As we continue our journey into Digital Etiquette and beyond, 3rd graders explored the concept of Rings of Responsibility in tech class.
It was, if I do say so myself, a beautiful marriage of two platforms, brought together in flawless execution for a most memorable experience.
Well, at least it was definitely not flawlessly executed. Gotta love technology for that! It was a beautiful marriage of two platforms, though!
Yes, you can even set it so that kids can't go past a question without answering it.
The question types in the platform are open ended questions and multiple choice. The multiple choice questions are self-grading, which is awesome.
The feature that made this such a beautiful marriage is the note feature. Right at the end of the video, I added a note (not a question, but same set-up) that said "Go to Seesaw to complete the activity."
EdPuzzle has a free platform and a paid platform, and right now you can get the paid platform free until July. Definitely worth checking out!
This post wouldn't be complete without a plug for Common Sense Media. So many of my Digital Citizenship lesson plans utilize CSM resources that are so user friendly and fun!