During my daily reading of Richard Byrne’s blog, FreeTech4Teachers, I came across his amazing post on Kaizena.

As an avid user of Google Documents in the classroom, especially as a means to provide immediate feedback on student’s papers and writing, I was thrilled to learn that Kaizena offered the opportunity to provide audio feedback to students! This feature will help make my feedback more personal, as well as allow my students who are auditory learners an opportunity to understand my comments in a way that is best suited to their learning style.

Check out Byrne’s awesome tutorial on how to use Kaizena, and log on and add your own voice to your student feedback today:

Happy commenting, y’all!


One thought on “Kaizena: Add Voice Comments To Google Docs!

  1. I think it’s great how technology is allowing us to have a better experience not only for the educators but also for students. It would be great if someone could give me their advise on http://www.studybuddytoday.com I heard it’s great.

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