Seesaw is advertised as ‘The Learning Journal’, and it certainly has that potential. However, just like any educational technology, the impact on learning depends greatly on
I have spent the majority of this summer in Europe and I’ve watched Pokémon Go grow rapidly in popularity, evident in every city that I have visited.
It is part of our school-wide action plan to transition from hard-copy portfolio files to digital portfolios. This year, some teachers have been trialling Seesaw,
My students and I are already fairly familiar with Google Forms (to see how we use Google Forms for peer-assessments, click here). My students are
The flipped classroom is a buzz term floating around at the moment, but what does it actually mean? Here is a good explanation of it: “By
Newsela is a brilliant website and app that helps you to teach reading comprehension strategies through global news articles. I wanted to unlock its potential, so