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Sunday, December 13 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Using Wixie as a Dynamic Part of Duel Instruction

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Wixie is an ideal tool for meaningful instruction. This session is intended to provide an overview of the tools and features perfect for capturing student knowledge and understanding. This includes adding student audio and video files for a wide range of products including justification/explanation, interviews, and public services announcements as well as for creating primary-aged artifacts with fluency and counting. Coupled with dynamic drawing tools, students' ability to work collaboratively with classmates plus dynamic teacher tools including auto-save/auto-'drop box', monitoring student usage data, and quick student access for teacher-assigned templates, make Wixie the perfect productivity tool for whatever type of instruction you are delivering.

Speakers
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Scott Loomis

Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager, Tech4Learning
Scott is a former elementary and middle school teacher as well as a district-level instructional technology specialist having worked for 14 years with Baltimore County Public Schools. He has extensive professional development experience with K-12 educators, administrators, and curriculum... Read More →

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Scott Loomis

Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager, Tech4Learning
Scott is a former elementary and middle school teacher as well as a district-level instructional technology specialist having worked for 14 years with Baltimore County Public Schools. He has extensive professional development experience with K-12 educators, administrators, and curriculum... Read More →


Sunday December 13, 2020 10:30am - 11:00am EST
Buck Mountain