"Diving in Algebra and Number Theory" (course EM-6)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part I" (course EM-7)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part II" (course EM-8)

"Ol-maths for seniors, part III" (course EM-9)

Educational process overview

Online lessons with a teacher

Work (online) between the lessons

Keep going and check the ORT

About online lessons with a teacher

Every week there will be one online lesson. The times and dates of the lessons can be found on this page (scroll up a bit).

All of the lessons happen online in our online space in an application called "Gather". It is like zoom/google meet/.... but much more interactive. The link for joining the lessons as well as more information about it is in "Gather space" section in the menu. And once your place has been confirmed, you should get access to it.

Each lesson will usually start by the discussion about the previous lesson, and then continue to a new topic. We expect students to interact with teachers (by talking or messaging).

All of the lessons happen online in our online space in an application called "Gather". It is like zoom/google meet/.... but much more interactive. The link for joining the lessons as well as more information about it is in "Gather space" section in the menu. And once your place has been confirmed, you should get access to it.

Each lesson will usually start by the discussion about the previous lesson, and then continue to a new topic. We expect students to interact with teachers (by talking or messaging).

Working (online) between the lessons

After each lesson (except the last one), students will receive homework. We expect pupils to work on it during the week and send us full written solutions before the next lesson via "Telegram" (it is like WhatsApp, Messenger, ... but more secure and faster): simply message the kvantaen account at any time, the link is on this page (scroll up a bit). We will get back to you as soon as we can.

If you do not have Telegram, it is easy to download it and start using. Visit telegram.org to do it (you will need a phone and two minutes of your time). Once this is done you can message us 24/7!

If you do not have Telegram, it is easy to download it and start using. Visit telegram.org to do it (you will need a phone and two minutes of your time). Once this is done you can message us 24/7!

Keep going and check the ORT from time to time

Thus the educational process looks like this: "lesson, work during the week, lesson, ....". Please note that at any point in time every single pupil will have work to do. No exceptions! In particular students who find main content too easy and solve everything can work on extra problems.

The problemsheets (in particular homeworks) as well as the results can be found in so-called Online Rate Table ("ORT") that you should have access to. The link to the ORT is on this page (scroll up a bit).

The problemsheets (in particular homeworks) as well as the results can be found in so-called Online Rate Table ("ORT") that you should have access to. The link to the ORT is on this page (scroll up a bit).

So, what is ORT?

Online Rate Table ("ORT" in short) is an online table that shows the progress of each of the students (under nicknames if they prefer) and that contains the links to all the classworks, homeworks and extra problems. In particular you can see which problems were solved by who and what is the current status of your certificate (if it is bronze, silver, gold or none).

The link to the ORT for your course is on this page (scroll up a bit).

The link to the ORT for your course is on this page (scroll up a bit).

Online lessons with a teacher

Work (online) between the lessons

Keep going and check the ORT

About online lessons with a teacher

Every week there will be one online lesson. The times and dates of the lessons can be found on this page (scroll up a bit).

All of the lessons happen online in our online space in an application called "Gather". It is like zoom/google meet/.... but much more interactive. The link for joining the lessons as well as more information about it is in "Gather space" section in the menu. And once your place has been confirmed, you should get access to it.

Each lesson will usually start by the discussion about the previous lesson, and then continue to a new topic. We expect students to interact with teachers (by talking or messaging).

All of the lessons happen online in our online space in an application called "Gather". It is like zoom/google meet/.... but much more interactive. The link for joining the lessons as well as more information about it is in "Gather space" section in the menu. And once your place has been confirmed, you should get access to it.

Each lesson will usually start by the discussion about the previous lesson, and then continue to a new topic. We expect students to interact with teachers (by talking or messaging).

Working (online) between the lessons

After each lesson (except the last one), students will receive homework. We expect pupils to work on it during the week and send us full written solutions before the next lesson via "Telegram" (it is like WhatsApp, Messenger, ... but more secure and faster): simply message the kvantaen account at any time, the link is on this page (scroll up a bit). We will get back to you as soon as we can.

If you do not have Telegram, it is easy to download it and start using. Visit telegram.org to do it (you will need a phone and two minutes of your time). Once this is done you can message us 24/7!

If you do not have Telegram, it is easy to download it and start using. Visit telegram.org to do it (you will need a phone and two minutes of your time). Once this is done you can message us 24/7!

Keep going and check the ORT from time to time

Thus the educational process looks like this: "lesson, work during the week, lesson, ....". Please note that at any point in time every single pupil will have work to do. No exceptions! In particular students who find main content too easy and solve everything can work on extra problems.

The problemsheets (in particular homeworks) as well as the results can be found in so-called Online Rate Table ("ORT") that you should have access to. The link to the ORT is on this page (scroll up a bit).

The problemsheets (in particular homeworks) as well as the results can be found in so-called Online Rate Table ("ORT") that you should have access to. The link to the ORT is on this page (scroll up a bit).

So, what is ORT?

Online Rate Table ("ORT" in short) is an online table that shows the progress of each of the students (under nicknames if they prefer) and that contains the links to all the classworks, homeworks and extra problems. In particular you can see which problems were solved by who and what is the current status of your certificate (if it is bronze, silver, gold or none).

The link to the ORT for your course is on this page (scroll up a bit).

The link to the ORT for your course is on this page (scroll up a bit).

Once you complete your course

CERTIFICATES

KVEDALLIONS

At the end of the course each student will get a certificate with his/her final overall mark, that corresponds to the overall rating in the Online Rate Table (ORT). Depending on your result you can get one of the following certificates:

a) Gold certificate (>90% in the ORT)

b) Silver certificate (70%-90% in the ORT)

c) Bronze certificate (50%-70% in the ORT)

a) Gold certificate (>90% in the ORT)

b) Silver certificate (70%-90% in the ORT)

c) Bronze certificate (50%-70% in the ORT)

You can get a "Critical thinker" kvedallion for completing "For beginners" course(s). To get it you need to do one of the following:

- get a gold certificate for "Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" course
- get at least silver certificate for both of "Getting started" and "Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" courses

CERTIFICATES

KVEDALLIONS

a) Gold certificate (>90% in the ORT)

b) Silver certificate (70%-90% in the ORT)

c) Bronze certificate (50%-70% in the ORT)

- get a gold certificate for "Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" course
- get at least silver certificate for both of "Getting started" and "Constructions, proofs and a few nice ideas" courses

CERTIFICATES

KVEDALLIONS

a) Gold certificate (>90% in the ORT)

b) Silver certificate (70%-90% in the ORT)

c) Bronze certificate (50%-70% in the ORT)

There are three kvedallions you can get for doing some of the olympiad maths courses:

- "Junior Matholymper". How to get one?
- "Skilful Matholymper". How to get one?
- "Seniór Matholiador". How to get one?

- get a gold certificate for "Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" course
- get at least silver certificate for both "Basic Olympiad Ideas" and "Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" courses

- get two gold certificates for some of the courses "Diving in Combinatorics", "Diving in Geometry", "Diving in Number Theory and Algebra"
- get at least silver certificates for all of the courses "Diving in Combinatorics", "Diving in Geometry", "Diving in Number Theory and Algebra"

- get a gold certificate for "Ol-maths for seniors, part III" course
- get at least silver certificates for both of the courses "Ol-maths for seniors, part II" and "Ol-maths for seniors, part III"
- get at least bronze certificates for both of the course: "Ol-maths for seniors, part I" & ""Ol-maths for seniors, part II" and also get at least a silver certificate for "Ol-maths for seniors, part III"

CERTIFICATES

KVEDALLIONS

a) Gold certificate (>90% in the ORT)

b) Silver certificate (70%-90% in the ORT)

c) Bronze certificate (50%-70% in the ORT)

- "Junior Matholymper". How to get one?

- "Skilful Matholymper". How to get one?

- "Seniór Matholiador". How to get one?

- get a gold certificate for "Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" course
- get at least silver certificate for both "Basic Olympiad Ideas" and "Two in one: maths for IT and discrete maths" courses

- get two gold certificates for some of the courses "Diving in Combinatorics", "Diving in Geometry", "Diving in Number Theory and Algebra"
- get at least silver certificates for all of the courses "Diving in Combinatorics", "Diving in Geometry", "Diving in Number Theory and Algebra"

- get a gold certificate for "Ol-maths for seniors, part III" course
- get at least silver certificates for both of the courses "Ol-maths for seniors, part II" and "Ol-maths for seniors, part III"
- get at least bronze certificates for both of the course: "Ol-maths for seniors, part I" & ""Ol-maths for seniors, part II" and also get at least a silver certificate for "Ol-maths for seniors, part III"

The information will be added later, closer to the first lesson.

The information will be added later, closer to the first lesson.

From zero to hero

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

Introduction to programming and graphics (course IT-1)

Graphics and some maths (course IT-2)

More cool algorithms and animations (course IT-3)

Getting started with c++ (course IT-4)

Fighting for efficient algorithms (course IT-5)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part I (course IT-6)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part II (course IT-7)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part III (course IT-8)

Graphics and some maths (course IT-2)

More cool algorithms and animations (course IT-3)

Getting started with c++ (course IT-4)

Fighting for efficient algorithms (course IT-5)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part I (course IT-6)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part II (course IT-7)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part III (course IT-8)

(the links will be added later)

Links to Online Rate Tables (ORTs)

Introduction to programming and graphics (course IT-1)

Graphics and some maths (course IT-2)

More cool algorithms and animations (course IT-3)

Getting started with c++ (course IT-4)

Fighting for efficient algorithms (course IT-5)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part I (course IT-6)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part II (course IT-7)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part III (course IT-8)

Graphics and some maths (course IT-2)

More cool algorithms and animations (course IT-3)

Getting started with c++ (course IT-4)

Fighting for efficient algorithms (course IT-5)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part I (course IT-6)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part II (course IT-7)

Diving in c++ and competitive programming, part III (course IT-8)

Python

C++

Even though it is theoretically possible to code from a phone, it is very inconvenient and we recommend doing this from a laptop / computer. But we will leave the thing for coding below for now.

The students need to have c++ and some IDE working on their computer laptop. More information will be added later, closer to the first lesson that involves programming in c++.

The students need to have c++ and some IDE working on their computer laptop. More information will be added later, closer to the first lesson that involves programming in c++.

Educational process overview

Online lessons with a teacher

Work (online) between the lessons

Keep going and check the ORT

Online lessons with a teacher

Work (online) between the lessons

Keep going and check the ORT