Below please enter your information in the table and farther down please embed your 4th Grade Voicethread for your class that your students created, or feel free to e-mail Mark Carls to help you out at Mark_Carls@caboces.org

Who's in here?
Your Name
School's Name
City and State
Lucy Henard
Parish Episcopal School
Dallas, Texas
Jodi Tompkins
Eldon Upper Elementary
Eldon, Missouri
Mrs. Jacobsen
MNW Elementary
Barnum, Iowa
Mr. Wilson
Stewart Elementary
Stevensville, Michigan









Quick Tip - To get the embed code:
1. Sign into your Voicethread account
2. Click on the gear in the bottom right corner of your Voicethread and select "Edit"
3. At the bottom click on "Embed and then click in the big white box under "Embed Code" and you should copy it immediately.
4. On this page, click "Edit", then in in the "Editor" box on top, click on the tv screen that says "Widget"
5. Go down to "Other HTML" in the bottom left column, and paste into the white box in the middle and Save.
6. It will appear as a grey box, you could write something above it if you want, like school name, then click "Save" on the right side of the "Editor" box and it should be good to go.



Elementary Voicethreads of our School:
Click play and watch as 4th graders from southwest Michigan describe some of their favorite things about their school! Pictures were also taken by student photographers. Find these learners over on our class blog as well, www.stewart4.weebly.com.


This voicethread was created as a way to help the students understand the different forms of poetry. Each student wrote an original poem of their choice. Our plans are for the students to then comment on each poem making sure they reference back to the terms they learned during this unit. For example: A student may leave a comment that would praise another on their use of alliteration or imagery in their poem.


This voice thread was created to help students think about the 5 C's of our classroom guidelines. They are: Character Counts, Collaborate, Cooperate, Contribute, and Celebrate. Each child will comment on one of the five C's, and why they feel it is important.