In the previous post, we shared 3 simple video creation tools for you to try. But once you've made videos that you want to integrate into your course, how do you make sure that your students stay engaged, and watch the entire video?
In the past we've talked about using Easter Eggs as a strategy (as your Psychology colleagues can assure you, intermittent reinforcement is a powerful tool), but there are actually technologies available that allow you to insert questions for students to answer right within the video! This (1) keeps them engaged, and (2) holds them accountable.
Two popular tools for creating interactive videos are Edpuzzle and PlayPosit. Here are a few resources for you (including a Tech Tuesday post from 2019...):
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