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Pedantic Learning
A collection of good practices, fun study methods and
teaching techniques for judges who are looking to ...
Introductions are in order
Jonas, L2 from Leuven (BE)
NOT a teacher
Love to learn/teach
Great Teacher’s Decree
● What is mentoring?
● “Teaching is hard, studying is boring”
● Goals:
○ Make teaching easy
○ Make ...
How to start mentoring?
● Find candidates
○ Area Captains
○ L1: First line of contact
○ L2+:
■ Talk to judges, TO, players...
What L1 judges should know
● Comprehensive Rules:
○ Rules Advisor (Test)
○ Turn Structure
○ Casting a spell
○ State Based ...
What L2 judges should know
● Comprehensive Rules:
○ Interaction of replacement effects
○ Interaction of continuous effects...
LET’S PLAY!
Limited Resources?
Remote
MTGO
Annotated IPG
Annotated MTR
Knowledge Pool
JudgeCast
Mystical Tutor
Judge Classes (on Wiki)...
Day of Judgement: the exam
● Make sure candidate is/feels ready to test
● Debrief:
○ Doubts/questions first
○ Mistakes aft...
PASSED!
Explain next steps
Write review
Inform Area Captain
Introduce to community
Follow up
Judge together
FAILED :(
Schedule reassessment
Identify why / what went wrong
Set goals
Focus on getting ready for take 2
Inform Area Cap...
Final words
● Make it a natural approach
● Share experiences/practices
● I’d like to hear from you!
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Pedantic Learning

  1. 1. Pedantic Learning A collection of good practices, fun study methods and teaching techniques for judges who are looking to level up or mentor others.
  2. 2. Introductions are in order Jonas, L2 from Leuven (BE) NOT a teacher Love to learn/teach
  3. 3. Great Teacher’s Decree ● What is mentoring? ● “Teaching is hard, studying is boring” ● Goals: ○ Make teaching easy ○ Make studying fun ● Direct vs Remote
  4. 4. How to start mentoring? ● Find candidates ○ Area Captains ○ L1: First line of contact ○ L2+: ■ Talk to judges, TO, players … ■ Use candidates spreadsheet ● Email / Facebook / Phone
  5. 5. What L1 judges should know ● Comprehensive Rules: ○ Rules Advisor (Test) ○ Turn Structure ○ Casting a spell ○ State Based Actions ○ Abilities (static, triggered, activated) ● MTR / JAR
  6. 6. What L2 judges should know ● Comprehensive Rules: ○ Interaction of replacement effects ○ Interaction of continuous effects ○ End step / Cleanup step ○ Linked abilities ○ ... ● IPG
  7. 7. LET’S PLAY!
  8. 8. Limited Resources? Remote MTGO Annotated IPG Annotated MTR Knowledge Pool JudgeCast Mystical Tutor Judge Classes (on Wiki) Direct Deck checks Challenge with questions Conferences Judge Tower / ASAP
  9. 9. Day of Judgement: the exam ● Make sure candidate is/feels ready to test ● Debrief: ○ Doubts/questions first ○ Mistakes after ○ Explain underlying rule or policy
  10. 10. PASSED! Explain next steps Write review Inform Area Captain Introduce to community Follow up Judge together
  11. 11. FAILED :( Schedule reassessment Identify why / what went wrong Set goals Focus on getting ready for take 2 Inform Area Captain
  12. 12. Final words ● Make it a natural approach ● Share experiences/practices ● I’d like to hear from you!

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