Teachers looking fro a digital portfolio solution should look no further than SEESAW. This app is now available to all students through Self-Service. SEESAW has been very popular with teachers who have only one or two devices in their classroom. For instance, Ryan Wiggins at Juniper has an iPad station dedicated for students to use with SEESAW. There, students can take a quick picture of work they have created and share it with their family with the click of a button.
In classrooms where every student has a device, SEESAW becomes a powerful digital portfolio tool. Anything a student can take a picture or video of may be placed in SEESAW and available to share with family or archived for later use.
NEW TODAY! Teachers can share exemplars of lessons and student work using the new blog feature available in SEESAW. It takes about 3 minutes to set up start to finish. Instructions for the blog tool are linked here.
So whether you teach high school or elementary, have one iPad or 35, SEESAW has something for everyone. Feel free to reach out to an instructional coach if you have any questions getting started.