With Seesaw skills, you can keep track of what skills or standards your students are working towards. Additionally, you can assign a 1-6 star rating to get a real-time understanding of how students are progressing.
To create a skill or tag a skill to a post, click here for instructions!
Once you have added skills to a class and tagged at least one skills to a post in the class, you can use the skills view. To use the skills view feature, tap the graduation cap icon.
On the top row, you will see all of the Skills that have been added to student posts. Down the first column, you will see all of your students’ names.
The boxes show the number of posts that have been tagged with a skill and the color indicates how many stars have been assigned to the most recent post for that student tagged with that skill. You can tap on that colored box to view all of the posts tagged with that skill.
On the right side of skills view, you can filter by category, subject, student, or skill.
For instructions on managing or archiving skills, click here!
Families and students will NOT see the skills view, or which skills their children have been tagged in. You can, of course, choose to share that information with families during parent teacher conferences and use any Seesaw tools you see fit to do so.
Please find more information on skills in Seesaw for Schools here.