MSM 298: “Is this mic on? Are we recording this?” Student recordings as assessment.
Jokes You Can Use:
What’s Brown And Sticky? …..a stick
What did one eye say to the other eye?…..don’t look now, but something between us smells.
What do you find in an empty nose?…fingerprints
Why won’t the elephant use the computer?….He’s afraid of the mouse!
What do you call a sleeping cow?… a bulldozer!
What did the square say to the old circle?… Been around long?
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- Google+:Leanna Acker
What The World Eats
Middle School Science Minute
by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or firstname.lastname@example.org)
I was recently reading the December, 2014 issue of “Science Scope,” a magazine written for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association.
In this issue, I read an article entitled “If It’s Engineered, Is It Wood?” The article was written by Richard H. Moyer and Susan A. Everett. It the article, they look at the difference between “real wood” and “engineered wood.” They provide a 5E learning cycle lesson where students explore one aspect of manufactured wood.
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Record and share audio, simply.
Introducing the easiest way to share audio. Record or upload your favorite sounds and we give you a short link to share with your friends.
Installable, FREE, cross platform.
Globally capture whatever your mac is playing—as simply as a screenshot
- CREATE YOUR AUDIO MESSAGE
- PREVIEW YOUR AUDIOPAL MESSAGE
- ENTER YOUR EMAIL AND GET YOUR AUDIOPAL
Used to be AudioBoo.
Plug-in: Assignment types: Online Audio Recording
Finally putting an end to the need for a streaming server (or a Java applet) to allow students to record audio clips for Moodle assignments, the Online Audio Recording assignment uses Flash (10.1+) to record audio from a microphone, convert it to MP3 format and upload it to Moodle via HTTP POST.
Installation note: since this is an assignment type (not a standalone plugin),it needs to be placed in /mod/assignment/type/ – not straight in the /mod/ directory.
Repositories: Record Audio
Usable anywhere that you can choose files from a repository, the Record Audio repository uses the same interface as the Online Audio assignment type (and 2.3 assignment submission plugin) to allow you to record audio in MP3 format and upload (or embed) it.
Assignment submissions : Online audio recording
While it is designed for language learning courses, it is being used in countless imaginative ways in universities, schools and organisations all over the world. PoodLL is free and open source. – See more at: http://poodll.com/#sthash.VbK8fc1U.dpuf
BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for distance education. The goal of the project is to enable universities, colleges, and K12 to delivery a high-quality learning experience to remote students.
BigBlueButton supports real-time sharing of slides (including whiteboard), audio, video, chat, and desktops. It also record lectures for later playback, specifically the slides + audio + chat (see release notes).
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