Flipping Your Classroom Instruction with Edpuzzle

I’ve recently started doing more flipped classroom instruction to free up more space in class for students to create and conference with me. I try to take the information and give it to them outside of class lectures in some way, whether it’s individually in class, or at home. Edpuzzle has been one of my go-to sites to check student understanding. Here’s a short tutorial of how to embed questions in videos with Edpuzzle.

Published by Lee Tucker

Lee Tucker is a high school English teacher who not only teaches literature and writing but also creates it himself. Lee is a huge fan of fantasy and science fiction, video games, comic books, and all things nerdy.

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