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Revised Implementing Guidelines for Skills Exhibition 2012 NATIONAL Technolympics
Revised Implementing Guidelines for Skills Exhibition
2012 NATIONAL Technolympics
1. The 2012 National Technolympics will showcase marketable products and performances in the different skills acquired by the students in the various specializations of Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE). This is open to all high school students enrolled in both public and private high schools and technical vocational high schools all over the Philippines.
III. Event Guidelines
1.1 Lower Levels
1.1.1 The Division Officials will conduct the Division Level Technolympics to determine participants to the Regional Level.1.2 National Level
1.2.1 The national winners shall be declared among the competing participants.
Showcasing of Best Practices
2. Technolympics Mechanics:
2.1.1 The 2012 National Technolympics shall be participated in by bonafide students enrolled in the Public _General or Technical Vocational) or Private High Schools during the School Year 2011-2012, duly certified by the school heads.2.1.2 Likewise, the school principal shall certify that the students are enrolled in the field of specialization where they are competing and participating.2.1.3 TLE teachers must submit the following:
2.2.1 A region shall have one to two participants per event as specified in the event packages.2.2.2 Participants may only compete in one event2.2.3 There shall be nine (9) individual and three (3) team (of two members) events.2.3 Bazaar
2.3.1 All the participating regions are required to display their best products and services or both (on or before the opening program) in the bazaar. However, the region will choose one entry for each product and service to compete for the most enterprising award. Each region shall assign one (1) TLE/TVE student to market their products/services withing the exhibit booth area.2.3.2 All items in the exhibit area must be offered for sale.2.3.3 All products/services offered/displayed in the Bazaar are produced/rendered by the TLE and STVE students as attested by the School head.2.4 Mechanics of Judging - Skills Exhibition
2.4.1 The products and performances of participants in all the events shall be judged by three (3) members of the Board of Judges composed of two (2) experts (practitioner, service provider or professional) from the field and one (1) BSE Specialist.2.4.2 Judges will use the prepared Score sheets for both products and performances. Points given to each of the contestants shall be added by each of the members of the Jury. The total scores of each participant shall be ranked with the highest total number of points as rank one (1).2.4.3 The tabulation committee members, who are BSE specialists assisted by ICT teachers from the host school, shall review the computation and ranking made by the judges. The participant with the highest total number of points shall be declared champion.2.4.4 The final results shall be reviewed by the members of the Board of Judges before affixing their signatures in the summary sheet.2.4.5 In case of a tie, triple tie or a quadruple tie, the participant who finished first will be declared the champion.2.4.6 The decision of the Board of Judges is final.2.5 Mechanics for Judging - Booth Exhibits (Most Enterprising Award)
2.5.1 Entry product and service from each region will be judged based on certain criteria by DTI Representatives.3.0 Prizes and Awards
3.1 The contestants and the trainers shall be awarded Certificates of Recognition and Participation.3.2 Trophies/Medals and a Certificate of Merit will be awarded to the first three top placers.3.3 For purposes of determining the general championship, the rank system shall be followed:
First Place - 1Second Place - 2Third Place - 3Fourth Place - 4Fifth Place - 5Sixth Place - 63.4 The following Trophies shall be awarded to the Overall Champion, First Runner-up, Second Runner-up and Third Runner-up:
Overall Champion - 24" TrophyFirst Runner-Up - 20" TrophySecond Runner-up - 16" TrophyThird Runner-up - 12" Trophy
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