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GoAnimate - Homepage Group conversations around images, docs and videos Ken Tothero · University of Texas at Austin VoiceThread conversations are media-centric, which keeps the discussions focused. They also provide an opportunity to reflect, resulting in higher quality input. And finally, the system just plain works. Cole Complese · Penn State Cole Complese, the Senior Director for Teaching and learning at Pennsylvania State University, discusses the difference between mobile access and mobile interaction, the breadth of VoiceThread’s use by faculty, and the need for teaching practices to evolve along with new technologies. (4:32 Min) Keeta Holmes · University of Missouri-St. The power of peer feedback and peer review is intuitively available to all participants in a VoiceThread conversation. Presence Text alone can’t deliver the subtlety and expression required for meaningful connection. Intuitive, natural, powerful VoiceThread is used by everyone from elementary students to top-ranked universities to corporate executives. Anytime, anywhere A perfect fit

iLearn Technology Merlin John Online Ltd Mathletics - Inspiring Better Results 44 207 242 6447 Flash Classroom Welcome to the Flash Classroom. There are heaps of great flash sites on the web but this is the one that's devoted to using Flash in P-12 classrooms. Our goal is to provide educators and students with the support, resouces and inspiration they need to exploit the full potential of Flash in the classroom. On this site you'll find a large collection of learning materials covering how to create animations, games and learning objects using Adobe Flash. Flash Classroom Offline from June 2012 The Flash Classroom will be undergoing changes and maintenance from mid June 2012.

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