A student’s learning can be captured and chronicled in SeeSaw through photo and video. Because this digital portfolio system allows parents to connect with their student, learning is no longer constrained to the four walls of the classroom. Because students are engaged with an authentic audience (parents, teachers, peers) through Seesaw, learning will accelerate and home and school connections will be strengthened.
Objective: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able create a SeeSaw account, enroll students and parents in a class. Students will be able to submit work in SeeSaw for the teacher to view, as well as parents. Participants will be able to add photos, video, drawings, recordings, and notes, as well as work from other iPad applications.
Readiness: For resources that focus on learning to use technology and that help build the foundational technology skills needed to support the ISTE Standards.
This course increases the level of technological knowledge needed to apply technology to a lesson or teacher work flow.
For the perfect lesson combine this technology with a lesson that currently exhibits excellent content knowledge and pedagogical practice.
The technology used in this course when implemented in a classroom lesson will provide a functional change or improvement to the classroom. This technology augments the current practices and leverages the technology to enhance specific functions of the work.
This course utilizes technology or teaches components of technological programs across a variety of systems, people organizations, and knowledge. Every technology tool requires a base level of understanding that can be considered part of this course. Technology as part of STEAM can be used as a tool for science, engineering and arts.
1. Getting Started with Seesaw
2. Configure Class Settings
3. Student Sign In
4. Students Adding Items
5. Teacher Management
Seesaw in the Classroom