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Pixie 3- Meeting K-5 Common Core Standards

Page history last edited by Sharon Gallagher 7 years, 2 months ago
 

Pixie 3- Meeting K-5 Common Core Standards

 

 

 

 Workshop Description: Participants will demonstrate an understanding of the ways in which Pixie 3 can be used to demonstrate mastery of Common Core Standards through a combination of text, original artwork, voice narration, and images.

 

Outcome:  Participants will increase skills in the use and integration of technology in classroom instruction.

 

Indicator: Participants will explore Pixie 3 and identify how they can be used to present information and content in different ways, differentiate the ways students can express what they know, and stimulate interest and motivation to learn.

 

Prerequisite Skills: Basic computing skills: file management and word processing. 

 

Agenda:

  • Activities to meet the CCSS
  • Pixie3 Drawing Tools
  • Paint brushEdit Objects
    Marker               Select part of picture
    Crayon Eraser     Paint shapes
    Dry brush          Paint using pictures
    3D paint           (spray paint)
    Stretch paint     Fill an area (paint bucket)
  • Other Pixie 3 Features

Add a new page          Recording narration
Add a text object        Turning on/off the talking interface
Rotating and flipping objects          Sharing and joining projects
Activities Library

  • Saving Templates
  • Meeting Common Core Standards with Pixie
    Exit Ticket 

 

Resources


 

 

If you have already seen this video, take some time to explore Cast Learning Tools

 

Exit Ticket- How will you use Pixie 3 with your students to meet the Common Core Standards:  Add your ideas to this Google Doc.

 

 

 

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