Over 70 teams test their research and presentation skills at 2011 CyberQuest
On November 19, the 2011 CyberQuest event attracted 73 teams from schools in Tulare and Kings counties. The teams compete by preparing multimedia presentations on pre-assigned topics. Harmony Magnet Academy in Strathmore took home the top prize in the high school category for their presentation on creating a film about democracy in the Middle East. In their presentation, the Harmony Magnet team, coached by John Hammelmann, made an appeal to potential investors, giving reasons why they should fund their documentary on the emergence of democracy in Egypt.
View all of the Final Results of the 2011 CyberQuest competition.
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