Faiz Ahmed is a local librarian and basketball coach. After attending a couple PKs in the past he decided he must present his own. What he will be presenting today are his findings while creating his first PK.
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From Speaking to Spelling
BY HELEN BREADMORE
@ VOL 22
ON SEP 15, 2015
“You need to sing nursery rhymes, play I spy, make up stories and read books together; What children know about their spoken language affects how quickly they learn to read or write”
In From Speaking to Spelling from PechaKucha Night Coventry’s 22nd Volume, Researcher Helen Breadmore speaks of the interconnectedness between spoken and written language. In young children, because the learning process typically undergoes a particular pattern, one can learn a lot from the pattern of their mistakes.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, February 1, 2016.
What I Learned at the Office That I Should Have Learned in Kindergarten
BY BECKY SISCO
@ VOL 4
ON MAY 26, 2016
Throughout her life, Becky Sisco has had many jobs. In this talk, she describes what it's like to be a jack-of-all-trades!
My PechaKucha Journey
BY THOMAS MAILE
@ VOL 27
ON NOV 19, 2016
"What I learned from Karaoke is that it's not about singing perfect; it's about having FUN!"
Thomas Maile is PechaKucha's charismatic organiser in the charming city of Aalen in Germany. In My PechaKucha Journey from PKN Aalen Vol. 27, he shares about the his perspective on the Global Network of all his PechaKucha friends, and what makes PechaKucha Nights so special in Aalen. Though he admits he's not a perfect English speaker, he insists that life is more fun by trying hard, forgetting about expectations, breaking the rules, and having fun!
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 23rd, 2017.
What I Learned Riding My Bicycle Across Michigan
BY CHUCK JAGER
@ VOL 9
ON MAY 19, 2017
Chuck Jager can be seen commuting to work on his neon green Trek bicycle with that uber cool band on his pants leg. He is a long-time high school U.S. History teacher, and once graded more than 1500 essays in one week.
My name is Lisa Givan and I AM A DIVERSITY TRAINER
BY ANNAL VYAS
@ VOL 9
ON NOV 03, 2017
At 40, something I realized that a series of brief "diversity immersion experiences" defined not only what I do but who I am. Encounters since childhood that have been centered around self-awareness, difference, bias, value and mindset determine the narrative we create surrounding every aspect of our life. I share my journey and expound on how it led me to my current career. My name is Lisa and I AM A DIVERSITY TRAINER.
My Journey Doing What I Promised
BY YUMICO TANAKA
@ VOL 22
ON OCT 11, 2017
Yumico Tanaka is a language teacher, translator, choral singer, and artist. She was raised in Japan, and after years of travelling, settled in Cairns, Australia in 1993. Here Yumiko reflects on her life, her personal and creative achievements and heartbreaks, with a view to "start again with a clean slate." Yumiko uses her art and family photographs to tell her story about love, maturity, creative expression, and personal acceptance.
What I've learned as a first year that I hope I don't forget by the time I'm 40
BY FARSHAD MURTADA
@ VOL 19
ON JUN 08, 2018
Life is like a book with stories. Stories with many chapters and it’s important to revisit past chapters to be reminded of different lessons, morals, and ideas. Farshad shares a chapter that he just finished which is the first year of university. The best stories are the unpredictable and he shares this chapter that is full of surprises, fun and humour filled personal stories, from first-year, that all turned into life lessons