Seesaw is a fantastic way to share student learning with family members, the community and others across the world. The features Seesaw has enables endless possibilities within learning and make it an amazing tool for the classroom.
In my classroom, I have a Seesaw station where students can go to for help or prompting if they forget what the tools are. That helps my students develop their own responsibility for their actions, knowing they can go somewhere for help instead of always asking me. It also has copies of other relevant Seesaw information that my students might value or use.
Last year, I came across some Seesaw visual prompts on Twitter that I currently use in my classroom (see above picture). These were designed by Pana Asavavatana - click on the link to view and download her version. As Seesaw has developed, so has its features. So I have created my own Seesaw visual prompts including some more prompts to help students in the classroom. Since photographing my Seesaw station I have added my new ones to the mix!
My prompts are free from my Teachers Pay Teachers Store >> Seesaw Visual Prompts. Simply download and print, laminate and create your own Seesaw station too!
Mrs Priestley ICT blog is a place to read, download and view ideas!