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VOICETHREAD From “Communication, Creativity, and Collaboration” VOICETHREAD From “Communication, Creativity, and Collaboration” 21CL Innovative Educators Conference June 1, 2010 Colorado Springs, Colorado
What is a VoiceThread? It’s a shareable multimedia slideshow with comment and feedback capability built-in. It’s a shareable multimedia slideshow with comment and feedback capability built-in. It’s invites a conversation or discussion about your content. It’s invites a conversation or discussion about your content. To share something you have learned. To share something you have learned. To teach others something. To teach others something. To describe an experience you’ve had. To describe an experience you’ve had. To ask others for their opinions on your content. To ask others for their opinions on your content. What’s The Point of VoiceThread?
21 st Century Skills - Learning American Association of School Librarians Inquire Think critically Draw conclusions Pursue personal and aesthetic growth. Gain knowledge Make informed decisions Apply knowledge to new situations Create new knowledge Share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society Council on 21CL Flexible, Critical THINKERS Self-directed, Lifelong LEARNERS Visionary LEADERS Collaborative COMMUNICATORS Aware, Adept INFORMATION MANAGERS Caring, Global CITIZENS Adept, Literate PERFORMERS Healthy HUMANS Colorado Dept. Ed. (CDE) An analytical thinker A problem solver An effective communicator An effective collaborator Information and media literate Globally aware Civically engaged Financially and economically literate Oracle Ed. Foundation Critical thinking Self-direction Communication Teamwork Cross-cultural understanding Creativity Technology
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VoiceThread in Music Class Comparing J.S. Bach and Paul McCartney The J.S. Bach and Paul McCartney VoiceThread introduces young learners to the great baroque composer by way of a comparison/contrast with a musician with whom they are more familiar. https://voicethread.com/library/42/
HUMANITIES In HUMANITIES classrooms students can analyze and comment on historically significant photographs and create virtual tours of places or events they are studying. ENGLISH ENGLISH students can record their own poetry or short story and add evocative images. es.net/pages/learnin g/artdesign/artict/
PHOTOGRAPHY AND DRAWING PHOTOGRAPHY AND DRAWING students can present their work and explain their techniques and motivations; students and teachers can then leave commentaries. FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOREIGN LANGUAGE students can upload pictures from a (real or imagined) trip and then explain their voyage in the language they are studying." Tom Daccord
Math and VoiceThread 7th Grade - Exploring Probability from Britt Gow7th Grade - Exploring Probability from Britt Gow, Students from two countries were able to comment on the slides which show images of probability problems. My students enjoyed this exercise and another teacher has used it in her class to extend each of the problems. 7th Grade - Exploring Probability from Britt Gow 7th Grade - Measurement from Britt Gow7th Grade - Measurement from Britt Gow, Year 7 students from Hawkesdale P12 college were able to share their knowledge with Grade 5/6 students from a Ballarat Primary School about measurement and ratio. Students were required to articulate their thinking 7th Grade - Measurement from Britt Gow 6th Grade math from Jackie Ionno6th Grade math from Jackie Ionno, This VoiceThread was created by the student and shows that he really got the intent of the assignment. It shows effort, creativity, organization, and a mathematical knowledge of the the real world. 6th Grade math from Jackie Ionno 4th Grade problem-solving from Krystina Kelly4th Grade problem-solving from Krystina Kelly, This is a great VoiceThread example because it shows how an entire 4th grade class can work together to develop problem- solving strategies. 4th Grade problem-solving from Krystina Kelly, This is a great VoiceThread example because it shows how an entire 4th grade class can work together to develop problem- solving strategies. 4th Grade problem-solving from Krystina Kelly Higher Ed teaching with technology from Ellen DobsonHigher Ed teaching with technology from Ellen Dobson, This VoiceThread, entitled "Surfometry," was created by a student-teacher as an assignment for a "Computers in Education" course. The creator incorporated images, video and graphics into an engaging geometry lesson. Higher Ed teaching with technology from Ellen Dobson
English / Language Arts Examples Poetry and Illustration from Constance Vidor 1st grade - Reading Analysis from Leanne Windsor Kindergarten Storybook from Leanne Windsor 4th Grade - Where I'm From Poems from Tara McCartney 12th Grade - A Day in the Life from Joanie Batts 4th Grade - I Am Poems from Jackie Gerstein 4th Grade English from Ms. Naugle 4th Grade book-reading discussion from Krystina Kelly Kindergarten reading from Heather Taylor 7th Grade from Amy Cobb What Do You Know About Poe? 3rd Grade Critical Thinking About Friendship from Alice Mercer
Science Ideas 7th Grade - The Water Cycle from Britt Gow7th Grade - The Water Cycle from Britt Gow, posted August 20th, 2009 Year 7 Science students did a unit of work on water and the water cycle. They were asked to draw a picture containing mountains, clouds, the sea, a lake, a forest and an underground water reservoir (aquifer). 7th graders Go Green from Mrs. Beatrice Reiser7th graders Go Green from Mrs. Beatrice Reiser, posted July 5th, 2009 This VoiceThread is an excellent example because it is interactive and promotes environmental issues. 1st Grade Science from Michele Green1st Grade Science from Michele Green, posted June 26th, 2009 First grade students researched fish in the library, used Paint to draw pictures of them, and then recorded their voices.
Age Requirement for Students to Make Their Own Accounts: 13 My Bookmarks About VoiceThread:
There Are Three Basic Ways For K-12 Students To Participate In 1. Have your students sign up for free accounts using valid addresses. Then add them as contacts and invite them to the VoiceThreads that you make. Students can comment by microphone and text an unlimited number of times for free. 2. Have your students work under your Educator account using our Identities feature. Make sure you fully understand how it works and directly supervise your students when they are logged in under your account. 3. Purchase your students their own account without the requirement of a valid address by getting a subscription to ed.VoiceThread. Besides providing an accountable environment, the students can create more, have more features, and you can oversee and manage their work.
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