Pixie combines a paint program with text options, clip art, voice recording, and standards-based curriculum activities, helping students build 21st century skills as they develop ePubs, HTML, videos, and more.
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Students can use Pixie to respond to literature texts by writing, illustrating, and publishing original stories, as well as retelling and extending stories they have read.
In Classroom Instruction that Works, Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock examined decades of research and distill results into nine teaching strategies. Our open-ended creativity tools can be applied in almost any grade & subject to support these methods.
Pixie helps students build important math foundations as they explore and display mathematical relationships visually, numerically, symbolically, and verbally.
Pixie supports English language acquisition by providing ways for students to use words in context, express their ideas, build vocabulary, follow directions, practice using words, and more.
The 6+1 trait writing model organizes writing skills into 7 "traits" that provide a common language for talking about and celebrating writing. Pixie is engaging creativity software you can use to support the 6+1 Trait Writing model.
In his ground-breaking book, Frames of Mind, Howard Gardner proposes multiple intelligences to account for a broader range of human potential. Pixie provides tools students can use to show what they know, allowing them to capitalize on their most developed intelligence as well as engage and develop their other intelligences.
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