Use creative technology tools to create illustrations, diagrams, reports, public service announcements, infographics and other performance tasks to engage students in deep thinking about Earth Science topics.
Wixie is the perfect digital canvas for students studying Earth Science. Students can use Wixie to combine text, images, and voice narration to explain their thinking and design real world solutions.
Students create an infographic to share knowledge and data about an issue or topic they are studying.
Students create an diagram to share knowledge and data about an Earth Science issue or topic.
Having students showcase their ideas using comics to make learning relevant and fun!
Have students create their own informational text including headings, a table of contents, captions, and labeling to find information. Publish their work as a great collection of nonfiction at just the right reading level for your students.
After researching severe weather systems, our class meteorologists created their own weather report to share with the class. Way to go Coffey Crew! ??????? @Discovery_elem @Tech4Learning #ashburnlocalweatherteam pic.twitter.com/0DkOw0hwtM— Emma Coffey (@CoffeyTeacher) March 9, 2021
3rd graders completed the Wicked Weather Unit! Ss used online databases to research a type of severe weather. After researching, Ss used #Wixie to create an emergency plan to stay safe during severe weather events! ?????? #bcpslms pic.twitter.com/wENO5dwqrb— Woodmoor Elementary Library (@WoodmoorLibrary) March 17, 2022
Students @SunsetAACPS created presentations on Wixie to explain how the spheres of the Earth interact with one another! @aacpsoit thank you for teaching us how to integrate technology into our classrooms! The students love it & so do we!!! pic.twitter.com/d5p4da0qZq— Charity Crawford (@MsCLCrawford) February 27, 2019
Mrs. Tilden's 5th grade students using Wixie to illustrate layers of the Earth. pic.twitter.com/YrHNM490sV— Lucketts Elementary (@LuckettsElem) October 11, 2018
Miss Bardís 2nd grade students create extreme weather pictures using Wixie. pic.twitter.com/dzT1bOatbO— Belle View ES (@BelleViewES) March 26, 2019