ic e sV o               Jenny Ashby               Mobile2012                 Phoenix
Who has a voice?              •Student voice              •Teachers               •Community
Success in literacy   depends onoral language skills that are brought         to       school.
Brian Cambourne’s conditions of literacylearning with mobile tech use examples   • Immersion - literacy is everywhere   • ...
Usingvoicesfor....
Composing Explaining DirectingInterviewing Discussing Debating RetellingInstructing
So let’s use student voice                                     Talking TomAudio Boo    DropVox     SonicPics   Talking Car...
WritePadExplain Everything   VoiceThread   Sound Note      Fuze                           Skype
GarageBand    QRcode   Echofon                                    SockPuppetsBook Creator   Vimeo    Posterous
Writing is thinking with your fingersSpeaking is thinking with your voice.   Thinking is our inner voice.
Let our students’ inner voices           be heard      with their voices
Follow   @jjashslidetolearn.ning.com
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  1. 1. ic e sV o Jenny Ashby Mobile2012 Phoenix
  2. 2. Who has a voice? •Student voice •Teachers •Community
  3. 3. Success in literacy depends onoral language skills that are brought to school.
  4. 4. Brian Cambourne’s conditions of literacylearning with mobile tech use examples • Immersion - literacy is everywhere • Demonstration - model speaking and listening • Engagement - comes easily with devices • Expectation - yes you can do it! • Responsibility - self direction for learning • Approximation - learning as we have a go and attempt, oral language gives us a rehearsal for written text. • Use - give opportunity to use oral language as activity choices • Response - oral language as a response is great.
  5. 5. Usingvoicesfor....
  6. 6. Composing Explaining DirectingInterviewing Discussing Debating RetellingInstructing
  7. 7. So let’s use student voice Talking TomAudio Boo DropVox SonicPics Talking CarlAudio Note Blogpress Keynote iMovie
  8. 8. WritePadExplain Everything VoiceThread Sound Note Fuze Skype
  9. 9. GarageBand QRcode Echofon SockPuppetsBook Creator Vimeo Posterous
  10. 10. Writing is thinking with your fingersSpeaking is thinking with your voice. Thinking is our inner voice.
  11. 11. Let our students’ inner voices be heard with their voices
  12. 12. Follow @jjashslidetolearn.ning.com

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