Blended Learning with SeeSaw

Online – Jan 25, 2021

Class Overview

Course Code: T&L 2900, Blended Learning with SeeSaw

 This course examines how blended learning can be utilized as a method that transforms traditional methods of teaching and learning in the elementary classroom.  Participants will gain an understanding that with the strategic use of technology and a 21st-century mindset, learning can be personalized and responsive, meeting the needs of all learners.  With blended learning, teachers can harness organizational and instructional tools to promote creativity, flexibility, and co-learning in the classroom.

In a world requiring educators to be able to transition instruction online, this course will provide the framework for exactly how teachers can accomplish this feat.  Blended learning environments are useful if everyone is working remotely, a portion of a class is, or even when all students and teachers are in a traditional face to face class.  Successful blended learning environments create digital workflows where both the students and the teacher seamlessly navigate to online activities.

In this course, designed for K-6 educators, participants will learn the management structures to create a successful blended learning environment.  More specifically, SeeSaw will be used as an integral part of the class. Participants will leave with a high-level understanding of SeeSaw and how to build a completely blended class through the LMS.

Learning Goals

  • Explore different blended learning models 
  • Organize and Prepare for a Blended Learning Classroom Environment
  • Utilize SeeSaw to create interactive learning experiences
  • Establish workflow norms for both in person or online teaching and learning
  • Manage an Elementary LMS to bring together instruction, teaching, and parent/community involvement
  • Create interactive and engaging lessons, including choice boards and workshop model plans
  • Develop strategies to leave the “sage on the stage” role in a face to face and digital environment.
  • Facilitate collaborative projects
  • Reflect on integrated learning experiences 
  • Connect data collected to effective and meaningful feedback
  • Participate in problem-solving tasks and processes


Course Cost


Class Location

This class is asynchronous, content is released on a weekly basis. The dates indicate the kick-off meeting and closing meeting. Conflicts with either meeting should not be a deterrent from registering, accommodations can be made.

Date and Time

  • Jan 25, 2021
  • Mar 15, 2021
  • (06:00 pm - 08:00 pm)
  • (06:00 pm - 08:00 pm)


The instructor may schedule additional online meetings for collaboration. Also, the instructor will be available through scheduled office hours throughout the course.

Through our partnership with the University of North Dakota, we offer 3 graduate-level professional development credits for all of our courses. Upon courses completion, participants will receive an official University Transcript. Courses are also available in Non-credit version where participants can receive credit hours to submit for Act 48.