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Pecha Kucha

Email 101

Here is another Pecha Kucha style presentation I created. This slide deck is useful when teaching about managing email and using email well. Email 101 View more presentations from Jean Tower. I got the inspiration for creating an Email 101 Pecha Kucha from Bailey Mitchell, a colleague from Forsyth County, Georgia. He shared a presentation […]

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Free Images

I have presented several times lately on the topic of creating visual presentations and on using the Pecha Kucha format of presenting. Pecha Kucha is a format that constrains your presentation to 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. To learn more about Pecha Kucha, see the following resources: My Pecha Kucha Post Daniel Pink Video […]

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Pecha Kucha Resources

Daniel Pink Video Pecha Kucha Organization There are many examples provided at this site. Wikipedia Article Wikipedia provides a nice starting point for research about a topic. Wired Magazine Article This article is good background. Slideshare presentation This presentation is worth watching through to the end. You will learn what is wrong with most presentations […]

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Build a PD Initiative on Pecha Kucha

Pecha Kucha Pecha Kucha (pronounce: pechachka) is a presentation format that limits the presenter to 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide, making the entire presentation 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Some of the key characteristics of a Pecha Kucha are that they are: Concise Brief Focused Very Visual Pecha Kucha enforces a discipline. It requires […]

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