Follow the link and watch the video about your Flashback Friday worksheet you have completed in your homework book! COMPLETE your Flashback Friday worksheet first. Then create a video and tell us about your favourite part of the school week, the worst or hardest thing you did and the work that you are most proud of! 1. Tap the add button. 2. Tap the video tool. 3. Tell us how digital citizenship plays a role in our classroom. 4. Tap the check and add to your journal.
The video tool in Seesaw can be used for student video responses, recording presentations, experiments, or demonstrations. You will gain quick insights into your students’ understanding of new topics and hear from all your students in one place. Before students complete this activity, teach them how to log in, post to the journal, and respond to activities. We have 4 quick lessons to teach students these essential skills at web.seesaw.me/get-students-started-kit. Give the lessons in person or virtually via video conferencing. Then, assign this activity to teach students how to use Learning Tools. In this activity students will follow to a link to watch a video about digital citizenship. Using the link feature in Seesaw allows you to easily share links to websites, videos, and articles with your students. Students will record a short video reflecting on the topic. Peers in the class can view other student video reflections as well to help build conversation and communication about digital citizenship. To do this activity with students…. 1. Share this activity by tapping the green Share button 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.