VoiceThread faculty share showcase

View the video archives below to learn how your peers are using VoiceThread to foster humanized, connected learning.  Want to learn more? Attend a VoiceThreader Community gathering! They’re fun and informative.

VoiceThread Faculty Toolkit

Providing Feedback on Writing Assignments

Examining the Value of Anchor Charts

Megan Eberhardt-Alstot demonstrates how she uses VoiceThread to support her students, who are future teachers, to understand the role and value of anchor charts in teaching.

Reflective Video Blogs (vlogs)

Stacey Anderson, English faculty at CSU Channel Islands, demonstrates how she uses VoiceThread for student video blogs to reflect on research and build community in her blended composition course

Improving Writing Skills with VoiceThread

Explore how Kim Vose uses VoiceThread to provide students with personalized voice feedback on written work; as well as a space for students to read their papers out loud, listen to their work, and develop as writers.

Virtual Field Trip with VoiceThread Mobile

Jaime Hannans shares an assignment in which students explored their local communities to locate examples of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs). Students documented and discussed their findings using the VoiceThread mobile app on their smartphones.

Advancing Critical Thinking Skills

Maria Ballesteros-Sola, demonstrates how she uses VoiceThread to engage Marketing students in 3 types of active learning: 1) Comment, 2) Edit, 3) Create. Students are placed in the role of content creators, increasing their capacity to develop critical thinking skills.

Humanized Discussions with VoiceThread

Jaime Hannans demonstrates how she uses VoiceThread to cultivate meaningful, relevant asynchronous conversations in voice. Also included is a preview of Jaime’s VoiceThread that integrates Visual Teaching Strategies into her nursing classes.

Diversity in Groups

In this recording of a live Hangout on Air, Michelle Pacansky-Brock interviews Jaimie Hoffman and Mario Perez about a cross-cultural active learning experience. You will learn how Jaimie’s students in California engaged in an asynchronous voice conversation with Mario’s students in Japan about diversity in groups using VoiceThread. Watch and learn how they did it, why they did it, what they discovered, and advice for you!