To improve your project experience, here are some helpful tips for viewing, posting, and commenting on project content:
The best way to access all project content is to visit ifyoulearnedhere.weebly.com. There, you and your kids will find links to the public side of our Seesaw Global Sharing Space and all project Padlets. Easy!
Videos Loading Slowly?
Videos in Seesaw seem to load slowly, especially when there are many on a page. Here’s a tip: filter the videos by school or by folder. Just click the name of a specific school or folder on the right sidebar, and you’ll be viewing videos in no time. This is also a great way to focus your students’ attention on one cohort or school.
Please post your original video file to Seesaw, instead of a YouTube link. Many schools block access to YouTube, so we’ve been downloading the video files and posting them directly to Seesaw instead. If you could upload to Seesaw, it would save us a step and ensure that your video was available to all schools.
There are wonderful and supportive comments on many videos! When commenting, please include the name of your school and the country where you live, to encourage stronger connections among our schools and students. If you comment while already logged in to the Seesaw Global Sharing Space, your school will be identified automatically. Also, we ask that you comment as a class or a school, rather than allowing individual students to comment.
Schools are posting new content almost every day on the project Padlets, so remember to take a look! Scroll down on the home page to find links to all Padlets. If you wish, you can add photos, extra videos, or text to them at any time. The Padlets are optional, but they are a great way to see our schools at a glance – and to allow more students to create and share.
Use the menu above to access additional 2015 and 2016 project content.
BANNER ARTWORK BY TYLER N., 2ND GRADE AT BURLEY SCHOOL, CHICAGO