Teachers can also upload their own videos or videos from sites like YouTube and create new lessons.
There is also a way to track student progress. When a teacher logs in, they can see who viewed the video, how many questions students attempted and the answers that they provided.
|TED-Ed video with supplementary materials|
For example, here is a popular video about the origin of franchises.
It is a talk by journalist and writer Sir Harold Evans illustrated by Sunni Brown. It comes with a multiple choice "Quick Quiz" about the video as well as two open ended questions of varying difficulty "Think" and "Dig Deeper."
By clicking on the "Flip This Lesson" button, the teacher can customize the lesson by deciding on which of the existing materials they want to keep. They can also create new open-ended questions and add additional readings or activities to the lesson.
Watch the website tour below to learn more.