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  • Talk about why we are doing this process Using voicethread as an example
  • Show Vero's example of voicethread 1st
  •   encourage to take notes on the sheet 5 minutes to discuss with the people beside you   5 minute general discussion Point out that this can become the criteria to establish your rubric/evaluation There is on google docs
  • show the brainstorming sheet   we will put up the essential question after our explanation Vero talk about visual cues for younger kids (pencil, ect) Discuss picking roles for students , depending on the task, form groups depending on the abilities, one strong technology Strategies choose roles and to solve conflict, to take decisions
  • Computer technicians in our classes- assigning responisbilities and training Remi HICCUP:PROBLEM VT   THIS SLIDE WILL REMAIN ON DURING THE PRODUCTION PHASE   WE will model this process Asking for technical help-how? ****strategies for handling problems
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    • 1. Four Stage Process to Develop a Collaborative Learning Environment ( Modeling Classroom Practices ) B uilding Community through Telecollaboration February 18, 2011 McGill Faculty Club
    • 2. Stage 1: Immersion
      • Grade 1 Voicethread
    • 3. What makes a good Voicethread?
        • Definition of a Voicethread
        • Purpose of a Voicethread
        • Structure: How is the Voicethread built?
        • Features: What elements are used to build it?
        • Who is the intended audience for this Voicethread?
    • 4. Essential Question
      • In what ways are ICT tools helping your learning and student learning?
    • 5. Stage 2: Creation
      • Your task will be to add 2 slides, including pictures and comments, to reflect on the essential question.
      • To do this you will:
        • get into groups of 2-3 people from your cycle group,
        • determine the roles for each person in the group (photographer, commenter, computer technician)
        • Use the brainstorming sheet called "Planning a Voicethread" to respond to the essential question
        • You can also refer to the sentence starters as you plan your comments.
        • You have 10 to 15 minutes to complete this task.
    • 6. Stage 3: Production
        • Take your 2 pictures.
        • Upload them to your computers.
        • Go to
        • Log in and find the Voicethread titled Student and Teacher Learning.
        • Click on the picture to open it.
        • Click on the wheel in the top left corner and choose edit.
        • Choose Upload and browse your computer for the picture.
        • Click on Comment to type or record your thoughts.
        • Ask for technical help if you need it by putting up your hand.* 
        • You have about 30 minutes to complete this.
    • 7. Stage 4: Reflection
        • Once you have completed the task, choose one or two slides in the Voicethread  to comment on.
        • Within your small group, log into SAKAI. 
        • In the Discussion Forum, under Main Forums, click on discussion/ Q&A.
        • Choose the reflection comment to share your ideas on.
          • How can these ideas help me learn better?
          • In what ways can Voicethread be used in the classroom to help student learning.
    • 8. Adding the Voicethread to the wiki
    • 9. Using G oogle D ocs to share rubric