Rules
Each week of the challenge, students will spend about 45 to 60 minutes on the Chasing Einstein Challenge as a part of their math class. Students will either work in groups or individually depending on what the classroom teacher decides. This is what Chasing Einstein will consist of during the 4560 minutes:
Students will earn Einstein Points (EPs) for their attitude and effort during Chasing Einstein time. The classroom teachers will observe the students and fill out a scoring form each week for their students. The goal is to earn as many EPs as possible. 
Earning Points
The team with the highest average of EPs at the end of the eight week challenge will be crowned the champion.
This is how students earn EPs each week:
This is how the DSU Math Mentors earn EPs each week:

Leaderboard
Each week the leaderboard will be updated with the team standings. The team at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the 8week challenge will be crowned the champion. This is how the points are tabulated for each team.
Example:
