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Digital_Storytelling

Page history last edited by Carla Arena 13 years, 8 months ago

 

 

After having told your educator's story in our voicethread above, check some cool tools tested by Alan Levine

@ http://cogdogroo.wikispaces.com/StoryTools .

 

Try out a tool to tell your "a day in the life of educator story", and add the link or embed your story here using the "insert plugin" as shown in the tutorial here.

 
 

Name

URL for your Digital Story

Carla Arena http://voicethread.com/share/11608/ Telling my students and friends about Key West
Maria Claudia Pires http://voicethread.com/share/229446/ Telling my students about one of my fav places in MG
Gilmar Mattos http://voicethread.com/share/233090/ Ms. Difficulty
kelly da Silva Vieira  http://voicethread.com/share/233299/ Why being an English teacher? 
Elaine Maria Santos  http://www.vuvox.com/collage/detail/0aea3552b Teaching Chinese Students
Marina Bonani

http://voicethread.com/share/231780/ A Love Story

http://voicethread.com/share/234191/ Marina's Learners' videos

Ana Albi voicethread.com/share/240976/ Perseverance
Daniele Almeida http://www.imageloop.com/slideshow/f81a5669-a83f-1048-9eea-0015c5fd2ed5 I'm a teacher
Lueli Ceruti http://voicethread.com/#u192421.b241025.i1255340
Maria da Luz http://voicethread.com/share/240810/
Patricia Faustino voicethread.com/share/241277/ - An animal story
Dennis in Phoenix http://voicethread.com/share/241644/—Images from the Story of a Life
Cleverson Cavalcanti Pena http://voicethread.com/share/239525/  My learning journey
   
 
Dear all, if you use Voicethread, remember to give it public access and let others comment:
 
Or embed your story below.
 
 

Carla's 

  
 

Lueli's

 

Marina's 

 

Marina and her Learners'

 

Maria Claudia's

 

Victor's

 

Gilmar's

 

Cecília's

 

Elaine's

 

Lilian's


 

 

Daniele's

 

Maria da Luz's

http://www.pimpampum.net/bubblr/?id=13085 

 

Dennis'

 

Patricia Faustino's Dog Story

 

Pat Fleury's Story

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An Example of the use of Voicethread in the Classroom

by Teacher Ronaldo Júnior and students

 

Comments (18)

VICTOR said

at 7:30 pm on Oct 29, 2008

Dear all,
I believe we have done an excellent job telling our digital stories. Congratulations to all of us. By the way, voicethread is by far my favorite web tool.

Carla Arena said

at 10:31 am on Oct 30, 2008

Victor, I make your words mine! Congratulations to all! This page just reflects the wonderful educators you all are!

Marina Bonani said

at 4:54 pm on Nov 1, 2008

Guys, all stories are great, really! Although I saw some different and useful tools, Voicethread is definitely my favorite one. I have to agree with Victor. I'm gonna use it a lot. It helps visual learners (and visual teachers, too!!)

The videos about wiki are helpful.

Kiss, Marina BRazil

Kelly said

at 10:28 pm on Nov 1, 2008

Marina,
You chose wonderful photos to tell your love story. It is outstanding!!

Kelly said

at 10:32 pm on Nov 1, 2008

Hello Carla and all dear colleagues,
I feel very comfortable to use Voicethread. I have used it this semester with my advanced students. It was great. We had an online discussion about Lifestyle. I would that is Voicethread empowered by the selection of nice pictures to engage the audience to let comments and interact. So guys, choose the photos that make an impact on people`s eyes and a nice story to be told.
Cheers,
kelly

gabriela anjos said

at 8:57 am on Nov 2, 2008

I laughed and cried "watching" these stories. We are so rich and have so much to share!
I'm very proud of what we've been doing here.
Gabi

Ana Albi said

at 11:13 am on Nov 2, 2008

I agree, Gabi. The stories are really moving. I am still working on mine, but I'm not sure I can come up with anything as nice!

Daniele Almeida said

at 2:26 pm on Nov 2, 2008

Elaine,

I can't believe you took your celta course in the same group Vane took hers!!!
I really love her, she was my coordinator when I worked at Cultura Inglesa!!
What a coincidence!

Kisses :)

cleverpena said

at 2:47 pm on Nov 2, 2008

I also agree with all! How nice are the videos above. I'm very emotional with most of them mainly with Ronaldo's one. Congratulation everyone for deciding be part of this group. Voicethread is really rewarding and interesting. That's why lots of people enjoy being gathered with us. I love to hear the variety of foreigners' voice here. Its very cool, isn't it?

Carla Arena said

at 11:37 am on Nov 3, 2008

@Aninha See, you can come up with something as exciting as all the other stories we shared here?! Wonderful story!

@Cleverson Ronaldo's story is a fantastic example of student-centered stories. They created this voicethread to share more about their country in a collaborative project involving other countries, called sister-schools. Amazing result and interaction, isn't it?

@Pat Fleury Your comics are the perfect visual match to the story you told us! Loved your creativity! Also, Maria da Luz and Lilian, you used comics in a very creative way to visually tell your story. Thanks for trying it out and sharing ti with us.

@Daniele Wow! Your slideshow is also a masterpiece! See that you can tell the same story in totally unexpected ways just by changing the tool you use? Congrats! I loved your photos!

Carla Arena said

at 11:38 am on Nov 3, 2008

@ Elaine I'll have to get back to Vuvox. You inspired me! Wonderful slideshow.

marina said

at 10:29 pm on Nov 3, 2008

Marina, i was really touched by your story, the images you chose added to your own expression whle telln testory was really moving!
Thanks for sharin it with us!

Lilian Marchesoni said

at 3:47 pm on Nov 4, 2008

Hi everyone... First, I'd like to say that I loved listening to your stories.... They're great!
I had never heard of voice thread before this course, and I think this is one of the greatest tools! It's really motivating because students can listen to their own voice, add images to their stories and; moreover, listen and comment on their peers' stories! It's simply fantastic! I started listening to your stories and then, I was suddenly visiting other pages, listening to stories of people that I've never seen before! It's addictive! As a whole, I think this might be a good chance for students to listen to their own voices, consider their intonation and pronunciation and also, interact with their classmates in a totally different way!

Carla Arena said

at 11:22 am on Nov 5, 2008

Dear Lilian, I'm happy to hear that you found Voicethread useful. It is certainly addictive! What you're experiencing is exactly the potential of seeing others, listening to diverse voices with the help of social media. It takes us far, so keep making good use of it and exploring its potential to your classroom. Don't be afraid to try it with your students. In the beginning, it's scary, then it becomes more natural and you'll see that many students are experts in tech stuff!

Lueli said

at 6:43 pm on Nov 5, 2008

It took me a while to share my story here are the wiki. I first posted it on my blog... hehehehe... completely lost... See, that's what happens when you don't do your homework on time! Anyway, I had already visited most of the stories on voicethreat.com and I'm amazed at the wonderful things I saw and heard. I'm very proud to be part of this wonderful group! Thank you for the opportunity! By the way, Carla, I've been working on the blog and I'l like you to have a look at it... Any suggestions??? See you around the web...

Patricia Faustino said

at 9:33 pm on Nov 5, 2008

It took me a while to comment here! Anyway, it has been an experience of a kind, hasn't it everybody? Lovely stories all of them! Congratulations to everybody! I agree with Lueli, we've got to be proud of ourselves!!! An e-hug for everybody and for you Carla for making it possible!

Carla Arena said

at 5:22 pm on Nov 6, 2008

@Lueli I'm the proudest of all! What a wonderful group with fantastic stories, isn't it?
I'll take a look at you blog and give you some feedback.

@Pat WE made this possible! This wiki would be a blank space without you with your lovely stories.

Mariucha Dias said

at 9:44 pm on Jul 9, 2009

Hi...
it was a bit difficult for me to create a story.. i'm terrible at doing that!!
i'm sure my students will love to post photos ou create slides and based on that create their stories and post it later!!

thanks for all the hints!
bye Mari

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