Ask students to create public service announcements to raise awareness, change behavior, and improve our world. These real world products are great authentic tasks for argument, informative, and persuasive writing.
Creative use of technology can engage students, and help you integrate your iPads, PCs, or Chromebooks into the curriculum.
Wixie provides the perfect digital canvas for students to create public service announcements. Students can use Wixie to combine text, images, and voice narration to share their passions and change the world.
Ask students to create public service announcements to educate people about an issue they are passionate about.
Have students create public service announcements to educate people about common health concerns.
Have students create public service announcements to promote safe behaviors during Halloween and trick-or-treating.
Students create a presentation to educate people about a real world problem.
Having students showcase their ideas using comics and cartoons to make learning relevant and fun!
We are so proud of fifth-grade V.L.P. artist Imani C. for designing this powerful message using Wixie. Students were challenged to design a billboard promoting positive change using text and imagery. Great job Imani! @MrsStacyBarry @RTwentey @cgibson5bcps @sfisherBCPS @BCPS_VLP pic.twitter.com/eSemGOI2nb— Elementary Art VLP (@art_vlp) June 3, 2022
The students have been creating different ways to show off their “community projects!” Some of them chose to make posters in Wixie! @CopperHillES @FlemRarSchools pic.twitter.com/oxlsWXICEh— Jeff Moore (@MooreClassroom) October 19, 2022
In November 3rd grade students learned about Internet Safety. They created posters on Wixie used to keep classmates safe on the web! pic.twitter.com/A3C88LbDYq— mrbrowntech (@mrbrowntech) March 7, 2022
Second graders finished their unit on Tremendous Trees by creating a product to persuade others to save the trees! Some chose posters while others did recordings on Wixie! @TylerHeights @aacpsoit pic.twitter.com/sKwmGlLiqM— Elizabeth McMullen (@emcmulle4) October 14, 2021
Some 5th graders used Wixie to create their posters for change. Students combined bold text with supporting images to share what they would say to make the world a better place. #ibelongles pic.twitter.com/jQG6GtOm7w— Taylor Boren (@Ms_Boren_Art) April 27, 2021
Be a Butterfly Hero! ??We took a pledge to help expand the monarch population. Doing our part by creating posters in Wixie to spread the word! pic.twitter.com/F27ciAHUuT— Mrs. Crump (@MrsCrumpCWES) October 29, 2020
@BeckyCasserly ‘s KinderKids not only searched @Tech4Learning Wixie images for firefighters and used the smear tool??, but they also added “Call 911” with the TEXT tool!? pic.twitter.com/tLeOKstRie— We are CVE STEAM?? (@WeAreCVESTEAM) October 4, 2022
Wild about Wixie in @amcginnis14's class today. Ss use Wixie to create PSA posters to save the manatees! @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/pWtU6mxL41— Mays Chapel ES (@Team_MCES) September 13, 2017
PSA created after @AEchoEnvEdAACPS field trip by @JonesESAACPS 4th graders using @Tech4Learning Wixie. https://t.co/gU7FKvvI1R— AACPS Instruct Tech (@aacpsoit) June 10, 2014
Using wixie to inform Spanish speaking families about weather and storms @LakeAnneEs pic.twitter.com/7GIyBxyuQq— LAES_Sra. Bachelet (@LAES_2ndGrade) February 1, 2018