I love when the conversation goes, "Well, I've never done this before, but I think it could be great..."
and the teacher says- "Sure!"
In first grade we used SeeSaw to do some thinking around visualization. They've been reading aloud the Secret Zoo, and well narrated story with lots of description. Classrooms regularly use the record and draw tool to explain concepts or math problems. I haven't seen it used this way yet. It's pretty neat to see a sort of second by second look into what a child is visualizing, and given the limited time, it seems like students prioritize what they think is the most important.
Our writing coach gave me some feedback around having students use the picture and video to do some writing about reading. She thought it could help students dig a little deeper while writing about their reading. I'm excited to see the future of this activity and how it changes and gets better.
Instructional Technology Coach