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Think of it like a portfolio, for starters. With SeeSaw, students capture what they are working on with videos, photos, audio recording, drawing, captions, text, PDFs, and links to other apps. Thus they can document their learning as it occurs, reflect on the learning process and evaluate progress. You can control what is shared with others and what comments are possible. It’s widely accessible, easy to use with email or Google accounts, and combines so many useful functions in one tool.
In these slides, Clare McGrath introduces its main features, and explores with you possibilities for exploiting it in different contexts for a range of purposes, particularly the journal and class blog features.