You can use Seesaw even if you only have one device in your classroom!
- Teacher-driven updates: Instead of having students add items, you can add items from your device and then tag the relevant students' names. This can be as simple as taking photos of students while they're working on an assignment or posting a class announcement. Think of it more like a class blog.
- Class Photographer: Another idea would be to choose one student each day (or once a week, or for a specific activity) to be the "Class Photographer". They can be responsible for documenting all of the students' work.
- Seesaw Station: Students can rotate through the station and complete a Seesaw activity (ex: record themselves reading a page of a book, explain how to solve a math problem, write new vocabulary words using the drawing tool). Then they move onto the next station to complete a different activity.
Seesaw is a great way to keep parents in the loop with more frequent, personalized updates about what is going on in the classroom. It can be simpler and more effective than writing a blog post, emailing lots of photos or sending home a print newsletter.