3.2ET – Seesaw: Student-Driven Portfolios Made Easy

Seesaw is one of the most versatile technology tools you will use! It is easy to learn and can be utiized in early education through the middle school years. Using this free online portfolio, students can upload their work with an iPad, Chromebook, or computer. Students can show their work with pictures, drawings, recording their voice, text, and files from other places. Parents are only able to see their child’s work and classmates can learn to provide quality feedback to their peers. Seesaw can be used in any subject area and takes just minutes of their time. Learn how this online portfolio tool could change the way you publish learning in your classroom.

Listen as Stephanie and Kurt preview their sectional on a recent WELSTech episode.

Stephanie Krahn is a 3rd grade teacher for the West De Pere school district. She has been teaching for 12 years and has spent most of those years with 3rd grade at West De Pere. She received a Masters degree from St. Norbert College and an Instructional Technology Coordinator license from Cardinal Stritch. Instructional technology and literacy are two passions in her work and something she tries to integrate throughout her school year. She has been using Seesaw for more than 3 years, is an Ambassador and Seesaw for Schools user as well.

Kurt Gosdeck serves as school technology director and 4th grade teacher at St. Mark Lutheran, Green Bay. He loves to integrate Google Suite for Education and other numerous technologies into curriculum. He was one of the earliest tech directors to initiate a one to one program and adopt Google Apps for Education. A regular presenter, he is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Educational Technology Consultant, and loves training schools to use Google Apps for Education. Student learning is first. Technology is a tool to enhance student learning.

Sectional 3

Tuesday, June 25

3:30 pm