With the Edpuzzle app, your students can benefit from flipped learning wherever they go!
For teachers, Edpuzzle allows you to make any video your lesson. Embed your own questions, voiceover or audio notes in videos from a wide variety of sources including TED Ed, Khan Academy and YouTube, or upload your own. Your students will love it!
The app for students is perfect for frequently absent students, as they'll be able to complete their video lessons anywhere they go – it's a total game-changer.
So have your students download the Edpuzzle app so they can join your flipped classroom anywhere, anytime, and don't forget to leave us your reviews!
Check out our new and improved iOS app! It now supports open classroom, live mode, closed captions and voiceover, is compatible with Canvas and Schoology, and we got rid of those pesky bugs!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This has to be one of the most horribly designed apps on the App Store. It’s mind boggling how much of a buggy mess this app is. It cannot be that hard to design a video-playing app for mobile devices that doesn’t stall for 2 minutes and reset the video every time your device orientation flips. If you accidentally exit the video, unfortunate for you because you will now have to rewatch the last 2-6 minutes of video and constantly click through questions you have already answered. The fact that they don’t have an answer mode that distinguishes between single answer and multiple answers leads to a lot of wrong answers from thinking you had unselected an answer choice (or thinking the app would automatically do it for you when you select a different answer, like anything with good design would have). This feels like an app created by some amateur company run by maybe up to 3 people, yet it’s widely used (at least in my schools) by many teachers. Disgusting.
Could be better...
I get the purpose of this app and in concept it’s very useful. It can be a very valuable tool in the classroom because it lets you answer questions as you watch the video. I’ve gotten some pretty easy grades from this app. However there are many aspects of this app that make it rather inconvenient. The app tends to lag when you tilt your screen or try to do full screen mode. The time stamps can be pretty finicky. When I speed through the video to get to a part with important information it will sometimes glitch and send me back to the beginning. The way the multiple choice questions are set up can also be inconvenient. They are all set up as checklists. When I try to change my answer by clicking on another one it will highlight both answers. The questions don’t always clarify how many answers are needed so this can be problematic. Overall I think the app is alright at best. While these aspects don’t completely diminish the app’s usefulness, they make using it a tedious experience.
Fellow teachers & administrators!
To all school faculty members, this app works amazingly well. There may have been bugs in the past, but it works smoothly now. In fact, I would say the only bug is that it pestered so many young people to lash out against it. So many of the reviews for this app come the scorn of students. Teacher do not want students to skip through the videos. Teachers can see how much of the video each student watched along with how many times they view segments. Teacher see what questions students missed and got correct. Students do see the mistakes they make. Students can see the results and even review the videos.
How do I know this? I am a teacher that always tests the technology out thoroughly to make sure students can use it easily. Plus, I like to troubleshoot any problems they may have when using unfamiliar tools. This app works.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.