***THIS ACTIVITY IS MEANT FOR USE IN TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. DO NOT USE THIS ACTIVITY WITH K-12 STUDENTS*** Before you begin this exercise, you should have a Seesaw activity which you edited or created from scratch ready to self-assess and share with your fellow PD participants. 1. Click 2. Carefully read the instructions on the first page . Use the or tools to self-assess your activity by marking YES or NO on the rubric for each statement. If you are unsure, ask a fellow participant for feedback. 3. If you are NOT able to mark YES for all of the rubric statements, work to improve the Seesaw activity you edited/created until you are able to mark YES for every rubric statement. 4. When you are able to mark YES for all rubric statements, go to the second page and post a video of yourself reflecting on your activity creation. 5. When you are finished with your reflection, click to post your activity to your Seesaw journal. 6. Take time to visit our Seesaw class and provide TAG feedback on your fellow participants' activities.
This activity is meant for use during professional development with teachers who are learning to create high-quality activities in Seesaw. RESOURCES: Link to master Seesaw Icon Shortcuts document (Seesaw keeps this updated; bookmark it!): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dttpm-ArrLJWqAqMfWuo0JXsLTAFc3RqwGHETVmCQPY/edit Below are some videos I've created to show teachers how to work with activities in Seesaw: How to EDIT an existing activity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Egs4UVo21-I How to CREATE an activity from scratch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_Lj4JQPWLU How to find the SHARE WITH TEACHERS LINK for an activity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auLwHtKeuC4 The TAG commenting method (video not created by me): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgCC8uzj7Ws Please let me know if this activity was helpful for you in providing Seesaw PD for your teachers or for learning about Seesaw activities yourself! Twitter: @DLCoachSandy (https://twitter.com/DLCoachSandy) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org