If you are "daring" enough to try Blabberize in the classroom, there are some uses that I can think of.
- demonstrate knowledge on any subject area
- listening and speaking practice in foreign language classes
- performance of songs
This site lists the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) of using Blabberize. This site shows a lesson plan in using Blabberize with poetry.
As I said in my previous post, I'm thinking about using it for a (short) lecture on a topic. A number of teachers have done just that; here is an example, where the teacher talks about moving the decimal point and what that does to a number.
I think that using Blabberize would help students meet the following standards:
National Core Arts Standards - Music - Technology Strand (replace "X" in the following with "I," "II," or "III," without the quotes. These refer to the level of proficiency.)
ISTE Standards - Students
- 1a & 1b
- 2a, 2b, 2c
- 6b & 6c