I’ve talked before about the amazing potential and uses of EDpuzzle in the flipped classroom…
- utilize instructional videos from a wealth of Internet resources and upload teacher created flipped videos
- crop videos
- add voice instructions to videos
- embed questions in the video
- share video lesson with students via link or email
- embed video into blog or class website
- “I like this much better than doing a quiz after watching the video!”
- “I can rewatch the parts I don’t understand so I can get the question right!”
- “The questions just pop up!”
In addition to completing embedded questions through EDpuzzle, my students were also required to take notes on the video on a Google Doc, which they then submitted to Classroom. (If you’d like to see the Google Doc, please click here.)
Since I use many different tools/websites in my class, I was a bit hesitant to use EDpuzzle…not because I was unsure of the benefits of the tool, but because I was concerned about my students navigating multiple websites to complete an assignment.
Google Classroom to the rescue!
I was able to include the EDpuzzle video activity link on the Google Doc which I distributed to my students through Google Classroom. Potential confusion, averted!
I hope your year is off to a great start, and that you give EDpuzzle a whirl in your classroom!
Thanks for reading 🙂
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