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Does anybody use LearnZillion? Curious to hear how it is used.

Does anybody use LearnZillion? Curious to hear how it is used.

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Who uses LearnZillion in their classroom? They have some high-quality videos from great teachers. One example I know: Victoria from VA just took this LearnZillion video on solving algebraic expressions by substitution and used eduCanon to embed HER own questions into the video.

http://educanon.com/public/185/4418?edutopia

Curious to hear how others use LearnZillion!


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Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Edcamper, Former @Edutopia, Founder of Social Media Marketing Consultancy aimed at helping educational orgs.

We recently highlighted Learnzillion for their Common Core Lesson Plans:

LearnZillion Common Core Lesson Plans (read more: http://www.edutopia.org/common-core-state-standards-resources)
Another place to look for high-quality teacher-produced lesson plans that align to the CCSS is LearnZillion, a learning platform that combines video lessons, assessments, and progress reporting -- it's like the Khan Academy of Common Core. In addition to sortable Math and ELA video lessons, they offer a handy Common Core navigator. This organization has a great backstory -- started by a public school in Washington D.C. as a home-grown repository for screencast lessons made by their teachers, they caught the attention of edtech funders and ended up with seed money to take their idea to a national level. Watch a video or read a blog and hear a podcast from Marketplace about LearnZillion.

We'll also ask around and see get others to weigh in on their experiences with it.

Janet's picture

I use it frequently in my third grade classroom. It gives a thorough explanation with video while the audio is slow and easy to understand. My kids are engaged. Most of the common core standards are indexed.

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