Fetc11 voicethread

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  • I have been using VT for around 5 years and every year I find a new way to implement it in my curriculum. Here are just a few ways that I have incorporated VT into my class. \n
  • I used this wordle as the basis for the introduction of our data analysis vocabulary asking the students what they knew about these vocabulary words. It was a great way to introduce the Chapter.\n
  • I participated in a distance learning and collaborative initiative with an education student at the University of Regina in Canada. Kyle Webb was studying to be a math teacher and we worked together for a semester using VT as one of our primary means of communication. \n
  • This next VoiceThread was a WebQuest in which the students found a mathematician that was born on their birthday. They were to include three facts about their twin and three about themselves as well as their twins mathematical achievement. They then presented it as a VT and working in groups they had to view and comment on at least 5 VT. It was a huge success. \n
  • This next VoiceThread was a WebQuest in which the students found a mathematician that was born on their birthday. They were to include three facts about their twin and three about themselves as well as their twins mathematical achievement. They then presented it as a VT and working in groups they had to view and comment on at least 5 VT. It was a huge success. \n
  • This next VoiceThread was a WebQuest in which the students found a mathematician that was born on their birthday. They were to include three facts about their twin and three about themselves as well as their twins mathematical achievement. They then presented it as a VT and working in groups they had to view and comment on at least 5 VT. It was a huge success. \n
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  • Fetc11 voicethread

    1. 1. Welcome to Voicethread Turn Up the Volume!Share ideas and discuss concepts shared in thissession by joining our Edmodo Group with the following code: FC0051 Join the FETC Community at http://www.edmodo.com/fetc
    2. 2. Turn Up The Volume Lee Kolbert and David Fisher with special guest, Jackie IonnoSchool District Palm Beach County, Florida Contact Information and Links Included in This Presentation: sites.google.com/site/edtechlearning
    3. 3. You already know aboutVT, but what’s the big deal?Curriculum ApplicationsModerating/SharingFree or Not?What’s New?or Things You Might Not KnowEducator’s Libraryand Resources
    4. 4. Harness the power of digital media! http://voicethread.com/share/100132/
    5. 5. Letters From The Internment Camps
    6. 6. VoiceThread
in
the
Classroom By
Jackie
Ionno 6 th 
Grade
Gifted/Advanced
Math Palm
Beach
County
Schoolsjackie.ionno@palmbeachschools.org
    7. 7. Introducing
a
Lesson
    8. 8. Collaborating
Globally
    9. 9. Student
Projects:
 
Mathematical
Birthday
Twin
    10. 10. Student
Projects:
 
Mathematical
Birthday
Twin
    11. 11. Student
Projects:
 
Mathematical
Birthday
Twin
    12. 12. Student
Projects:Math
in
the
Real
World https://sdpbc.ed.voicethread.com/?#q+ionno.b476849.i2539125
    13. 13. What’s
New
or
Things
You
 Might
Not
Know By
David
Fisher 5 th 
Grade
Teacher Palm
Beach
County
Schoolsdavid.fisher@palmbeach.k12.fl.us http://sdpbc.ed.voicethread.com/share/1693918/
    14. 14. You Might Not Know...If you delete a thread, it’s GONE!If you delete an avatar/identity,you also delete ALL commentsand threads associated with thatidentity. (So, change pictures but don’t delete theidentities.)
    15. 15. You Might Not Know...Comment and annotate on a video while it’s playing (while you leave a video or audio comment). http://voicethread.com/share/21651/
    16. 16. You Might Not Know...Download media w/ right-click
    17. 17. You Might Not Know...Export finished VT to .mov (burn copies for your class)
    18. 18. You Might Not Know...Bookmark a VT by “subscribing.” The VT will now appear onyour MyVoice page.
    19. 19. Every VT is private by default.
    20. 20. Coming Soon: Voicethread Mobile: iPad, iPod, mobile device compatible. For Schools and Districts:Pre-populate classes via external authentication, AD, LDAP, Shib and Moodle, customized homepage,
    21. 21. Questions?
    22. 22. Turn Up The VolumeContact Information and Links Included In This Presentation: sites.google.com/site/edtechlearning
    23. 23. Evaluations Step 1: Go to http://edmodo.com/fetcevals Step 2: Select session number: FC0051,session title:Voicethread: Pump Up The Volume and then evaluate. It’s that easy!

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