Event Code: RE-WORKSHOP-19-8304
Program: Workshops & Camps
Type of Event: Workshop
Capacity: 40 / Spots Open: 18
Max Registrations per Organization: 2
Price: FREEThis event is closed to registration because:
Campus Map - Parking and Building Information - assume the gate is OPEN first, as that parking area is much closer. if the gate is CLOSED, then park in the indicated place, and it is a short walk through the campus to the STEM building.Campus Map - Parking and Building Information
This event is free.
If the event needs to be cancelled, an email will be send and the name of this event will include CANCELLED.
This agenda is only a guide - I expect our actual schedule to change depending on the flow of the discussions we are having. I anticipate questions and answers and conversations on relevent topics to drive our actual agenda as we go through the day.
9:15-9:30 - General Meet and Greet session / Set up
9:30-9:45- Discussion of growth in New Jersey, and outline for best practices for scheduling
9:45 - 10:15 - Overview of best practices for event management - I will have a short presentation but I expect much of this to be in a Q&A format, and questions will be answered as they arise
10:15-10:45 - Tournament Manager Walkthrough / Features
10:45 -11:15 - Refereeing / Judging Q&A
11:15-11:45 -Networking / Q&A Lunch
11:45-2:30 - Open Forum / Q&A
Grade Level: All
Robot Skills Challenge Offered: No
TSA Event: No
This meeting will be held in STEM Room 102, on The College of New Jersey's campus. Please see the map under "documents" for parking directions. Lunch will be provided - if you have any specific dietary requirements please let me know.
This meeting has four main objectives:
1. To present a picture of the growth we've seen in our state, and to outline a vision of where that growth may take us in the future.
2. To work out a general strategy for scheduling events and sharing equipment for this season's competitions to maximize the number of events and their timing and locations to best serve all teams in our state.
3. Provide some foundational training for those interested in holding events - overall guidelines, best practices, and Tournament Manager software training.
4. Discuss any statewide issues as well as general questions and answers regarding holding events and managing volunteers and teams to give all students the best possible experiences.