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Okay so I will admit, this app did help my grade when I got easy hundreds and that was a pleasure, however this app isn’t fair in the way it projects the answers. I will have to ask my teacher to resend me the video twice because the app marked questions wrong I got right. For example, one question asked me something it just discussed and I picked the right answer, what I did not know is I had to pick more than one which wasn’t explained properly or at all. Sometimes it will ask a question before the video discusses it and it doesn’t even give you a chance to fix ur mistake. I feel like the app would be better if students could fix their mistakes for points back or at least half points for the question they got wrong. Not allowing students to fix their mistakes doesn’t teach them why they got their answer wrong and it doesn’t encourage them to want to do the assignments provided. This app SHOULD be giving students a grade boost but instead gives them extra stress, wasted time, and poor results.
Honestly, this app I would rather do than do class work with text books and stuff. But, especially on a student’s grade, this app should be more careful with their bugs and glitches because it is risking someone’s grade. There’s bugs, like you can’t answer a question or something and no matter how long you refresh it it won’t work which makes it frustrating and puts a lot of stress, especially when the assignment is due. Another is the multi choice questions. If you change your mind, you press another answer, but it marks it as you chose TWO questions and ends up getting the question wrong. Lastly it is the time. It’s really finicky with the time stamps, so you can’t go back sometimes or sometimes you’re forced to go watch through the whole thing or whatever just to get where you completed. Even though this app has a lot of bugs, would much rather do this than have to carry around a text book everyday..
Ok so a lot of the points I’m gonna bring up might be solely because of my teacher, but I don’t really care. I’ll start out with some pros: -It is functional -Not the worst thing I’ve ever had to use -Gives me some easy grades Now for some cons, which are mainly quality of life: -The fact that “multiple choice” questions function as check lists. Say, for example, you choose an answer, then decide to change it. Instead of only allowing one answer, you end up selecting both answers and getting it wrong. -You don’t know the questions beforehand, keeping you from knowing exactly what to look for -Really finnicky with leaving and coming back, sometimes moving you back three minutes and forcing you to rewatch -Due dates are automatically in red, even if it isn’t late, adding unneeded stress to my poor little boy heart Overall, this app works, but there are plenty of things that could be improved, and in its current state, EdPuzzle is something I dislike.
I did several assignments on this stupid app and for one thing, you can’t skip through the video at all, you’re forced to watch through the whole video, wasting time if you just want to get through the thing, and you have to watch the whole video just to complete the assignment. This app glitched and said I had turned in all of my assignments and when I checked it this weekend it told me I hadn’t finished a video even though it clearly told me I had, I refreshed the page a few times after just to make sure and checked the completed section and it was there. Now this app has possibly cost me points in my class because it decided to glitch and say I didn’t finish the video. I JUST HAD TO FINISH WATCHING THE VIDEO NOT EVEN THE QUESTIONS, I did those already but it still wouldn’t accept that. This app is pointless and I can’t even trust it to work, worst app ever if it glitches because now my work could be counted as late when I did everything before it was due.
I’ve been using this for math since my teacher likes it so we’ve all been signed up on here for about a month. After struggling to complete work for that amount of time, I can confirm this is definitely a bad app. If you have any other device, go to the website. Don’t download this. Pros: • Videos are watchable • Multiple categories for work (Due, Not Due, Completed) making it easy to browse through. •Shows scores on previous completed tasks Cons: • Transitions are delayed and very laggy • Glitches when you have to answer a multiple choice question, shaking the screen and making it impossible to press. If you do press on one, you can’t change it because... • Say you want to change your answer, you can’t. You can choose another answer but it marks it as both of the ones you’ve chosen and you get it wrong. • Videos are not skippable • If you exit video, you have to rewatch a minute or so to catch you back up to where you left off. Overall, a 2/10, don’t download.
Developed by the EDpuzzle, Inc..
Edpuzzle has 558 user reviews.
Edpuzzle has an average rating of 2.0.
The latest version of Edpuzzle (3.3.0) was released on Oct 09, 2019.
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With the Edpuzzle app, your students can benefit from flipped learning wherever they go!
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.
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