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Using VoiceThread to Promote Learning Engagement and Success for All Students

Using VoiceThread to Promote Learning Engagement and Success for All Students Technology for Teaching and Learning Using VoiceThread to Promote Learning Engagement and Success for All Students Stein Brunvand and Sara Byrd Consider these three students: Jeremy, ularly problematic for students at risk Russell, & Cook, 2003; Myers & Beach, who is easily distracted and who has or those who have a disability as they 2004; Nicolaou, Nicolaidou, Zacharia, difficulty staying on task in social struggle with basic reading and written & Constantinou, 2007). studies; Brad, who has specific learn- expression skills (Lerner & Johns, One computer tool, called Voice- ing disabilities that place him at risk 2009). Thread (http://voicethread.com), can of dropping out due to lack of motiva- By the time many students reach be especially helpful at increasing stu- tion and fear of failure; and Angelina, high school they have experienced so dent engagement and motivation while who has received interventions through several grade levels to address her Innovative technological tools, programs, and software can be struggles with assignments and assess- ments. This article shows how a web- used to promote student engagement, motivation, and ultimately based learning tool can boost the enhance the quality of the learning experience for all students. learning skills and motivation of these http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png TEACHING Exceptional Children SAGE

Using VoiceThread to Promote Learning Engagement and Success for All Students

TEACHING Exceptional Children , Volume 43 (4): 10 – Mar 1, 2011

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 2011 Council for Exceptional Children
ISSN
0040-0599
eISSN
2163-5684
DOI
10.1177/004005991104300403
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Abstract

Technology for Teaching and Learning Using VoiceThread to Promote Learning Engagement and Success for All Students Stein Brunvand and Sara Byrd Consider these three students: Jeremy, ularly problematic for students at risk Russell, & Cook, 2003; Myers & Beach, who is easily distracted and who has or those who have a disability as they 2004; Nicolaou, Nicolaidou, Zacharia, difficulty staying on task in social struggle with basic reading and written & Constantinou, 2007). studies; Brad, who has specific learn- expression skills (Lerner & Johns, One computer tool, called Voice- ing disabilities that place him at risk 2009). Thread (http://voicethread.com), can of dropping out due to lack of motiva- By the time many students reach be especially helpful at increasing stu- tion and fear of failure; and Angelina, high school they have experienced so dent engagement and motivation while who has received interventions through several grade levels to address her Innovative technological tools, programs, and software can be struggles with assignments and assess- ments. This article shows how a web- used to promote student engagement, motivation, and ultimately based learning tool can boost the enhance the quality of the learning experience for all students. learning skills and motivation of these

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Published: Mar 1, 2011

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