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A few months ago, I wrote about a couple of presentations I gave at MATSOL, an amazing spring conference.

And one of those presentations was about SeeSaw. It’s a tool to create an electronic portfolio of student work. And it has an amazing feature that lets you create a class blog where you can post the best of your students’ work. A little recognition every once in a while never hurt.

This year, SeeSaw is offering a chance for you to try out the awesomeness of SeeSaw and get a look at its extras. I get a month too, if you follow the link below. Here is their boilerplate letter:

Hi – I’ve been using Seesaw – an awesome, free digital portfolio and parent communication tool.

Sign up today using my link and we’ll both get an extra month of their premium features for free!


Let me know if you need help getting going – I think you’ll love it.

I do absolutely love this tool and plan to make it a part of my entire year. Can you imagine being a brand new student and having to introduce yourself, and then having to look at it a few months later, when you have more language under your belt?

Or, if you’re a kindergarten teacher, imagine being able to document student growth in writing or reading. There are so many cool ways to see growth over time.

What a way to build a growth mindset! I’m so excited!

So what are you waiting for? Give us both a month of SeeSaw Plus!


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