Tech4Learning has released an update to Wixie, it's popular digital project tool used by students around the world. Students use Wixie to paint pictures, write stories, and record their voice and videos while exploring the curriculum and demonstrating mastery. Teachers can use to Wixie to find, create, or assign student project work, provide feedback, evaluate student effort and progress toward standards mastery.
The update includes changes to improve workflow, add new features, and improve interoperability with other tools.
"Over the past year, with students moving to at-home learning, Wixie usage doubled and was used in more ways and in more classes than ever before. With the change in instruction and increased use, came many feature requests," explains David Wagner, CEO of Tech4Learning. "This update is the culmination of our work to improve workflow for both in-class and at-home learners and improve operability with the other tool schools are using, such as Canvas, Schoology, and Google Classroom."
"Students have always been able to use Wixie to share their ideas and thinking through a combination of text, images, illustrations, voice narration, and video," shares Melinda Kolk, Director of Curriculum at Tech4Learning. "The new tools and features in the update make it even easier for teachers to make Wixie a seamless part of their daily classroom curriculum, whether students are learning in class or at home."
To learn more about Wixie, visit: www.wixie.com.