- conveying messages effectively
- multiple forms of expression
- digital creation
- using and applying technology
Key Standards Supported
Speaking & Listening
|SL.8: Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas|
|SL.8.5||Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations to clarify information, strengthen claims and evidence, and add interest.|
|SL.9-10: Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas|
|SL.9-10.5||Make strategic use of digital media (e.g., textual, graphical, audio, visual, and interactive elements) in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, and evidence and to add interest.|
|SL.11-12: Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas|
|SL.11-12.5||Make strategic use of digital media (e.g., textual, graphical, audio, visual, and interactive elements) in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, and evidence and to add interest.|
$1.99 per premium image, as well as per extra theme. $14.99 for "Bento Box" pack of all themes.
ProsTremendous amount of design choices, tutorials, images, and sharing options.
ConsVery limited filtering of Creative Commons images.
Bottom LineCaptivating presentations, as long as users know the basics and choose appropriate images
Graphite Expert Review
Common Sense Graphite Reviewer
Kids are engaged by a well-designed structure, visually attractive themes, and millions of image choices.
Kids create presentations or view others' decks. Sharing can help provide feedback. Haiku Deck doesn't teach the essentials of good presentations, but it's great for users who already know the basics.
Helpful tutorial decks. Data includes number of slides in each presentation and how many people have viewed public decks. Haiku Deck could become more kid-friendly with more image filtering options.
Haiku Deck is a presentation-creating app that uses images and just a few carefully chosen words to make more impactful presentations with "decks" of slides. Teachers or students can choose from pre-loaded themes, millions of Creative Commons stock photographs, personal images, charts, graphs, and colors, and then add text to present information slide by slide. This PowerPoint-like tool is currently rated 12+ because some inappropriate images may appear when users search with keywords to look for images to include on a slide. With a teacher's oversight, those images could be avoided by previewing keyword searches or limiting images to those stored on your own device. The option to include private notes that act as a teleprompter for the presenter, as well as easy ways to share via email and social media, can assist more advanced presenters. Used wisely, Haiku Deck can be an excellent way for teachers and students to create eye-catching, focused presentations.Read More Read Less
Haiku Deck is only as good as the ideas, organization, and images brought to it. This app doesn't help kids learn the essentials behind building good presentations -- such as researching, organizing, and keeping the audience in mind -- but kids can learn to make wise decisions regarding the use of images and text. The engaging, clear tutorial decks and the well-designed interface empower teachers and kids to create fun presentations. Even though the design encourages limited use of words, text simply gets smaller to fit more words, so word-heavy presentations can be made on this app. The app searches millions of Creative Commons images, and even though it has a "naughty words" filter, some may appear.Read More Read Less
Teachers who know the basics of the iPad and want to use Haiku Deck to create presentations for their class can essentially open this app and start creating within minutes. The tutorials and shared decks on the app's gallery also provide lots of ideas for ways to use the decks effectively. For teachers who want to offer Haiku Deck to their students, read the Teacher Appreciation Tips for using Haiku Deck in the classroom on the developer's blog. Also, check out the post Why Does Haiku Deck have a 12+ rating to learn more about the Creative Commons image search option, and for ideas for avoiding inappropriate images and sharing decks publicly or privately.Read More Read Less
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Field Notes Field Notes are reviews by teachers for teachers. In Field Notes, teachers rate products as well as share their hands-on experience with using the products in the classroom.
- An easy way to have presentations with royalty free content!Julie Y.
South Portland High School
South Portland, ME4December 1, 2014
- Great Presentation Tool that stops students from reading the screenStephanie S.
Oak Ridge Elementary School
Sacramento, CA4November 11, 2014
- Simple creation tool for making amazing presentations light on text and heavy on imagesJenny O.
A.D. Henderson University School
Boca Raton, FL4September 2, 2014
- Easy to use web-based presentation tool that uses high-resolution images and minimal text to engage all learners.Don P.
Grosse Pointe North High School
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI4August 18, 2014