Elementary student Drew Danker shared an outstanding book review (4 and a half minutes long) about “Captain Underpants” and some of his other favorite books recently via Ustream.tv:

Kudos to both Drew and his tech-saavy mom, Dawn!

If you watch the video, please take a few minutes and leave an edifying comment for Drew! We need to encourage innovative Oklahoma students and parents like Drew and Dawn to keep publishing their thoughts on the global stage! 🙂

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4 Responses to Reviewing Captain Underpants and other favorite books on Ustream

  1. […] the educational benefits.  However, when I was cleaning out my Google Reader tonight, I noticed Reviewing Captain Underpants and other favorite books on Ustream on Wesley Fryer’s blog.  Sounds more promising […]

  2. Melissa says:

    This is awesome and very inspiring! How easy and how much more fun for the kids to talk about what they are reading. The new book reports…. Thanks so much for posting this. I have already compiled an email to my teachers to push this idea. Students have their own laptops, built-in iSight cameras, iMovie software, and classroom pbwiki pages to showcase the videos on! Can’t wait for Monday morning!

  3. Wesley Fryer says:

    Melissa: VoiceThread is a great platform for student book reports too! Check out the Great Book Stories project:

    http://greatbookstories.pbwiki.com/

  4. Wesley Fryer says:

    Drew has recorded a second book report on Ustream — check it out!

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