Tech4Learning is making it easier for districts to infuse Wixie into their classroom curriculum by integrating with Clever®. Now schools and districts can automatically provision and securely authenticate Wixie users through the Clever platform.Read More
Tech4Learning has rebuilt its popular Pics4Learning image library to better support student project work on new devices. The new interface makes it easier to find and save images for use in student projects on a wide range of devices, including handheld phones, tablets, and large screen monitors.Read More
Tech4Learning has released a free web tool to create rubrics and checklist-style assessments for the classroom. Rubric-maker.com provides educators with sample topics and criteria to make it easy to get started creating educational assessments.Read More
Tech4Learning has released a free web tool to create graphic organizer worksheets. The site, graphicorganizer.net, helps educators support student’s thinking during the process of organizing their research and ideas about classroom projects.Read More
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Tech4Learning is making it easier for schools and districts to infuse Wixie into their classroom curriculum with the addition of a single sign-on feature through Clever Instant Login®.
Wixie is a student publishing and creativity platform. Clever provides single sign on (SSO) access for schools or districts to online learning applications. Schools and districts will be able to connect their Wixie subscription to Clever to authenticate student and teacher users.Read More
Tech4Learning is proud to announce the release of Frames 6, an upgrade to their award-winning animation and digital storytelling software.Read More
eSchoolNews has announced Pixie as one of the winners of the 2014-15 Readers’ Choice Awards. In the spring of 2014, readers of eSchoolNews nominated their favorite hardware, software, web sites, and services. Readers shared how they’re using the products to improve teaching, learning, or school administration.
Pixie is the standard creativity software on elementary computers in schools across the United States and Canada. Pixie helps students combine text, original artwork, voice narration and images to communicate knowledge and ideas. Students are using Pixie on Windows and Mac PCs, iPads, and Android tablets.
eSchoolNews shares comments from one of the nominations for Pixie by Ellen Gerkens, technology instructor for the Swain School in Pennsylvania. She shares, “We rely on this versatile program in grades pre-K through 3 for a variety of projects. Students make class slide shows for reasons such as reviewing topics studied, creating solutions to problems, reflective writing, demonstrating science concepts, and honoring grandparents. We also use it for making greeting cards, stationary, booklets, and comic strips. Pixie is our students’ favorite application.”
“We have been developing Pixie for over ten years and are excited to see so many fantastic uses of it in the classroom,” shares David Wagner, CEO of Tech4Learning. “Hundreds of thousands of students are using Pixie for their curriculum projects and we can’t wait to see where teachers and students apply it next!”