I’ll embed the presentation later, technical problems.
I feel that this Pechakucha presentation was good, that we had most if not all the information we needed, but we were missing some key parts. Wesley and I were missing our expert conversation, and we were missing some slides on our Pechakucha. The part I liked the most about this project though was that we had a lot of control over what we were doing in our presentation, like the kind of presentation we were doing, and what our topic would be. The part I disliked the most about this project was that I didn’t really have a specific set of steps to follow to create my Pechakucha, most of the Pechakuchas I do have specific topics per slide, and we know exactly what to do because we are told to do this or that. What I enjoyed was that I got to create my timeline, I got to control when I had to get things done. What was satisfying about this piece of work in general was that I got to judge it as I worked. It was satisfying to see a piece of work that I had created without real guidance from an exterior source come to life. What this piece reveals about me as a learner is I enjoy working independently. Not that I didn’t collaborate with Wesley a lot, but I worked a lot by myself as well. My ideas of human rights have changed, I used to think they were just a set of rules for us to follow. Now, I look at human rights no longer as a set of rules, but as a core part of every person, something that we all share, and that we all should protect. This changed because of all of the violations of the rights that people have done to others. The work that Wesley and I made was similar to others because we were all presenting a violation of human rights, and we were all making a presentation to show for it. Our presentation was different because our presentation format was different, we had a Pechakucha, which was something I believe we did alone., If I was the teacher, I would probably yell at me and Wes, telling us to get an expert up there, because we didn’t have one. We did contact experts, but none of them actually replied. I would give this a C because of all of the missing components in the presentation.