Documenting Learning with Seesaw Digital Portfolios
In this webinar, librarian Kristie Obrecht and Seesaw's Emily Voigtlander talk about building digital portfolios using Seesaw. Seesaw empowers students of any age to independently document what they are learning at school. Students capture learning with photos and videos of physical work, or by adding digital creations. Everything is uploaded and kept organized for teachers. Teachers can invite families to Seesaw so parents get an immediate, personalized window into their child's learning. Seesaw is available for iOS, Android and the web.
Understand the key features of Seesaw
Learn how to set up my own Seesaw class
Leave with 3 "real-life" ideas to use Seesaw in the library tomorrow!
Who Should Attend
School library professionals and those interested in the topic.
Emily Voigtlander oversees Teacher Success at Seesaw. She is responsible for making sure teachers and students using Seesaw are successful. From implementation guides and lesson plans, tutorial videos to email chats, she spends her days working with a diversity of classrooms to really get the most out of Seesaw.
After 13 years in elementary classrooms, Kristie Obrecht entered the teacher librarian world in 2004 and has loved every minute since! Learning in the library of her rural, Title I elementary school is a blend of literature-focused maker and STEM experiences seasoned with curiosity, technology, and art, all archived and shared via Seesaw. Kristie achieved National Board Certification in 2009. You can find her on Twitter @kristieobrecht.
This webinar archive is complimentary to AASL members and eCOLLAB subscribers.
How to Register
No registration is required.
Internet connection and web browser.