EDpuzzle Examples

EDPuzzle is an innovative site (and app) that lets you take just about any video off the web, edit it down to the portions you want, add audio notes and questions for students, and create virtual classrooms where you can monitor individual student work. It is free. As students watch, teachers can check understanding and ensure active watching vs. passive watching. In a flipped scenario, this gives you the ability to completely tailor a lesson the next day based on the formative assessment results you get from homework. 

  • Create an instructional video. (I use iMovie because it allows the combining of video AND still images like the recorder piece)
  • Crop the video and use only what you need.
  • Add your voice - Record audio notes or explain a video with your voice.
  • Embed quizzes - Add questions at any time during the video
  • Track student progress, collects student assessment data and compiles it into reports showing learning trends by class as well as individual student progress.
  • Embed in LMS or blog.
  • Features "No skipping" - students must work through entire video
  • View students' total time spent on a lesson and progress.
  • Free version: unlimited use  - no limit to classes, videos, projects, students, etc. 

Go here to view a tutorial and additional details about EDPuzzle. 

Here are three example videos:

Here is a student - created tutorial example:

For an Interactive video assessment tools review and comparison between EDpuzzle, eduCanon, and Zaption, go here.

Subpages (1): EDpuzzle Workshop