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Kent Antley, TAG Education Collaborative (TEC) Chairman of the Board and recipient of the Lifetime Service to TEC award, discusses the background of the WebChallenge. 5 minutes
Welcome and about the TAG Education Collaborative (TEC) initiative to strength Georgia's science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and workforce by TAG President Tino Mantella. 6 minutes
Awards ceremony to students for Most Effective Implementation: Open Source Tools, Most Effective Implementation: Free Tech Framework, Most Useful Concept and the Grand Prize for best combination of concept and implementation. 8 minutes
Student Team Line Up: Jonathan T. Hunsucker, Matthew A. Palmer, and Samuel J. Elgin or North Gwinnett High School
Student Team Teach Otakus: Trevor Daniel, Andy Worden, and John Moses of TEACH Charter High School
Student Team Activity Splash: Josh Mangel, and Avi Zolty of Weber School
Student Team P.A.C.T.: Wali Shareefy (presenting), and Shubar Bahaduri of North Gwinnett & Central Gwinnett High School.
Student Team Zeitgeist: Stanley Ayzenberg, Brian Lagoda, Rina So, and Marissa McOmber of Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology. Video in progress. Coming soon.
Student Team Save Atlanta Youth (SAY): Jean Carlo Gomez (presenting) and Afton Davis of Elizabeth Andrews High School
Student Team One Morgan: Imran Momin (presenting) and Gareth Newton of Morgan County High School
Student Team Globalization Project - Ed Silva, Brian Lagoda, Stanley Ayzenberg, and Phoebe Clark of Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology. Video in progress. Coming soon.
Student Team Teach Comets: Busra Uduk and Elif Er of TEACH Charter High School
Best Overall Concept and Most Effective Implementation to Student Team Line Up: Jonathan T. Hunsucker, Matthew A. Palmer, and Samuel J. Elgin of North Gwinnett High School.
Richard Kirk, president of Claro Chemical Corporation, manufacturer of pure Ag and Cu metallic nanometer particles, "Green Process," provides an overview of the TAG Education Collaborative STEM initiative. 21 minutes
Recognition of Chris Claus, founder of The Kaveva Foundation with presentment of the Lifetime Achievement Award, accepted by Sig Mosley in the absence of Claus. 1 minute
Chuck Johnson, WebChallenge 2009 committee member, receives the Volunteer of the Year Award. 2 minutes
Frank Baia, member of the Strategic Planning Committee of TAG Education and president of globalspeak, delivers the closing.
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