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After reading this article, consider how VoiceThread might be useful in your classroom to support literacy as well as additional ways VoiceThread can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners. As with all technologies, pedagogy must come first, and the tool second to learning. It is through careful planning on the teacher’s behalf to effectively integrate this online tool to challenge and guide students on a path to higher order thinking.

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