Make Videos more Engaging with @EDpuzzle

Using video in the classroom to help teach ideas is not a new concept. Teachers are now using videos found on the Web or creating videos for students to use as part of a flipped or blended classroom. For many students, learning through video is a relatively passive activity. They might take notes if they’ve been required to do so, but those notes may not capture the intended learning. How can teachers solve this problem? Enter: EDpuzzle, a web-based tool that allows you to embed voice-overs and questions into pre-made videos. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see an example.

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