- October 31, 2016
- Posted by: Jamie Russell
Do you show short video clips in your classroom? EDpuzzle allows teachers to crop videos from organizations such as Khan Academy, Learn Zillion, YouTube,Ted Talks, and a few others in an easy format while also adding audio notes, quizzes, or audio voiceovers. EDpuzzle also allows teachers to pause a video until receiving student responses. You can use this tool for whole-group, small group, and differentiated instruction.
Earn Your Stripe!
- Go to www.Edpuzzle.com.
- Sign Up as a Teacher using your Google Account.
- Add students.
- EDpuzzle will run you through an automatic tutorial.
- Search for a video that you would like to use, or you can exit out and search for one later.
- Once you have selected a video, click â€œUse It.â€ You will now be directed to the editing page.
- The options for what you can do to the video are at the top of the web page.
- At intermittent points, click â€œSaveâ€ at the top right-hand side of this screen. It does not automatically save.
- Once you have finished, click finish.
- The next screen will allow you to assign it.
- Attach the link to an EDpuzzle that you create to earn the points for this badge.
(Created by Stephanie Werner).
Alignment to the ISTE Standards and to SAMR is intended to help teachers understand the roles these technologies have in creating learning experiences. They are not meant to be concrete classifiers. Any other suggestions on the alignment of these may be forwarded to theÂ Instructional Tech Dept.Â ISTE Standards for Students, Â©2016, ISTEÂ® (International Society for Technology in Education), iste.org. All rights reserved.
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