In classrooms around the country, teachers are finding and sharing creative ways to integrate technology into their classroom curriculum using Wixie.
We have collected a range of samples you can use to find your own inspiration in the ideas they are sharing. Share your own ideas using the hashtag #wixie on Twitter!
Check out Twitter to find the most recent ideas being shared.
My kiddos gave research presentations using #Wixie on the state they researched last week. I loved seeing how creative they were in their presentations! #firstgrade @HumbleISD @HumbleISD_LLE @Tech4Learning @carolynkdaly 🗺️💻🌎 pic.twitter.com/orCZsR6RcD— Leah Bergman (@MrsBergman93) April 12, 2023
Our @JamestownAPS second grade researchers were very patient with our multi-week project. Today @jametownreads and @Jamestown_Tech returned their "processed" Greek God & Goddess trading cards to them, made using @Tech4Learning (Wixie) and @APSLibrarians databases. Trade away! pic.twitter.com/NArIpDuxdT— JamestownReads! (@JamestownReads) April 12, 2023
A few examples of how my kinders used Wixie this week: comparing stories, building CVC words, identifying words with the short o sound and exploring number bonds in a Bridges math lesson. @MrsRode @elmwoodes pic.twitter.com/Ebhcuh9gYE— Rita Phillips (@RitaPhillips85) January 14, 2021
We've been learning how to solve and create story problems and number sentences in Wixie this week! pic.twitter.com/QP2ilwUYbk— Ms. Schroeder (@MsSchroeder1st) October 29, 2020
Today’s #ScienceFriday consisted of using #Wixie to create depictions of the different seasons! I absolutely love their unique creativity! #FabulousFirsties @Tech4Learning @LakelandMakers @MavoAntonietta @Humble_Science @MsBenton_LLE_AP @HumbleISD_LLE @HumbleISD pic.twitter.com/A4K0RZKZJA— Whitney Johnson (@MrsJohnson_LLE) March 4, 2023
2nd grade @stmeshouston students loved working with data today! They formulated a question with choices, collected class data, and graphed their results using Wixie @Tech4Learning #edtech #csforall pic.twitter.com/8kr8yTfH2P— Jeffrey Merino, MLS (@JMerinoedu) October 14, 2022
The All Stars learned about fast and slow changes to Earth and completed a design challenge using WIXIE. Check out their Erosion Prevention Plans! #frsd @CopperHillES @MrsServetnick #CHProud #civilengineers pic.twitter.com/cRDz0O9J4t— Margaret Gerlach (@mgerlach2) March 10, 2023
Love how Wixie lets us embed videos AND has coding for virtual boomwhackers! This is a fun challenge page for my first graders to play their new pitch - “la” @CromwellValleyE @MusicBCPS @Tech4Learning @ScottLoomis pic.twitter.com/Y1EyUPHB7s— Terri Iacarino (@iacarinot) April 7, 2021
The Cromwell Comic Book Company has printed their first editions of “The Pigs, the Wolf, and the Mud” Wixie retells and shipped them to their homes! @gaylor_linda @Tech4Learning @BCPS_ELA @CathyThomasBCPS @samyuhanick pic.twitter.com/tEhe3gIpY6— Cromwell Valley Elem (@CromwellValleyE) December 11, 2020
So many benefits of using #Wixie for our writing: a wider audience, ability to create an audio recording or use speech-to-text, and text-to-speech for revisions/editing, ease of inserting photos to support the writing process @MsMecanko @RobertHunterES @CopperHillES pic.twitter.com/gIaUQTTUaz— Patricia Flavin (@patflavin1007) November 29, 2022
Today we discussed how we fit into the world. We started in our home, then expanded to our town, then our country, and finally our continent! @CopperHillES @FlemRarSchools @wixie pic.twitter.com/Crj0vnRAeh— Jeff Moore (@MooreClassroom) December 15, 2022
Ms. Dotson’s 2nd graders used manipulatives to model different number combinations to 20 and wrote corresponding number sentences using #Wixie 🙌🏽 Way to go! #levELLingup #IntegrateEdTech @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/806WJeOBBg— Nicole Lenard (@LenardITC) September 13, 2022
Thank you so much @Tech4Learning ! #wixie has helped my kindergarten friends to communicate their learning with me. I love being able to give them direct feedback! #wearevalpo @Valpo_Schools pic.twitter.com/fFT1JFb7TI— Mrs. Wilcoxson (@MrsWilcoxson) March 30, 2020
After learning what a seed needs to grow, first grade students created animations in Wixie of the life cycle of a seed. pic.twitter.com/wt3iNnJZen— Fox Mill ES (@FoxMillES) April 15, 2022
Gave Wixie a try for more oral language practice with my first graders. Listen to the use of transition words in this student’s response and the translanguaging in the 2nd video!! @TylerHeights @EngLangAcqAACPS pic.twitter.com/SpW0h8r9SC— Elizabeth McMullen (@emcmulle4) December 17, 2020
It is LIKELY that our 5th graders rock with probability. They CERTAINLY did a fabulous job creating Probability Wixie projects. There's a big CHANCE they proudly shared them with each other! #fhres21 pic.twitter.com/EtbY6ueNWU— Suzanne Bucynski (@SuzanneBucynski) November 20, 2020