You and your students can now sign up and log in to Stile with your school Microsoft account. That’s one less password to remember (or forget).
This Friday marks the first release of a Cosmos Lessons unit (our 79ᵗʰ) in our brand new format. Danny Pikler details what we’ve changed and why.
Textbooks are dead. The alternative must be relevant, modern, multi-modal and customisable – and we may just have the answer for science.
Leaving feedback in Stile just got more natural. You can now annotate student work in real time!
Last Friday, we welcomed around 70 teachers from all around Australia at our second Stile Learning Community workshop of the year. The focus this time was firmly on flipped learning and student engagement.
Now you have the ability troubleshoot your students' login issues with a powerful small improvement we've added to Stile.
Ensure your feedback gets noticed and keep track of student work with Stile's brand-new notifications!
Introducing Interactive Canvas. We've taken the best features of the Sketchpad and made it smarter, more intuitive, more powerful and more in tune with what you want to create for your classroom!
A record 100 people partook in our first #StileLC event of the year, Teaching 'Gen Tech'! Andrew Douch, Georgina Pazzi and our very own Daniel Pikler engaged the audience on 1 May in Melbourne.
There are countless security hazards and risks to social wellbeing in our globally connected world. Teaching students how to be safe and responsible online is up to us.
Here’s something that we think will make Stile’s already conveniently auto-marked multiple choice questions even more useful: the ability to add automated feedback for each answer option!
Are your students routinely missing their due dates in Stile?
Well, we've just made that a lot less likely with the addition of the Due Dates list that they now see every time they log into Stile. Better for you, better for them.
Our last event for 2014 was a huge success. Keynoted by Alan November and filled with inspiring work from our community, the community workshop ran all day at Caulfield Grammar School in St. Kilda.
Our Stile Learning Community workshops are designed to bring the community together to exchange imaginative ideas around using Stile. Here is a quick recap of our second Stile Learning Community workshop of 2014.
We announced the winner of of our lesson library competition! It was a tough decision and Damian Perry walked away a happy man with a brand-new iPad.
This is the second post in a series we’re bringing to you where teachers share their experiences using Stile in the classroom, from implementation to day-to-day use and everything in between.
Brendan Leane at St. Joseph’s College in Ferntree Gully, used Stile to present a full semester course to his year 10 physical education class.
Are you looking for engaging pre-prepared Stile science lessons?
COSMOS magazine, Australia’s premiere science magazine, has partnered with Stile to deliver weekly interactive, classroom-ready science lessons, based on the latest stories in science.
This is the first in a series we’re bringing to you where teachers share their experiences using Stile in the classroom, from implementation to day-to-day use and everything in between.
Tim McMullen, deputy principal, and teachers Francine Jorgensen, Nicole Hardinge, Helene Lionakis and Ester Omarsdottir told us about their experiences with Stile at Our Lady of the Assumption Primary School, Cheltenham.
On behalf of the whole team at Stile, welcome back for the 2014 school year!
Creating graphs in your classroom? As you well know, graphs are powerful tools for visually representing data.
From today, you and your students can plot X-Y style graphs with our brand new graph feature, now available in the content selector of any Stile activity.