Crowdsourcing your Library by Crazytalking

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Crowdsourcing your Library by Crazytalking

  1. 1. Crowdsource your Library with Crazytalk Teachers’ Lounge: http://todaysmeet.com
  2. 2. What is Crazytalk Sounds crazy
  3. 3. Can be loud
  4. 4. Shhhh…..
  5. 5. This is not the time for quiet
  6. 6. Should not sound like gibberish
  7. 7. Helps clarify one’s thoughts
  8. 8. Metacognition awareness or analysis of one's own learning or thinking processes Merriam-Webster Dictionary
  9. 9. Metatalk Talking aloud Typically done by teacher
  10. 10. What happens when Students Metatalk
  11. 11. CRAZYTALK
  12. 12. Student-Centered
  13. 13. Crazytalk Recipe Ingredients  1 oz Text or Audio  3 tsp Questions  1 Child’s other self  1 Microphone  1 Paper/Pencil or Computer  Optional –silhouette on popsicle stick; recording device or software app
  14. 14. Directions Recipe continued  Listen to directions for Crazytalk Educational Information Amount per Serving: Fluency, Comprehension, Activate Prior Knowledge
  15. 15. Directions Recipe cont.  Explain Crazytalk  Ask/Answer Questions using 5Ws and How  Model Crazytalk  Point out other self to each child  Give students 1 minute to Crazytalk  Shout Crazytalk then stop after 1 min  Pair and share  Give each student microphone to tell what was told to partner (or other self) Let’s Crazytalk Go to http://Meegenius.com
  16. 16. Questions Todaysmeet.com Feedback
  17. 17. Mindmapping
  18. 18. My Voki Librarian from the Black Lagoon
  19. 19. Vocaroo Click here to record
  20. 20. Grade Levels Other tools  For K-2 use Crazytalk recipe, Kidspiration, and audio app Vocaroo  Gr 3-5 can modify using audio apps, talking avatars, and mindmaps like Vocaroo, Audacity, Blabberize, Voki, Bubbl.us  Middle school and High school can modify using audio apps Vocaroo, Audioboo, Spicynodes.
  21. 21. Personal Learning Toolkit  Crazy Talk Recipe  Aviary  Audacity  Audioboo  Blabberize  Carryouttext  Gibberish Generator  Meegenius  Todaysmeet  Vocaroo  Voki  Wallwisher  Weblist http://weblist.me/
  22. 22. Crazy Talk can be Exhausting
  23. 23. Post Ideas, Resources, Feedback for Crazy Talk to Wallwisher http://wallwisher.com/wall/craz ytalkncslma
  24. 24. Questions Todaysmeet.com Feedback
  25. 25. TodaysMeet Transcript Excerpts Do you find any students resist speaking out loud to themselves? Katy at 14:29 PM, 04 Nov 2010 via web Love the idea of using high tech and low tech for the same project. Lynne at 14:29 PM, 04 Nov 2010 via web where will your slideshare be? Lynne at 14:31 PM, 04 Nov 2010 via web What sort of feedback do you get to the sharing of audio files of student responses? Do students respond to the blog? Parents? other teacher Katy at 14:32 PM, 04 Nov 2010 via web Crazytalk looks like a great collaboration tool for students. Can't wait to try it! Alice at 14:32 PM, 04 Nov 2010 via web
  26. 26. Collaborate with me Follow me on Twitter (librario868) Crazytalk with me Post Responses to: http://tinyurl.com/2e2f983 Text message 197970 to 22333. http://wallwisher.com/wall/crazytalk ncslma

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