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Haiku Learning is a set of K-12-centric tools including a Gradebook, Discussion, Wiki, in-browser Annotator, and Content Sharing.
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Easily design and manage a classroom environment online! With a variety of tools at your disposal, you can assign collaborative activities, give assessments, generate reports, record grades, and a whole lot more. 

Google Apps Integration: Instantly provision PowerSchool Learning accounts using your district's Google App accounts. Seamlessly move between Google Docs and your class! 

Traditional and Standards Based Gradebook: Evaluate and grade. Or add or import standards for your district, school or class to record and communicate mastery. 

Embed the Web™: Bring content from hundreds of embeddable services like TeacherTube and VoiceThread into your class website. The options are endless. 

Annotator: Comment on & grade attachments - no downloading or uploading required! Just open, annotate, and save. 

WikiProjects: Enable the class, groups, or individuals to create websites. Images, videos, text...they can add them all (& more). 

ePortfolios: Empower students to compile their work across classes and over the years so they can see their growth. And when they move on to other ventures, they can take their portfolios with them as HTML. 

Resource Sharing: Let other teachers copy your content in just a few clicks (and/or use content others make available). Share a class, a page, or a content block without having to manually move a single file! 

Portal: Get a glimpse of what's new & due in all your Haiku classes. The portal aggregates info so you don't have to.
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October 28, 2014
Haiku is easy for teachers and students to use and provides a robust feature set. The integration with Google Apps for Education enables seamless management of user credentials for Haiku as well as other resources connected to Haiku through the LTI integration. While I appreciate the ability to embed web content, I love the "mini site" tool that I utilize for several classes where I am teaching with Creative Commons licensed content. Having my own copy of the site frees me of concern over "disappearing content" beyond my control that is occasionally a problem.
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