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Using Kaizena for Long-Term Projects

Michael mainly uses Kaizena in his Human Geography class, where he practices project-based learning. Over the span of the term, his students are put into small groups and tasked with writing a report that answers the question: “How Can We Improve the Health of Our Community?”

Using Kaizena to Build Relationships

"Grading has become a way for me to build and further my relationships with my students. Not only do they get the pointers and tips they need to improve their writing, but the entire process is a way for us to bond with each other!"

“I’ll take `No Pronouns’ for $800, Alex.”

Teaching a style of writing is both an art and science. Using skills and rubrics, you can teach and assess students' level of mastery. This article will walk you through the process using a science lens.