Now that you know what a PechaKucha is, how do you pronounce it? Click the play button below to find out.
The Educational Technology Endorsement class submitted recorded PechaKuchas for their final assignment explaining the technologies they've used in their Personal Learning Netowrk (PLN). Elaine Hardman graciously allowed me to use your excellent presentation as an example (right).
Ms. McGowan recommended two of her students presetnations. Watch their excellent work below!
Ms. Trina McGowan's 7th grade English classes at Indian Hills Middle School created mini-PechaKucha presentations (10 slides, 11 seconds each) to showcase various disabilities. Ms. McGowan created an example of the PechaKucha (left) to show her students and assigned them to groups of 2-3 to work on their presentations. Below is her review of using PechaKucha's in her class.
I loved doing Pecha Kucha presentations with my students! The students liked them because of the voiceover element of the presentation. They had a hard time weaning themselves from using effects on the slides and from putting words on the slides, but when they did, the presentations turned out really well.
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Submitted by Maria Jones