ClickView was one of the first fifteen things that caught my eye during last week’s ISTE Live conference. It’s a tool that you can use to create interactive video lessons with videos you’ve made as well as with videos you find online. There are other tools like ClickView available to teachers. What caught my attention was the clean and simple interface of ClickView.
In ClickView you can add short answer, multiple choice, and true/false questions into the timeline of a video. You can also add annotations to a video in the ClickView editor. A feature of ClickView that many teachers will like is the ability to prevent students from skipping ahead to simply guess at the answers instead of actually watching the video. Your completed ClickView lessons can be shared to Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, or any other LMS of your choosing.
In the short video that is embedded below I demonstrate the basics of how to use ClickView to create an interactive video lesson.