EdPUZZLE is an application which allows you to upload a video from libraries such as YouTube or TED and trim it down, while pausing the video to add questions the students must answer.
This application can be used in class or as part of a flipped learning environment and is ideal for teachers that want to make sure that online video assignments are actually being watched and that students are grasping the concepts and information being presented.
Multiple choice questions and ‘teacher view’ options allow you to see how students have performed.
As well as being web-based, Edpuzzle has applications that run in iOS and Chrome, with and android app currently being developed.
For all up to date information and support visit: https://edpuzzle.com
What is Flipboard?
Flipboard allows you to create your own personal magazine by collecting web links, photos, videos, hash tags and twitter feeds. You can then flip through your pages just like a real magazine.
Tried and tested
- From a professional development point of view I’ve created magazines based on my most commonly followed hash tags or individuals twitter feeds.
- For resources which I use with students in class, I created a magazine made up of the tweets from @revisejustmaths. Each page is made up of either a GCSE exam question or solution from their superb tweets.
- Getting students to create there own magazine is where learning is modified and redefined. This can be done in class or as a homework task and creations shared, discussed and moderated amongst peers.