Ted Ed

The TED-Ed platform allows users to take any TED Talk, TED-Ed Lesson or educational video and easily create customized questions and discussions around the video. Users can then distribute these lessons, publicly or privately, and track their impact on the world, a class or an individual student. Below is a video tutoral covering the basics of using a premade lesson or creating your own.


TED-Ed website

To use TED-Ed create an account by clicking Register top right corner.
Once you have an account you can save lessons or create your own lessons. If you save a lesson you can edit it to match your objectives or use it as is.
TED-Ed does not have embed codes like many of the other sites I have shown you so you will need to put a link on your Canvas page to access the lesson. To get the link go to your lesson dashboard and find share under the lesson you want. Copy the link and paste it on your Canvas page.
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Class Dojo

When I first saw Class Dojo I thought of it as more of an elementary tool partially because of it look. However after talking with a few secondary teachers who use it and doing a little research I think this would be a great tool for you to use for positive and corrective feedback for students,parents and yourselves. It would also work great for our PBIS. Basically it gives you a way to give positive or negative points for student behavior and classroom expectations. It also has a way to build student portfolios. It is completely customizable for you to create your own criteria and point values. The other nice thing is it is completely FREE. Below are links to Class Dojo's website and Youtube videos for ideas and instructions.

https://www.classdojo.com/
Class Dojo YouTube Channel

This is a really good overview of Class Dojo with how to set it up and it's different features.