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SeeSaw in Kindergarten

This school year, there has been a lot of emphasis on how to use technology effectively in the classroom.  At the primary level, it takes a lot of patience and creativity to use it in an effective and engaging way.  We are so lucky to have a great support from Nick Ziegler at the ESU who understands the Primary grades and their needs.  I am very excited to start incorporating the SeeSaw app in my classroom.

 What is SeeSaw you might ask? It is an online portfolio for students.  Students can take pictures of their best work and add audio to explain their work, teachers can use it to assess simple things such as counting or reading and put that into each child’s file to share with parents, and so many other uses. 

All year long, the Kindergarteners have gotten to listen to all 10 Golden Sower nominations during library time.  Today the students went down and were able to talk about their favorite Golden Sower and why.  Each student took a picture of the cover of their book, added a short audio explaining the title of their favorite book and stating why it was their favorite, and then added it in their folder.  We as teachers then get to approve or disapprove work that students would like put in the folder and shared with parents.

The students had a blast and can’t wait to be able to use the SeeSaw app again to share different work. 

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