Complete Your "HCDT Stage: Pitch" Reflection: 70

During the Pitch stage, I learned that there is no such thing as a bad idea and that it is better to throw a million mediocre ideas onto the table than no ideas at all. I also learned how to present my ideas in a way that grabs my audience’s attention without them feeling uninterested or overwhelmed. I loved how I was taught how to organize ideas into a narrative that is effective and get’s my main thoughts through the use of the storyboard template. I definitely will use that technique in my future workplace when I need to present my ideas and get the attention of my coworkers or even families.

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    posted in "Inclusive and Equitable Quality Education Challenge - SDG#4, Summer 2022" 2022-12-14 08:56:52 -0800 complete_your_hcdt_stage_pitch_reflection_70

    🤔 Reflection question

    What did you learn about publicly sharing your ideas that you will carry with you in your future of work?

    tori's Answer

    During the Pitch stage, I learned that there is no such thing as a bad idea and that it is better to throw a million mediocre ideas onto the table than no ideas at all. I also learned how to present my ideas in a way that grabs my audience’s attention without them feeling uninterested or overwhelmed. I loved how I was taught how to organize ideas into a narrative that is effective and get’s my main thoughts through the use of the storyboard template. I definitely will use that technique in my future workplace when I need to present my ideas and get the attention of my coworkers or even families.