Assessment + Feedback in EdPuzzle

When I started using Edpuzzle years ago it was, I’ll shamefully admit, to make sure my students were complying with my directions to watch a video. But I soon discovered that the questions that you can embed in those videos are really good for formative assessment and providing feedback (or feedforward as I often call it).

There are 4 different ways that you can assess your students and/or give them feedback in Edpuzzle:

  1. Multiple-choice questions are auto-graded.
  2. You can mark questions correct (✔️) or incorrect (✖️).
  3. You can assign a percentage score to a response (i.e., 50% for half-correct).
  4. You can provide typed feedback.

My secret weapon, though, is this little efficiency hack. As you’ll see in the EduGIF below, marking questions as correct using the ✔️ can be kind of time-consuming. Instead, I skip over any correct answers and, once I’ve looked at them all, I click the “Mark Ungraded as Correct” button. And voila, Edpuzzle takes it from there!

It does take a handful of seconds, or even a few minutes, to go magically mark them as correct, but I can use that time to get a sip of coffee or eat a few peanut butter M&Ms.

Check out this process in the EduGIF below:

This animated GIF shows a screencast of the assessment and feedback options in Edpuzzle.

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Jake Miller

Jake is the host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, the #EduGIF Guy, a Tech Integration Coach, speaker, Former STEM, Math & Science Teacher, and a presenter.

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