Sunday, June 24, 2012

MeCorder Mini Video Recorder and GIVEAWAY!

I have a fantastic GIVEAWAY today and I think you will be excited!  Learning Resources has allowed The Moffatt Girls to review one of their new 2012 products, the MeCorder, Mini Video Recorder!  Audrey goes absolutely nuts when she gets to use some sort of recording device:)  I think she loves hearing and seeing herself, but what kid doesn't?
There are so many ways that the MeRecorder can be used to monitor and assess students progress!  The MeCorder allows teachers/parents to keep a digital file of a students recordings for assessment or any other purpose.  

Examples of ways to use the MeCorder in the classroom or home environment:
*Speaking and Listening practice
*Self Assessment
*Grammar, speech, articulation practice
*Messages back and forth from parent to teacher
*Recording your poem of the week (this is our use)
*Messages/reminders from Mom and Dad

Here are some of the features on the MeCorder:
* Compact (2.25 x 2.25) video recorder to aid in educational learning activities
* 30-second recording, playback, USB and magnetic back
*Allows students to record and view themselves simultaneous
*LCD screen
*built in mic

One drawback to the MeRecorder is that you can only have one 30-second video recorded at a time.  However, once the video is recorded, you can upload it and record another video.

Buy it: Can't wait to win it?  You can purchase the MeRecorder at Learning Resources {HERE}.  The MeRecorder retails for $59.99.

Win it! Learning Resources has graciously offered one of The Moffatt Girls readers a chance to win their own MeCorder!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

52 comments:

S. Simpson said...

WOW what a cool recorder. You have my brain swimming about the different things I could do with it in my class. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.
✰ Stacy

Simpson Superstars

Callie said...

Such an awesome tool for little ones!

Cindy said...

This looks like fun!! :o)

Cindy
ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

Ms. Yoshida said...

This would be a great tool for my students :)

msyoshida@yahoo.com

Kelly B aka Queen Bee! said...

Oh this would be perfect for my Kindergarten students to record things they have learned and send to their parents so they could see-that would be so cool!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

I would love to use this for practicing fluency and reader's theater!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Melinda said...

I would use it with my students for assessments and lots of other things too.

melindacasas@gmail.com

Unknown said...

i think this would be so helpful to use with a student i work with who has selective mutism

catherine0807 at hotmail dot com

Pam said...

Looks like fun!

Pam
pds966@aol.com

Suzzanne said...

I think it would be great to record their oral reading so they can hear their fluency!

mcoop1125 said...

This would quickly become a classroom favorite! Thanks for the chance to win!
Michelle
mcoop1125@gmail.com

TheJobBoys said...

Thanks for the chance to wim. My boys will find different way of using this as a learning tool.
Vanessa

debijackson said...

i would use it for practicing fluency and story telling
debbie jackson,
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

Ashley Allen said...

This looks like a great tool! My daughter would love it!

Mary A. said...

My daughter would go nuts about this! She is addicted to watching herself and taking pictures on my digital camera. Maybe if we had this, I could have my camera back! :)

Molly said...

Very cool!!!

Julie said...

Wow! My kiddos at school would love to use this and I would love to win it. Fingers crossed!
wiersjul@gmail.com

SuperLuper said...

I can't wait to use this in my class! Great practice for fluency and for sharing a child's reading progress with parents.

Tanya M said...

This would be a great homeschooling tool. There is just so much to do with it.
Thank you for the giveaway!

Brianne said...

I would love to use this recorder to increase my students reading fluency and as a communication tool with my special ed students!!
bl3982@yahoo.com

Rhone Family said...

Very cool recorder, I am sure my toddler would love to play with it!

kimborhone at gmail dot com

Rhone Family said...

Very cool recorder, I am sure my toddler would love to play with it!

kimborhone at gmail dot com

Caterina said...

This would be wonderful to help improve fluency.
Thanks so much,
Caterina

Elizabeth said...

I have so many ideas on how to use this in my classroom!

Ziggyfriends said...

I could think of so many uses for this. Kids could record themselves to help improve fluency. It could be useful for repeating directions for centers. Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

Donna
darryl40w@att.net

Megan Horman said...

This looks like a lot of fun. Thanks for doing the giveaway.
Megan
mhorman@north-cedar.k12.ia.us

Katie said...

I would love this for my kindergarteners!

Ms. Abraham said...

What an awesome new product. I teach kindergarten and it would be fun for the kids to hear themselves read ...or share their reading with their classmates. But...my first use would be to help my three year old granddaughter continue to improve her articulation. She was slow starting to talk and alhtough she has great language skills and understanding, her articulation is still being worked on with a therapist. She's come a long way and this would be a fun addition to her therapy.

Marsha M. Moffit McGuire said...

I would love to use this in my word work center in my kindergarten class. I could give them activity instructions or make a game without being there.
Marsha
A Differentiated Kindergarten

Lyn Goff said...

i'd give it to my niece to use as she works on her speech.

Mrs. Bachar's Kindergarten Class said...

I would use it in independent work stations for retelling. I could also see using this in read to partner and assess the conversations going on.

JessBenoit said...

Wow this recorder looks super cool! There are so many possibilities w/ this that its crazy. I know my kiddies would love it.

Elipod said...

I would use it to improve children's fluency. My first graders would love this!

Elizabeth
Epodolski@arcsgalloway.org

Karyn said...

I would use this to record my students reading at various points in the year to track progress and then I would make a DVD of each reading for their end of year portfolio. :O)

Karyn
A is for Apple B is for Blog
Kideducator@comcast.net

Amanda Madden said...

Just found your blog! Love it and what a great giveaway!

Amanda
Teaching Maddeness

The Apples said...

I would love to use this to record school memories throughout the year and then show them to relatives!

Christine
capolenis22@yahoo.com

Sara Soucy said...

I would use it to practice fluency in my guided reading groups!

Sara :)
Livs14@gmail.com
Smiling In Second Grade

canfield8math said...

This recorder looks awesome! I can think of so many ways to use it in my classroom!

Melissa
mcanfield20@gmail.com

Mindy Ross said...

Wow, this looks great! Ff the top of my head I'm thinking assessment - book review maybe?!?

Mindy Ross said...

Wow, this looks great! Ff the top of my head I'm thinking assessment - book review maybe?!?

Katie said...

I would love to use it for audio books or for self assessment, and so much more!

The Blommesteins said...

I'd love to use it for writing. Recording the stories the kids would like to 'write' but can't.

The Blommesteins said...

I'd love to use it for writing. Recording the stories the kids would like to 'write' but can't.

Carol said...

I would use it for speech therapy ~ what a great giveaway!

Kshee23 said...

I would love to use it for assessment!

Kate

The Zookeeper said...

Totally need this to use with my kiddos!! kevinkaylaarrowood123 at yahoo dot com

Heather said...

Love it! Would love to have it!
Heather B.
Krazy about Kindy

kara said...

What a great way for children to read a story and share it with a friend. Great for Writers Workshop stories and poems as well. Would love one (or 24!) of these little guys!

Filler Family Finds said...

I would use it with fluency checks so students could hear themselves read
sara.iteachk@gmail.com

Jenlaughs said...

My daughter would love this! We have been using my phone to do something similar, but something of her own would be awesome.

Jenlaughs said...

My daughter would love this! We have been using my phone to do something similar, but something of her own would be awesome.

Jennifer said...

I would use it to practice reading fluency!

Jennifer
The First Grade Dream

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