Today, Tobin told us to get our digital citizenship via an assignment and put proof of it onto our blog, so here is the certificate. Its funny as the short answer questions didn't even need to be an answer. A single letter in the box was good enough for the site.
The goal for SeeSaw is to create a place where students can interact with each other and create an environment where information is easily accessible. Sadly, there’s nothing this app can do that Google Classroom can’t do in a superior way. From the list of lacking features, the most notable was that there isn’t an option to post an assignment. Moreover, work is not organized and every students’ portfolio must be individually checked. In addition, Seesaw also requires payment to access certain features, which doesn’t make much sense as there are completely free alternatives. Another issue is that the teacher must manually add students to the class. Consequently, this can lead to one student assuming another student's identity. Despite these negatives, there are benefits that SeeSaw has compared to Google Classroom. Most notably, the fact that the teacher had access to content control a student's work or comments before other students could even see it. Besides this, the rest of the positive features were near negligible and rarely used.
✭✭ = Fair
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