EdPuzzle is a tool you should check out if you use videos in the classroom because it allow you to create custom integrated assessments within video content that you want your student to watch. They allow you to check for student’s video comprehension of the concepts being conveyed immediately, while the student is watching the video. Teachers will get feedback for each student, based on these student responses. EdPuzzle allows users to search video content from YouTube, Khan Academy, LearnZillion, National Geographic, TED, Veritasium, Numberphile, Crash Course, and Vimeo. Teacher created video lessons are public and searchable in EDPuzzle. A huge bonus is….. it is a free tool.
Here is a list of a few of the things Edpuzzle can do:
can crop videos
can embed multiple choice questions, text slide/cards, image slide/cards, and links to video content
- Instructor can record audio over the video
Teacher can share via email, link, embedding, and social media outlets
Students can login with their Google credentials if you want to collect data OR as guest if you do not want to collect data
Check out the EdPuzzle Help Blog if you have more questions.