"A group of Landell’s finest sixth graders worked together with Miss Pfafflin to develop an innovative new way to use technology in the classroom. Their project, 'The Voice Behind the Story,' used the Internet-based application Voicethread.com to make their written stories and poems come to life."
An overview of an activity from a History of Photograph course that uses VoiceThread like a wiki. Students are granted edit-privileges and add slides with media and comments in response to criteria provided by the instructor.
An amazing VoiceThread collaboration about the Japanese internment camps. The media in the VoiceThread includes samples of expressive artwork made by elementary school children. The audio comments include letters written by the students role playing the experience of internment camp prisoners. Other comments are left by real survivors -- this is amazing.
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