One of the most beneficial uses of Seesaw is organizing student work and preparing for meetings. Teachers spend a lot of time organizing work for data purposes and attending meetings, which takes away from their planning and personal time. Preparing work samples for parent-teacher conferences and IEP meetings can take teachers hours both before the meeting and after. Seesaw eliminates the need for teachers to gather paper assignments from their filing cabinets, organize them into folders for each student, arrange the folders in order of the meetings, and refile assignments afterward. This is a huge time saver! Instead, teachers can flag individual student’s assignments and display only those work samples on a tablet, computer, or even a phone. In large IEP meetings teachers often have to prepare copies of student work so everyone has a chance to view it in a timely manner. Using Seesaw, a teacher can share work samples with the entire room via a projector. This cuts down on a lot of paper waste. Below is a link to a video tutorial demonstrating how to approve student work, provide feedback, and use folders to manage work samples.