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Sew Yourself a Voicethread

Page history last edited by Carol Broos 10 years, 9 months ago



Names of people in class:



Composer Project VoiceThread Composers




Names of people in class



Today we will:

See some examples

Set up a VoiceThread account

Make a comment using voice, type, and doodle

Make a VoiceThread

Manage comments



If you have time you can:

Make an Avatar and upload it to VoiceThread

Embed your VoiceThread on your webpage

Leave a comment on a classmate's VoiceThread



Other wikis and websites concerning Voicethread

http://voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/ - collaborative Voicethread

http://voicethread.com/pricing/k12/ - Pricing

http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/06/19/digital-storytelling-part-vi-voicethread/ - Langwitches (we used this in class)

http://sites.google.com/site/edtechlearning/voicethread-and-beyond - Lee Korbert's wiki about Voicethread

Steps to success in the classroom:


1. Have a practice voicethread before you actually have a curriculum one, take pictures around school for students to comment.


2. Avatars - spend ONE day on just getting an avatar, not even going on a voicethread.




3. One day on getting passwords correct and loading avatar, have practice voicethread ready for students to practice.


4. FInally, ready to "rock and roll"


5. You must approve "comments' in order for others to view.



Voicethreads in Action: 

In-house Lincoln Project at Sunset Ridge:


Collaborative Lincoln Project


Composer Project:



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