Mini-Tech Lesson
Allison B. Peters
EDH 5305
INTENDED OUTCOMES FOR
TODAY & OUTLINE
 Outcomes
 Identify appropriate video use in the classroom.
 Demonstrate editing ...
VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM
BRAINSTORM:
 What makes using videos so attractive in
teaching?
 What are the barriers?
VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM
 Questions to Ask Before Turning to Videos
 Indiana University Center for Innovative Teaching &
...
VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM
 Plan using three phases:
 Phase 1: Provide questions (prompts) that focus your
students on what...
INTRODUCING EDPUZZLE
TEACHING ONLINE?
FLIPPING YOUR CLASSROOM?
EDPUZZLE CAN WORK FOR YOU!
 Edit videos you find online or make yourself
 Choo...
LET’S TAKE A LOOK
Using EdPuzzle to take on long
Ted Talks
featuring
How Great Leaders Inspire
Action by Simon Sinek
NOW YOU TRY!
 Let’s do one together!
 On left, click add a class & type in any title you want.
Click the checkmark to cr...
A FEW DRAWBACKS
 Editing videos after posting as a class assignment
is difficult
 Copyright & content concerns
 Sharing...
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
 Assign the video to students and send it to them
(access codes to keep content safe) OR Share a
dire...
RESOURCES ON BLACKBOARD
 Links to video tutorials on YouTube
 Overview handout
 Link to this presentation on SlideShare
How could you use it in your course?
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EdPuzzle - A Learning Tech Mini-Lesson

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Information, benefits and drawbacks, and an activity to explore EdPuzzle, an online tool for editing your own and online videos and assessing learning through quizzes and projects.

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EdPuzzle - A Learning Tech Mini-Lesson

  1. 1. Mini-Tech Lesson Allison B. Peters EDH 5305
  2. 2. INTENDED OUTCOMES FOR TODAY & OUTLINE  Outcomes  Identify appropriate video use in the classroom.  Demonstrate editing techniques using an app.  Add quiz questions to a video for online learning.  Outline  Discuss videos in instruction  Introduce EdPuzzle  Play with EdPuzzle together  Discuss potential benefits & drawbacks  Connect to resources
  3. 3. VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM BRAINSTORM:  What makes using videos so attractive in teaching?  What are the barriers?
  4. 4. VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM  Questions to Ask Before Turning to Videos  Indiana University Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning  What do you hope students will learn?  How you will help the students learn?  How you will know whether they have done so?  Then start planning.
  5. 5. VIDEOS IN THE CLASSROOM  Plan using three phases:  Phase 1: Provide questions (prompts) that focus your students on what you believe is important in the video. Consider why you are having them watch the video, and what you hope they will learn from watching it. You can list the prompts on the board or on a worksheet that you hand out in class or post online before class. You can have students write down their answers or submit them using electronic resources (see below for ideas).  Phase 2: Watch the video as a class. Don’t be afraid to stop the video to point out something important if you think it will be useful to the students. Model the engagement with the video that you desire from your students.  Phase 3: Debrief as a class or in small groups about the students’ answers to the prompts you gave them. Make sure that they have achieved your goals for having them watch the video.
  6. 6. INTRODUCING EDPUZZLE
  7. 7. TEACHING ONLINE? FLIPPING YOUR CLASSROOM? EDPUZZLE CAN WORK FOR YOU!  Edit videos you find online or make yourself  Choose start and end points  Add your voice/video commentary  Add quiz questions  Post for viewing outside of class, track views, assess learning OR use in class
  8. 8. LET’S TAKE A LOOK Using EdPuzzle to take on long Ted Talks featuring How Great Leaders Inspire Action by Simon Sinek
  9. 9. NOW YOU TRY!  Let’s do one together!  On left, click add a class & type in any title you want. Click the checkmark to create the class.  Click “My Content” at the top.  Click “+Create” and “New Video” from the pull-down list.  Search for any video you want. Hover over a video and click “Use It”.  Drag the Orange tabs to the right and left to select your start and end point. Click Save.  Click SAVE at the top when you are done editing your video & quiz. Click FINISH to exit. Want to add a quiz question? • Click the ? at the top. • Drag the Green question tab to a point in the video where you want a question. Click the ? on the tab to insert a quiz question. • Choose your question type and add your question. • Click Save in the question box to add your question.
  10. 10. A FEW DRAWBACKS  Editing videos after posting as a class assignment is difficult  Copyright & content concerns  Sharing video commentary with individual students is challenging  Unclear how students receive feedback after quizzes  Teacher-made videos are not private – but student-made videos as part of a designed lesson are
  11. 11. ADDITIONAL FEATURES  Assign the video to students and send it to them (access codes to keep content safe) OR Share a direct link - COMMUNICATE  Track progress, completion, and quiz scores - ASSESSMENT  View it as a student; very handy to check your work – SELF-ASSESSMENT  Edit videos and quizzes for future use – PLAN FOR THE FUTURE
  12. 12. RESOURCES ON BLACKBOARD  Links to video tutorials on YouTube  Overview handout  Link to this presentation on SlideShare
  13. 13. How could you use it in your course?

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