National Individual Events

National Individual Events Guide 2017-18

08-23-2016 10:50

This NIEs library contains all 2017-18 Individual Events documents, specifically: • a summary of changes from 2016-17 to 2017-18; • an “At a Glance” table summarizing the events and corresponding guidelines; • the complete 2017-18 National Individual Events guide; and • an optional community standards and copyright form if needed for your school, district, or state. The rubrics can be found in the 2017-18 NIEs Rubric libraries (High school and Middle school). We would like to thank everyone who offered their input and expertise in the original creation of these documents: our writing team of Dr. Mary Schuttler, Leslie Van Leishout, and Cory Wilkerson; Individual Events Committee members Paul Hampton, Craig Inhen, Kit Rodgers, and Dr. Jay Seller; the Colorado Thespians; the chapter directors who participated in the town hall meetings; and the nearly 600 members who participated in the surveys. Additionally, thank you to the EdTA Board and the leaders from the 2016 Leadership Summit for clarification and program enhancements. The 2016-17 committee leaders were Cece Conrath, Stewart Hawk, Gai Jones, Melissa Mintzer, Nick Sostillio, Alan Strait, and Kendra Willeby.

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National Individual Event Guide 2017-18   367K   1 version
Uploaded - 09-18-2017
This is the guide for 2017-18. It is important to read this completely for the best experience for students.
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National Individual Events summary guide 2017-18.pdf   129K   1 version
Uploaded - 07-28-2017
This is a 2-page summary of the rules by category. It is important to read the complete guideline for the best experience for students.
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NIEs Community Standards and Copyright Form 2018-18 (Opti...pdf   120K   1 version
Uploaded - 07-28-2017
This is an OPTIONAL (thanks to Texas)
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NIEs summary of changes 2017-18.pdf   108K   1 version
Uploaded - 07-28-2017
A short summary of the key changes to the program from 2016-17 to 2017-18. It is important to read the complete guideline for the best experience for students.

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