One of the local PGCAP people told me they thought Martin stopped video and then asked the students to do some questions. This turned out to be a misunderstanding.
It turned out that it is possible to embed questions into videos. See this example I have made
I really liked what I saw of edpuzzle. There is an equation editor, which seems to use latex to create the questions. There is only the possibility of making multiple choice questions, but that should be fine. you.
It was easy to:
- crop the video (a similar system to the editor in youtube)
- add a question at a point in the time line of the video.
- add audio commentary at various points in the timeline
It is a useful tool, if I want to comment on a video made by another person. The ability to add audio clips is very useful, because I may want to make a comparison between the video and something I have covered in the class.