Seesaw

Seesaw creates a powerful learning loop between students, teachers, and families. Students use built-in multimodal tools to capture what they know in Seesaw’s digital portfolio. Teachers see all stages of student thinking and progress — enabling them to teach better.

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You can earn Framing the Lesson, Critical Writing, Power Zone, and Recognize & Reinforce badges by utilizing Seesaw in your classroom.

Use the resources below to learn the basics of Seesaw and get started on your own!

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Earn Your Badges

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Framing the Lesson Badge Requirements
The teacher must include a screenshot of their objectives or close activity being used in a Seesaw activity. If you are turning in evidence of a close activity students must have completed the activity within the Seesaw app. Your evidence must show unique features of Seesaw. Ex – The Seesaw sidebar.

Examples of Framing the Lesson using Seesaw: 

  • Objectives can be posted many ways in Seesaw – as a written post, as an audio clip, or even as a video.
  • Use a Seesaw Activity to close your lesson

Critical Writing Badge Requirements
The teacher must include a screenshot of a Seesaw Activity that is being used for Critical Writing. The screenshot must include a student response to the Critical Writing prompt. Your evidence must show unique features of Seesaw. Ex – The Seesaw sidebar.

Examples of Critical Writing using Seesaw: 

  • Students can write, draw, record audio or video in response to a critical writing prompt
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Power Zone Badge Requirements

The teacher must include a photo utilizing Present to Class mode within Seesaw on their iPad to stay in the Power Zone during classroom instruction. Your evidence must show unique features of Seesaw, students in the classroom during instruction, and you in the Power Zone.

 

Examples of Power Zone using Seesaw: 

Recognize & Reinforce Badge Requirements
The teacher must include a screenshot of personalized feedback they have given to a student in Seesaw that details the student’s growth or achievement on an activity or journal post. Your evidence must show unique features of Seesaw. Ex- The Seesaw sidebar.

Examples of Recognize & Reinforce using Seesaw: 

  • Teacher is able to give each student personalized feedback through written comments, audio clips or video recordings
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