Here comes the fourth post of the “Let’s share!” series!

This week, we will be focusing on tools for making videos interactive. As we all know, videos are great tools to deliver instructions or content, to activate schemata or to check learning but they might result in a passive experience for our students if we do not make them interactive. Fortunately, there are some websites or tools to create interactive online videos by enabling teachers to embed either open-ended or multiple-choice questions, audio notes, audio tracks, or comments on a video.

Below you can find our favorite tools for making videos interactive:

• Edpuzzle:
• Hihaho:
• Classhook:
• Loom: (Screen recording)
• Screencast-o-matic: (Screen recording)
• Prezi:

What about yours? Please comment on this post to share yours with all of us 🙂