Creating a Presentation in Haiku Deck

This week I worked with my partner and former colleague, Lisa Lawson, to create a presentation in Haiku Deck.

Haiku Deck was fast and intuititve to use.  It forced us to use images as the primary vehicle to share information versus creating a text-heavy Power Point.  The only limitations we faced as we created our presentation were the:

  • default font size
  • limited character spacing with certain layouts
  • only one image in a background
  • doesn’t allow for collaboration in real time (i.e. function like a Google Doc or Prezi)

Our presentation focuses on 4 dynamic tools that inspire collaboration.  These include Haiku Deck, PowToons, QR codes, and Easel.ly.  Each slide is followed with a specific instructional idea or SOL that might help a media specialist begin a partnership with a content area teacher.  Lisa and I hope to publicly present and share more detailed information on these tools this fall.  More information will be provided after our proposal is accepted!  🙂

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”https://www.slideshare.net/lisaplawson/tech-tools-that-inspire-collaboration-37207888&#8243; title=”TEch Tools That Inspire Collaboration” target=”_blank”>TEch Tools That Inspire Collaboration</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/lisaplawson&#8221; target=”_blank”>lisaplawson</a></strong> </div>

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