How To Use Edpuzzle And How to get Edpuzzle answers
Edpuzzle can be used in a variety of ways in the classroom. To begin, annotated video content will be used to aid learning. Students may engage with video classes on a deeper level using Edpuzzle video lessons, increasing their overall learning and engagement. Students will be able to apply their creative and critical thinking skills to respond to the embedded questions thanks to the open-ended inquiries. Students can enter their replies or record audio responses.
Quick formative assessments can be conducted in class using Edpuzzle video lessons. Teachers, for example, can create their own movies and include questions to assess students’ understanding. Teachers will be able to observe where students have learning challenges as they submit their Edpuzzle answers, and will be able to provide tailored feedback accordingly. Teachers can make educated decisions about future lessons based on student reactions.
Teachers can simply create and distribute screencasts with Edpuzzle’s simple recording feature. You can capture screencasts to utilize with your students in class as a teacher. You can, for example, create step-by-step tutorials, explainer videos, and guides that walk students through the steps of solving a specific (math) problem, learning how to utilize an educational tool, and so on.
Edpuzzle sign up and login
In Edpuzzle, you can register as either a teacher or a student. Teachers can sign up using their Google account or their personal email address. You’ll also need to enter your school’s name. Verify your email by clicking on the link Edpuzzle provides you to fully access Edpuzzle features.
How you can create screencasts using Edpuzzle
The procedure is basic and straightforward. To begin, download the Edpuzzle Chrome extension from the Chrome web store. Once Edpuzzle is installed, go to the home page and choose Add content in the top right corner. After that, go to ‘Record video’ and select whether you want to record a tab, desktop, or ‘camera alone,’ then hit ‘Start recording.’
When you’re finished, click Stop recording, and you’ll be taken to a page where you can customize your screencast. Choose a thumbnail for your video, then trim or clip off the bits you don’t want before clicking ‘Upload video.’
You can edit your screencast in Edpuzzle editor after it’s been submitted. You could, for example, replace the audio in your video with a voiceover. When building step-by-step instructions, this is extremely useful.
Create a class in Edpuzzle: How to do that
Log in to your Edpuzzle account and select ‘My classes’ from the left-hand sidebar to start creating a class. To create a new class, go to ‘Create new class’ and fill out the form (e.g., name, description, grade level, subject, and class type). Choose the Classic option. After you’ve created your class, you can begin adding video lessons and tasks. You can also change the name of your class, lock it, and archive it.
How to invite students to join your class in Edpuzzle
To invite students to attend your class, go to your class’s ‘Invite students’ button, copy the generated code, and send it to students through email. If your students already have an Edpuzzle account, they can simply go to your class and enter the code you provided. If they haven’t already done so, they must register and enter the class code when prompted.
Alternatively, you can link your Edpuzzle to your LMS class. To do so, go to the left-hand side’s ‘My classes tab’ and select the LMS you use with your students. Edpuzzle is integrated with Google Classroom, Canvas, Schoology, Moodle, Clever, Blackboard, and Powerschool as of this writing.
How to grade Edpuzzle Answers
Multiple-choice responses in Edpuzzle are automatically assessed, but open-ended questions are not. Manual grading is required by the teachers. In Edpuzzle, here’s how you evaluate open-ended questions:
• Create a new class • Choose a video lesson to grade
• Select Answers from the drop-down menu.
• Read or listen to audio responses and mark Edpuzzle answers as correct or incorrect using the checkbox on the right.
• To provide feedback to students, click on comment.
• When you’re finished, you’ll be able to get a breakdown of the students’ responses.
How to check students progress in Edpuzzle
Edpuzzle Analytics gives you valuable information on your students’ performance, allowing you to make educated decisions about how to proceed with your video courses in the future. To monitor a student’s progress, do the following: Open a class and select a video lesson from the drop-down menu. You can view students’ responses as a class on the video assignment page, or you can click on a student’s name to receive their individual progress report. For example, their grade, the percentage of the video they viewed, the number of correct answers, the amount of time they spent watching the video, and the date they turned in the assignment.