Elgin Community College
Piccles ❤️ Educators
Your students will love this new way to show up in class
You work in education because you want to make an impact on students, not stretched and stressed managing expectations of everyone outside of the classroom.
Piccles brings the joy back to learning without being just another thing on your To-Do list (ugh, yes that one).
Show students that their point of view matters and accommodate different learning styles all at once.
Easily integrate Social Emotional Learning into your curriculum
Interactive Lesson Plans
Teachers can integrate Piccles into their lesson plans to create interactive and visually engaging content, helping students to better grasp complex concepts through visual learning.
Classroom Collaboration Projects
Utilize Piccles for group projects where students can collectively create art or visual representations of their learning, fostering teamwork and creativity.
Feedback and Assessment
Teachers can use Piccles as a creative medium for students to submit assignments or provide feedback on lessons, making the process more engaging and less formal.
Understand the mental health of your teachers
School-Wide Art Exhibitions
Principals can organize school-wide art projects using Piccles, where students from different classes and grades contribute to a collective artwork, fostering a sense of community and school spirit.
School Improvement Feedback
Collect feedback from students and staff on school improvements or initiatives through creative Piccles inputs, making the process more inclusive and visually appealing.
Use Piccles during parent-teacher meetings or school events to involve parents in a collaborative art project, showcasing the school’s emphasis on creativity and community.
A new tool in your utility belt for professional development
Training and Workshops
Use Piccles in training sessions for teachers, showcasing how it can be used as an educational tool, and encouraging teachers to think creatively about lesson delivery.
Collaborative Research Projects
Facilitate research and discussions among educators about innovative teaching methods using Piccles as a collaborative platform.
Team Building Exercises
Incorporate Piccles in team building activities during professional development sessions, helping educators to bond and brainstorm in a fun, creative environment.
Elgin Community College
Students in the largest lecture hall of UMass Amherst
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Engaging students during downtime and capping off the conference with a crowd generated video.
Boston University Idea Con