Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Seesaw V. 2.0

Seesaw the wonderful free site/app (Android, iOS, etc) for students making digital portfolios has just released their biggest update so far.  Students can upload photos, videos, PDFs, or even create their own digital content for their portfolio.  Educators can manage, monitor, and organize student work in folders, flag items, and invite parents to view their student's work.

Here is a list of their new features in version 2.0...

  • Seesaw is now fully supported on iOS, Android, Chromebooks, and computers with Firefox/Chrome.
  • We’ve added support for Google sign in, so that older students can login with their existing Google account and access their Seesaw portfolio from anywhere.
  • We’ve enabled likes and comments for students so that classes can use Seesaw as a place for peer feedback and review. Teachers can choose to enable these feedback options, or keep portfolios private.

I highly recommend checking out Seesaw by clicking here!!!

Below is a brief demo video....

*Seesaw is an advertiser of Technology Tidbits.

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