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.