Beginning this year, all elementary schools in the Issaquah School district will have access to Seesaw for Schools! Seesaw gives students creative tools to capture and reflect on their learning – in real time. It’s easy to use and makes it simple to collect student work in one place and share with families. With Seesaw for Schools, teachers also get upgraded features including additional co-teachers, private notes and folders, and skills for formative assessment and progress monitoring. We are so excited to support you and the great things you’re doing in your classrooms!
If you are new to Seesaw, we have created a Teacher account for you, and uploaded your current students. If you have used Seesaw before, we have already added your account to your school!
When you sign in, all of your class information will be ready for you. You do not need to create an account or upload your class roster to Seesaw. You can also customize your Seesaw settings including class journal titles and student names to your liking.
On Monday evening, August 20th, all K-5 General Ed. and Special Ed. teachers received an email from Seesaw with directions to sign in to your Seesaw account (If you are a Specialist teacher and would like your own classes created in Seesaw, reach out to your Educational Technology TOSA). It’s important that you click the link in your email to set a password for your account, so you can sign in as a teacher.
You can visit the Activity Library to view grade level and subject specific activities already created by teachers! Check out these links (you will have to sign in to Seesaw to have access):