Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Learning Resources HearAll Assessment Recorder Giveaway

Here is the third Learning Resources item up for giveaway!! It's the HearALL Assessment Recorder. This product is very easy to use just like the other two products and great for documenting student reading. It can be used individually or with small groups during guided reading. It is also perfect for sharing with parents during conferences. The assessment possibilities are endless. 
To enter the giveaway for the HearAll Assessment Recorder:

1) Check out Learning Resources on Facebook, TwitterYouTube, or Learning Resources.
2) Leave a comment below saying one way you would use the HearAll Assessment Recorder in your classroom. 
3) Leave your email address with your comment. 
4) Follow Chalk Talk. 
5) Add Chalk Talk to your blog roll. 


Leave a separate comment for each requirement. 

The giveaway ends Friday night, April 27th at midnight. Good luck!!



116 comments:

Runmissnelsonsgotthecamera said...

How many comments do we leave? I follow your blog and follow LR everywhere.
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Mrs. Larremore said...

Oops! You can leave a separate comment for each requirement. :)

Karyn said...

I follow your blog!

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Karyn said...

I would use the Hearall in SO many ways...to help with fluency, when taking running records or AIMSWEB/Dibels assessments or to record oral directions for students to follow...the possibilities are endless! :o)

Karyn said...

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Heather said...

I like "Learning Resources" on Facebook.

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Heather said...

I would use the HearAll Assessment Recorder with my ESL students (pronunciation, speaking practice, reading, sight words).

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Heather said...

I follow Chalk Talk.

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Linda said...

I like learning resources on Facebook.

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Linda said...

I follow your blog!

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Linda said...

I would use this fior my intervention students to help with their phonics skills.

Linda
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Erica said...

I follow Chalk Talk!
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Anonymous said...

We have to do AIMSWEB testing three times a year. We don't have any aides to help so individual testing done well while trying to keep 21 other 1st graders quiet is totally challenging! The assessment recorder would be such a blessing and provide some much needed help. Being able to check your scoring over again would be GREAT! I checked out LR and will continue to follow your blog.
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Erica said...

I would use the Hear All so students could hear themselves reading, then we could set goals together to become a better reader.

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Erica said...

Chalk Talk is on my blog roll.

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Erica said...

I checked out Learning Resources on Facebook!

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Caroline Brantley said...

I follow LR on facebook.
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Caroline Brantley said...

I added Chalk talk to my blog roll.
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Caroline Brantley said...

I would love to use the Hear All to build fluency. It would also be great during Author's Chair.
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Caroline Brantley said...

I follow Chalk talk.
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Runmissnelsonsgotthecamera said...

I follow LR on fb.
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Kshee23 said...

I checked out Learning Resources on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube!

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Runmissnelsonsgotthecamera said...

I would love a HearAll for helping bring up my fluency scores.
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Kshee23 said...

I would use the HearAll for formative assessments!

Kate
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Kshee23 said...

I follow Chalk Talk!

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Kshee23 said...

I added Chalk Talk to my blog roll!

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Laura Boriack said...

I follow your blog :)
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Ms. Gonzalez said...

checked it out at LR website

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Mrs. Lofgren said...

I follow Learning Resources on Facebook! :)

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Ms. Gonzalez said...

I'd use it to record students during running records and share with parents at conferences. I'd also use it at centers to listen to how studnets interact/solve problems when I'm not there.

gabby
mgonza20@sbcglobal.net

Mrs. Lofgren said...

I would love to use the HearAll recorder for my monthly Letter Sound fluency checks and sight word recognition. It would be great to send these clips to parents monthly! :)

lofgrenj@vail.k12.az.us

Ms. Gonzalez said...

I love/follow your blog!

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applesandabcs said...

I follow you!

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Apples and ABC's

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LSpiering said...

I follow your blog and am rapidly building my library because of it!

LSpiering said...

I would use a HearAll with my students that I pull for literacy intervention - recording individuals and small groups throughout the year to monitor progress and make their learning fun.

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LSpiering said...

I like Learning Resources on FB!

Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I follow your blogroll.

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Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I follow your blog. (the previous comment I meant you are on my blogroll)

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Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I would use HearAll Assessment Recorder in my classroom when I do running records on my students.

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Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I would love to win!

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Miss Nguyen's Class said...

I checked LR on their website.

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Megan Bates said...

What an amazing tool! I'd use it for assessments and for fluency practice with kiddos!
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Megan Bates said...

I follow your blog - and LOVE it!

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Megan Bates said...

Learning Resources has so many cool tools! I checked out their website.

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Allison said...

Hi! In our district, we must administer an ELA profile/assessment four times per year. I would love to be able to record my kiddos! I would also use it during guided reading groups!


Allison
Climbing the Monkey Bars

Allison said...

Here is my second comment - Fabulous contest!

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Climbing the Monkey Bars

Allison said...

Third comment - I follow Chalk Talk


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Climbing the Monkey Bars

Allison said...

Fourth and final comment: You are on my blog roll. Please stop by and visit!

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Tara said...

Learning Resources has so many useful tools on their site!

Tara

Tara said...

The HearAll recorder would be useful in so many ways! Recording oral directions for centers, having students record and play back their reading for fluency building - the possibilities are endless!

Tara

Tara said...

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I love and follow your blog!

Tara

Liz said...

I checked out LR's website- they have so many awesome products!

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Liz said...

I would use the HearAll Assessment Recorder during guided reading and writing workshop conferences.

Liz
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Liz said...

I follow your blog! :)

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Mom of two said...

I would love to use this during individual conferences and assessments. This would be a great way to record and allow students to listen to themselves as they read.

I hope I win.
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Mom of two said...

I follow you blog. I love it.


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Mom of two said...

I checked out learning resources on their websites. I am a big fan of many of their products.

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teacher244 said...

I would use this for my autistic kids who have fluency and comprehension deficits!

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teacher244 said...

I follow your blog!


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Mary said...

I checked out Learning Resources on Facebook!

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Adventures in Kindergarten

Mary said...

I would love to use the HearAll assessment recorder in my classroom to monitor students' fluency, and also their math skills!

Mary
Adventures in Kindergarten

Mary said...

My email address is: adventures.in.k.blog@gmail.com

Mary
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Mary said...

I follow Chalk Talk and LOVE your blog!

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Comptonhouse said...

I follow Learning Resources on FB! What a great giveaway! comptonhouse@bellsouth.net

Comptonhouse said...

I follow you via e-mail! What a great giveaway! comptonhouse@bellsouth.net

Comptonhouse said...

I would love to have the Hear All Assessment Recorder for my kindergarten class. They love to tape themselves and listen. I would love to use it to listen to their self selected reading and to them working with buddies and helping each other sound out words.
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Madalyn said...

Hi!

I have followed chalk talk for the last six month and have loved reading your blog.

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Madalyn said...

I checked out Learning Resources on Youtube and on their website.

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Madalyn said...

I would find many ways to use the HearAll Assessment Recorder in my kindergarten classroom. The first way I would use it would be independent formal assessments. ERI, AIMSWEB, or Running Records would be an excellent way for me to not only record what my students understand during the assessment, but also would provide a way for me to look back and reflect on how my students are doing with comprehension, accuracy, fluency, and vocabulary development.

This is a wonderful giveaway!

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Reading Toward the Stars said...

I follow your blog!

Reading Toward the Stars said...

Your blog is on my blog roll!

Reading Toward the Stars said...

I love looking at the Learning Resources products!

Reading Toward the Stars said...

I would use the HearAll Assessment Recorder in the Reading Center Room as I worked through assessments throughout the year. This would give my the clarity I need. I would also use it with students who needed fluency work. This would help them to hear how they are reading and where they need to improve.

Reading Toward the Stars said...

Whoops! I forgot to leave my email address! acrawfords2.ac@gmail.com
Thanks for the wonderful ideas on your blog!

Unknown said...

i like Learning Resources on Facebook

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Unknown said...

i subscribe to LR on YouTube

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Unknown said...

i follow Chalk Talk.

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Unknown said...

this would great to use for fluency

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Anonymous said...

I follow your blog! LOVE IT!!
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Leslie said...

Checked out the FB page for the assessment recorder

Leslie said...

Follow your blog :0)

Leslie said...

Chalk talk is added to my blog roll :0)

Leslie said...

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Leslie said...

I teach preK and with 17 kids the recorder be an AWESOME asset. We are required to have observations daily on the children and at times this is very hard with the number of kids and the activity level.

Janette said...

I liked learning resources on facebook
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Janette said...

I would use HearAll in my guided reading groups
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Janette said...

I love your blog!
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Janette said...

I'm following your amazing blog!
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Redkinderteach said...

I follow Learning Resources on Facebook!
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Redkinderteach said...

I would use the HearAll Recorder to let students listen to their own reading and assess fluency and critique their own reading.

Redkinderteach said...

I follow Chalk Talk! Thanks for taking the time to share all your ideas and knowledge!
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Jennifer N said...

I would use this for assessing and to show parents and children their actual reading. This would make it easier to show parents, and children, what they need to work on for progress.

Jennifer
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Jennifer N said...

I follow Chalk Talk!

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Mrs. Dillon said...

I would use the HearAll to record my students' reading during small groups and while conferencing. I would share the recordings with parents at conferences, with classroom teachers (I'm a reading teacher) and also play it back to students so they can monitor their own progress.

Mrs. Dillon said...

I follow Chalk Talk!

Mrs. Dillon said...

I liked Learning Resources on FB.

Mrs. Dillon said...

I follow your blog.

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Danielle said...

I follow Chalk Talk!!

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Danielle said...

I would use this in my school group guided reading groups as a way to boost fluency. I would have students read and have them listen to what fluent reading sounds like!

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Danielle said...

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CW said...

I "Like" Learning Resources on Facebook.

CW said...

I would use the HearAll Assessment Recorder for completing PreK assessments and documentation.

CW said...

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CW said...

I follow Chalk Talk

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I added Chalk Talk to my Google Reader Blog roll.

yvonnee said...

I follow learning resources on facebook. Thanks for the opportunity.

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yvonnee said...

I follow your blog.
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yvonnee said...

I would use it for some of my assessments and to double check my running records. Thanks so much,

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Christin Banda said...

follow lr via fb and twitter.
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Paige said...

I like Learning Resources on FB! BPaigeMiller(at)hotmail(dot)com

Paige said...

I would use the HearAll Assessment REcorder in my classroom with my kids in reading groups to assess fluency as well as a tool for them to hear their own voices. BPaigeMiller(at)hotmail(dot)com

Paige said...

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Paige said...

I already follow Chalk Talk! BPaigeMiller(at)hotmail(dot)com

Paige said...

I added Chalk Talk to my blog roll.