Save time, reduce stress. Streamline planning and supercharge your professional growth with LearnZillion.

Learn how to integrate LearnZillion into your lesson planning process.

In this webinar we talked with Nick Pyzik, elementary school teacher and coach at Tuscarora Elementary School in Ballenger Creek, Maryland. Watch this recording to get Nick’s tips for using LearnZillion to streamline planning and developing classroom practice.

Here are some highlights:

(3:29) – Using one LearnZillion video as a basis for an entire class period of instruction.

(7:41) – Using the “Common Misunderstanding” part of the video lessons to engage student discussion.

(10:32) – Using guided practice and extension activities as a basis for in-class practice.

(12:00) – Personalizing and customizing LearnZillion’d downloadable powerpoint slides to create practice worksheets. Learn how you can do the same in this post: 5 ways to leverage LearnZillion’s Downloadable Slides 

(17:40) How planning and curriculum development can be imbedded in one’s own professional development.

(20:30) Using LearnZillion as a k-5 coach to help teachers transition to the Common Core.

(22:38) Using the LearnZillion math Lesson Plan resources to help teachers do all the planning components mentioned above and differentiate instruction. To learn more about lesson plans, check out this description, and this webinar recording about practical tips for using Lesson Plans.

(26:30) An invitation to viewers to share additional ideas about how they are using LearnZillion. Please email your ideas to feedback@learnzillion.com!

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