Thursday, May 4, 2017

Seesaw Review by Annabel and Anvi

Seesaw Review



  
  Seesaw is an interactive blogging and digital profile app or website. It can be used as a replacement of the applications Blogger and Notability. One can create a personal profile where photos, videos, drawing videos, notes, links, and files can be uploaded and created. Teachers can use Seesaw to keep digital portfolios of students work and comment on it. It allows students to save and submit a variety of files, including videos, photos, drawings, links, and notes. They can explain their work with a voice recording and submission writing sent to a teacher, who will then approve items, making it available to parents. Seesaw allows easy access to different methods of writing and note-taking, and creates a simple way for teachers to approve or disapprove blog posts.


Positives-
  • There are many different ways to share ideas through Seesaw.
  • Teachers can approve and deny the uploading of different items onto a student’s blog.

Negatives-
  • Uploading photos and videos may take a long time.
  • Some uploads take a while to appear in one’s home page after being approved.

If you would like to join the Seesaw community-
https://app.seesaw.me/#/login?force_login=signup

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please provide meaningful feedback to our middle school bloggers and teacher advisors as we learn together and share what we know!