Education is about building a relationship with your students. Videos are a
powerful tool that could help teachers to have more meaningful time with their
students. However, to create a video from scratch is time consuming and
requires expensive tools. Besides, how do you know if your students are
watching the video or if they understand the lesson?
digitized version of the lecture-driven classroom model, and information
delivery becomes impersonal and passive. Too much effort for not much reward.
Not anymore, with EDpuzzle you can make any video your lesson.
Here are 5
reasons why you should use EDpuzzle:
#1 – Makes any video personal.
own voice, or insert audio notes. Students learn best from people they like. So
explain with your own words and connect with your students. Build your
relationship with your student also through the videos.
they do not know if the message is delivered to the students. Are they watching
the video or chatting on Facebook? With EDpuzzle you can track the amount of
times a student watched a section of the video or if they skipped parts of it.
Any teacher knows that a lesson is an interactive
experience between teacher and student. Well, EDpuzzle makes video delivery an
interactive experience because teachers can build in questions for students to
answer: open ended questions, multiple choice or comments. Now, you can sparkle
their curiosity by asking â€œWhat do you think about this?!â€ in the middle of a
times has that popped in your mind while watching a video on YouTube? With EDpuzzle
you can crop and take only the part that is useful for your lesson. Make it to
YouTube than any teacher. They spend on average 7 hours per day watching media!
Well, EDpuzzle enables teachers to assign their students a project. Students
are empowered with the editing tools to create their own lesson. The teacher
privately receives all the videos created by the students and can give feedback
to each one of them. The cool part is that teachers can save and assign to the
rest of the class any video created by a student.
like YouTube, Khan Academy, Learnzillion, etc. Also, you can find your video
from a repository of lessons with quizzes and comments created and tested by
teachers. But if you already created your own video, EDpuzzle gives you the
possibility to upload your own videos directly from your computer, laptop or
students, and will ease a lot of the frustrations that come with using videos
in the classroom!
fairly intuitive. Besides, if your students do not have an email account, no
problem! They do not need it. They can register with a nickname or just using
their google account. ~ Just click the button below…
feedback. As any other Imagine K12 company, they built this product listening to
teachers like you. So, give it a try and contact them!