Edpuzzle lets you take any video off the web, edit it, add notes and questions for students and  create virtual classrooms where you can monitor student work.

Website: edpuzzle.com

Ranking in the previous surveys:

2021: 46 2020: 125 2019: – 2018: 152 2017: – 2016: 81 2015: 85 2014: 90
2013: – 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –

Comments on Edpuzzle

“To make interactive videos that are engaging for the audience.” Seri Salina Zakri, Instructional Designer, Malaysia, 2021

“Turns any video into an interactive assignment.” Ben Martinez, K12 teacher, USA, 2021

“Beneficial for synchronous and asynchronous learning” Academic Leader, 2020

“a great tool that imposes accountability. You can test your students on videos that you’d like them to watch at home in blended learning situations.” Sara Carlesimo, Web Designer/Teacher, France, 2020

“Adds interactive elements to a range of videos available from multiple sources. Provides students with feedback directly within the video.” Science Teacher, 2020

Quick Guide to Edpuzzle

Here you will find basic guidance and links on how to use Edpuzzle for teaching, training, learning and development.

In education Edpuzzle is used to make any video into a lesson in three easy steps:

  1. Find a video on YouTube, upload your own or re-use a video lesson created by another teacher.
  2. Then, edit the video to create your lesson. Record your voice to personalize it, and hold your students accountable by embedding questions in the video.
  3. Assign the video to your students and check their progress in real time while they learn at their own pace. 

Here’s a video that shows you how to do this.

If you want to make use of YouTube videos you can Install the YouTube Chrome extension to do so.  Here’s more about how to use the extension.

Edpuzzle is a useful tool in remote teaching as this video shows

Further resources

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