EDpuzzle is one of my absolute favorite EdTech tools.  Quickly and easily add questions to videos for greater student engagement and accountability.  Use EDpuzzle video lessons in class or flip your classroom by assigning them for students to watch at home.

EdPuzzle Basics

What is EDpuzzle?

EDpuzzle is similar to showing a video and having students complete a handout, but so much better.   

You can use videos you have already created or search from hundreds of resources available through the EDpuzzle site including YouTube, Khan Academy, National Geographic, TED Talks, and more.

How do I do this?

Getting started with EDpuzzle is quick and easy.  Log in and search available content, then get started making your own EDpuzzle videos. 

Why EDpuzzle?

EDpuzzle transforms videos into engaging, interactive lessons.  Students watch videos on their own time, completing questions as they come up during the video.  If students need to review portions of the video in order to answer the questions, they can rewind and rewatch right then and there.  Even better, you get a graded report of their progress.  You'll know who has watched the video and how well each student answered the questions.    

Video Credit: Melissa Hero, Carlmont HS