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Use Voicethread as a Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Tool

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Would you like to use the same web tool to explain concepts, encourage collaborative participation, and create alternatives to written assessments? VoiceThread can help you do all this and more. This webinar will explore how to use VoiceThread as an alternative to PowerPoint to explain a concept or skill, as a way to promote student participation, and as an alternative to written assessments. Join David Faure as he demonstrates how to build a VoiceThread and invites participants to comment on it during the live session. Though the examples shared are science-related, the concepts are applicable across disciplines. While not required, to get the most out of this interactive session, sign up for a free VoiceThread account prior to attending.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, July 25, 2013 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Communication & Collaboration, Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: assessment and review, assessments, collaboration, collaborative assignments, communication and collaboration, digital media, DOL725, multimedia, presentations, VoiceThreads

Reviews (23)

Full Member
Great information... Thanks for sharing.
Basic Member
Very informative.
Basic Member
Thank you for sharing. It seems very interesting, and looks like something I might be able to share with my language learners.
Basic Member
This my first exposure to voicethread .

better than powerpoint
- creating collaboration
- alternative to written assessments
Use Jing to record voice as you work so that you have a permanent record
Basic Member
Thank you! Beautiful children!
Basic Member
Thank you, David. Very helpful intro to VT.
Basic Member
David: thank you for your webinar; very useful in my Spanish classes!
Basic Member
I especially enjoyed the tips for getting started and the variety of classroom uses.
Basic Member
Great information!
Basic Member
Another great resource. Now that David demonstrated how to use it, I will be more confident trying it out.
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