Everyone Can Code & Seesaw
Use this guide to get started using Seesaw as a progress journal in conjunction with
the Everyone Can Code curriculum from Apple.
SEt UP Your Class
Before students can document their coding progress in their Seesaw portfolio, set up your Seesaw class.
Download the Seesaw Class app for iOS
Choose "I'm a Teacher" and create an account
Follow the prompts to create your class
Tap the Wrench icon to adjust class settings
Watch the video to get a full tour of the Seesaw app
Get Students Signed In
If you teach grades PreK-3:
Students will sign in by scanning a special QR code using Seesaw's built-in QR code reader.
If you teach grades 4-12:
Students will sign in using their school email address, or by scanning a special QR code for your class. If your students share iPads, we recommend QR code sign in for ease.
Check out the student sign in FAQ.
Students Add Their First Journal EnTRY
Students will use Seesaw to respond to the prompts in the Journal section at the end of each lesson in the Learn to Code 1 & 2 Teacher Guide from Apple.
To add a post to Seesaw:
Tap the green + Add button
Tap the Camera Roll tool
Select a screenshot or video captured in the Swift Playgrounds app
Use the microphone or caption tools to explain or reflect
When new posts are added by students, they are sent to the teacher for approval. Once approved, posts are shared with classmates and connected families!
USE folders for Organization
To add another layer of organization to students' Seesaw portfolios, you can create folders for your class.
To create folders in Seesaw: