- Welcome to SHS/SFA Tech Tuesdays 2015-2016
- Tech Tuesday – Digitally Communicating with Parents
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 200: 3 Free Options for Flipping With Your Mac
- Tech Tuesday – ELA Content-Area Tech Integration
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – ELA Content-Area Tech Integration Ideas
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 107 – Getting Started
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 202: Borrowing Media from Trusted Providers
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Customizing Borrowed Media from Trusted Providers
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Math Content-Area Tech Integration
- A look at the second-semester Tech Tuesday schedule
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 501 – Introduction to Assessment Using Rubrics
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 216b: Voice-Free Videos with PowToons
- Tech Tuesday – Social Studies Content-Area Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – PBL 502 – Building Better Rubrics
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 502 – Building Better Rubrics
- Tech Tuesday – Science Content-Area Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – PBL 301- Group Work vs. Collaboration
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 419- Small-Group Differentiated Instruction in Edmodo
- Tech Tuesday – World Languages Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 405p- EdPuzzle for Video Quizzing and Lesson Mastery
Track how much of a video students watched; prevent multitasking and build formative assessments into video checkpoints… that’s EdPuzzle! The best part? You don’t even need a new account! Learn how to use EdPuzzle to measure students’ mastery of content from videos.
Agenda & Corresponding Online Resources
- Signing in using an existing Edmodo account
- Creating an EdPuzzle “class” so you can track student progress
- Creating your first video lesson by annotating uploaded videos with audio notes and comprehension checks/questions
- Embedding the EdPuzzle Video into Edmodo
- Because of our school’s internet filtering, students will not be able to view EdPuzzles created from YouTube videos. You will need to upload video files yourself to guarantee student access.
- Using EdPuzzle, students cannot download the video for offline use. So, if you’re accommodating students without WiFi service at home, EdPuzzle may not make a good homework assignment.
- You don’t have to flip your class to use EdPuzzle; many teachers use this in-class so they can monitor student comprehension of a video before they go into higher-level aspects of a lesson. So, teachers can use this to model film analysis/study before the class discusses or writes about the film.