VoiceThread of the Month: September

We are excited to announce a new way for us to feature your work and the work of your students! Each month for the 2014-2015 school year, we will be accepting submissions for a “VoiceThread of the Month”. Each month, we will ask for an entry based on a different theme along with a link … Continued


What are Visual Thinking Strategies?

This is a guest post by VoiceThread Certified Educator, Dr. Jaime Hannans. About the same time that I was introduced to VoiceThread, I was finishing PhD courses with my colleague, Dr. Meg Moorman, Clinical Assistant Professor at Indiana University. During our talks, Dr. Moorman educated me about Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS), and I learned how she … Continued


How Can Role-Playing Improve Peer-To-Peer Feedback?

This is a guest post by Boise State professor, Yu-Hui Ching. I am an assistant professor of Educational Technology at Boise State University. I have been using VoiceThread for discussions and ice-breaking activities in my online courses for two years. My students and I enjoy VoiceThread because we can see and hear each other, which helps … Continued


3 Ideas for Your Digital Toolkit with VoiceThread

This is a guest-post via VoiceThread by Lori Rusch. She is an Art History instructor and shares her ideas about using VoiceThread below. We’d love your comments either on this blog post or in the actual VoiceThread!


Flipping History Class with VoiceThread

This is a guest post by History teacher and VoiceThread user, Liz Ramos. Sharing and collaborating with educators on Twitter has been INVALUABLE to me as an educator and my classroom over the past year and a half. I (@historytechie) participate in a variety of educational Twitter chats and have no problem sharing resources and … Continued


Do you think about classroom design?

Summer is a great time to think about classroom design. In this VoiceThread, Cristina Milos (@surreallyno on twitter) counters conventional wisdom about classroom design. She discusses her ideas about the drawbacks of “cute” displays, gender perceptions and much more. Take a minute to watch and add your ideas on this thought-provoking VoiceThread from an incredible … Continued


Reimagined. Redesigned. VoiceThread.

Sign up for the demo below.   Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:00 pm EDT   Wednesday, July 23, 2014 8:00 pm EDT (After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.)


What is Asynchronous Learning?

“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” -Jerry Seinfeld   People hate public speaking because mistakes happen … Continued


Summer Professional Development with VoiceThread

Join us this summer for some professional development!  VoiceThread is hosting 6 free online sessions in the coming months to help K-12 educators develop ideas for enhancing their classes. Each session will be led by George Haines, an expert VoiceThreader, curricular designer, and former K-12 educator.  George will share his expertise, showcase some exemplary VoiceThreads, … Continued


How a “Digital Dinosaur” Adapted to Teaching Online

This is a guest post by VoiceThread user Timothy Lloyd.   Recently, I was asked to do a guest blog by VoiceThread.   I teach an honors level biology course at Norwin High School in North Huntingdon PA.  I would consider myself to be a digital dinosaur, I still have a dumb phone (and I … Continued