Seesaw

We have recently started using Seesaw with KS2 pupils in a Bradford 2 form entry school

Seesaw is a free multimedia journal that allows pupils to showcase what they’re learning at school. Throughout the school year, Seesaw builds an organised, digital portfolio of each pupils’learning, accessible by teacher, pupils and parent.

Seesaw lets pupils independently document what they are learning at school and show what they know using photos, audio, videos, drawings, text, PDFs, and links.

It makes it easy for pupils and teachers to review progress over time and demonstrate growth.

When pupils add to their Seesaw journal, content is uploaded, organised by pupil, and immediately accessible to teachers from any device.   You can browse work from the entire class, or for a single pupils. Optionally,  you can use folders to organise work by subject area or project.

Seesaw portfolios are a great asset at parent meeting and you can share pupils work with parents online

With support for QR code sign in for younger learners and email or Google account sign in for older pupils, Seesaw works in any classroom on any device and we have found it a wonderful tool to engage and enhance learning.

You can find out more here

 

 

About Mr Dale

I started my career as a forensic toxicologist but later moved into teaching ICT. My experience in education spans 32 years and includes working in three different local authorities and with over 450 schools. For the past twelve years I have worked in Bradford as an e-learning and ICT Consultant. I have been an OfSTED inspector, OCR Moderator, CEOP Ambassador and 360safe Assesor and also have a level 1 Forest School qualification! My passions are electronic music, Joomla, Moodle, VLEs, game making, geocaching and curry.
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