1.      Seesaw



The Seesaw platform allows students to learn and engage in creative educational activities while giving teachers and parents insight to each student’s progress and thinking. Students are able to annotate & draw, record captions with text or voice, create collages, add labels & text, and add shapes & backgrounds to their learning materials.

Types of use

·   Collaboration

·   Communication

·   Content Development

Indicative use in the classroom

Seesaw offers their platform to students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12 for all standard subjects such as art, computer science, drama, digital citizenship, english language arts, english language learning, health, higher education, history, math, music, physical education, reading, religion, science, social emotional learning, social studies, special education, STEAM, world languages, and writing.

Open access

·   Free access: basic features (learning tools, activity design, and sharing) are available and there is a limitation on the number of teachers per class

·   Paid plans: increased number of teachers per class and several additional features (multipage activities, scheduling, school library, etc.)

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