Using Seesaw to Elevate Student Work
Are you looking for ways to elevate student voice and work in the classroom? Maybe you were thrown into remote teaching with no idea where to begin. Look no further! Seesaw is a versatile tool that allows teachers to differentiate, assign work, give feedback, connect to families and promote student creativity all in one place! In this course, you will learn about Seesaw, set up your account and create a class, customize features and tools, connect families, organize your assignments, utilize the Activity Library, and learn about the different versions. This course will give you 45 hours of hands-on learning and slowly walk you through the process of optimizing your Seesaw account!
Optional: Adams State University Credit
*Optional Adams State University credit after the class ends (additional $165).
Schoology course code is emailed after payment.
ASU Adjunct Professor: Emily Elkins