This is a great new site that is extremely easy to navigate and is very user-friendly. The teacher can easily record his/her voice for students to hear, then the student simply clicks and records his/her own response to the question. The student can then listen to what he/she said and easily delete and redo. The teacher can add in text, YouTube Videos, and images as well. The great thing about this site is that it is completely online and does not require downloading any software onto your computer or the student’s computer. The students submit their spoken (or typed) response to the site and the teacher accesses the student work through his/her Lingt account. Student do not have to sign up for an account, just the teacher (and it is FREE). Students simply title their work with their name and the teacher accesses it that way.
I recently met the two MIT students who created this site and they are eager to get teachers using it so that they can make it as user-friendly and efficient as possible. They are also committed to keeping this fundamental part of the site FREE. You have to visit and try it out for yourself. Wow!
Here is a rubric that I use to assess student performance using Lingt.
Try it out HERE.