As for the learning outcomes I think you found the best possible way to address each one. It was simple to see how every project tied in to the lesson, but I'm not very good at independent studies I guess. All the dates were there so we couldn't act surprised we didn't know something was coming up it was very neat and organized. The project I loved the most was the PowerPoint I think that taught me how technology when properly analyzed can be used as a support role.
What I mean by that is if I told you I had a bad day that has one meaning.
Now if you asked me how my day was and I showed you this picture
Then what I am saying has so much more meaning. That lesson has sunk in the best out of all of them. Which you I think have commented time and time again about how my visual pictures help enhance what I am saying. Which I say thank you very much professor. Also the cave of Chauvet is another cool part of this class (Cave of Chauvet 2013). It gives students and shows educators that we can show the world to our students in our classroom and can have them interact with the images they see in order to draw comparisons.
The cave of Chauvet retrieved from culture.gouv.fr April 24th 2013.
Maloy, R., Woolf, B., & Edwards, S. (2011). Transforming Learning With New Technologies. Boston : Pearson Education, Inc.
Unhappy face retrieved from http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_f29clHlnhJ0/THXNbTySLNI/AAAAAAAAALU/JCHScHhXOoo/s1600/frowny+face.gif
April 24th 2013
Worst Day ever pic retrieved from http://funnymeister.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/75924_619852468040166_1450087235_n.jpg April 24th 2013.