Sixth-grade students Cedar Kimler and Justin Myers presented a project to their computer technology class. As part of class project called “Shark Tank,” students were asked to create a business or a product that would be presented to the class and three judges. They were judged based on the business presentation that included a logo, business card, slogan and commercial.
Sixth-grade students Cedar Kimler and Justin Myers presented a project to their computer technology class. As part of class project called “Shark Tank,” students were asked to create a business or a product that would be presented to the class and three judges. They were judged based on the business presentation that included a logo, business card, slogan and commercial. Britney Milazzo bmilazzo@centredaily.com
Sixth-grade students Cedar Kimler and Justin Myers presented a project to their computer technology class. As part of class project called “Shark Tank,” students were asked to create a business or a product that would be presented to the class and three judges. They were judged based on the business presentation that included a logo, business card, slogan and commercial. Britney Milazzo bmilazzo@centredaily.com

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October 19, 2016 7:09 PM

Student version of Shark Tank comes to Penns Valley classroom

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