Ten things students can do with the ThinkWrite Headset

Ten things students can do with the ThinkWrite Headset on an iPad and/or a Chromebook in their classrooms.

Straight Headphone1. Record themselves reading so teachers can monitor fluency.
2. Record themselves reading their own writing.
3. Record voice overs for multimedia projects. (iMovie)
4. Get speech feedback from language applications. (Duolingo)
5. Participate in a Skype or FaceTime connection with a student in another state or country.
6. Leave voice feedback on other students work and projects. (Voice Thread)
7. Compose a first draft of a writing assignment using voice to text. (Siri, Dragon or Google Voice Typing)
8. Teach a math concept to other students with Explain Everything.
9. Create an original song in GarageBand with voice effects recorded with headset.
10. Use Siri for voice commands. 

More information about using ThinkWrite headsets in schools and pricing at http://www.ithinkwrite.com/products.