Since 2008 this site has been a side hobby, and sometimes just a placeholder, loosely focused on educational technology. It has been through many iterations. The old blog posts are long gone but in 2020 it is back, to act as a way to connect, share and learn.
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Used in just about every country on the planet, and a staggering percentage of US schools (the company claims 3 out of 4 schools in the US use it) Seesaw has become a global education technology juggernaut. When parents are connected to their child’s account, they are able to browse through the stream of uploadsContinue reading “How the pandemic has made Seesaw less effective”
The following process can be a really useway way to have students work in groups and the teacher maintains control and access to the Meet that each group is working in. The example in this process involves making 5 Meets that I can reuse in different classes, it is not creating separate groups for eachContinue reading “Google Meet: Creating “Breakout Rooms” inside Google Classroom during remote learning”
This is a great feature to use for selective sharing of student work. Once set up, your students can choose to publish any work to the Seesaw class blog (with teacher approval) or the teacher can directly select any student work to publish to the blog… all in one click. This allows students to seeContinue reading “How to activate and get your students using the Seesaw class blog”
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