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5 tools to capture student voice. Slideshow for breakout 3 Ulearn 2011 - Rotorua NZ

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    • Integrating new technologies to empower learning and transform leadership 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice Breakout 3 Rotorua October 20 2011
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice ? Why capture student voice?
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://talkwheel.com Pros: Simple to use, organised by topics, easy to see who speaks to who Cons: Requires individual e-mail accounts, difficult to restrict topic choice
      • Classroom uses:
      • Collaboration tool – images, video and audio can be added to topics
      • Sequence of ideas and thoughts can be tracked
      • Combined with Audioboo – students can listen and speak rather than type
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://vocaroo.com Pros: Simple to use, no login, unlimited recording time, resource embeddable Cons: Not a commercial site, recording only stored for 6 months
      • Classroom uses:
      • Running reading record – student goal setting
      • Online listening post
      • Brainstorming ideas
      • Goal setting
      • Debating/discussing ideas
      • Recount
      • Explanation
    • Vocaroo = capturing creative thinking 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://audioboo.fm Pros: Can be used with no login, commercial site, never deleted, embeddable Cons: More steps to record, 3 minute duration
      • Classroom uses:
      • Running reading record – student goal setting
      • Online listening post
      • Brainstorming ideas
      • Goal setting
      • Debating/discussing ideas
      • Recount
      • Explanation
      iPhone app
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://voicethread.com Pros: One log on for whole class, audio and drawing, collaborative, embeddable Cons: Free account only 3 slideshows at any one time, else US$1:00 per student
      • Classroom uses:
      • Numeracy strategy sharing
      • Literacy reading/proof reading/editing
      • Literacy character development – vocabulary exposure
      • Science observations conclusions
      • Social Studies compare and contrast
      • Art explanation/appreciation
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://littlebirdtales.com Pros: Simple logon for students, school account, audio and drawing, embeddable Cons: Students will need support to become independent
      • Classroom uses:
      • Literacy recount
      • Literacy story re-telling
      • Science explanations/observations
      • Maths 2D shape work
      • Art – explanation/motives
      • Sequencing
      • Justification
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://fotobabble.com Pros: Single class log on, unlimited fotobables, audio and images, embeddable Cons: Flash based web site does not work on “i-products”, only one image
      • Classroom uses:
      • Literacy images as stimulus
        • Recount
        • Poetry
        • Re-tell
        • Story starters
        • Brainstorming ideas/planning
      • Social Studies empathy, explanation, justification, observation
      iPhone app
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice Fotobabble = embeddable talking photos
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://edu.glogster.com Pros: Umbrella teacher account, lots of themes, full multimedia, embeddable Cons: Premium features cost, training overhead for students, flash based
      • Classroom uses:
      • Information synthesis – no copy and paste
      • Audio, video and written text can be created for assessment
      • Full multimedia resource for teachers to set course work
      • Multi media poster – consistent quality-time management
      • Presentation resource for speeches
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice http://voki.com Pros: Unlimited number of Vokis, embeddable, text, speech, upload audio Cons: Minimising student fiddle factor!
      • Classroom uses:
      • Goal setting - personal
      • Reviews
      • Peer review
      • Feed back / feed forward
    • Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane 5 Tools to Capture Student Voice