vPQA – Haikudeck

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13 thoughts on “vPQA – Haikudeck”

  1. While I prefer the options that Powerpoint provides (particularly for animations) you can use Haikudeck to search for images that you want. If you put just the images on the slides and then export the presentation as a Powerpoint Presentation you can then use the images in your Powerpoint without having to worry about copyright infringement and the like. I’m definitely going to start taking advantage of that since it is certainly a concern!
    Nice find! Merci beaucoup!

      1. Seriously? Shoot. I do that but it’s a Chinese film. Probably get away with it for that reason? (The movie is online in full, and it doesn’t get pulled off YouTube for copyright issues.)

        1. I was looking at this yesterday. There’s a thing called the “fair use doctrine” I think you would be alright as long as you are using resources for educational purposes and not profiting financially or selling the images or using them to market something.

    1. you can easily upload any image from your computer to haikudeck and it will become the photo background of your slide. You can then caption it however you want

  2. Michele I want to thank you on behalf of all of us for the precautions against copyright infringement. I have been talking to Craig West and we are getting closer to using Haikudeck for the images and then making Power Points from there. We’ll get ‘er done – and thanks Craig for stepping up here. I think it’s going to work with Haikudeck. My big focus for next year is going to be this vPQA thing and building a group data base so big and so good that we won’t have to plan unless we want to. That’s the plan at least. What’s wrong with stories? Nothing. But vPQA is going to help set up stories in a way I’ve certainly never seen. It’s a dream come true for me, because I never felt that comfortable with stories and PQA and now I do.

    1. Any images from your computer can be uploaded into haikudeck to make a presentation. If they are saved as a .jpeg on your computer you can make them the background of your haikudeck slide pretty easily.

  3. Has anyone tried Pear Deck? https://www.peardeck.com/.
    I was introduced to it last weekend and got really excited because it allows students to interact with a presentation via a device. You can create a presentation online using CC images and save it to Google docs. I was thinking that when the teacher was delivering a vPQA lesson they could take the vPQA the next step and engage their students interactively through their devices. The problem for me is that it it is a Google Drive app and relies on Google authentication to log both teachers and students in. Our education authority (in Australia) will not condone this but some of you in the US may be able to. According to the CEO of Pear Deck many schools use Google Apps for Education , giving every student a school-issued gmail account and access to Google Docs.

  4. I use Pear Deck and love it – you can really engage a whole class. I haven’t used it for vPQA but I can definitely see the benefit. Right now, we use it after story asking and reading to delve deeper and the give the kids another means of engaging with the story line and the characters. Our district uses GAFE, so it is very easy to integrate. Plus, we’re 1:1 in most buildings, so the tech is not an issue either.

  5. Just to clarify, I am not stating a preference for Pear Deck over Haikudeck. I think, Haiku Deck would work better for our purpose because it does not rely on anyone needing a Google account.

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