Seesaw Class

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4.1
24.3K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio that inspires your students to do their best work and saves you time.
∙ Any device, shared or one-to-one
∙ Always free for teachers
∙ Used in over 200,000 classrooms and 1 out of 2 schools in the US

Awards Include:
∙ 2018 Top Pick for Learning by Common Sense Education
∙ Best Website of 2016 by American Association of School Librarians
∙ Richard Byrne's Free Tech for Teachers

How Does Seesaw Help Teachers?
Seesaw’s creative tools encourage student engagement
∙ Students express themselves, reflect on their learning and create a portfolio they're proud to show others.

Get ideas and save prep time
∙ Browse thousands of great activities ready to use in your classroom today.
∙ Collect student responses digitally and lug home fewer papers.

Focus even more on your students
∙ Seesaw helps you see and hear what each student knows so you can better understand their progress
∙ Give more differentiated support through comments and feedback.

Other Seesaw Features
∙ Compatible with 100s of other apps, including Apple and Google apps.
∙ Translate notes, comments and captions into 50+ languages, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese and more!
∙ Seesaw is COPPA, FERPA and GDPR compliant. Learn more at web.seesaw.me/privacy
Updated on
Jun 22, 2022

Data safety

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4.1
24.3K reviews
Lori Wardrup
January 7, 2022
A wonderful, free app for teachers to give engaging activities in every learning style. I love that there is a community full of activities that I can use or copy and edit for my students' needs. My students love it, too! It works on any device. The free account allows teachers to add 1 coteacher so you can collaborate. Many improvements have been made over the last year to make management of work easier. Wish they would and a self-grading quiz function like in Google, though.
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Seesaw Learning
January 12, 2022
Hi there! We’re happy to hear that you enjoy using the Class app :) Please let us know if you have any other suggestions for improvement at https://help.seesaw.me/hc/en-us/requests/new. Thanks! -- Seesaw Support
Hun Il Lee
May 7, 2020
First I would like to say, I appreciate the concept that the devs made to allow students and teachers interact with each other and allow the students to have fun uploading homework. However, it is a very inefficient platform. What could be done on paper in 5-10 minutes, it takes over 25-45 minutes for my kid to do the work. We ended up just printing everything out, making them do it on paper, then uploading the picture of their work instead of doing the work in the app, because it was just taking too long. Here are some of my chief complaints and improvements desired: 1. While I understand why the worksheet uploaded by the teachers are an image file (so that the kids can't edit it) because of this feature, they are forced to draw text boxes to fill in the blanks. because the text boxes automatically come in a larger size, students are forced to type everything up, close the text option, use the select option, then resize the text. Would it not be easier for the teacher to be able to upload a pdf version and then convert the platform into a pdf writer with drawing capabilities? 2. The app and website are both buggy. The website lags terribly and it is impossible to do any work on it. The app crashes every so often, doesn't save frequently (its a kids app, it should save automatically after every change), so students are forced to do the work over and over again. 3. The text box function. I am sorry to bring this up again, but it is terrible. It's worse than paint. It should have an option of selecting text size, but instead the default text size is a poster size. navigating the text box in itself is a challenge. It isn't intuitive for a tech savvy parent, let alone a grade-schooler. 4. There is a constant pop-up that comes out that tells you to update your app, when I have the most updated version. Seems like other people are having this issue, so hopefully it will get ironed out. All in all, I appreciate the concept, but it definitely needs work.
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Josh Behrendt
May 5, 2020
For the most part, the Android app is much better than the web interface. A couple of times we had issues with assignments that required the microphone disappearing. However, the worst part of the app is that there is no "Save Draft" button. My student has assignments that are supposed to take more than one day. The app needs a SAVE DRAFT button like the web interface has.
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