Best of 2013 So Far…76 Ways to Use Haiku Deck

We’re half-way through 2013. Like I’ve done in years past, this week I’ll be featuring some of the best new tech tools of 2013 as well as some of the most popular posts of the year.

Haiku Deck’s Education Case Studies Pinterest board contains 76 examples of Haiku Deck being used by students and teachers. If you’re not familiar with it or haven’t tried Haiku Deck,
here’s what you need to know. It’s a free iPad app for creating
slideshow presentations. There are two features of Haiku Deck that stand
out. First, Haiku Deck intentionally limits how much text that you can
put on each of your slides. Second, Haiku Deck helps you find Creative
Commons licensed images for your presentations. When you type a word or
words on your slides you can have Haiku Deck search for images for you.
The images that Haiku Deck serves up are large enough to completely fill
your slide. You can also upload your own images from your iPad or
import images from Instagram and Facebook.

Applications for Education
Here’s an example of Haiku Deck being used by first and second grade students.

Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad

Here’s an another Haiku Deck that I like.

Created with Haiku Deck, the free presentation app for iPad


Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!