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Creating Student Portfolios in Early Elementary - It's Easier than You Think!

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Would you like an easy way to simplify classroom workflow, organize student work, and share that work with parents? Join Lori Squiers as she explores Seesaw, a free, student-driven digital portfolio tool you can use to engage students and involve parents. Lori will show how you can use it to collect and organize each student's digital and physical work in one place. Students of all ages can use Seesaw with ease, and she will show you how best to implement this with early elementary students. In addition to showing how to set up an account, make classrooms, and use the app, Lori will also share tips and tricks for using it with young students.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Digital Media, Organizational & Time-saving Tools, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: e-portfolios, early elementary, eportfolios, organization, parents, seesaw, sharing, student portfolios, workflow

Reviews (21)

Full Member
Very helpful!
Full Member
so helpful, thank you!
Basic Member
I'm going to use this next school year!
Basic Member
I am ready to start using this tomorrow!
Full Member
This was a great demonstration of Seesaw. I'm so excited about this tool!
Full Member
Loved this!!! Will use this next year!!!
Full Member
I truly can not wait to use this with my students. I am a Reading Interventionist in the Camden City School district and I pull students for reading skills lessons. Not only am I going to figure out a way to integrate this during my lessons, I am also going to share this with the other teachers at my school so that they can use it.
Full Member
Love this!
Full Member
Awesome way to create a portfolio for school career!
Full Member
Wow, what a great way to start students on the path of digitizing their work into a portfolio. So much information! Exciting for myself and my students.
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