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IGNITING Creative Energy. A K-12 Student Challenge for Johnson Controls Market Teams . Elissa Richards, Shannon Poulson National Energy Foundation. Judging ICE 2013 Goal. Conduct ICE 2013 judging for your school districts. Selecting three of your top entries. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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IGNITINGCreative EnergyA K-12 Student Challenge forJohnson Controls Market Teams

Elissa Richards, Shannon PoulsonNational Energy Foundation1Elissa: Introductions and turn time over to ShannonJudging ICE 2013 GoalConduct ICE 2013 judging for your school districts.Selecting three of your top entries.Award $500 Apple gift cardSend to Milwaukee for National ICE contest

Your goal or main objective is to select 3 of your top entries, go to their school(s) to recognize & award the students, then send those projects to Milwaukee for the National ICE Challenge.

The call today will be how to achieve this goal and the tools you will need.2StepsOrganization and preparationJudging and Selection of projectsAwards and RecognitionThree steps we will cover are:

Organization and preparation for judgingJudging and Selection of projectsAwards and Recognition

3Step 1: Organization and PreparationSeparate projects into grade clustersK-5, 6-8 & 9-12Separate by media typesAssign a unique number to each project

Give examples of different types of mediaOrganize entries into a spreadsheet- where you assign a unique number4Step 1: Organization and PreparationDetermine if a preliminary judging is necessary40 or more projectsTwo hours to judge 15 projects with judging panel

Preliminary judging can occur within branch offices. Discuss how later on.5Step 1: Organize & PrepHave proper equipment availableEx. Computer, cassette player, etc.Judging sheet for each projectBrochure of rules for referenceTalley sheet

Judges Look For ...Wise energy choices and environmental stewardshipOriginal and creative workComplete written explanation

Step 2: Judging and Selection7We want to reward excellence. The judging panel, made up of energy professionals, educators, and experts will review each entry.

Points are earned for:

Theme the entry illustrates wise energy choices and environmental stewardship.

Originality and creativity

Written explanation What motivated you to enter this challenge? What actions and ideas do you hope to convey? What is the impact of your project in your own life or in the lives of others?Judging Form

Looking for the same criteria in every single entry.Digital format for download is located on at www.ignitingcreativeenergy.org/jci or in JCIs eroom.

8Step 2: Judging and SelectionPreliminary judgingGoal to select which projectswill be judged by the panel of judges (final judging)Keep in mind the grade clustersWho You, your team and/or any others you feel are qualifiedPrep Equipment needed for viewing projects, a judging sheet for each project and a list of rules (brochure)

Goal of 9Step 2: Judging and SelectionFinal judging Panel of JudgesGoal to select three winners for your local ICE challenge.Keep in mind the grade clustersWho Your panel of qualified judgesPrep Equipment needed for viewing projects, a judging sheet for each project per judge and a list of rules (brochure)Possibly lunch or breakfast, water and treatsFinal judging Panel of JudgesGoal to select three winners for your local ICE challenge.Keep in mind the grade clustersWho Your panel of qualified judges Now is the time to invite your panel if you havent alreadyPrep Equipment needed for viewing projects, a judging sheet for each project and a list of rules (brochure)10Step 2: Judging and SelectionFinal judging Panel of JudgesSelect the grade cluster you want to judgeIf you are familiar with the projects (prelim judging), you may want to explain the projects first.Equally distribute the projects to all the judges. Once a project as been judged by a judge, have them pass it on to the next judge. Do this until all judges have seen and judged all the projects.Using the supplied tally sheet, find the average score for each project.Final judging Panel of Judges11Judging Tally

Enter in project number or nameHave judges rank each project. For example, if you have 14 projects, rank them 1-14 (1 being the best)Enter the rank for each project under the appropriate judgeEliminate projects that are scored low by all or most judgesWith the remaining projects, have judges discuss what they liked and didnt like about each project. This is a good time to see other points of view.Continue until judges agree on winner.

ELISSA I WILL BE SHOWING A REAL SAMPLE OF THIS PROCESS FOR BETTER EXPANATION.

12Step 2: Judging and SelectionWhat to do with projects once you have selected the winnersMake a copy the winning projects (photo copy, take pictures, etc.)Send original winning projects to Michelle Tanem in MilwaukeeRecommendation Keep the projects and judging sheets for a year.What to do with projects once you have selected the winnersMake a copy the winning projects (photo copy, take pictures, etc.)Send original winning projects to Michelle Tanem in Milwaukee make sure it has the entry form and written explanation with the projectRecommendation Keep the projects and judging sheets for a year. Every year we have someone come back to us and ask about a project

13Every participant receives an Award CertificateStep 3: Recognition & Rewards

14We want to recognize the hard work that every students put forth for this Challenge, therefore every entrant will receive an Award Certificate. This certificate will be in the eroom for you to download.

Announcing the Three WinnersWhen: April 22 - 26Where: Assemblies, School board meeting, Classroom surprise, etc.What: When presenting award use a big visual. i.e. Big check, Balloons and gift cardInvite: Superintendent, School board, MayorOpportunity to build relationshipsSchedule photographer and mediaJCI help Sarah ZwickyThis is the opportunity to invite the super the board the mayor - build relationships.Set up a time with the school assembly attach to current assemblybig visual big check and gift card and balloonstake lead for photographer and media JCI media helperKit script for ideas - from JCI15Timetable for EntriesApril 12 entries dueApril 13-19 judging heldApril 22-26 - winners announcedMay 1 school winners sent to nationalsMay 13 national winners announcedJune 12-13 Energy Efficiency Forum

16Based on school schedules, school winners will be announced sometime between April 15 and 26.Your ICE Support TeamElissa Richards at National Energy Foundation program administrationelissa@nef1.org, 801.327.9505Shannon Poulson at National Energy Foundation program implementation, websiteshannon@nef1.org, 801.327.9509 cell: 801.390.4547Michelle Tanem at Johnson Controls marketing program to districts, national winners, Energy Efficiency Forummichelle.l.tanem@jci.com, 414.524.5574Sarah Zwicky at Johnson Controls media relations to promote school winnerssarah.zwicky@jci.com, 414.524.691617National Energy Foundation Contacts:Elissa Richardselissa@nef1.org801.327.9505

Shannon Poulsonshannon@nef1.org801.327.9509Cell: 801.390.4547Its time to ignite the creativity!

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