Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire technology integration in your classroom.
These multimedia projects were created by students using Wixie.
Students create a new cover for a book to show comprehension and explore character, plot, setting, symbolism, and conflict.
To show what they know about a character in a novel you are reading, students create a digital scrapbook for this person.
Students apply what they have learned about animal characteristics and adaptation to create a new creature and introduce it to the scientific community.
Students can personify an object and write a story as part of an online book or animated adventure.
Students engage with geometry ideas and science by creating a monster using basic shapes for body parts.
Students create a public service announcement to educate people about global warming or another issue they are passionate about.
Students respond to a book they are reading, such as Grandpa's Stories by Langston Hughes.
Students can choose a scientific cycle such as pollenation and illustrate it to build and demonstrate their understanding.
Students create their own adaptations of literature they are reading.
Students interview animals to demonstrate knowledge of animal characteristics, diet, and more.
Students create visual poetry by combining images that portray the meaning of text.
Students design and create upcycled products using materials collected at home and school.
Students will illustrate and translate the meaning of an idiom to help others learn these examples of figurative language.
Using Wixie to create word problems. pic.twitter.com/ZJh9JS4sSG— fabulousin4th (@OES4thgrade) October 5, 2017
Fifth Grade students @LakeShoreAACPS used digital art program, WIXIE, to write dialogue and create comic strips as an ELA assignment. Students engaged in peer re-vision and iteration to produce comic strips. #AACPSAwesome #AACPSArtsIntegration pic.twitter.com/L5wrs8Mvei— AACPSArtsIntegration (@AACPSArtsEngage) December 1, 2017
Created by a talented 5th grader. She went above & beyond, on her own, creating "Internet safety! Be Internet Smart!" https://t.co/r0yI9bHcKm via @Tech4Learning @RMESPrincipal @TechTeachVB @vbschools #InternetSafety #DigitalCitizenship #WeLoveWixie— Red Mill ES (@RedMillES) March 12, 2018
This student shared her heritage and culture with a Wixie she made at home! We learned about her food, culture, media, religion, language, and holidays! ???? pic.twitter.com/rbqPm3ZtKQ— Monica Roth (Barlow) (@MrsRothLMES) February 9, 2018
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try