All great speakers were bad speakers at first

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ed.VoiceThread is a platform where students develop critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity skills.

VoiceThread offers a natural online interaction that lends itself to students presenting & defending their work before experts and peers.

— EDUCAUSE LEARNING INITIATIVE
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CLASSROOM

If you're an individual teacher and want to get started with VoiceThread for just your class, a Single Educator License is the way go.

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SCHOOL

Give all your students an accountable and transparent learning environment. Easily integrate with Google Apps.

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DISTRICT

A District License provides simple multi-school management, application of custom security policies, and integration.

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ED.VOICETHREAD FACTS

A walled garden, with beautiful views. Ed.VoiceThread is the perfect online environment for students to practice their communications skills online, yet in a controlled, accountable, and transparent setting.

Student data security.

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Ed.VoiceThread is a signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge.

iKeepSafe has certified Ed.VoiceThread's practices for the protection and privacy of student information.

Accountability and transparency. Students working within Ed.VoiceThread are protected by student-centered policies that ensure a safe and supportive environment:

  • Students cannot private message other students.
  • All student work is transparent to administrators and faculty within the school or district.
  • Student accounts can only interact with users that educators and administrators approve.

Custom tailored policies. Administrators can set global and individualized policies for students, enabling them to either restrict or give more freedom and autonomy, as age and local school policy dictates.

Reporting and analytics. Track usage and trends for individual users or your entire institution.

Those in multi-sensory environments always do better than those in unisensory environments. They have more recall with better resolution that lasts longer, evident even 20 years later.

— John Medina, author Brain Rules

Michael Fort of the Baltimore County Public Schools discusses the importance of intuitive design and how VoiceThread encourages student-centered learning and engagement.


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