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Formal Recommendation Group 1

Here’s the page for  Group 1: LeeAnne Baumdraher, Chelsea Idzior, Natasha Wickenheiser, Jessica Kane.

This is where you’ll share links to progress reports and the version of your report that you’ll share for peer review.

  1. Jessica Kane permalink

    Hi all!

    Here is progress report #1. I look forward to your suggestions/comments, if any.


  2. Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

    Hi everybody! Here is my first progress report. I apologize for it being a little longer… I wanted to provide a little context for my project proposal idea.

    I look forward to hearing what the rest of you are planning!

  3. Chelsea Idzior permalink

    Here’s my progress report! Any and all suggestions are appreciated 🙂

  4. LeeAnne Baumdraher permalink

    Here is the new Progess Report, ladies. Because I misread Professor Krause’s instructions, and I now realize the donated amount is 5 MILLION, rather than 5 thousand, this “new” progress report is sort of like the one that I should have originally done. Meaning, the idea is still kind of a fledgling, and I need some feedback, please!! 🙂

  5. Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

    Progress Report 2:

    I admit, I haven’t had the time to do much for this project this week; however, my progress report outlines the plans I will enact this weekend and throughout next week.

  6. LeeAnne Baumdraher permalink

    Progress Report #3

    I have a lot lined up for this week, regarding interviews. This should help a lot.

  7. Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

    Progress report 3:

    Like LeeAnne,most of my interviews are coming up in the next few days; however, this report includes other research I gathered online.

  8. Chelsea Idzior permalink

    Here’s the link to my formal report draft:

    I will be adding more as the week progresses–had a lot of due dates at the exact same time so you know how that goes. I very much struggled with how to tackle this writing assignment (and I’m still not sure if I did it correct, so far) so don’t be afraid to be brutally honest with your feedback.

    • Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

      I think most of us are probably feeling the same way–unsure if we really captured what we were supposed to.

  9. Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

    Here is the link to my formal report:

    I’m sorry in advance…

  10. Jessica Kane permalink

    Hi all,

    Unfortunately, I spent most of the break moving the remaining bits out of my apartment and didn’t get to writing enough to consider a rough draft. I will get this out by tomorrow night. Very sorry about the inconvenience and hope to still get your feedback.

    • Steve Krause permalink

      LeeAnne, you need to post a link to your micro-presentation to the post for the whole class and not just here. After all, you will want people beyond just this group to see your micro-presentation so they might vote for it, right?

    • Natasha Wickenheiser permalink

      LeeAnne, shout out for having the most creative micro-presentation out of the entire class.

      • LeeAnne Baumdraher permalink

        Thank you! Shout out to you too, Natasha, for being a student example for the formal reports. And, really, yours IS quite great 🙂

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