Classroom blogging has never been easier. And best of all—it's free!
Seesaw Blogs are a simple way to showcase the amazing work students are doing in the classroom with the broader community.
Blogging gives students an authentic audience of their classmates, parents and other students around the globe, encouraging better work and providing opportunities for real feedback.
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Once you've enabled your blog, students and teachers can easily post a selection of work from Seesaw portfolios onto the class blog.
Anything in Seesaw portfolios can be posted to a Seesaw Blog with just one tap from the Seesaw app or website. Blogging has never been simpler—no separate apps or websites needed!
Seesaw blogs can be public on the Internet or password protected. Teachers control whether or not class folders are shown on the blog, and student and parent last names are always hidden.
Teachers moderate all student posts before they go live on the blog. Blog comments can be enabled or disabled, and all blog comments require teacher approval.
Once a blog is enabled, teachers can connect to other Seesaw blogs to create a list of approved blogs that their students can access from within Seesaw.
Seesaw Connected Blogs is a safe way for students to engage with other classrooms to share their learning, and it's built right into Seesaw.
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With Seesaw Connected Blogs, students can collaborate with students in other classes, leave comments and develop their digital citizenship skills.
Everything happens within the Seesaw app or website so it is simple, safe and teacher-moderated.