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VoiceThread is an engaging way to communicate and collaborate. You add a picture, document, or video. Then, you and your students can comment through phone, microphone, webcam, or text. Each VoiceThread is given its own web address, so it can then be shared with others. Just follow the steps below to get started!




How-to-Information:

Click here to register and read how to create a Voice Thread Account---->REGISTER ---->READ

After you have registered with VoiceThread, watch the following videos for a fast, easy way to get started.


Upload an image, document, or video
Learn how to begin a VoiceThread by uploading a picture, document, or video through your computer, a website, webcam, or a media source.

Add a comment to the VoiceThread
This video clip will show you how to add a comment. This can be done through text, a microphone, a webcam, or by phone.

Share your VoiceThread
Learn how to save your VoiceThread and share with others using a web link.

Examples:

This example would work for a lower elementary class studying feelings and emotions.






This example would work with secondary students studying American History.







Other Resources:

Slideshare VoiceThread Examples in Education Links to several ideas for content learning with VoiceThread.

VoiceThread 4 Education wiki A wiki where educators can share how they are using VoiceThread in the classroom. Links to examples and resources.

17 Interesting Ways to Use VoiceThread in the Classroom A Clif's Notes blog where you can see a presentation given by Tom Barrett.

Sample VoiceThread Rubric
Sample VoiceThread rubric for secondary

Another Sample VoiceThread Rubric
Go to the bottom of this page and click to open another sample rubric for VoiceThread.

VoiceThread for K-12 students and educators.