Record, Reflect & Share: VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio

Presenter: Chrissy Hellyer
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
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Presentation Title: Record, Reflect & Share: VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio

Presentation Description: Learn how VoiceThread can be used as a digital portfolio. This presentation includes management ideas, tips & tricks, and things to be aware of when using VoiceThread as a digital portfolio in the classroom. Examples of student VoiceThreads and resources have been shared so that you can see and hear what this looks like in the classroom.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://learninghighway.wikispaces.com

Additional Information:
Blog: http://teachingsagittarian.com
Twitter ID: @nzchrissy

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4 Responses to “Record, Reflect & Share: VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio”

  1. I think that this would work with the students teaching a lesson on what they do best and what they might have tried and overcome some difficulty on process. I have thinking to do. Thanks it was great.

  2. […] It was quite difficult for me to limit myself to one presentation. I also had a hard time deciding on which presentation to watch. Due to constraints in time I “forced” myself to choose one and stick to it. The presentation I chose was “Record, Reflect & Share: VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio” by Chrissy Hellyer. […]

  3. […] and feedback on shared, digital work. Chrissy's presentation for the 2010 K-12 Online Conference, "Record, Reflect & Share: VoiceThread as a Digital Portfolio," and Bob (and Zoe) Sprankle's BLC 2010 presentations on VoiceThread (available as a podcast) are […]

  4. […] some perusing I decided to watch the presentation on digital portfolios presented by Chrissy Hellyer, a teacher in Bangkok, Thailand. Her video was well organized, […]

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