TAFE Region XI Registration
Registration is now open - Closes on Tues. Oct. 13, midnight
Click on the Red Competitive Events button to register for Competitive Events and ELF test. Students must be affiliated with Educators Rising in order to compete at the Region level. Find Region 11 and click on the appropriate links.
Click on the red Registration button above. This is where you will order t-shirt sizes and total attendees. After your registration payment is received, you will receive a receipt via email from Holly Kelly, Region XI Secretary Treasurer.
Competitive Events information
On October 28 - BCTAL
Check in begins at 3:00 PM.
Contests and Competitive Events will begin at 4:00 PM.
- Some event start times may be staggered. This will allow some of our judges to arrive.
- Competitive events will begin as soon as students are registered and judges are in place. Please advise your students they will need to write their cell numbers on the event sign up sheets so they may be contacted. If a competitor has a conflict with their scheduled time, they must notify the facilitator and door monitor of their conflict in advance of their scheduled time, not after. In most cases, the last competition will likely begin by 7:30 - 7:45 PM.
- Last ELF testing time will begin at 7:00. The ELF test will be administered online this year. Students must bring a photo ID in order to take the ELF test. It may be a state issued drivers license, ID or their high school ID.
- Cell phones will not be allowed inside the competition rooms for competitors.
Student responsibilities on day of competition
Student competitors should bring the following to the Competitive Events day at BCTAL on October 28.
- All competitors should bring a file folder with their chapter number and identifying information about their event to each competitive event they are competing.
- Each folder should contain 2 rubrics for that event. The rubrics should either be typed or you may computer generate (type) labels that contain the information that is required for that event. Include your chapter number on everything!
- A copy of the dress code compliance form, completed by the student and signed.
- A copy of the statement of originality form, completed by the student and signed.
- Folders should be turned in to the appropriate event when the student checks in on Oct. 28. All students must have this in order to compete!
Changes for Lesson Planning and Delivery Competitions - All four categories
- Competitors will have ten minutes to make their presentation to the judges. During their ten minute presentation, they should incorporate a maximum 2 to 3 minute video clip of the student conducting their lesson in front of their classroom. Judges will have 5 minutes to ask questions after the presentation.
- If your student qualifies for State, they will need to submit a complete (up to ten minutes) video according to the rubric guidelines for state.
- Students may bring their presentations on a travel drive. All classrooms where lesson planning and delivery will be conducted have computers, projectors and wifi.