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EVALUATOR TRAINING. EVALUATION TEAMS. 1 Adult Evaluator 2 Student Evaluators + 1 Student Room Consultant 1 Student Timer 1 Student Clerk 1 Monitor (only when specified). Duties. Evaluators use rubric to rate individual or teams in their event

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evaluation teams
EVALUATION TEAMS
  • 1 Adult Evaluator
  • 2 Student Evaluators

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  • 1 Student Room Consultant
  • 1 Student Timer
  • 1 Student Clerk
  • 1 Monitor (only when specified)
duties
Duties
  • Evaluators use rubric to rate individual or teams in their event
  • Room Consultants check portfolios/displays, complete the Point Summary Form with assistance from the Event Lead Consultant
  • Timer serves as a timekeeper for the presentation
  • Clerk makes a copy of the Point Summary Form and transfer scores from the rubric to the Composite Rating Form
  • Monitor takes teams to and from the preparation room.
evaluators work to
EVALUATORS WORK TO
  • Focus on the accomplishments of youth
  • Measure achievements against standard criteria

EVALUATORS STRIVE FOR

  • Consensus
  • Consistency
  • Fairness
  • Honesty & Sincerity
  • Attention to Detail
  • Feedback
most events consist of
MOST EVENTS CONSIST OF

Students presenting projects in the following formats

  • File Folder Events (6 Events)
  • Display Events (6 Events)
  • Portfolio Events (15 Events)

TWO EVENTS CONSIST OF

  • Students demonstrating skills
  • Culinary Arts
  • Parliamentary Procedure
as evaluators you play a key role
AS EVALUATORS YOU PLAY A KEY ROLE

You determine whether the experience is a positive or negative one for our competitors.

Here is what you can do to:

step 1 prepare for your event
STEP 1:Prepare for your Event
  • Print &
  • read complete Event guidelines from:
  • fcclainc.org/content/star-events/
ask questions
ASK QUESTIONS

If something in the Event Guidelines or Rubric needs clarification... A S K

  • At the Chapter Level, ask the Chapter Adviser
  • At the Regional or State Level, ask the Lead Consultant for your event.
step 2 competition day
STEP 2: COMPETITION DAY

Arrive onsite 15-20 minutes early

  • Bring your Event and other related competition information
  • Sign in
  • Attend Evaluator Orientation
  • Meet the other Evaluators and facilitators you will be working with
step 3 before the presentation
STEP 3:BEFORE THE PRESENTATION
  • Put away cell phones
  • Familiarize yourself with any forms you have been given
  • Write the team member names and chapter on the top of

the rubric

step 4 during the presentation
STEP 4:DURING THE PRESENTATION
  • Be attentive and smile
  • Take notes
  • Think about questions to ask – ask similar questions to each team
  • If you think you missed a criteria point, ask a clarifying question
step 5 after presentation
STEP 5:AFTER PRESENTATION
  • Ask any clarifying questions to the competitor/s

WHEN THE INDIVIDUAL/TEAM

HAS LEFT THE ROOM

  • Score ONLY on the criteria not on personal characteristics or their personal story
  • If you take away a point, give a comment/reason
rubric
RUBRIC

Consider the criteria for each possible point. Score by putting the points for each section in the “POINTS” column.

Comments also go in the “POINTS” column

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On the last page of the Rubric

  • total the points
  • Use a calculator to check your math

Don’t forget to initial each rubric.

step 6 discuss with evaluators
STEP 6:DISCUSS WITH EVALUATORS
  • Make sure you do NOT have more than a 10 point difference between the 3 evaluator totals.

IF YOU HAVE A 10+ POINT DIFFERENCE

  • Discuss your scores for consistency
    • Maybe someone missed one of the criteria points in the presentation.
    • Re-adjust your score so you do not have the 10+ point difference
step 7 feedback
STEP 7:FEEDBACK
  • Bring the individual/team back in the competition room.
  • Give GENERAL Feedback
    • Tell them what you liked about their presentation
    • Tell them where they could make improvements
  • Do NOT tell them their score
  • Do NOT tell them whether or not they will advance
  • Keep ALL scoring information confidential until after the awards session
step 8 point summary sheet
STEP 8: POINT SUMMARY SHEET

The Room Consultant with the Lead Consultant will have completed the upper portion

  • Transfer the 3 Evaluator Scores
  • Average the 3 scores. Do not round off.
  • All Evaluators initial
award ratings
AWARD RATINGS
  • Point Summary Totals
    • 90+ GOLD
    • 80-89.99 SILVER
    • 1-79.99 BRONZE
  • Regional Level receives certificates
  • State and National Levels receive medals
important reminder
IMPORTANT REMINDER
  • If your point total was not 90+ the individual/team will not advance to State.
  • If it was your intent that the presentation move to State, then the point total needs to be 90+.
  • At the Regional level, if the presentation could be State caliber with minor improvements, then you will need to adjust the points. Ask your Lead Consultant for advice.
thank you
THANK YOU

We value the time and effort you will put into our competition.

Thank you for all you do!!

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