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Have you ever suspected that your students might not be actually hanging on every word of your instructional video?
Most videos from popular sources already have interactive content made available to you by other teachers. Interactive content comes in the form of embedded notes and questions that you can add anywhere in the video. The students must respond before continuing the video. You can use other teachers' edited versions in your classroom, change it up just a little (or a lot) by editing their versions to make them your own, or create your own questions from scratch.
Please do not limit Edpuzzle to remote instruction use. Use it in your regular classroom, as makeup work for students who are absent, for substitute plans when you are out, and/or to flip your classroom...so many options!
And just when you think that it couldn't get any better...Edpuzzle grades student responses for you. Your video can be the lesson! You can also sync Edpuzzle with Google Classroom (or create your class/classes directly in Edpuzzle) to get all kinds of data on the videos watched by your students. If you question whether your students are even watching your videos, wonder no more! Be sure to see a sample from one of my classes below.
We went PRO!
Sam Rayburn Elementary or
Rayburn High School
If you accidentally joined Sam Rayburn High School, let me know and I can have them change your school. You will not lose any of your videos that you have already stored.