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Powerpoint from an Elluminate Live session presenting Blabberize.com as an educational tool.

Powerpoint from an Elluminate Live session presenting Blabberize.com as an educational tool.

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  • 1. Live! With Rutgers CMSCE<br />Facilitator: Heather Johnson, NBCT, M.Ed.<br />Today’s Tool: Blabberize<br />www.blabberize.com<br />Visit us on the web at<br />http://cmsce.rutgers.edu/<br />
  • 2. IMAGES+ AUDIO<br />Engage visual learners<br />With camera technology you can create authentic images<br />Google images and search engines offer a variety of images<br />Audio allows listener to grasp the message without the barriers of decoding written text<br />Students can pre-record themselves and avoid stress of a live presentation but still lend their voices to projects<br />
  • 3. www.blabberize.com<br />Take any picture and Speak through it<br />
  • 4. Why blabber?<br />Students can create a script and read without the pressure of a real-time presentation<br />Students who are more verbal students can explore their thoughts without the pressure of misspelling<br />Students can listen to their presentations and rerecord to improve the message, correct errors<br />
  • 5. What to blabber?<br />Animals<br />Retell an animal’s perspective from a fable<br />Demonstrate understanding of facts about an animal<br />A day in the life of an animal<br />
  • 6. What to blabber?<br />People<br />Personal narrative<br />Biography of <br />a famous individual<br />family member<br />Community member<br />Retell a story from a character’s point of view<br />
  • 7. Other useshttp://summercoreworkshop.pbworks.com/Blabberize<br />Blabberize a student of the day for a &quot;Who I Am&quot; section<br />Blabberize a famous mathematician explaining a solution to a math problem<br />Blabberize in a foreign language<br />One student per week can blabberize a summary of the topics covered<br />
  • 8. Examples<br />Photosynthesis Rap<br />http://5daled2010.wikispaces.com/Photosynthesis+Raps<br />Digital Storytelling<br />http://www.thebookchook.com/2009/10/blabberize.html<br />Teacher Using Blabberize to present class project<br />http://blabberize.com/view?id=95456<br />
  • 9. Blabberize Resources<br />Blabberize Cheat Sheet<br />http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/etowe-180736-blabberize-cheat-sheet-education-ppt-powerpoint/<br />Tips to Use Tool<br />http://www.blabberize.com/blog/<br />
  • 10. To Consider…<br />The site has some mature content, so browse carefully<br />For this reason, do not send students to browse the site<br />Consider pre-recording your audio<br />Test out your recording equipment, try to use headphone/ microphones to minimize background noise<br />

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