Let's talk assessment! Before we dig into a few tools, let me just remind us all that any tool that students can use to create something are also tools that teachers can use for a formative assessment. So before you begin digging into these fabulous tools, keep in mind that the main focus is what you want students to demonstrate that they know. Once you have that firmly fixed in your mind, then contemplate which of these creative tools can help students show what they know the best. Where possible, allow students some choice in the tool they use also. Okay, with that out of the way, let's get to it!
If you aren't using Seesaw, you might want to give it a second, third, or even a fourth look. The video and audio tools are very easy for students to use. Like the videos created and posted within Seesaw, the audio files can be downloaded once posted too. Students can easily create, post, then download the file, which is automatically in the .mp3 format.
I used to like to walk the straight and narrow line But I thought this tool was just for elementary? It's babyish. High school students won't want to use a kiddie tool. Yep, those are common thoughts I've had and things I have heard by educators in the secondary realm when it comes to using … Continue reading Seesaw in the High School Classroom