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  • 1. HAIKU & WIZIQ
    • “ TAKING EDUCTION BEYOND
    • CLASSROOM WALLS”
  • 2. HAIKU & WIZIQ
    • Around the world, schools and their staff are becoming more aware of Web 2.0 tools that can help them integrate technology in their classroom curriculum. Two such are WizIq and Haiku which are based on e-learning and e-teaching, that integrate the web with classroom instruction .
  • 3. WHAT ARE THEY?
    • HAIKU
    • Web 2.0 learning management system providing web-based learning management software for educators that makes online learning collaborative and innovative.
    • Picture retrieved from: http://www.haikuls.com
    • WIZIQ
    • A web-based platform that allows us to interact in real time through voice, text Retrieved from: www.wiziq.xom
    • Teachers and learners can meet in real time using just a PC with an internet connection.
    • WiZiQ uses a virtual classroom application tht is fully equipped with 2-way audio, text chat, whiteboard, PowerPoint and PDF.
  • 4. WHAT ARE THEY?
    • HAIKU
    • Haiku has been testing its 1.0 systems since 2006
    • In 2007, the NECC introduced the 2.0 version
    • Haiku allows teachers to create and administer content, assignments, assessments, collaboration , discussions, and messaging.
    • Picture retrieved from: http://www.haikuls.com
    • WIZIQ
    • Teachers and students can sign up free and interact in virtual classrooms using communication tools and whiteboards.
    • Watch a short video on WizIQ: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVln4C4_hXo
    • Retrieved from: www.wiziq.xom
  • 5. BENIFITS
    • PROS
    • FREE and Easy to use
    • Accessible from anywhere where there is an internet connection
    • Multiple resource tools
    • Ability to file share
    • Download all types of Powerpoints
    • You control the audio
    • You can use audio and video
    • Easy to invitee new or old members
    • Compatible with
    • Session Recordings
    • Can be Public or Private
    • CONS
    • Have to have internet access.
    • Like all technologies, prone to technical problems.
    • Students who don’t have computers at home.
  • 6. BENIFITS
    • PROS Continued:
    • Wiz Iq allows you to hear the recordings of previous classrooms you created.
    • Updates to Haiku are daily
    • Both had instant help and feedback available.
    • Teachers can write queries and solutions easily on the whiteboard to be seen by all participants instantaneously.
    • Haiku allows for assessment tools to be changed and graded online for student viewing.
    • Accessible to both students and parents.
    • .
  • 7. Becoming a Member
    • Wiz IQ
    • Visit Wiziq.com from any internet PC
    • Go to Sign up and follow the directions.
    • Create your login and password.
    • Sign in.
    • In order to schedule a session, go my sessions and begin to schedule your session. You can create the session by adding invitees, from your contacts, set the time and date.
    • Once you are ready to begin the session, from My Sessions, launch it.
    • You are ready to begin your own classroom discussion.
    • HAIKU
    • Go to Haikulms.com
    • Take the tour to learn about haiku.
    • Go to the Sign up for Free and create your login and password.
    • Once you login you can begin using Haiku to create your own classroom.
  • 8. WIZIQ: BECOMING A MEMBER
  • 9. HAIKU: BECOMING A MEMBER
  • 10. HAIUKU: USES & FEATURES
    • Feature:
    • Class Website Management
    • Adding Pages & Content
    • Organize Pages & Content
    • Calendar & Assignments
    • Manage Roster
    • Announcements
    • Discussions
    • Connect
    • Inbox
    • Assessments
    • Feedback
    • USES:
    • Include images & pictures
    • Upload video and audio files
    • Include weblinks to other online resources
    • Create a calendar to post assignments, due dates, activities
    • Post announcements
    • Post discussion topics
    • Upload handouts
  • 11. WIZIQ: FEATURES
    • Full way audio and video sharing
    • Live chat
    • Control Privileges with you having full control over the session like in real-world classroom
    • Upload images, PowerPoint presentations and documents
    • Build your educational network
    • Share content
    • Safety & Privacy
    • Email reminders of scheduled sessions to facilitator and its guests/invitees.
    • TAKE THE TOUR
  • 12. WIZIQ: USES
  • 13. Conclusion
    • These web based learning tools allow individual teachers to create and administer course content, assignments. Both students and teachers can easily collaborate through the system, exchanging messages and homework assignments.
    • Applications which allow chats, videos, slideshows, collaboration tools, file sharing, and etc., add more fun and interactive ways of facilitating communication and learning among staff, parents, and students. Wiziq & Haiku are the future of Social Learning 2.0 and beyond.
  • 14. My Blog on WizIq & Haiku
    • Wiz iq is very user friendly and I use it every chance I get. I love that you can give feedback as the facilitator about the session and WizIq automatically sends you an email trying to problem solve the trouble you might of experienced.
    • Haiku was user friendly, and I enjoyed its features. I felt like it was very similar to Wiki with more tools and resources.
    • I would recommend both sites to teachers and parents and students.
  • 15. SOURCES
    • Dave Nagel, "Lawrence Township Licenses Haiku LMS," T.H.E. Journal, 7/2/2007, http://www.thejournal.com/articles/20896
    • WizIq: http://www.wiziq.com/
    • Haiku Learning Management Systems: http://haikuls.com/