Kaizena is one of the premiere tech tools available for evaluating student work — a magical extension to reduce your teacher workload! Watch this video for an introduction to Kaizena.
Kaizena Mini has been replace with Kaizena Shortcut. Instead of commenting inside a Google Doc, the new Kaizena Shortcut is a fast way to open your Google Docs on Kaizena.com. Once the Google Doc is open in Kaizena.com, you will be able to comment with voice comments, text comments, lessons and skills just like before.
This change will not affect any existing feedback you’ve provided to students. Both you and your students will still be able to access comments made using the old Kaizena Mini from Kaizena Shortcut.
Kaizena has a few tutorial videos to help you get acquainted with the new Kaizena Shortcut. If it’s been a while since you’ve been to Kaizena.com, they’ve got some new features we think you’ll love. You can explore some of them in a walkthrough video.
These changes make it possible for Kaizena to support commenting and reviewing feedback on their new mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod that will be released in the next few weeks.
If you’ve got a few minutes, check out Kaizena for giving feedback to students today!