A PechaKucha presentation on barriers to and enablers of Deeper Learning in K-12 institutions.
We could talk about the work we are doing to expand Deeper Learning for hours. However, when Experience Designer Louie Montoya was challenged to condense all of our collaboration with educators and the Hewlett Foundation into a PechaKucha, he rose to the occasion. What’s a PechaKucha you ask? It is a presentation style developed by designers in Japan where 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each, meaning Louie only had 6 minutes and 40 seconds to share highlights of our work. This fast-paced style is often used for designers of all varieties to share their ideas and projects in a quick, structured manner. Louie was chosen to record the model PechaKucha for attendees going to the Hewlett (Un)Convening for Deeper Learning. Louie and SXL Director Sam Seidel(@husslington) attended the convening a few weeks ago, where all participants had an opportunity to share their own PechaKucha. Watch Louie’s PechaKucha below to see what we learned from educators in public schools as they endeavor to deepen student learning.