edpuzzle t.i.m.e.

1. Objective

After completing this module, the professional learner will be able to:

  1. Find existing video lessons on Edpuzzle
  2. Create new video lessons on Edpuzzle
  3. Add class rosters and assign video lessons to classes on Edpuzzle
2. Support

We would like you to accomplish the tasks listed below.  If you need support, please consider the following resources:

  1. Watching the video tutorial: CLICK
  2. Browse the Edpuzzle Teacher Resources page: CLICK
  3. Asking a colleague around you for assistance.
  4. Asking one of the CBD trainers for assistance.
3. Tasks
  1. Find an Edpuzzle video lesson related to a topic you teach.
    • At the top of the page, click “Search
    • Type your topic in the search bar OR
    • Browse through the listing of videos
    • While hovering over a video, click “Copy” to add the video to your own library or “Use It” to assign the exact video to a class or students
    • Notice that you can view videos by source location on the left (youtube, Khan, Ted, etc.)
  2. Create a video lesson using a link to a youtube video.
    • At the top of the page, click “My Content
    • Locate and select the “Create” button
    • Of the options listed, select “New Video
    • Paste the link (URL) in the search bar to a youtube video that you would like to use
    • Preview your video by clicking the play button
    • NOTE: if at any time you need more help with the tool, select the “Show Me How” button to right of the video
    • Select the red “Cut” button at the top of the page
    • Crop video clip by dragging red meters
    • Select the blue “Audio Track” button at the top of the page
    • Insert your own voice by selecting the blue microphone
    • Select the yellow “Audio Note” button at the top of the page
    • Insert an audio note anywhere in the video my moving the timeline and selecting the yellow microphone
    • Select the green “Quizzes” button at the top of the page
    • Insert a question anywhere in the video my moving the timeline and selecting the green question mark.
    • You can add multiple choice, open response, or simple text comments.
    • To save your progress for later editing, click the green “Save” button
    • To advance to sharing or assigning your video, click the blue “Finish” button
    • If you do not have a roster yet, you can share a link or embed code to your video so that anyone can view it using the “Share with anyone” button
  3. Create a class and roster (NOTE: to maximize the benefit of this step, you may want to pair with colleagues to see the student experience)
    • At the top of the page, click “My Classes
    • On the left, select “Add class” OR “Import from Google Classroom” (this only works if you already have a Google Classroom roster setup)
    • Once your class is created, select “Invite your students
    • NOTE: you cannot manually add students, they MUST add via invite code or Google Classroom
    • Student can join via the code given or the link provided
  4. Assign or share your video lesson
    • Once you have created a class and roster (at least one student necessary), return to the “My Content” tab, and select the video that you desire to assign
    • To assign, click “Assign | Share
    • Select the class and other options

If you finish early, here are extension tasks to try:

  1. Create a demo student account and join your own class
    • As a student, watch the video that you assigned
    • As a student, respond to the questions that you embedded in the video
  2. Grade the student assignment submission, you will need to log back into your teacher account to do this
    • To grade a submission or check progress, return to the “My Classes” tab and select “Progress
    • You can see student progress and grade any submissions
  3. Explore other features such as the Gradebook