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translation option for students

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19 comments

  • Brittany McKinley

    Our families that are remote need translation for the assignments. 

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  • Leigh Pytlinski

    Our families want to engage with their children about their learning so need to be able to access translations from the Class app, where their children are working.

     

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  • Ms. Misty

    Our families are very diverse. We need to make the seesaw app more user friendly for our dual language learners and their families.

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  • Carie Anderson

    Translation options will allow all of our families and students equal access to remote/online learning opportunities

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  • Sofia Sorensen

    translation option for students leverages their assets

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  • Ms. Emily

    Class app needs translation features so that parents are able to assist students with assigned activities.

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  • Sofia Sorensen

    agreed!

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  • Kay Bolerjack

    I agree, please allow all families the opportunity to understand and help their children regardless of their home language.

     

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  • Gabriela Cautero

    Having a translation feature will allow equal access to online activities for students and their families. Especially in the current world we are living in, we need this now more than ever. 

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  • Ms. V

    Please allow this translation feature! Our students need it!!

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  • Molly Cowles

    We absolutely need the translation feature! Please give our families and students the access that they need.  Using a student's home language when they are at home and working with their families is the best way to build literacy and language! 

    Using the strong home language to discuss a child's homework and assignments will help them acquire English faster.  

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  • Alicia Smith

    Please add a translation feature for the students. We need to ensure that all learners can access the activities no matter their home language. Equity for all!

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  • Gemma Sandell

    We absolutely need the translation feature! Please give our families and students the access that they need.  Using a student's home language when they are at home and working with their families is the best way to build literacy and language! 

    Using the strong home language to discuss a child's homework and assignments will help them acquire English faster.  

     

    Equity for all!

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  • Chris Quarton

    Please allow the translation feature for our students and families.  Our school and neighborhood demographic is deserving of this feature to allow them equitable access to learning.  Thank you.

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  • Pamela Santerre

    Due to home learning, teachers/admin need to be able to toggle translations ON for students so that they/their parents can read directions in the Seesaw Class app, without having to go back and forth between the Seesaw Family app. 

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  • Madison Peppa

    Please allow for equitable access to lessons, activities, and assignments for our students. We need this translation feature so all of our students can continue to grow in their learning! 

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  • Sarah Damen

    Our students and families want to learn and succeed at home, but are facing a language barrier. Please enable a translation feature to remove this barrier and create equitable learning opportunities for all!

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  • KYLE HELM

    Families and students need the ability to translate assignments into their native language. This is culturally-responsive as it allows them to access content using a language that is most familiar to them. It also engages families relationally because they can support one another at home. Finally, it gives students access to funds of knowledge their caregivers carry with them. It is crucial that students and families can freely translate assigned activities into a language that increases their access and participation in our education system.

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  • Donna Brown

    Please enable STUDENTS to translate to their native language.  I have English-Language-Learners who need this option.

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