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Chesterfield Day School

Seesaw for Schools helps Chesterfield Day School provide transparency to their personalized teaching approach and encourage student reflection. Jeff Horwitz is the Associate Head of School of Chesterfield Day School. Chester field Day School is a private school located near St. Louis, Missouri that serves 150 students, ranging 18 months old through 6th grade. Providing […]

Hilltop Road Public School

Seesaw helps Hilltop Road Public School engage their diverse parent community and cross language barriers. Cheryl Romer is an Assistant Principal and classroom teacher at Hilltop Road Public School. Hilltop Road serves 740 students from 57 different countries in a low socioeconomic area of New South Wales, Australia. Their parent and student community has a […]

Somerset Academy Stephanie Campus

Seesaw for Schools helps Somerset Stephanie increase parent involvement and motivate students to produce higher quality work. Reggie Farmer is principal at Somerset Academy Stephanie Campus. Somerset Academy is a K-8 public charter school with over 800 students in Henderson, Nevada. Engaging Students and Encouraging Better Work From newsletters to homework, behavior updates to assessments, […]

Assisi Catholic College

Seesaw helps Assisi Catholic College give students an authentic audience, differentiate instruction and empower parents to be effective partners in student success. Leree Mazzer is the Assistant Principal-Special Projects at Assisi Catholic College. Assisi is a Prep-Year 12 Franciscan school that serves just over 1300 students in Queensland, Australia. Within Catholic Education we try to […]

Seesaw fosters equity at Beaverton School District by helping remove language & poverty barriers

Steve Simpson, Digital Curator on the Digital Curriculum team at Beaverton School District, talks with us about the impact Seesaw has had on their district — from engaging lower-income homes with school, to meaningful adoption in their Early Childhood Education and Special Ed classes. He highlights translation and skills as important tools that have aided […]

Alisal utilizes Seesaw with lower and upper grade students and ensures success for all students

Josh Harris (Director Of Educational Technology), Celia Salinas Garcia (TOSA Technology Trainer), and George Lopez (TOSA Technology Trainer) at Alisal Union School District come together to speak with us about how Seesaw aligns with their district goals, utilizing it successfully with both lower and upper grade students, and the positive impact it has had in […]

At Washington Township, innovative PD practices inspire new waves of teachers to adopt Seesaw

Kathi Kersznowski, tech integration specialist at Washington Township Public Schools, shares how offering a variety of meaningful PDs to accommodate different teacher lifestyles and learning preferences helped boost Seesaw adoption and usage district-wide. She also shares details about one particularly successful half-day PD called “Seesaw Show and Tell.” Why did your district decide to purchase […]

Elmhurst 205 uses Seesaw to share student learning with families while keeping evidence for standards-based reporting

Nikki Tammaru (Assistant Superintendent of Learning and Leadership Development) and Dave Beedy (Director of STEM Education) from Elmhurst School District 205 share how Seesaw has helped them improve parent-school communication in their district after establishing standards-based grading.  Now their school district lauds high family engagement metrics, and empowered students and teachers who can choose what […]

Virginia Beach City Public Schools use Seesaw to deepen family engagement around student learning

Background When looking for the best tool to strengthen family communication and create authentic student portfolios, (VBCPS) selected Seesaw. At the time of the initial purchase in the fall of 2020, Seesaw was used at five of the district’s elementary schools. Teachers, students, and families shared positive feedback about Seesaw’s ability to foster proactive communication […]

Iowa’s AEAs support districts with Seesaw Computer Science Curriculum implementation to help teachers across Iowa teach CS

Background Iowa’s Area Education Agencies (AEAs) provide services to every public school district and accredited non-public school across the state to improve the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth, representing over 328 educational institutions and over 500,000 students. Services include special education supports, professional learning courses for educators, curriculum consultation, libraries and […]

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