engaging learners in digital conversations
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Engaging Teachers & Learners
Engaging Teachers & Learners100 percent participation with TodaysMeet and Voxer
.comCreate a chat room in seconds from the TodaysMeet.com home page
Pick an easy name for attendees or students, as the Pick a name field creates a URL like this: todaysmeet.com/corwinretreat
Designate an appropriate time to keep the room open
Teachers might opt for the 1-hour option
Ask all participants to pick a name. Students should use first and last names, as teachers may keep a record of the chat. Dont forget to click Join.
TodaysMeet mimics Twitter, so all posts are limited to 140 characters. Dont forget to click Say.Watch your character count.
Respond at todaysmeet.com/corwinretreatRoom tools provide options, like embedding a transcript or live stream into your blog/website
Voxer is available for your iOS or Android device from your App store.
Teachers using Voxer for feedback should consider the Pro version.
Teachers might use the web version of Voxer, much like TodaysMeet, creating a classroom chat that can be managed from the web.Easily add people to groups and share recorded voice, text message or pics.
Pro users can have students create free accounts and add them to class groups or to an entire rosterup to 500 people.
Create a group chat on an Android deviceTeachers Throwing Out Grades Voxer Group
Email me or Vox me at markbarnes19 to join
Use gear icon to manage members and for other options
Manage contacts, chats, profile, and notes here.
Notes are excellent for reminders, ideas, grocery lists, etc.
Plus, like any single Vox, they can easily be shared to the web and with other contacts, using the share icon.
Share any single note or Vox in many ways.
Charlie Gleek provides recorded narrative feedback for a student on Voxer.
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