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This presentation will walk through some basics of creating and using Haiku Deck, with special emphasis on opportunities and challenges in the classroom.

There will be slides with links to helpful resources.

A second deck is being created with related resources from Haiku Deck Gurus.

For a great intro and overview about Haiku Deck from the company itself, check this out:

10 TIPS TO TRANSFORM YOUR PRESENTATIONS https://www.haikudeck.com/10-tips-to-transform-your-presentations-business-...

About Haiku Deck: https://www.haikudeck.com/about

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Haiku Deck 101

Published on Nov 18, 2015

An introduction to Haiku Deck, developed for the 8th grade teachers at Center Grove Middle School North, with education as the main context of use.

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

Haiku Deck

Simple, Beautiful, Fun Presentations
This presentation will walk through some basics of creating and using Haiku Deck, with special emphasis on opportunities and challenges in the classroom.

There will be slides with links to helpful resources.

A second deck is being created with related resources from Haiku Deck Gurus.

For a great intro and overview about Haiku Deck from the company itself, check this out:

10 TIPS TO TRANSFORM YOUR PRESENTATIONS https://www.haikudeck.com/10-tips-to-transform-your-presentations-business-...

About Haiku Deck: https://www.haikudeck.com/about

simple

Keep it simple by limiting your text and focusing each slide on a single idea.

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beautiful

Make it beautiful by building your story around high-impact images and keeping your formatting consistent.

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fun

And, most of all, have fun. Fun is not a word most people associate with presentations, but we feel they should be fun to make and fun to listen to.

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Important Point

supporting text in a smaller, but same style font

Bulleted Lists

  • Center Grove High School
  • Center Grove Middle School North
  • Center Grove Middle School Central
  • Too many elementary schools to list

Numbered List

  • Start with good content.
  • Choose key words for slides.
  • Select images or colors.
  • Adjust format.
  • Add public & private notes.

"Why is it so difficult to create an awesome presentation?"

-Haiku Deck Founders

Great Image Search Tool

Photo by @Doug88888

Creative-Commons Licensed Images

Attribution license via Creative Commons means others can use your photograph or text in any way they want as long as they note that you are the original creator of the work.

So when you create a slide, you are using great images for free. Haiku Deck does the hard work of including the source information to give credit to the photographer and the specific image.

This information can be found on the bottom of a slide when exported to Keynote or PowerPoint, or at the bottom of a page when exported to PDF.

Another great tool outside of Haiku Deck for finding great creative-commons licensed images is CompFight: http://compfight.com/
Photo by Zach Dischner

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Import

your own images

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selfies

Yes, even...

Charts

Telling your story with numbers

ebay Searches per Hour

January - July, 2011

People 13 to 33 years old

forbes.com April, 2014

Layout Options

to fit a variety of images & preferences
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Layout Options

to fit a variety of images & preferences
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Layout Options

to fit a variety of images & preferences
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Large Text

You can even have the small text before the
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Friendly Help

From Haiku Deck & Gurus

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http://venspired.com/10-ways-to-use-haiku-deck-in-education/

10 Ways to Use Haiku Deck In Education
BY KRISSY VENOSDALE · JUNE 19, 2013

Here are a few ideas of using Haiku Deck in education…

1.) Open House Presentation or Meet the Teacher.

2.) Develop a school tour, or even town tour, to share with classes that you Skype with.

3.) Students develop a digital portfolio by snapping photos of projects they have done throughout the year and adding text to reflect.

4.) Take the Ipad on a field trip and pass around for each student to create a slide throughout the day.

5.) Photograph classroom and make a classroom tour. Better yet, have the kids create it and take ownership.

6.) Create a Haiku Deck to start off a project. Include some cropped photos to build interest and mix in some essential questions. Share the Haiku Deck from your website so parents can see, too.

7.) Encourage students to create one about a school staff after interviewing them.

8.) Develop one Haiku Deck every week by having teams of students work on it, and share the story of your school year.

9.) Encourage kids to summarize a book in a Haiku deck. Book reviews could be linked on a school library blog to encourage others to read the book, too.

10.) Take a geometry scavenger hunt around the school with cameras. Create a Haiku Deck to display the findings.

I guess I should have added, make Haikus. :) The simple nature of the app allows kids (and teachers!) to get started with it right away. Best of all, you don’t need an app or special program to view.

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Pinterest is the best way to search for specific decks made with Haiku Deck. Unfortunately, there is no built-in search on the Haiku Deck site...yet.

http://www.pinterest.com/haikudeck/

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http://www.pinterest.com/haikudeck/education-case-studies/

Education Case Studies
Some of our biggest fans are educators from all kinds of backgrounds and disciplines. Check out how they are using the power of Haiku Deck in the classroom and beyond.

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Student Work
Examples of student-created Haiku Deck projects from all content areas

http://www.pinterest.com/haikudeck/student-work/

Haiku Deck 201

Coming Soon: Tips from Haiku Deck Gurus
I'm collecting advice for you from official Haiku Deck Gurus. I will share that deck with you as soon as I finish it.

Demonstration

on making a Haiku Deck & its features