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Haiku Deck
Web, iOS
Haiku Deck Tutorials
Haiku Deck in the Classroom
Haiku Deck allows you to create beautiful presentations, easily from your laptop or tablet. There are two main features that set Haiku Deck apart from other presentation tools. The first is that it intentionally limits the amount of text you can put on a slide, making your presentations more visual. Second, Haiku Deck helps you find Creative Commons licensed images for your presentations and automatically attributes them at the bottom of the slide. If you find Haiku Deck limiting, you can also export it to PowerPoint and make additional edits.
Tellegami
Web, iOS
Tellegami Tutorials 
Tellegami in the Classroom
Tellegami is a mobile app that allows you to simply and quickly create and share an animated video, called a “Gami.” First choose a scene; next, add dialogue, by recording your voice or typing text and choosing a character voice; finally, save or share.  You are limited to thirty seconds per “Gami,” but if you would like a longer product, you can save two or more animations to your iPad Photos or DropBox, import them into iMovie or another app like Explain Everything and stitch them together, add effects, etc.  Greg Kulowic has some great examples of App Smashing here.
Prezi
Web
Prezi Tutorials
Prezi in the Classroom
Avoid death by PowerPoint, try Prezi. a cloud-based, 3D, collaborative, presentation tool. Prezi allows you to add a new dimension to your presentations, which reside in the cloud, so they  are accessible from any device that has an Internet connection and a browser. Prezis are collaborative which means that students can easily work together, give and get feedback, and share. Recently, Prezi added a feature that allows you to remotely project your slides to up to 30 devices at a time.
Productivity
Flip Your Classroom
Augmented Reality
Inforgraphics
Coding
Cloud Storage
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Art
Music
Collaboration
TED
Twitter
Presentation
Video
Student Response