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Lunch and Learn

Published on Nov 19, 2015

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SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
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Today we looked at how to add images from haiku deck and from the camera roll.
We also found out that you cannot access the pay apps because we have blocked in app purchases.
Public notes can be added to share more information once the deck is published.
Private notes are great for presentations as only the presenter can see the notes on their iPad.

Look at these Haiku decks for more information and ideas:

Here is a great one by primary students for international dot day:

And two more by Liv:
Haiku Deck lesson.
Bc Ed Plan.


Photo by kevin dooley


These are some new apps that have been added. Play with them and think about how they could be used with your students.

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Recommended for grades 2-4
Students program character to move in a variety of ways and create their own "movie"
Great for math, procedural language
Introduction to coding for younger students

Start with challenge mode to get an idea of how it works.

Check out this screencast for more info about the app:


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Recommended for upper intermediate students
Students learn to code and great for math

"Hopscotch offers more characters to move, a greater range of movements, and more options for customization" than Daisy the dinosaur.
From Digital Shift

More info in this screencast:

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Read books and listen to audio books using overdrive. You will need to set up an account with Adobe, but the app walks you through all the steps. Add you library cards and you have access to their collections.
Download kids' books or books your students could read or listen to as well.

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What questions do you have?
Please let me know.

Thanks for coming to the lunch and/ or viewing this deck.

Photo by Leo Reynolds