Intro To VoiceThread




      Bob Sprankle
       BLC 2010
Who am I?
My Assistant!
Where am I?
It’s all on the Wiki!
WHAT THE HECK IS IT?
BLAH BLAH BLAH

Come learn about one of the simplest and yet most
powerful tools on the Web today. Learn how VoiceThread
c...
OUTLINE
Why VoiceThread?

See examples of VoiceThread being used in education

Brainstorm ideas for use of VT in your clas...
Technology “Infusion”
• Connection to Self
   ◦ In order for work to have real meaning, students must have a significant i...
Open the Windows
 • quick
 • interactive
 • visual
 • collaborative
 • multi-purposes
 • different
   approaches
 • Conver...
LASTING AND SUSTAINABLE
Examples



DEMONSTRATE LEARNING      TUTORIAL       REFLECTION




                                         DISCUSSION/
 ...
EXPLORE
  TIME
http://voicethread.com/
        library/
BRAINSTORM
    Brainstorm ideas
    for using
    VoiceThread in
    the Classroom


http://piratepad.net/vtsprankle
TOUR
TOUR
TOUR




  You are an Educator!
TOUR
Storage has
 dropped
SIGN UP!
Don’t Worry... you can come
               back to these!
PLENTY of Tutorials!
Pros/Cons of Identities
Pros/Cons of Identities
Pros/Cons of Identities
From the “Reader” Side
TIME TO CREATE
UPLOAD
SHARE
DECISIONS
WHAT’S THAT SPEECH
BUBBLE ALL ABOUT?
V O I C E T H R E A D A D VA N C E D
FRIDAY July 16th, at 1:00 - 2:15 pm during session 11
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners
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VoiceThread—Session 1: Introduction
Come learn about one of the simplest and yet most powerful tools on the Web today. Learn how VoiceThread can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom to capture and share authentic learning. We'll examine how to sign up for an account, the different options in creating presentations, and the benefits afforded to educator accounts. We'll look at example VoiceThreads in order to see best practice and get inspiration for your own projects.

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BLC 2010: VoiceThread for Beginners

  1. 1. Intro To VoiceThread Bob Sprankle BLC 2010
  2. 2. Who am I?
  3. 3. My Assistant!
  4. 4. Where am I?
  5. 5. It’s all on the Wiki!
  6. 6. WHAT THE HECK IS IT?
  7. 7. BLAH BLAH BLAH Come learn about one of the simplest and yet most powerful tools on the Web today. Learn how VoiceThread can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom to capture and share authentic learning. We will examine how to sign up for an account, the different options in creating presentations and the benefits afforded to educator accounts. We will also look at example VoiceThreads in order to see best practice and get inspiration for your own projects.
  8. 8. OUTLINE Why VoiceThread? See examples of VoiceThread being used in education Brainstorm ideas for use of VT in your classroom Tour VT and Options Create your own VoiceThread Account and leave comments on common VT ... Make your own VT with images, voice & text comments See ADVANCED Session on Friday! Come Back!
  9. 9. Technology “Infusion” • Connection to Self ◦ In order for work to have real meaning, students must have a significant interest and even personal connection to the work. Without this, the work is artificial, forced, and carried out in isolation. Work WILL be Engaging • Connection to Others ◦ An understanding that people are social by nature and therefore will be motivated by a collaborative curriculum. • Work Must Be Meaningful or Purposeful ED S! NE ◦ An acknowledgment that it is a fundamental and universal human desire for people to want F YO to do work that is meaningful or purposeful. People want a job to do and gain great CH satisfaction in doing that job. • IER Work Must Have an Authentic Audience AR S H outside of the classroom. ◦ In order for work to have real meaning, it must reach a true audience as well as have ’ OW and Sustainable significant impact on the world A SL ◦ M • Work Must Be Lasting In order for work to have real meaning, it should have permanence. • Students will be Prepared ◦ With Teachers along using the tools with them as role models/mentors
  10. 10. Open the Windows • quick • interactive • visual • collaborative • multi-purposes • different approaches • Conversation Image: 'breathing building' www.flickr.com/photos/49014237@N00/391241407
  11. 11. LASTING AND SUSTAINABLE
  12. 12. Examples DEMONSTRATE LEARNING TUTORIAL REFLECTION DISCUSSION/ TOUR HOME CONNECTION ASSESSMENT
  13. 13. EXPLORE TIME
  14. 14. http://voicethread.com/ library/
  15. 15. BRAINSTORM Brainstorm ideas for using VoiceThread in the Classroom http://piratepad.net/vtsprankle
  16. 16. TOUR
  17. 17. TOUR
  18. 18. TOUR You are an Educator!
  19. 19. TOUR
  20. 20. Storage has dropped
  21. 21. SIGN UP!
  22. 22. Don’t Worry... you can come back to these!
  23. 23. PLENTY of Tutorials!
  24. 24. Pros/Cons of Identities
  25. 25. Pros/Cons of Identities
  26. 26. Pros/Cons of Identities
  27. 27. From the “Reader” Side
  28. 28. TIME TO CREATE
  29. 29. UPLOAD
  30. 30. SHARE
  31. 31. DECISIONS
  32. 32. WHAT’S THAT SPEECH BUBBLE ALL ABOUT?
  33. 33. V O I C E T H R E A D A D VA N C E D FRIDAY July 16th, at 1:00 - 2:15 pm during session 11

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