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  • [eDebate] Samford Looking for a Half Commitment At Richmond/Vandy
    eDebate Vandy Emory looking for judges Next message eDebate Whitman CS Cite Request Messages sorted by date thread subject author Will pay 25 a round in cash at the tournament Please backchannel if interested available RG Previous message eDebate Vandy

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  • [eDebate] Whitman CS Cite Request
    Samford Looking for a Half Commitment At Richmond Vandy Next message eDebate Emory needs vandy judging Messages sorted by date thread subject author Backchannel me please Jeff Kurr University of Pittsburgh 2011 Actuarial Mathematics Finance 702 318 1801 next part An HTML attachment was scrubbed URL http www ndtceda com pipermail edebate attachments 20091005 eca8a338 attachment htm Previous message eDebate Samford Looking for a Half Commitment At Richmond Vandy Next

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  • [eDebate] Emory needs vandy judging
    eDebate The 2009 Glenbrooks Seeking Judges Messages sorted by date thread subject author Thanks in advance e next part An HTML attachment was scrubbed URL http www ndtceda com pipermail edebate attachments 20091006 1e373792 attachment htm Previous message eDebate Whitman

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  • [eDebate] The 2009 Glenbrooks - Seeking Judges
    JVLD Public Forum Student Congress We know that this is the same weekend as Wake Forest and we want to still try to provide the best quality pool possible Please email me if you are interested in a full time contract We have a select few of these contracts that are available for individuals that we believe will be highly preferred by most of the pool in the varsity events Transportation and housing a possibility We know some of you are attending the Northwestern University Round Robin immediately following The Glenbrooks as a judge If you are coming in to the North Shore on Monday and would be willing to judge an elim for us on Monday please let me know that as well If you are already attending The Glenbrooks as a part time judge we are paying individuals 40 a round in VCX and VLD that we use you past your commitment We would like as many A A judges in our debates as possible If you are interested in judging rounds past your commitment please email me as well ttate at glenbrook k12 il us Tara GBS Debate Hotmail Powerful Free email with security by Microsoft http

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  • [eDebate] The Success of Women in Debate: Are we slipping?
    until we see parity in terms of participation but there is an added oddity to these numbers This was the break down 1 10 0 women 11 20 3 women 21 30 5 women 31 50 1 woman Does this bunching of women around and just below the speaker award cut off point suggest something of a speaker award glass ceiling Georgia State didn t show quite the same breakdown but still only 5 women in the top 40 Gonzaga was somewhat better I counted at least 10 women in the top 50 apologies for an inaccurate count as some of the names were unfamiliar to me The dearth of successful female debaters creates bigger issues It becomes self reinforcing when there are fewer successful role models available for hire as coaches at both the assistant and director level as well as for lab leaders at summer institutes When competitive success is a necessary perquisite for being hired it s difficult to find qualified applicants even when you re actively seeking them out There are just too few to go around I know how hard it can be to get these kinds of jobs when you weren t well known as a successful debater but I can t imagine how much harder it must be for women who haven t had didn t have competitive success The last major issue that came up informally in a round was the issue of gendered language Maybe I m getting old but I debated in an era where it was close to taboo There were probably a lot of contributing factors including the testimony of numerous women on edebate and other forums that it was an important issue or the success that debaters like Rachel Saloom and Sarah Holbrook had running the argument

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  • [eDebate] The Success of Women in Debate: Are we slipping?
    Because the longer you wait to begin the less likely you are to find it at all Thoreau said Most men lead lives of quiet desperation Don t be resigned to that Break out Mr Keating Tom Schulman Dead Poets Society From whit whitmore at hotmail com To edebate at ndtceda com Date Tue 6 Oct 2009 11 48 05 0400 Subject eDebate The Success of Women in Debate Are we slipping I decided to write this because I noticed a consistent theme in many of my conversations and thoughts this weekend at the Kentucky tournament I want to go ahead and dismiss some of the excuses before I continue any further Yes there are examples of women who have achieved success in recent history and who are successful today My point is not that there aren t any it is rather that there are too few I guess the best way to describe my feelings on this issue is confusion I don t understand why this issue has to keep coming up I know the solutions aren t perfect but we ve at least sketched out some reasonable steps that everyone should be taking to improve the situation make debate a less hostile environment and work to build and preserve self esteem and confidence I guess I have a two part question Is it that these methods are no longer as effective or have we just stopped doing them enough One of the major conversational topics was speaker points I don t think we need to lay the blame on the 100 point scale I think the newness of the 100 point scale just refocused attention on an issue that has always been with us Only three women received a speaker award given to the top 20 at Kentucky NONE were in the top ten I realize it is unrealistic to expect parity in terms of success in numbers until we see parity in terms of participation but there is an added oddity to these numbers This was the break down 1 10 0 women 11 20 3 women 21 30 5 women 31 50 1 woman Does this bunching of women around and just below the speaker award cut off point suggest something of a speaker award glass ceiling Georgia State didn t show quite the same breakdown but still only 5 women in the top 40 Gonzaga was somewhat better I counted at least 10 women in the top 50 apologies for an inaccurate count as some of the names were unfamiliar to me The dearth of successful female debaters creates bigger issues It becomes self reinforcing when there are fewer successful role models available for hire as coaches at both the assistant and director level as well as for lab leaders at summer institutes When competitive success is a necessary perquisite for being hired it s difficult to find qualified applicants even when you re actively seeking them out There are just too few to go

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  • [eDebate] Novice Swing Partner for KCKCC
    message eDebate Looking for Judges for Capitol Debate Fall Classic HS Tournament Oct 31 and Nov 1 Messages sorted by date thread subject author Nuf said Email me Sam Samuel A Maurer Director of Debate Emporia State University next part An HTML attachment was scrubbed URL http www ndtceda com pipermail edebate attachments 20091006 efec27fd attachment htm Previous message eDebate The Success of Women in Debate Are we slipping Next

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  • [eDebate] Looking for Judges for Capitol Debate Fall Classic HS Tournament - Oct 31 and Nov 1
    CEO Founder Capitol Debate Original Message Subject High School Debate Coach Job Opening Full Time From bratt at capitol debate com Date Sat April 04 2009 9 13 pm To edebate at ndtceda com Capitol Debate in partnership with the Howard County School System is hiring a full time coach for its high school debate teams in Howard County Maryland Howard County Maryland High School Debate Teams practice together as a consortium of schools Centennial River Hill Glenelg Mt Hebron Oakland Mills Howard Wilde Lake and several other high schools including McDonogh We started the year with about 24 students traveling nationally to Wake GDS Bronx Capitol Debate Glenbrooks Ohio Valley MBA Pennsbury Harvard Lakeland and Woodward and we will have about 44 students that travel with us nationally next year 2 of our teams from Centennial advanced to elimination rounds at JV Nationals at Woodward with one of the students receiving 9th speaker Capitol Debate in partnership with the Howard County School System oversees the debate teams Capitol Debate is looking to hire a full time coach for the Howard County teams starting in August 2009 As an employee of Capitol Debate the person will Coach the Varsity and Novice teams Oversee strategy and evidence production Travel to Debate Tournaments with Teams Run Debate Practices Listen to practice Debates Redos Teach Workshops during school year for Middle School Debate Help with running the program Other duties of a debate coach The ideal candidate is someone that has experience successfully coaching on the National level We are not seeking a satellite coach but instead someone that can move to this area to coach full time Having a reliable means of transportation is important Salary dependent on experience Howard County Maryland is situated between Washington D C and Baltimore We are

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