Wrap Up the School Year on a Positive Note

Posted by Tiffany Anderle on May 16, 2023 7:15:00 AM

As the school year draws to a close, it's important to keep students engaged and motivated until the very last day. Wixie can help with these fun and engaging ideas for celebrating the end of a successful year of learning.

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Topics: creativity, Wixie, digital learning, activities, summer

Build number sense and data skills with storytelling

Posted by Melinda Kolk on May 9, 2023 8:01:39 AM

Data is changing our world. While our youngest learners are just learning to count and write, they still need to build strong foundations for working with data. To help get them ready for future work in data science, focus on collecting and visualizing data.

"If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough."
— Albert Einstein

Use the following children's books as the basis for powerful storytelling that gets students to count, measure, and analyze information. 

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Topics: digital storytelling, Wixie, number sense, data

50 classroom activities for 6th grade

Posted by Melinda Kolk on May 2, 2023 7:45:00 AM

This blog shares ideas for using Wixie to meet standards and learning goals with sixth graders, whether they are learning at school or at home. Select the image for each idea or use the text link to open a template you can assign as a teacher, or use as a student, immediately.

Find more ideas, samples, and lessons for sixth grade at: Ideas for 6th Grade.

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Topics: Wixie

What's New - April 2023

Posted by Carolyn Daly on Apr 25, 2023 7:45:00 AM

Tech4Learning has been busy adding new features and resources to Wixie, including Curriculum Guides for supporting English Language Learners, Remote Learning, and Writing in Middle School.

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Topics: Wixie, Tech4Learning

Use How-to Writing to Kick Start and Cement Learning

Posted by Carolyn Daly on Apr 18, 2023 7:45:00 AM

I have seen thousands of digital projects in the last 25 years and a favorite is having students design multi-modal informative how-to's! For starters, procedural writing can be incorporated in any grade level or subject area. It empowers students to become the teacher/expert, motivating students to complete high-quality work. And, let's face it, we can only teach someone else content if we have mastered it first, which inevitably helps us remember the information more effectively in the future.

Win, Win, Win! 

The following ideas share how you can use how-to writing to help students practice sequencing, remediate and retain skills, and create inspiring Public Service Announcements.

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Topics: Wixie, preschool, PreK

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