Teachers differentiate instruction on Seesawto make meaningful learning experiences accessible for all learners.
- • Creating accessible instructions
- • Adding scaffolds to Seesaw Activities
- • Allowing for choice in output with multimodal tools
Mia Leonard taught Kindergarten in the Chicago Public Schools for 10 years. Mia is a Google Certified Innovator, PBS Digital Innovator, and Seesaw Certified Educator. In the classroom, Mia explored innovative methods to transform teaching and learning and empower her students daily. Mia currently works at Seesaw Learning as a Professional Development and Training Specialist. Mia is the author of Building Blocks for Tiny Techies: A Teacher’s Guide to Digital Learning in Primary Classrooms. She also speaks regularly on how to amplify the voices of our littlest learners through technology at conferences and events across the country.
You can follow Mia and her class on Twitter: @mrsleonardk.