Creation and innovation
Learn to Create a new technologic product and to present it well.
Young people of 18 and 25 years old.
WOW priority topics covered:
- Communication skills
- Informational and communication technologies
Expected learning outcomes
- To identify setting needs.
- To select alternatives in groups.
- To design a technologic product.
- To develop a product presentation in Pechakucha format.
Place / Environment
TIC Classroom or classroom with internet access notebooks
Tools / Materials / Resources
Internet and computer
Step by step description of the activity / content
One of the most recognized technological companies in the country has selected some young people who must proposed a technological product which can at least supply two needs observed in daily life. Lots of people had been called, so it is a hard competition. Each group will represent to the aspirants. (5 minutes).
The students must discuss and investigate on the internet the most relevant aspects of the fictional product created with their partners.
Main session activity.
Students will have time enough to investigate and discuss the product design
and which need or problem will resolve with their equipment.
The students must design their product and present it by selecting the appropriated images and data.
Students will develop their presentation in Pecha Kucha format, in which an automatic presentation of 20 images is established, with a 20 seconds duration per each of them. (20x20).
As long as the images advance, the presenter must develop his presentation in a dynamic form, making emphasis in the essential part.
The students must develop a product presentation to the rest of their partners, which will be evaluated for them and their supervisor.
The format of the presentation must be in Pecha Kucha, consequently the length of each presentation will be of 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
FeedbackEach user must complete a survey to evaluate the session and the acquired learning, to develop new proposals and to provide their opinions.
Assessment & Evaluation
An evaluation guide will be completed to investigate aspects such as:
- Work group ability.
- Problem resolution abilities.
- Proposal innovation and creativity.
- Communication skills: when the product is presented to the rest of participants.
- Technology use skills: Internet and software presentation.