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This deck contains ideas, tips and tricks for using Haiku Deck in Education!

Haiku Deck Tips & Tricks

Published at Nov 06, 2015
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PRESENTATION OUTLINE

HAIKU DECK EDU

TIPS - TRICKS - IDEAS
This deck contains ideas, tips and tricks for using Haiku Deck in Education!
Photo by kleneway1379

USE MINIMAL TEXT

Let the image tell the story

Also, just because you've been given space for a title & subtitle doesn't mean that you need to use it!

Zero text will yield image only when in presentation mode.
Photo by andrewrennie

PLAY WITH LAYOUTS

LOCATION...LOCATION...LOCATION
The green tab is your friend! Place text in various locations that bring attention to the image!

Use the text background to add contrast if needed.
Photo by Mark Philpott

ADJUST SETTINGS

TURN OFF PREMIUM IMAGES BEFORE CLASS
When working with classrooms, you're probably not going to using the premium paid image feature. You can turn this off from the main screen by touching the gear on the bottom right.

STUDENT ART ROCKS!

PERFECT USE OF THE IPAD CAMERA
Have students take pictures with the iPad camera and import their own artwork for a really positive sense of ownership and accomplishment

-Catherine Carr
Photo by Todd Berman

STUDENTS SHARING

PRESENTING & PUBLISHING
Students LOVE getting up to talk about their creates. Don't just have the, submit to you! Let them get up and share with their peers!

Publish to the world!
Photo by LisaThumann

ADD VOICE & PERSONALITY

EXPORT FOR USE IN OTHER APPS!
Export Haiku Deck as a ppt or PDF and use in movenote. Take screenshots of slide and tell stories using Tellagami!

Wherever student creativity takes them, Haiku Deck can go!

PRE-SEARCH

FOR OPTIMAL FILTERING
Haiku Deck does its best to filter but cannot help how a photographer tags images

Photo by Kaysse

STORYBOARD FOR PRE-FILTERING

CIRCLE OR HIGHLIGHT KEY TERMS
Have kids plan the text for each slide along with image ideas! Plan what they want and the message that the image conveys.

Help them to determine terms for image search!

Doing this will enable you to help make sure that images are age-appropriate for younger kids.
Photo by Mike Sansone

MAKE DATA VISUAL

WHAT'S THE STORY AND PURPOSE?
Don't just make a graph, tell about the entire process. Communicate the purpose.

USE CHARTS & GRAPHS

INCLUDE THE VISUAL CONCLUSION
Once kids have collected data and put their story together, click the image tab and then the tab that looks like a graph.

Kids can use graphs to communicate results from their data collection!

TAKE MATH WALKS

CREATE THE STORY!
Kids can use Take pics with their iPads and import their images into Haiku Deck to tell about the math in their school!

SHOW MATH WORK

USE HAIKU DECK TO EXPLAIN!
Import images into other apps first like skitch or the TI Nspire math app as shown and explain thinking/findings using the notes section of Haiku Deck!

Skitch
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/skitch/id490505997?mt=8#

TI Nspire Ipad
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ti-nspire/id590823242?mt=8#

SCIENTIFIC METHOD

KIDS USE HAIKU DECK TO DOCUMENT & PRESENT
Using imagery through the scientific process, kids add add an entirely new dimension to their scientific presentation.

CURATE STUDENT STORIES

BUILD CLASS PLAYLIST & SHARE LEARNING
Use tools like...

Mentor Mob http://goo.gl/nBPgcS

Educlipper http://goo.gl/NnFdxd

Pinterest http://goo.gl/miJIhT

Edcanvas http://goo.gl/X48B1C

Listly http://goo.gl/4UBNpv

Peartrees http://goo.gl/69zMjt

Whatever your curation drink of choice, choose one and share your class learning!
Photo by J+B=Us

WANT MORE?

WATCH THE EDREACH IPAD 1:1 HANGOUT
Watch the edreach 1:1 haiku deck hangout with

Rafranz Davis & Jaime Vandergrift

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nweF3W_4RTM