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Unlocking the Power of Differentiated Learning with Seesaw

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As you strive to provide meaningful and personalized learning experiences for your students, Seesaw serves as a versatile tool that offers a wide range of features to meet the unique needs of every learner. In this blog post, we will explore some fantastic ways you can leverage Seesaw to differentiate instruction and support student growth. […]

The Power of Making Thinking Visible with Ron Ritchhart

Ron Ritchhart Learn with the Expert

With the changes we have experienced throughout the past few years, the use of thinking routines in schools around the world has become more important than ever. But, that doesn’t mean all educators are implementing them effectively. In this Learn with the Expert webinar, world-renowned educator, researcher, and author of Making Thinking Visible Ron Ritchhart […]

The Aerodynamics of Exceptional Schools: Making Our Schools Extraordinary with Jennifer Gonzalez

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Our April Learn with the Expert session featured Jennifer Gonzalez, National Board Certified Teacher, author, and Editor-in-Chief at Cult of Pedagogy. Great ideas and innovative processes aren’t implemented overnight. Not only must administrators and school leaders have the creativity to form these new workflows, they must also have the dedication, problem-solving abilities, and toolbelt necessary […]

Fun Ways to Use Seesaw at the End of the Year

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Our recent Learn with the Expert session featured Kris Szajner, current partnership manager for Seesaw Learning and former kindergarten teacher and technology integrationist. The last month of school is upon us! Summer is right around the corner, but there’s no need to rush the time away. Instead, now is the perfect opportunity to really make […]

Bring ELA to Life with Story Pirates and Seesaw

Teachers, are you looking for ways to add a spark to writing instruction? Want to foster creative storytelling in your classroom? Seesaw is partnering with Story Pirates to bring fun and engaging ELA learning experiences to you and your students! The Story Pirates aren’t your typical swashbuckling sailors. They don’t steal gold or raid ships. […]

5 Ways to Optimize Your Workflow with Seesaw

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We know time is one of your most valuable resources as a teacher. With so many tasks to complete and students to attend to, it can be game-changing to find ways to make your workflow more efficient. Take a look at a few of the ways Seesaw can help you streamline your workflow and get […]

4 Ways to Extend the Seesaw Canvas

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Seesaw’s creative canvas is truly one of a kind, and at the core of this engaging learning space is Seesaw’s intuitive multimodal tools. Designed for young learners, Seesaw’s multimodal learning tools allow students to capture photos, videos, recordings, drawings, and more – all on the same canvas. Like every digital tool, there is limit to […]

Phonics Practice That’s Fun! Original Alphabet Songs from Seesaw

In “How Music Primes the Brain for Learning,” Holly Korbey shares how powerful music in the classroom can be. “Consistent exposure to music” she writes, “strengthens a particular set of academic and social-emotional skills that are essential to learning.” Phonics practice is a perfect opportunity to add music in your classroom! Introducing: Original Alphabet Songs from […]

Celebrate President’s Day in Your Elementary Classroom

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Celebrating Presidents Day in your classroom is a great way to help your students develop a deeper understanding of American history and its key figures. Presidents Day, which is celebrated on the third Monday in February, provides a great opportunity to teach your students about the history of the presidency, its evolution, and the people […]

#BacktoSeesaw Giveaway

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To start off this school year, Seesaw helped teachers from all over the world get #BacktoSeesaw in their classrooms. When teachers get #BacktoSeesaw, they create engaging instructional experiences and help students show what they know in the way that works best for them. Teachers all over the world shared how they were getting #BacktoSeesaw. Seesaw […]

Celebrate and Honor Black History Month

Celebrating Black History is important not only in February, but every day. Together, we can recognize and honor the many ways Black people have influenced, inspired, and impacted the world. Here are 3 ideas to celebrate and honor Black History Month in your classroom. With the lessons in the Seesaw Library, students can: interpret data […]

Computer Science Education Week Ideas that Any Teacher Can Try With Confidence

Seesaw Computer Science Education Week Students

Every December, over 100,000 educators participate in Computer Science Education Week (CS Ed Week)to inspire K-12 students to take interest in computer science. Join us in celebrating CS Ed Week this December 5-11!   Today’s students will grow up in a world that exists only in our imaginations. According to a report by Dell Technologies, […]

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