This week’s Seesaw tip is actually a few resources for you. First, a slideshow of Seeing Seesaw Projects in Action from a classroom that might spark an idea for yours. Also, some task card resources you might find helpful from Seesaw:
If you don’t teach 1st, it is a great idea to start creating as a team. I’ll keep looking for resources for other grade levels and adding them to my Seesaw Resources Page for you. Hope you have a wonderful week!
This week’s Seesaw tip is about the Activities Feature where you can send a specific assignment out to the class for them to complete. You have the option to determine what folder it is assigned to or add a skill so you can grade it using the proficiency scoring guide. There are some pre-made assignments already done for you that you can just send out to try or you can create your own.
You can also, create assignments to share with others at your school/grade level. Why not divide the workload and have one teacher create some reading response assignments, another do some math exit slips, one do a word work/vocabulary assignment, and another pick a content area to create an assignment for? Here are some different Seesaw Activities Ideas.
You can also create a link to share your activity with teachers who aren’t at your school! Anyone with the link can use the activity in their class with just a few clicks .Learn More
Teachers can now also publish activities automatically on a specific day and time, so it's easy to plan ahead for the week. Learn More
This is just a collection of resources that I have shared with my teachers to keep for future reference.