Arizona FIRST LEGO League

Volunteer Resources and Training

THANK YOU for volunteering to support Arizona FIRST LEGO League (FLL)!  Your support makes it possible for hundreds of Arizona children to experience this exciting program.

The following resources are shared to help you prepare for a fun, safe and inspiring volunteer experience! Email Jennifer Velez at jennifer.velez@asu.edu should you require any additional information.

All Volunteers

Judges

Judge “To Do List”

1. ALL Judge Advisors and STATE Championship judges MUST complete the Judge Training in VIMS!

2. Review the following materials for your specific judging area (Core Values, Project, or Robot Design):

Prep Packs State Championship Judges on 12/12:

3. After completing items 1 and 2 above, view training videos:

Email Jennifer Velez at jennifer.velez@asu.edu with any conflict of interest you may have in judging a team.

Judge Advisors

This is a KEY volunteer position.  KEY volunteers require advanced training as prescribed by FIRST headquarters.  Rather than judge teams, the Judge Advisor oversees the judging process and judging quality for the event.  The Judge Advisor ensures that FLL Global Standards for Judging and Awards are followed.  Judge Advisors are responsible for overseeing all judges for the event, including any necessary pre-event communication and training.  Judge Advisors assure paperwork is provided for the judges (including rubrics and scoring sheets) for each area being judged. Requires intimate familiarity with the Judging Manual and advance training.

Judge Advisor To Do List

 

  • Complete Judge Advisor Certification Training in VIMS
  • Review to the judging resources provided in the judging tab above
  • Attend or review recording of Judge online training – See “Judges” above

Additional Judge Advisor Resources

Referees

Observes team robot game matches, identifies rule violations, assesses field for scoring of matches, and participates in deliberations regarding contested calls and official scores.  Position works under the direction of the Head Referee.  Requires advance training and intimate knowledge of current Robot Challenge Game rules.  Plays a critical role in ensuring smooth flow of match play and maintaining the pace of the event.  Embodies FLL core values while monitoring and promoting sage practices on and around the playing field.

Referee To Do List:

  1. Challenge Rules and Updates
  2. FLL Trash Trek Score Sheet
  3. Referee Training: 

REFEREE MEETING 8:00 a.m. on Tournament Day  

Scoring/Timekeeper

Field Setup Assistant

Registration/Information Desk

Team Guide Mentor

Jr.Fll Expo Assistant

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