Thursday, March 27, 2014
Kaizena Voice Comments
Kaizena, the voice comment app for Google Docs makes it simple to add voice comments to a student's work. I first encountered and shared this app when it was called Voice Comments. It has been through a name change and some great improvements. In my recent DEN STAR Ambassador meeting with teachers we looked at Flipped Classroom Resources. At the end one of the teachers shared that he was using screen casting apps as a way of adding voice comments for a student on work they do in his high school class. I asked if he had seen Kaizena. It is a perfect tool for putting a personal touch on grading for students. As he mentioned, his parents will even play his love feedback on the papers that he sends back to students. AWESOME! Anytime we can engage students and parents to come around improvement and feedback we are definitely doing something right. Wouldn't this be a great tool to keep a record of students in the elementary school doing a read aloud and sharing with parents? It's a perfect addition to an online portfolio!
To get Kaizena navigate to this link in the Google Webstore. This demo video will help you get an idea of how it works.
Posted by Rachel Yurk at 5:41 AM
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