Judging Resources


Judging Tips


Judging Video (Sponsored Awards but also Excellence too)


Marking Rubric Experiment


Marking Rubric  Innovation


Marking Rubric Study




Each year the WRSTEF needs more than 300 judges to mark the many projects that participate in the fair.


We have two types of judges:

Excellence Judges who work in teams of 3-5 people to assign a mark to each project, and ;

Sponsored Award Judgeswho choose the best project that fit the criteria for one of our many local awards.


The majority of our judges are faculty or graduate students from St.Clair College and the University of Windsor. As well, some of our sponsors send judges to choose the projects for the awards that they sponsor.


You can register to judge via the Registration page.


The intinerary to date is as follow :

9:00 - 9:30 -- Judge briefing

9:30 - 9:40 -- Judge organizing in their breakout rooms

9:40 - 12:00 -- Interviews

12:00 - 12:40 -- Lunch

12:40 - 14:40 -- Interviews

(*) Students must be available until 15:00.


This document includes judging tips that will come in handy during judging day.


A while ago, we had produced this judging video that explains the judging process, in person, for sponsored awards. Both Excellence and Sponsored Awards rely on the same marking rubric so once your past the Sponsored Award blurb, the rest of the video is pertinent.