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Control your HyperDuino with a Wixie project

Posted by David Wagner on Jan 11, 2017 8:51:59 AM

When you are sitting at Thanksgiving, politics is generally off the table for a topic of conversation... especially this year! In San Diego, where it is always sunny, weather isn’t really a good topic either. So one of the things left to talk about is work.

I strike up a conversation with my brother and he says to me “Remember when Iain was showing off his California missions project last year with his Wixie project and map? Wouldn’t it have been neat if each time he showed a new mission in Wixie, a light would show to indicate the location of that mission on his map?”

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Topics: Updates, sharing, HyperDuino

Help for curriculum writing teams

Posted by David Wagner on Dec 7, 2016 4:19:10 PM

Today’s update makes it easier for curriculum writing teams made up of teachers from schools to share their work with the district. Teachers are already able to share the activities and templates that they create with other teachers at their school. We have gotten many requests from districts to make it easier for teachers who are part of a district curriculum writing team to share their activities and templates with the entire district.

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Topics: Updates, sharing

New Sharing Options for Teachers

Posted by David Wagner on Sep 27, 2015 3:20:34 PM

We updated Wixie this weekend and gave lots of new sharing options to teachers. All teachers can now share projects with other teachers in their school by adding activities to their school activity folder. Teachers can also easily share their projects by email, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Topics: Updates, activities, sharing

One last Wixie update for 2014

Posted by David Wagner on Dec 19, 2014 4:05:28 PM

We are heading into the holidays and we have one more update to Wixie before we take a little time off.

Backgrounds in the Library. There is now a collection of backgrounds available in the library. When you add these to a page, they are added to the background layer, behind your painting, stickers, and text objects. There are photos of landscapes and locations, there are illustrated habitats and backgrounds for stories and fairy tales. Your students will find over a hundred backgrounds to choose from for their projects.

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Topics: Updates, library, sharing

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