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Engaging Assessment

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As teachers, we want to engage students in their learning.  We also want to keep track of their learning.  It can be difficult to find enjoyable ways of assessing students.  Luckily EDpuzzle fills this brief.  EDpuzzle allows teachers to use their own video or existing videos (eg. Youtube) to create interactive lessons.

Teachers can add their own questions throughout videos:edpuzzle questions

Answers and other statistics can then be viewed by educators:edpuzzle stats

This resource also helps to create a self-paced learning environment.  I think this resource would be an amazing tool to use in the classroom.  However, I would probably need to wait until I have my own classroom.  This is because accessing EDpuzzle requires teachers and students to have a Google or Edmodo account.

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