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Growing an Audience on YouTube

Building a community on YouTube is strategic. Learn from certified YouTubers how they build subscribers and create a following of viewers. When...

Creating a YouTube Channel for your Classroom

YouTube is designed so you can create multiple channels under a single account. This is perfect if you teach multiple classes during the day and...

Setting Up Blogger for Students

Blogger is a fantastic tool for students to document their learning journey, connect their learning, or share evidence of their work.  The difficult...

Why Skype in the Classroom?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Skype in the Classroom Resources

Microsoft has built an excellent place for teachers to share resources. The Microsoft Educator Community is a rich site for lessons and tools. Even...

Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts

A reality in the digital age is the rise of 'fake news' stories prevalent on the web.  Already tricky to navigate for adults, teaching our students...

The Geo-Literacy Project - Explore Outside the Classroom

Exploring outside of the classroom can be a very valuable learning opportunity for your students. It can be inquiry-based and student-centered,...

Creating A Teacher Website with Wix

In the modern world, having a web presence is becoming more and more important. Fortunately, creating a website is becoming a task that doesn't...

#Connect in 3 Minutes

WorkingINTRODUCING AWESOME 8 LEARNING OPPORTUNITY #1: CONNECTAt Pyxis we believe that giving students the opportunity to Connect means allowing them...

Sharing Student Work in Online Spaces

The focus of this article is about sharing student work online. It is interesting because one of the main themes is the idea of transparency in...

Engaging a Parental Community

We know parent and community communication is very important for teachers and students to be successful, but it isn't always easy. What are some ways...