Seesaw for EAL and young learners

Someone contacted me last week in a panic. ‘Aaargh, we’re going to start using Seesaw – any tips? Is it easy? Can you do a […]

How Can I Use the Seesaw Blog Feature?

The Seesaw blog feature is a great way to provide students with an authentic audience on the web while keeping students safe! The blog feature […]

Five Seesaw Holiday Activities for Your Virtual Classroom

Need some holiday activities for your students? Explore these Seesaw Activities that you can grab and assign over the holidays. Your students will love these. […]

TCEA Responds: Remote Teaching for Speech Therapists

Dear TCEA Responds: Speech teachers are struggling to use remote learning to meet student needs. They have several priorities, including keeping their caseload confidential, as […]

Tracking Attendance for Remote Learners

For decades, teachers took student attendance with visual checks and marks on paper. Then attendance tracking became an exercise in logging student absences and tardies […]

Helpful Tools and Strategies to Create Better Seesaw Activities in Minutes

Did you know that Seesaw is a great platform for creating interactive learning activities for students? The Activities feature is perfect for creating virtual manipulatives, […]

New TCEA Online Courses to Keep You Learning

Whether you will be back in a physical school classroom or will be teaching online in the fall, I think we can all agree that […]

Peer observation and online teaching

In my post the other day I mentioned self-observation of online teaching. Paul Ashe commented that all these video recordings are great for peer observations […]

Remote Learning for Special Education Teachers

Concerned about doing a great job via remote learning for special education students? You’re not alone. “Don’t worry about special education students,” one principal said […]

Video Sharing in Google Classroom and Seesaw

Need to share videos into Google Classroom or Seesaw? You’re not the only teacher who needs to put a quick tutorial video together for students. […]

Increase Reading Fluency with Repeated Reading Strategies

How do you increase a child’s reading fluency? It’s a question that seems to have an easy answer. One common response is that you give […]

Elementary: I Got You Covered!

     When you hear about blended learning, often times people just assume its for high school and college.  But if we think about the […]

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