Seesaw allows students to create digital portfolios. It also allows both teachers (and students) to record videos giving explanations, feedback to students, to create tutorials…

Ideally, students should be registered with Seesaw to make the most of the platform; however, it can still be used without registering, as it allows you to share the videos you recorded with a link, embed code, or QR code without logging in.

Seesaw is freely available across all platforms, and can be used on desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.

In these two videos I suggest possible uses of Seesaw’s functionalities (giving feedback to students’ writing tasks and recording tutorials):