A flipped classroom is a…Continue
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Looking to change the world? Tempe teachers change the world with Wixie!
View their projects here:Continue
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Teachers in Tempe School District each interpreted the words of Admiral William McRaven's commencement speech to University of Texas grads. Teachers worked cooperatively in Wixie to illustrate their understanding of the main tenants of his message.…Continue
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Dr. Laura Spencer shared a great article today about Tech-Inspired Ideas for Student's Summer Reading. I enjoyed learning of different places to go for readers to share their joy of reading, or for the…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on May 23, 2014 at 11:23am — No Comments
In the Chrome browser, you will be prompted to allow access when using the Camera and/or Microphone in Wixie.
You will see two prompts:
1. Flash Settings in the Wixie window.
"What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to a human soul."
Our teachers are tasked with molding a child into a contributing citizen of…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on May 19, 2014 at 9:47am — No Comments
Looking for a great way to review whether your students TRULY understand idioms? Have them use Wixie/Pixie to explain them using voice, text, and images. Check out a sample page from a 4th grade student in the Alum Rock school district. Each kid can do their own idiom and then you can pull all of the student idiom pages together into one big classroom using the Wixie/Pixie, Import Pages feature.…Continue
Added by Carolyn Daly on May 12, 2014 at 2:54pm — No Comments
This is YOUR week, but today is your crowning moment. Today is the day that the students should bring you the shiny red apples, the thank you notes with hand drawn (or Wixie drawn) pictures, the smelly bottles of hand sanitizers from Bath and Body Works, maybe flowers, or maybe a gift card. Schools…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on May 6, 2014 at 6:49am — No Comments
Sometimes students will accidently work in the wrong account and work will need to be moved to the correct account.
The easiest way to resolve the issue is to export the Wixie file from the wrong account and then open it in the correct account. You will need to do this on a desktop computer, not in the iPad or Android app.
To do this:
1. Log on as the student with "extra" projects in a web browser.
2. Click the Projects button
3. Open the…Continue
Added by Randy Meyer on April 25, 2014 at 3:09pm — No Comments
I love having access to information at my fingertips via the Internet, tablets and my smartphone. Answers are right at my fingertips whenever I have a question or want to fact check information.
Although American History was a big part of my higher educationContinue
Added by Nita Seng on April 25, 2014 at 11:33am — No Comments
Apple recently updated QuickTime, removing some of the components we use to read media files in applications like Pixie 3, Pixie 4, Share and Share 4.
You may see a message indicating that QuickTime was not found on your computer. Even if you don’t see a message, you may find that you can no longer add MP3 sounds or some other media types.
To resolve this issue, you will need to download the QuickTime installer from Apple and reinstall QuickTime so it…Continue
Added by Randy Meyer on April 23, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Wheels start turning, and you're curious. What exactly is in the mini comic book kit? How can it help me get started …Continue
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Have you read Frindle by Andrew Clements? If not, I would highly recommend it. I enjoyed it as much as my Kinder and Second grader... Perhaps, more so. A big thanks to Mrs. Hammack, an awesome 3rd grade teacher in Santee, CA who introduced me to the book and the Wixie reactions (included) that her students…Continue
Added by Carolyn Daly on April 22, 2014 at 3:08pm — No Comments
We're comic freaks in this household, and comics can definitely make learning more fun. The first weekend of May we have a big comic book hero, Spider-Man, coming out in the movies and then Free Comic Book Day on the 3rd. (Check out celebrations at your local Comic Book Store!)
But hold on, I'm getting…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on April 22, 2014 at 9:36am — No Comments
Students in a 6th grade classroom at Lehi Elementary School in Mesa, AZ were tasked to demonstrate their knowledge and learning of one facet of Egyptian culture with a project of their design that incorporated technology. Check out how some of the students showcased their understanding of some the most influential Egyptian Gods using Wixie, their creativity, and…Continue
This past Easter Sunday, my family went out to dinner to Mimi's in Orlando. Next door is a fancy schmancy car dealership that sells Aston Martin's and other sporty cars that are sooooo not me. More…Continue
Selfies…we see them in social media, hear the term on the radio, and in conversations all around. As a matter of fact, just today I heard that there’s a new song about selfies playing on the radio now.
I’ve been thinking…Continue
Added by Ulana Korovec on April 16, 2014 at 9:56am — No Comments
Have you ever felt like Friday (or other day) was acting like a Monday? I normally don't have an issue with Mondays. I like what I do and so I don't "dread going to work". I think life of nothing but weekends would be boring and unbalanced. But hey, I work for Tech4Learning, so of course I feel that way.
My son just called. He's having a bad day.
"Someone stole my money.
I can't eat lunch today.
Are you sure it's Friday?"
That was strike one. I talked to…Continue
Added by Danielle Abernethy on April 11, 2014 at 9:56am — No Comments
“The job of an educator is to teach students to see the vitality in themselves.”
Tech4Learning celebrates teachers who help students see the vitality in themselves daily, whether…Continue
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