We all know that our presentations are supposed to be visually appealing. We know that they are supposed to have more photos than words. But we don’t always follow those words. But what if there was a tool that forced you to follow those rules? Enter Haiku Deck! This is a fast and easy way of creating beautiful presentations. Students can quickly begin a presentation, find and upload beautiful photos and add in their words. But the thing that makes this program different than any other presentation software is that it really does focus on the visual side of presentation and forcing you to keep your bullets and notes to a minimum. It also allows you to easily share that presentation once you are finished.
None really. I just think that teachers need to choose one presentation tool and stick with it. Sometimes switching too often takes the focus off the learning and onto the tool.
Anytime you would use a presentation software you could use this.
Do I plan to use it?
Commitment and Learning Curve
Best for ES MS or HS?