If you are an educator who likes to pull a lot of videos from YouTube or other online sources for your students, you need to check out EDpuzzle!!
Edpuzzle gives you the ability to search any online video and make it your own by adding personalized audio, true/false, multiple choice, or text response questions during the video, and it allows users to crop parts of the video out. This turns a video into a interactive experience and requires individualized student application while watching the video.
Teachers have the ability to allow students to create a login, which will allow the teacher to view many powerful analytics. If teachers do not want students to have logins, students can still watch the videos and take part in the interactive tools, but responses and analytics will not be saved.
Videos can be found from sources such as: YouTube, Khan Academy, National Geographic, Ted Ed, Vimeo, LearnZillion, and quite a few more sites.
Take flipping your classroom to a whole new level with Edpuzzle. Finding and creating your own personalized videos cannot get any easier, and your students will be more engaged with those videos that you share. Check out a few sample videos I found below.
*The video contains 3 questions, but audio clips can be added as well.