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BEAL BANK DALLAS REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR 54 th YEAR. JUDGING ORIENTATION Organization Scoring Conduct . MICHAEL HOYE. 1. Organization. BEAL BANK 54th REGIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR. Part of International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF)

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BEAL BANK DALLAS REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR54th YEAR

JUDGING ORIENTATION

  • Organization

  • Scoring

  • Conduct


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MICHAEL HOYE

1. Organization


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BEAL BANK54th REGIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR

  • Part of International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF)

    Millions of student projects worldwide

  • Our Region:8 counties, 600 schools

  • 900 middle/high school students here today, won at school and district fairs.

    Winners go to State and International


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2010 ISEF World Champion

Amy Chyao

From Dallas Regional Fair


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MAJOR SPONSORS

  • Beal Bank

  • Southern Methodist University

  • Fluor

  • Toyota


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TWO KINDS OF JUDGE

RED RIBBONS

Science CategoryJudges determine 1st, 2nd, 3rd places

BLUE RIBBONS

SpecialAward Judges determine donor organizations’ own prizes.


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ORIENTATION

REDsit at table with the number on your name badge

Captains take one of the packages on table

BLUE sit at table with your organization’s name


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Special Award Judging

  • BLUEjudges use your own scoring criteria to determine your winners

    (you may wish to use ISEF scoresheets).

  • Submit your results to Special Award desk by 1:00 p.m

    (students will leave at Noon)

    Following slides refer to RED judgesonly


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PROJECT BREAKDOWN

Science Categories

EachRED group judge projects in one Division & Category

( sometimes two )


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ROUNDS

---- 9:00 am ----

More than one group

Round One

--- 12:00 pm ----

Round Two

Captains Only

--- 1:00 pm -----


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ROUND 1 Summary

NEW THIS YEAR !

Each judge should complete a scoresheet for each project.

  • If possible, leave time for group discussion

  • Use scores as basis for discussion


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ROUND 1 Summary

Your group picks Top Three projects plus Honorable Mentions (HM).

For categories with only one judge group, rank 1-2-3 & pick up to six HMs.

All Captains submit results and all scoresheets to Admin desk by Noon.


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ROUND 2 Summary

Required if more than one judge group per category (shown on Captain’s results sheet).

  • Captains meet up at Admin desk, go compare projects (no interviews)

  • Rank 1-2-3 & select up to six Honorable Mentions in category.

  • Submit results to Central Admin desk by 1:00 pm


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MICHAEL DALY

2. Scoring


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DON’T SCORE

Unattended projects

Projects withRED dot on board

label. They failed ISEF rules.

However, do interview students

withREDdot projects.


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FOLLOW ISEF CRITERIA

Individual Team

Creativity30 25

Scientific Thought 3025

(or Engineering Goals)

Skill 1512

Thoroughness1512

Clarity1010

Teamwork - 16

TOTAL 100 100


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SCORING

  • Complete a scoresheet for each project

  • Score on either Scientific Thought

    or Engineering Goals, as appropriate

  • Use scores as basis for discussion

  • Give all scoresheets to your Captain


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TEAM PROJECTS

  • Include all members in the interview to ensure each contributed to the project.

  • The final work should reflect the coordinated efforts of all team members.

  • Note different ISEF scoring

    UseBLUEscoresheets


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3. Conduct

RICHARD COHEN


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SENSITIVITY

  • Consider age and maturity.

  • Be aware of knowledge level.

  • Be respectful : please discuss, not lecture, in your interview.

  • This is serious competition for students


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Judging “DOs”

  • Discuss the project with the student.

  • Only one Judge at a project at one time

  • Budget 8-10 minutes for each project.

  • Complete notes, evaluations & scoring away from the student.

  • Remember your interview is a memorable experience for the student.


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JUDGING “DON’Ts”

  • Ask about parents or school

  • Judge someone you know

  • Fill out forms in front of the student

  • Discuss your judging process with

    students/parents/teachers later


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CAPTAINS’ RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Leadership, discussion, consensus building, ranking and accuracy.

  • Arbitrate differences of opinion.

  • Listen closely for public address announcements.

  • MAINTAIN THE TIMETABLE


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CAPTAINS’ RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Begin judging when released at 9 a.m.

  • Return Round 1 results and all scoresheets by Noon.

  • Liase with other Captains for Round 2 (if needed). Another member can sub.

  • Return Round 2 results by 1:00 p.m., before taking lunch.


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THANK YOU … and enjoy your buffet lunch….but please finish all your judging first!

Projects and results on

public display here today

5:00-6:30 pm


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QUESTIONS?

DON’T MOVE YET !

  • Which categories need Captains?

  • Which categories need more judges?


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