When students create then share work with an authentic audience students have meaning behind their work. Students at Orchard Park are working harder when they know their work will be on display. Seesaw is a tool that helps students publish.
Kindergarten students make and share math stories then they challenge others to solve the math problem!
Students in kindergarten find hidden shapes in the classroom by taking a picture then using the drawing tool to trace the shapes.
Students in grade 3 and 4 support the Readers Workshop non-fiction units by engaging in a scavenger hunt with text. Students find text features then take a picture and label and share their discoveries.
MATH IN THE REAL WORLD
Students use Seesaw in math to take pictures of manipulative then record audio of themselves defending answers.