3 Reasons Why Teachers Love PechaKucha


Pecha . . . what?

The word comes from a Japanese onomatopoeia, meaning “chitchat.” It’s a presentation style devised by two architects. And it’s making its way into higher education programs across the nation.

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I interviewed an expert, Ric Bretschneider, to find out why teachers are joining the PechaKucha craze.

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