How to Use Seesaw for Elementary

August 7, 2020

In this video, Sam shows teachers how to use Seesaw at the elementary level. This education technology tutorial is aimed toward teachers who might be using Seesaw as their primary Learning Management System, and in it, you’ll learn how to set up student accounts without using email addresses, how to optimize the settings and set up an organization system, how to invite families, and how to use Seesaw’s pre-made lessons, as well as create your own lessons. Then, you’ll also learn what Seesaw looks like from the student end.

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