This week’s Wednesday Website was shared by high school Lead Teacher Krista Fitzko. Seesaw, a website we’ve been using for a while, has a couple great features we might not know about. She suggested using the “Activities” feature, and Seesaw Library. The Seesaw Library is full of resources other teachers have created and posted publicly. There’s a simple search to find materials. Even if teachers don’t want to use a teacher resource created by someone else, it’s a great way to get ideas. Sharing these activities looks similar to sharing you own materials with your own class. Teachers can also share materials to other teachers through its own unique URL, or by checking out the Centennial School library.

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