Resource Introduction: Zaption

Videos now become quizzes with Zaption! Add questions directly into videos!

What is it?

Zaption enables teachers to add interactive elements to videos. These elements include text and image slides, drawings, and three types of questions: open response, multiple choice, and checkbox. Teachers can share those videos with students and track their progress through answering the questions. All of this is free and requires only a Google login. A premium upgrade will provide more features, but unlike some free-to-premium services, the free version is very likely all you’ll need. Zaption also offers a gallery of finished lessons.

How can I use it?

Add a video from YouTube or elsewhere and add any of the interactive elements above. Comprehension questions? Sure! Images to enhance content? Sure! Use these elements to convert lessons into interactive experiences and make a flipped classroom more than simply students watching TV.

Who’s using it?

Check out these teachers that know and use Zaption in your school. Ask them for help!

At Southview, Lisa Sobb and Shelley Bielak

Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to

Check out Klista Rader’s video tutorial to get started!

Resource Links

Zaption Home Page

Zaption Web Store Download

Zaption YouTube Channel

Zaption Help Center

“How to Create a Zaption Tour” (video 4:18)

Lisa Sobb’s “La del Facebook” Video Lesson

Alex Clarkson’s “How Do Wounds Heal?” Video Lesson

Author: Alexander Clarkson

After ten years of teaching English language arts at Southview High School and three years at McCord Junior High School, Alex is the first digital instruction specialist for Sylvania Schools. He moves from building to building helping teachers reach and engage their students through digital learning.

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