Check out this tutorial on how to use Voice Typing.
- The Voice Typing tool is great for students who have difficulty typing or have motor skill deficiencies
- Make sure that students have headphone microphones if you plan to use in class (device microphones alone will pick up everyone's chatter).
- Don't get caught up with the formatting features - Voice Typing works best to get ideas on "paper" so that you can go back and edit later.
- Try to speak slower than normal in order to get the best voice recognition - and talking a bit like a robot helps too!