Feature Update

We’ve Removed Bookmarks

Today, we removed bookmarks from ClassHook in favor of playlists. We’ve had both ways of organizing clips available to educators for a long time. However, we found that there were a lot of overlapping features, and it was creating confusion. So we decided to remove bookmarks to make your experience on ClassHook better. In terms […]

Introducing Live Discussions on ClassHook

Involve your entire class in the discussion. At ClassHook, we help educators find and effectively use videos in their lessons to boost student engagement and retention. Today, we’re excited to announce that you can now create more active, discussion-based learning experiences for your students on ClassHook. Introducing Live Discussions! Live Discussions are a simple and […]

Introducing a New and Improved ClassHook

Since the early days of ClassHook, we’ve been attentive to the educator experience. Our goal was to create a product that was intuitive, easy-to-use, fast, and most importantly, solved the problem of finding highly relevant educational content that engages students. Over the past few months, we’ve reassessed our product and noted that our fundamental design […]

Enhance Your Personal Clips with Pause Prompts

Last month, ClassHook released Personal Clips to help educators organize and manage videos they find all over the web. While educators have enjoyed the streamlined video management experience, we received feedback that indicated their interest in adding Pause Prompts to their own videos. Today, we’re excited to announce that you can now add Pause Prompts […]

Introducing Pause Prompts

Educators face many challenges when showing videos in their classrooms. Students don’t always pay attention, and not all of your students will fully understand the content of the video. As a result, many teachers pause the video at key moments to check for student understanding and address misconceptions before playing the rest of the video. […]