PixWriter is a talking picture and word processor, ideal for beginning and struggling writers. It helps students write independently by combining symbol support with highlighted text and speech. Pictures bring meaning to words and voice output encourages multi-media learning. Users can compose written documents without mastering phonics, spelling, and alphabet skills. Teachers or parents simply enter a word and press the space bar to make a button. Repeat to make a word bank in minutes. Students then select buttons with their mouse, touch screen, interactive white board or switch to write original work! All documents that are created by the students can be printed, saved, emailed or loaded onto personal devices.
Here's how it works: You create illustrated buttons to form a word bank by simply entering text. The program includes 10,500 pictures automatically matched to words. You can easily sequence the buttons to make phrases or arrange by parts of speech. Word banks can be color coded and range from 2 to 64 buttons. Students choose content from these buttons to create original work. Their documents can be saved, printed, or emailed. PixWriter is ideal for students at any age with intellectual disability or autism.
When ordering the download or web subscription option, you'll receive a download link within 24 hours by email. Emails are sent during Attainment's normal business hours.
|Pre-K, Elementary, Secondary, Transition, Older Adult
|Assistive Technology, English Language Arts, Literacy
|Windows, Mac, iOS, Web-Based
|Desktop: Windows 10 and 11; Mac OS 10.13 or higher. iOS v11.0 or higher. Web version runs on Windows, Mac with minimum browser versions: Chrome v75, Safari v12.1, Microsoft Edge v18, Firefox v67, and 64-bit Chromebooks.