Use these examples of projects created by students to inspire digital project work that supports social-emotional learning.
Whether you have Chromebooks, iPads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to help your students build curiosity, self-awarenss, perseverance, and more.
Wixie includes a folder filled with templates you can use for social-emotional learning projects. Browse Templates>Social Emotional or simply search “SEL” to find them.
What would a student want a book about their life to contain? Rather than tackle writing an entire book, ask your students to create a book cover design for the story of their life.
Choose a topic such as teamwork, bullying, or friendship and have students work together to create an ABC book to share with younger students.
Awesome lessons with grade 2 and 3. Ss discovering the computer camera and making personal #emojis using #wixie . Sad, Happy, Mad, Scared. What does that emotion look like on your face? Now #saycheese pic.twitter.com/jmGeZ9yuci— Michelle Crabill (@abctec) February 10, 2018
#Kindness lessons are some of my fav ?? 1st Ss heard a sweet story and had some fun creating ways to be kind on Wixie! @VBFairfieldES @LGrossVB @pgeromin1 @VBTechTeacher @CarolineMasden @hazsoares pic.twitter.com/miD0fjx8pi— Blair Owens Sutter (@FESCounselor) January 10, 2020
Had a fabulous first week of school with super energized 3rd graders! Great transition from 2nd grade and looping up to 3rd! Our hopes and dreams are done and ready for display! Thank you Ms. Gust for helping us accomplish these with Wixie! @CampbellAPS @gust_kathy pic.twitter.com/j5VCJcKsrN— Mrs. Tareen (@nawazishtareen) September 6, 2019
Students are using Wixie to bring their words, their voice, and their art to the curriculum.Give Wixie a Try