Welcome to the Voicethread 4 Education wiki


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Hello and welcome to the VoiceThread 4 Education wiki. This wiki was started by Colette Cassinelli (http://twitter.com/ccassinelli) but because of contributors like YOU - it has grown to be comprehensive collection of VoiceThread examples from students and teachers of all ages and groups. The purpose of this wiki is to gather examples of how educators are using Voicethread in their classrooms (or for professional development) and to share those examples.

With VoiceThread, group conversations are collected and shared in one place from anywhere in the world. All with no software to install. A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice through a Facebook Fan Page (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Share a VoiceThread with friends, students, and colleagues for them to record comments too. Users can doodle while commenting, use multiple identities, and pick which comments are shown through moderation. VoiceThreads can even be embedded to show and receive comments on other websites and exported to MP3 players or DVDs to play as archival movies. (https://voicethread.com/about/features/)

What will you find here?
  • Samples submitted by teachers of VoiceThread projects made by their students
  • VoiceThreads used for professional development
  • Resources, including other websites that contain VoiceThread examples
  • Best Practices - tips and ideas of how to best implement VoiceThread in your curriculum
  • Subject area ideas & examples of those ideas











This is your wiki. Please feel free to add any ideas, examples or resources to the site and provide appropriate link attribution. If you are not sure how to embed your VoiceThread projects in Wikispaces - follow the directions below. Also please be careful that you don't accidentally delete any current postings. Thanks!

If you are looking for a place to discuss how to use VoiceThread , consider joining the VoiceThread Group on Classroom 2.0 started by Mark Carls at http://www.classroom20.com/group/voicethread (Update: VoiceThread Ning moved to Classroom 2.0).

Thanks so much for joining me in creating this fabulous resource and thanks to VoiceThread and Steve Muth and Ben Pappell for their support.

Cheers,

Colette Cassinelli
http://www.edtechvision.org

updated July 2012





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Read "Engaging Learners with VoiceThread," a free chapter in the Classroom 2.0 Book Project written by Brad Wilson.






Directions for posting Voicethreads and links:

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Choose the "other HTML" widget

  1. Choose the appropriate grade page to embed your Voicethread.
  2. Select "Edit this page"
  3. Write a short summary of the Voicethread.
  4. Click on the "Embed Widget" icon and choose "Other HTML".
  5. Go to the "Embed" feature of your Voicethread and copy the HTML code for the smaller version of the Voicethread. Paste this HTML code into the Wikispace widget.
  6. Note: You must change your Voicethread to "public" if you want others to comment on the project.
  7. Please also copy a direct link to the Voicethread page.
  8. Save the Wikispace page.
  9. We can now view the examples on the Wikispace page or we can choose the link and go directly to Voicethread.
  10. If you want to add a comment to a project, make sure your correct identity is chosen before you add a text, audio or webcam message.



Thanks for sharing your examples. If you have any questions or need assistance in embedding your Voicethread projects in this wiki please contact Colette Cassinelli at colette.cassinelli@gmail.com



Note: This wiki contains my own ideas and does not reflect any position or statement by my employer. While I often present workshops about VoiceThread, I am not a [[#|paid]] consultant or employee. ~Colette Cassinelli