Using Seesaw during student-led conferences
Student-led conferences are a great opportunity to introduce the versatility of Seesaw to staff, students, and parents 1
Here are the links for you to prepare your students and your Seesaw portfolio for the upcoming Student Led Conferences.
If you are interested in including your students in parent-teacher conference conversations, check out this wonderful step-by-step guide written by Seesaw Ambassador Andrea Birzer.
In addition to these fine tips you might want to consider:
- use Seesaw to make their thinking visible and heard
- a conference time is a great learning experience for the whole family – let’s use Seesaw to document and reflect on it
- use Seesaw to support agentic learning by facilitating for forethought – building anticipation and criteria for reflection by
- setting goals
- action steps
- planning the centers