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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

HearALL Assessment Recorder Review and Giveaway

I have seen these HearALL Assessment Recorders from Learning Resources all over the blogging world and every time I see a giveaway for one, I enter it, hoping and praying that I will win one. Well, I haven't won one yet, but, I was very excited to receive an email from the company, asking me if I would be interested in reviewing one and offering a giveaway for some lucky person to win one. Would I be interested? Are you kidding? Now I have one of my very own and I am honored and excited to review this amazing tool and give someone the opportunity to get their very own for free.


Here is what the HearAll Assessment Recorder looks like:
And here are some great things this incredible tool does:

  • It allows you to be in two places at once. Really! When you are teaching in small groups, it provides an extra set of ears so that you can monitor other groups, while you are tending to your own.
  • You can actually hear who is involved and participating in the groups and who is having difficulty.
  • You can even save several recordings over time and upload them to your blog, classroom homepage, or, you can give them to specialists for them to use in their assessments.
  • It requires no batteries (it's rechargeable), is lightweight, and is sleek and attractive.
Children absolutely LOVE technology and they will adore recording themselves doing their best work. I tried it out last week and I was amazed at how clear the children's voices were recorded, even though there was lots of background noise. Everyone in the group was heard perfectly. I am looking forward to using this in my writing classroom. The children can record themselves reading their published pieces. In addition, when I am conferencing with students, I can have other students recording their conferences for me to listen to later. I can even play back successful peer conferences for the entire class to hear, so that all my students will learn how to conduct them in order to get the most out of them. I am so excited to use the HearALL Assessment Recorder in my classroom!

I am happy to give someone else a chance to get their hands on this remarkable assessment tool. There are several ways to enter, so you can pick and choose the ones that appeal to you. However, the more you choose, the better your chances are of winning one. Please be sure you enter honestly, as this giveaway will be closely monitored. Don't forget to leave your email address in the comment section so I can contact the winner. Good luck, everyone!

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216 comments:

  1. I'd love to use it just to record students reading. I think they'd really enjoy hearing themselves and it'd help improve fluency :)

    Katie
    Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans

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  2. I would love to win this! I keep checking it out and have heard so much great things about it. I really want one.

    ~Jenna
    Diving Into Learning

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  3. I was actually just thinking about purchasing a handheld recorder for reading fluency checks and to let students hear themselves! this would be a wonderful tool!

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  4. I love this tool. It would make it easier to follow all conversations in the classroom.

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  5. I would use this with my ESL students for pronunciation, fluency practice, and just for them to practice speaking and listening. I would also use it with my other students to record during independent reading time to assist in my monitoring.

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  6. I would love to be able to use this in my classroom. It would be perfect for some of my students!

    zequilter@msn.com

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  7. I plan on using the HearALL Assessment Recorder to help my kids with their oral reading fluency. It will be nice for them to be able to hear what they sound like while reading.

    Elizabeth L.
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  8. I would have my students read to it. It would also be good as a book listening center.

    Amber

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  9. Love all your ideas to use this. I would really like to use it for reading their stories, checking some of the literacy stations where they are working with words. I would like to hear them read the words they are working on. Sometimes if there is time I will have them bring their station where they have practiced different words and they will read it to me. This would be a much better way to see if the practice is helping them.

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  10. I love the idea of kids recording their created books. Motivation to do a great job!

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  11. I think I would use it all the ways that you posted above, Lori. Plus, I think I would use one to leave station directions for a week or so after it's introduced for questions students may have.
    Patti
    pattib203@yahoo.com
    http://primarypizzazz.blogspot.com

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  12. I would love to use it to get back to the fluency center I did a couple of years ago with my kareokee machine. :)

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  13. I love this giveaway! I have been wanting one of these since I saw the first review!!

    Misty
    Think, Wonder, & Teach

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  14. Thank you for hosting this awesome giveaway. I would use this to record the students as they read in the Read to Someone station. This will allow me to listen and assess the students later! Thanks again!

    delightedinsecond@gmail.com
    Delighted in Second
    Hope you will join my $20 TPT gift certificate giveaway!

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  15. I would have my students read books into it so that they can listen to themselves read. I would share it with other students to use as a read along with the books.

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  16. I would love this so my students could practice fluency!

    sunburst541@gmail.com

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  17. I have been wanting one of these for a long time! I would love to have it for use with small groups. It is on my wish list!

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  18. I would use the HearALL in my fluency workstation!!

    Aimee
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  19. I've been seeing this everywhere! It'd be nice to win one! :)

    Sarah
    Miss A's Kindergarten

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  20. This would be such a great tool to help students progress in their fluency skills because hey could actually listen to themselves reading out loud -- love it!

    ❤ -Stephanie
    Falling Into First

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  21. I've never heard this product and look forward to reading more about it. What a great invention!!

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  22. I'd like to use one of these recorders to practice fluency and record students reading their Writer's Workshop stories, too!
    ~Jen
    Hello Mrs Sykes

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  23. I am going to implement guided math this year in my 4th grade class. Although I have been doing this in literacy for 3 years, math is a whole new animal. So, this would be great for a group each session to keep with them so I can hear their problem-solving strategies and collaboration!!!

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  24. Have been looking into purchasing one anyway...maybe I'll WIN this one!
    :-) THANKS for a GREAT giveaway!
    Michelle
    nomonkeybusinessmichelle.blogspot.com

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  25. I am like you! I have tried to win one of these all summer! I think it would be a great tool to use in my kindergarten class! Love your TpT stuff! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  26. I would definitely use this to have students rate their fluency. I think they will also get a kick out of hearing how they sound!

    Faithful in First

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  27. I am so excited that you finally are receiving one! I would LOVE LOVE LOVE one of my own. My students would use this to listen to me read a passage (help them build fluency), record book club discussions, practice and listen to their own repeated reading or reader's theater. Oh, I hope I too will one day receive one!
    Amy
    Where Seconds Count 2nd grade blog

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  28. I am going to use it to monitor my reading/math groups as I work with a small group. This will soooo help my teaching!

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  30. I would love to use this to monitor math groups.
    Sue

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  31. Would love to use these to practice fluency with the students.

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  33. This would come in very handy this year with our new reading program with small groups and independent centers!

    cestevens83@hotmail.com

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  34. I'd love to use this for fluency practice!! And monitoring independent groups as I am planning on doing a lot of small group teaching this next year!

    pankhurs.jacq@gmail.com

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  35. Very cool..I have the easi-speak and the Luna. I REALLY like the Easi-speak.

    ღDeAnne
    First Grade and Fabulous

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  36. I would love one of these recorders! I could definitely see using it with lit. circles to be two places at once. I also think it is an excellent way to showcase students doing it "the right way" and to be an example for everyone. Thanks for the chance and I hope you get one, soon!
    Susan

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  37. Would use it to record the Common Core Tasks I am required to do. They want me to keep notes on what their saying and doing while completing the tasks but I just can't keep up with writing sometimes. Smirke1@aol.com

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  38. I would love to have this for fluency practice and retelling stories for a comprehension check!

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  39. I would like to use this to have the children retell stories, read their sight words, count to 100, say color words, repeat directions...Wow, lots of things!!! Thank you for the giveaway!!
    Andrea Parsons
    aaparsons@hotmail.com

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  40. What a blessing this would be for any teacher, especially now adays when we have so much data to collect and the students need to be monitored informally often. If I won this HearAll Assessment device, I would use it everyday to monitor book talks, literature circles, reading rates, math talks, and even allow students to create read alouds that model reading strategies they use to monitor reading comprehension, then share it with fellow book buddies or the class. Thanks for this great opportunity. Mrsd33@comcast.net

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  41. I would LOVE to use this in my classroom for when we do sight word assessments! or to tape and replay fluent reading!

    My email address is teripodlesney@yahoo.com.

    Thanks!

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  42. I would use this awesome tool to record my students reading books in order to create recorded CDs for the lower grade levels. This would teach two lessons: Reading with expression and helping others.

    Meagan
    oodlesofteachingfun
    england.meagan.@gmail.com

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  43. I would use it for fluency and assessment.
    maria.youngblut@cardinalcomet.com

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  44. I would use it in my classroom for fluency and small group readings.

    Heather
    heather.byers@saintpaulschool.net

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  45. I would use this with my ESL students to have them reread stories to themselves after reading the story with me.
    Pamela
    First Class Teacher
    pfulk@cox.net

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  46. Thank you for this opportunity. I would love to have one to record students reading.

    yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

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  47. I use one of these to "monitor" the literature circle groups when I am working with small groups during Readers Workshop. I really need another one! Come on... RaffleCopter!

    Kim
    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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  48. This recording device will be great for a center! I want to hear my students reading a lot more outside of guided reading time and this will enable me to do so. This would be really great to share with parents as well.

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  49. I would use it for everything!

    Conchy

    Conchy.Marcano@gmail.com

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  50. I would love to use it to record students reading.

    sn.nguyen19@gmail.com

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  51. I would love to have one of these! I would use it to monitor fluency and assessments.
    Tina
    khaddington@cox.net

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  52. I would love to have one of these in my classroom.
    Angela
    peters_ac@hotmail.com

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  53. This would be a great tool to encourage on task behavior!
    Kathryn
    kjanebarnum@yahoo.com

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  54. I think it would be great to use at a center that I can not be around or maybe during Daily 5 read to someone! It would be great to hear the conversation that students are having! Also, when I am doing assessment to be able to go back and listen to a student!

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway! I am your newest follower! Come by my blog sometime! I am having a giveaway of my own right now! Only 1 day left to enter!

    teaching.joys@cox.net

    Teaching Joys

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  55. Great for you! If I won one, I would use it to monitor fluency and for assessing. My fingers are crossed!
    :D Angie
    angiemorrison@windstream.net

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  56. I would love, love, love to use the HearAll during Daily 5 for my Read to Someone groups and as assessment during my literacy circles with my students! :) It would be great to be able to hear everything they are discussing about the books.

    secondgradesugarandspice@gmail.com
    Sugar and Spice

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  58. I would use the Hearall Assessment Recorder as a part of my fluency/listening station!

    Mary
    mary.lirette@yahoo.com
    Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

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  59. I would use it for my Esl kids, and to monitor my students fluency!

    Tai
    Taied06@yahoo.com

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  60. I use creative curriculum and gold assessment in my pre-k class. This would come in handy with my centers and small groups.

    Kim

    wrightspurlock@yahoo.com

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  61. Oh my! I would use it to build reading fluency and to monitor my students' use of academic language during small group/ partner work (when I am with a different small group).

    Treasures for Teaching
    Treasuresforteaching@gmail.com

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  62. I can think of so many uses for the Hear All in the classroom. I would especially like to use it to help students improve fluency - often times fluency is a semi-abstract concept for students to follow and I believe when they hear themselves it really hits home.
    Thank you!
    Laura
    Mrs. Castro's Class
    mrscastrospanglishstyle@gmail.com

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  63. Great giveaway! I love the idea that you can monitor other students while still working with a small group!

    susieqsclass@gmail.com

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  64. I have heard so many good things about this item- of course I would use it in small fluency groups!
    Thanks for offering this!
    Mandy
    http://mandys-tips-4-teachers.blogspot.com/
    PS: Somehow I was not a follower? What!? Don't know HOW I missed that! I am totally following now!

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  65. I have sooo been wanting one of these! I would use it for my new Daily 5 time! :)
    Cheryl
    cener(at)sbcglobal(dot)net
    Crayons and Curls

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  66. I have been wanting to win one of these for a long time now!! I would use it to work on fluency with my students. :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  67. I forgot to leave my email: fsuteach81@yahoo.com
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  68. I would use the Hear All Assessment Recorder to help my students with oral fluency. It looks like an awesome product!

    Jeanne

    kidzkidzkidz8.2@gmail.com

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  69. I would use it in reading centers. Great tool.

    jaw_gjw@yahoo.com

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  70. This looks amazing. I would love to have one in my classroom. I'd use it during small groups to record their collaborative discussions. It would also be great for kids to record their reading and then listen to it.

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  71. I'd like to use this to record 'dress rehearsals' of readers' theater. It would be a great incentive to see what to improve before the real performance.

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  72. I would love to have this for students to record their thinking while I am away from them. This product is sooooo cool!

    Erica
    Sprinkles to Kindergarten
    erica_crowder0612@yahoo.com

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  73. This sounds amazing ☺
    Vicky
    Mandysmom99@aol.com

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  74. I would use it during my learning centers. If I were leading the math center, I would place it at the language arts center to make sure students were staying on-task and to listen for students having difficulty. If I were leading the language arts center, I would place it at the math center to do the same thing.

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  75. Ok, I am SO excited about this and have my fingers, toes, arms...EVERYTHING CROSSED! lol

    I'd love to have this to use during my reading groups for assessments and for "listening in" to my groups.

    FABULOUS giveaway idea!
    Marie
    The Hands-On Teacher in First!

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  77. What a great tool! It is a great giveaway! Thanks for offering it!

    Penny
    www.teachthemath.com

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  78. I would love one of these to use for fluency tracking. What better way to reinforce what I teach? Thanks for the opportunity!

    Lynn
    Inside this Book
    lkasserman (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  79. I would use on fore fluency practice and assessment! Fingers crossed!

    Melissa
    todayinfirstgradeblog@gmail.com

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  81. Love your Pinterest boards, wow...so much to look at...!
    I would use the HearAll to monitor small groups. I'd also use it to show kids how they are doing on fluency while reading.
    b822b@yahoo.com

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  82. I would love to use this to monitor groups or individual readers!
    scubaisfun1@hotmail.com

    Wendy

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  83. Crossing my fingers that I win!! I would have kids use it to practice fluency.

    Megan
    meganfavre@gmail.com

    I Teach. What's Your Super Power?

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  84. i would use this for fluency

    catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

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  85. I would use it to record student reading fluency.

    Jennifer
    jenniferlalsip(at)yahoo(dot)com
    The First Grade Dream

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  86. I am a brand new teacher working at a brand new charter school in the fall! I can think of so many ways to use the HearALL Assessment Recorder. It would allow me to run multiple literacy groups simultaneously, to have children record presentations to put online, and to just use as a technological tool in the classroom!

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful device :)

    Courtney
    courtneypetz@gmail.com

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  87. I am excited you are having such an "engaging" give away! I would love to have a couple of these to use during my Daily 5/Literacy Stations. I think this product speaks for itself...a must for ALL teachers! :)

    debra.white@boiseschools.org

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  88. I would use it for literature circles. I would be able to ask questions and hear responses. What a great tool!!
    saraglasgow@hotmail.com
    Sara

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  89. I don't always get to meet with all my students every day, so this would be great for having those left out record themselves reading. They could replay it for themselves and then I can listen to it later. Brilliant!

    anorsen@gmail.com

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  90. I would use this to improve my students' fluency!

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  91. I would love to use it to build fluency!

    Linda
    Lnetzeband.at.gmail.com

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  92. I would use it for math stations :)


    Live Laugh and Love to Learn
    livelaughandlovetolearn@gmail.com

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  93. I would use it for Running Records and Listening to Reading! fabulouslyfirst@aol.com

    Deb at Fabulously First
    My TpT Store

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  94. This device had the capability of being a very helpful teacher tool in the classroom. I love your ideas for using it during writing class and how others suggested using it for fluency!

    Cindy
    Cdelvalle81@gmail.com

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  95. I would use it for fluency practice. I'd also let students use during lit circles.

    lynnteach3@yahoo.com

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  96. Flunency, testing, speech documentation! YOU NAME IT!

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  97. I would love to use this to record my small groups- monitor myself and the kids! Also, during running record assessments.

    tattlingtotheteacher@gmail.com

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  98. I would use this in the "Read to Someone" station of the Daily 5. I plan telling students that the Recorder is "somewhere" in the room (changing the location frequently) to monitor whether they're on task or just chatting, so it will hopefully:) increase reading/book talk productivity during reading block.
    anolson@eldoradoschools.org

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  99. I will love having this in my class library. Thank you for sharing your work!!!!

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  101. I would love to use this during my guided reading groups when I have more than one group going at a time! :)

    polkadotsnpencils@yahoo.com

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  102. This would be great to create child read listening center books.

    schewkinder@gmail.com

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  103. Not only could I use this with my intervention groups for fluency practice, but this would make a great tool for my son to practice his speech therapy!
    teachermomof3@comcast.net

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  104. This would be great for students to read and listen to each other. I have Buddy Reading during the week and I think they would really like this!

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

    kindergartenteacher@rogers.com

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  105. I just blogged about your giveaway! Thanks again for hosting such a great giveaway!

    Delighted in Second
    Hope you will join my $20 TPT gift certificate giveaway!

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  106. I'm a new follower and found your giveaway! :O) Thanks for sharing!

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  107. OOps! Forgot to answer your question! I'd love to use the device to improve fluency by letting the kids hear themselves read!
    nenamorton@yahoo.com

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  108. Another great device! Fluency building came to my mind first, for me to assess, and for the kids to become aware of their own reading. I was also thinking of using it in the Listening to Reading station in my D5 literacy groups, as I'm very limited on my resources for this station.
    cbibel@insightbb.com

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  109. I have been wanting one of these so badly! I have their Easi-Speak recorder, and have tons of projects planned for it- but they are mostly individual projects. I like this recorder for the possibility of having it at stations to record the group work. Being able to listen to their thinking later in the day, even though I was working with a group elsewhere would be so beneficial. I would be able to share their great thinking or take time to correct a misconception.
    ~Heather
    themeekmoose@gmail.com
    http://themeekmoose.blogspot.com

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  110. Hey Lori! Thanks for the great giveaway! I'd love to have one of these gizmos to use during reading intervention time! What a great resource!

    ~Jillian
    Just Tinkerin’ Around

    JustTinkerinAround(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  111. I would love to have it to check fluencu!
    Liz
    teachinginthevalley.gmail.com

    Check out my new blog Teaching in Valley

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  112. This would be great to use in a fluency center!

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  113. This would be so helpful.!
    rmleccese66@verizon.net

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  114. It would be great to check fluency, of course, but it would be nice to use when you put a new center or game out to monitor the behaviors also.

    kelly_dugan@sbcglobal.net

    Kelly @ I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  115. i'd use the recorder for tons of things in my classroom, especially assessments! that way i can go back and make sure i have an accurate record of students' assessments.
    allie
    allieelliott@yahoo.com
    The Gypsy Teacher

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  116. Jessica O'ConnellJuly 9, 2012 at 11:28 AM

    What an amazing teaching tool! I would love to use this in my class!

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  117. Jessica O'ConnellJuly 9, 2012 at 11:29 AM

    Forgot my e-mail on the last post: jd.oconnell@gmail.com

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  118. I would love to get my hands on one of these great tools! Thanks for putting on this giveaway!

    Erin
    ealohmeier@msn.com
    **I love your blog and all of your creative ideas, thanks for sharing!

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  119. I would love to use this for assessments!

    Erin
    ealohmeier@msn.com

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  120. How exciting! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity! I have been following your blog by email and love it!
    Heather @ simpleinsecond.blogspot.com

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  121. Oops! Forgot to mention that I would love this for fluency checks in a reading center. Although I like all the ideas you mentioned as well -
    Heather @ simpleinsecond.blogspot.com

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  122. wow! this would be amazing and would be not only adding a "helper" in the classroom, but it would add more ownership for my kinders!! I could imagine the partner reading going something like this, "The cat is white." "are u listening to me and checking my 1-1" It would be so fun to hear the interaction between my kiddos as well!! Hope I win!! :) Amy

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  123. I would use it for so many things including the student's reading fluency- they would love to hear themselves too! Thanks for this wonderful offer!
    grace2u {at} rogers {dot} com

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  124. This is brilliant! I love the idea of student's reading their writing into it! Thanks for sharing :)

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  125. I love all of the ideas that I already skimmed through above. I think I would also use it to help some of my struggling writers plan their stories before writing. This way they could go back and remember what they need to write next!

    Cathy I.
    mrsirwinsclass@gmail.com
    Mrs. I's Class

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  126. This is a fabulous resource to have! If love to have one to use in my classroom!!

    Ashlee
    Www.funin2.blogspot.com
    Aldaniels15@yahoo.com

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  127. I would love to use this for students to record as a reader's response type thing.
    thesciencepenguin@yahoo.com

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  128. Thank you for the opportunity! I would definitely use this for fluency. I would also use it during parent conferences to show them how they can help their child with reading. I am a new follower and I have to say that I love what I see!
    Jodi Ruiz
    jodiruiz@gmail.com

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  129. Awesome giveaway. Would love to win!

    Samantha Tharpe
    samantha.tharpe@brantley.k12.ga.us

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  130. Wow thanks to the awsome giveaway I would use this in a fluency station for sure

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  131. I love looking through the comments and seeing the other ideas that teachers have come up with. Fluency Centers, science discovery, reading to self.....What a great giveaway!
    -Dana
    delting01@yahoo.com

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  132. What an awesome tool! I would love to use this in my fluency literacy station!!

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  133. Students would love to be recorded and hear themselves read. I think they'd love to try to improve their fluency and record again:-)
    Michelle
    mcoop1125@gmail.com

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  134. This would be wonderful to assess my students progress in reading!!!

    Brenda
    Nonnieg317@aol.com

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  135. I teach special education kindergarten and this would be great for small group time, and just to get the students talking.
    Carolyn
    dopey0222@gmail.com

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  136. I teach special education first grade & I think this would be very motivating for my students as well as beneficial for me.

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  137. I forgot to leave my e-mail address: dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  138. I can see my students excited to use this to monitor their progress with their newly-found reading skills. I like the simplicity of the machine. Thanks for making this available!!
    Pam
    ppoland@hacschool.org

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  139. I have been seeing this everyone and would love to win one to use during progress monitoring, fluency checks and running records! Thanks for this wonderful opportunity!

    ~Tanya
    Mrs. Dwyer’s A+ Firsties

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  140. Like you, I have seen these all over the blogosphere.I would love to use it with my middle school students with special needs. Often students have great ideas for their stories, but they get stuck when they go to write the down. I would have the students build their story by speaking with each other in groups and recording the outline of their story on here. Then they can go to the computers and work together to type up their story.

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  141. Thanks for having this give away Lori! Would LOVE to win one! It would be a great tool to access and progress monitor students reading.
    dschmelzer@usd266.com

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  142. OMG This is so exciting. We test literally the first 6 weeks of school non-stop.. Testing early reading skills.. Test to see if the Pre-K classes did their jobs preparing the students.. Its ridiculous the # of tests we give 5 year olds and ALL OF IT ONE ON ONE.. This would be fabulous to record and then later re-listen to in case I missed something one of the kids said or didnt say! Or even later in the year have the kids in one group record their retelling or how they work together in a group.

    redmist100@gmail.com

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  143. I'd love to use this to allow my kids to hear what they sound like when they read...would help fluency!
    Chris Gibson
    cgibson456@yahoo.com

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  144. What a fun tool. It would be a great resource in the classroom.

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  145. For group work for sure! This would come in handy to be in more than one place when students are working in small groups!

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  146. I would love to win this for my kinders! It would be great for recording them retelling stories. I'd also use it during our small group literacy time. How cool would it be to do a "Pass the Story" where each child passes the recorder after telling part of the story and the next child has to pick up where they left off? Then you could play the whole thing back!

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  148. This would be so great for running records!
    aemorrel@gmail.com

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  149. I would love to use this for fluency with my struggling readers. Play back at conference time with parents! :)

    Marissa
    WILD About First Grade!

    marissatompkins@comcast.net

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  150. I would love to use the HearALL Assessment Recorder to help my kids with their oral reading fluency. This is something that I DEFINITELY need in my second grade classroom!
    Sherry
    sherrymc62@bellsouth.net

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  151. I would use this for running records and for fluency. It would be so great for the children to hear themselves read.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  152. What a great resource this would be! A great way to get kids interested and excited about reading aloud!!

    Laurie
    leagan4@live.com

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  153. Wow this is awesome! I would use this for students to hear themselves read... what a great way to improve fluency! I could also use it to record the students during running records or assessments, sometimes you just don't catch every little word or error the first time!
    Ashley
    ashleyhorn87@gmail.com

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  154. This is fantastic! I would love to win. It would be so helpful during guided reading groups, especially with RTI, and new guidelines in my state of New York. Thanks!!!!

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  155. I would use the this to record the students as I DRA them. This way I can listen back to their retellings to be able to score them more accurately!

    kep58@sbcglobal.net

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  156. I would love to win this for my kindergarten class. So many ways to use it - build fluency, retelling, small groups...
    My Kindergarten Kids

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  157. I would use these to record students reading so that I could listen to their fluency later and do some data collecting!

    buggyinkindergarten@gmail.com

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  158. I have seen these all over too. This is the first time I've entered one of the give-aways so I hope I win. Would be great to use in a fluency workstation. Thanks!
    tch319@aol.com

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  159. Something funky is happening with the Rafflecopter. It wouldn't let me enter some things. I am hoping to use this at the poetry center to hear kids practice our weekly poems. It's a great way for those babies who are a little shy...to express themselves and practice fluency in a small group versus in front of the class. I also blogged about your giveaway.
    Vera
    aBLTadventure@gmail.com
    A BLT adventure

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  160. I would use this in my classroom to help build fluency!
    Casey
    caseylee_74@yahoo.com

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  161. I would love youse this in my classroom so my students can hear themselves read.

    Caitlin
    Learningahoy@gmail.com

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  162. I have one iPad to use in my classroom and the voice recording feature is far and away the most popular. I love that even my most reluctant readers will read privately into a recording device! This looks like another fun addition. Can't wait to see what else we can do with it!

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  163. I'd love using this for fluency practice in my class.
    Marsha
    mmmoffitm@yahoo.com
    A Differentiated Kindergarten

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  164. What a great tool! I will have to try many of the ideas bloggers have posted. Thanks all!

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  165. I would use it as centers for an extra pair of ears, and as read aloud listener, for me to listen to reading at a later time, when I am working with small groups.
    Ann
    The Caffeinated Classroom

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  166. I've never seen one of these. Wow! I would love one of these for center time. I'll be crossing my fingers. Thank you for the oortunity.

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  167. I have been eyeing the Hear All Assessment Recorder since I first spotted it on a recent blog. I know my kids would absolutely love using this in the classroom. There are unlimited uses and it looks so simple to use.

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  168. I would use them for group work. As a first year teacher, I need all the assistance that I can get.

    rburk@drury.edu

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  169. I would love to use this in my centers. that way when im with my small group i can still monitor my readers!

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  170. One way I would use this would be for students to record different ways to solve problems in a math class and then share the results.

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  171. What an amazing giveaway! I would love this to assess my kiddos during my guided reading groups- and it's so cool that this device can listen/ assists me in keeping track of my other students Accountability !!! My email is owlwaysfirstgrade@gmail.com

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  172. I would definitely use this for fluency, and to monitor groups while doing guided reading.
    ~Tina
    TML721@gmail.com

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  173. I would love to have the HearAll recorder so I could monitor my independent group while I am working with my small group.

    Joni
    KinderKids Fun
    jegalford3406@gmail.com

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  174. I would love a HearAll Assessment Recorder to use for running records and/or for monitoring small groups! :)
    Melissa M.
    melmil831@gmail.com
    Klassy in Kindergarten

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  175. I would also use the HearAll Assessment Recorder to use when giving my reading running records! :)

    Christina Marie
    prec0ci0us@bellsouth.net

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  176. I'd love to use it to let the kids record themselves reading passages for their fluency tests!

    Jackie

    Third Grade's A Charm

    thirdgradesacharm (at) ymail (dot) com

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  177. Thank you for offering this giveaway! As a reading intervention teacher, I would use this to help my students improve their fluency. This has been on my wish list for quite some time!
    Clair
    clairhr@comcast.net

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  178. Wow, great giveaway! I really like all your ideas on ways to use it. I think in the long run I'd use them all, but to start off with, I'd use the recorder for benchmark assessments and during center time so that students can record themselves reading or talking through a story they would like to write. As a first year teacher, this would be a great help!!! I am your 1000th follower :)

    Katie
    Jungle in Room 207
    kowen1289@gmail.com

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  179. What an exciting give away! I hope I win! :)

    j_mjohnson@hotmail.com

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  180. What a great product! Would love to use for fluency assessment!

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  181. I forgot to tell you how i was going to use this technology in my classroom. :) I am going to be teaching high school special education. I can use this to record fluency for a student so they don't have to be right with me for the read. That might help them with their nervousness.

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  182. Amelia.cook@warren.kyschools.us

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  183. I would use this for reading fluency in order to give my students a chance to listen to what they read and check for their own mistakes. This could help them with self correction. It could also work for reading assessments so that I could go back and check my students reading after completing DRA's/running recores

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  184. Much better than using a tape recorder and a tape for each student! I would love to have this, not only to show kids how they sound when they read, but also to record them at different points of the year to show their progress, even being able to show to parents. What a great tool!

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  185. What a wonderful device to use for fluency and literature circles. It could be used as an assessment or just day to day practice.

    mjalexa@aol.com

    Mary Jo

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  186. I would love to use this for Daily 5 centers, fluency, and assessment.

    deridderk@imschools.org

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  187. I love all your good ideas. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.
    Michelle

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  188. This would help me monitor independent work during daily 5, as well as keep track of DIBELS progress monitoring!

    Thank you for offering such a great item!

    Caralee
    confessionsofateachanista.blogspot.com
    cdeherrerasavoy@gmail.com

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  189. I would LOVE to use one of these in my grade 2/3 classroom. I would use it to monitor small group work, buddy reading, and fluency during CAFE and Daily 5. It looks like a super-duper handy device :)
    I am also hosting a giveaway on my blog for a Belkin splitter and products from tpt...

    rkkelly@tbaytel.net
    Teach~Play~Smile 200 Follower Giveaway!

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  190. Thanks for the opportunity for the giveaway, and for all the helpful tips. I will be incorporating Daily 5 this year and the device would be very handy.

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  191. I plan to use this to hear my kinder children reading to themselves, well really to me :) I think this will be great motivation for them.

    Elizabeth
    epolston at rowland dot k12 dot ca dot us
    Mrs. Polston's Kindergarten

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  192. This will be great for students to record their writing to play back later or for me to listen to. I would also love to use it during small groups to monitor.
    krystalsc10@yahoo.com

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  193. I'd use it for fluency checks and in centers.

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  194. I would love to win this product and use it during fluency practice.

    Kimberly
    The Learning Tree
    thelearningtreeblog@gmail.com

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