One area where just about every student did an outstanding job was with presenting the information. There was VERY little reading of content. Most students discussed their content in a manner that made the presentation enjoyable and easy to listen to and learn from. I've never had a group of students do so well on this particular area.
A few students that I would like to recognize for their submissions are listed below. While these presentations may not be perfect, I've detailed the aspect of the presentation that was particularly good. You will notice that most of these had a nice presentation rhythm, with few extended periods of time on a zoom.
- Dylan Fisher: http://www.screencast.com/t/VKECm2xv - Excellent format and presentation skills. Provided a very nice overview of types of assistive technologies
- Kristi Kruse: http://screencast.com/t/GSctobXpXIa - Great word and graphic use along with presentation skills
- Brooke Kuykendall: http://www.screencast.com/t/wpBu9moI1o - Excellent word usage and lots of zooms. Presentation skills were good also.
- Erin Navy: http://www.screencast.com/t/SGm5jfkx4 - Very dynamic with excellent word usage.
- Jacob Ryan: http://www.screencast.com/t/ZrH80UC3k - Just an overall good job. The presentation included all required elements and was designed fairly well and presented nicely.
- Meagan Spears: http://www.screencast.com/t/lULVVIJ4DSDe - Overall really good job.