Video Newsletter: A gift of resources, December 2018

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

Dear Educators, Seasons greetings, educators! Our spirits are brimming with joy to share with you the brand new release of the Education Resource Hub. You’ll find lesson plans, video inspiration and tutorials submitted by educators like you! Santa will tell you all about it in our video. Check out our featured resources: Featured lesson plan: “Approaching Adulthood” podcast hyperdoc– This …

Video Newsletter: A cozy time for reflection with WeVideo Galleries, November 2018

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

Dear Educators, November is a great time for reflection. Pull together videos made from your students in the gallery and playlist feature of WeVideo. Share it with students, staffs, or like how this turkey son shared his videos with his turkey mom. And of course, WeVideo has you covered with privacy features, so only the people you want to see …

4 ways to showcase student work with WeVideo galleries and playlists

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

WeVideo galleries and playlists are a great way to showcase the amazing things happening in the classroom and greater school community. You can create playlists directly from finished videos and share videos within the privacy of your classroom, school, or district accounts. 4 ways to use the WeVideo gallery and playlists 1) Support school initiatives with monthly themed playlists  galleries …

Video Newsletter: Spooky video tips and more, October 2018

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

Dear Educators, Our QA engineer, Eddie, turned into a zombie 🧟, but he’s still pretty helpful around here! Check out this month’s newsletter full of things like how to make scary videos, setting the tone for parent teacher conferences, and more! And like Zombie Eddie says, you’re welcome to join us in our WeVideo for Educators Facebook group. Muahahahhaha! Did you …

How to make your videos spooky

Emily Tsay for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

What makes a scary video, scary? Let’s break it down. Build tension Let’s take a look at this scary movie clip from the Japanese supernatural horror film, Ju-on: The Grudge. Notice how it’s about a full 2 minutes of build up before it gets to the scary woman coming out of the sheets. While watching the scene, take notes on …

Video Newsletter: Magic tricks and project ideas galore, September 2018

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

Dear Educators, This September newsletter is chock full of project ideas and inspiration for your classroom. From student reflection to digital storytelling, to adding sound effects to your video, there are a ton of ideas to start your fall with introspection, creativity, and expression! Check out our video (with some very special ? magic (video) tricks✨, that you can do too!) …

20 words to search for in the WeVideo Essentials Audio Library

Emily Tsay for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

“Pop!” “Splash!” “[The sound of the wind]”       Don’t you wish you had the ability to add all sorts of sound effects and music to your video project? Guess what, in WeVideo, you have over 110,000+ audio files to choose from! That includes music, sound effects, and audio loops. Try searching for these 20 words in WeVideo Essentials …

Jumpstart video creation in classrooms with WeVideo’s Digital Storytelling Toolkit

Allison Recker for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

At WeVideo we firmly believe that every students’ voice is important, that every student has a story to tell, and that every student has the power to make a positive impact in the world. In today’s classrooms, it’s becoming more and more important to provide supportive learning environments where all students are encouraged to discover their voice and communicate their …

WeVideo drives authentic learning experiences

Answer these 5 questions to unlock authentic learning experiences

Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

Imagine how motivated students would be if we stopped assigning work and instead provided opportunities for them to create amazing things that make them feel proud. That’s what we strive to achieve through authentic learning experiences. Authentic learning starts when students engage in learning that is both meaningful to them and related to the world they experience outside the classroom. …

How to make a back-to-school video to get your students excited for the year

Emily Tsay for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

Teachers! It’s the beginning of the school year. A time when we’re busy setting those foundational aspects of our classroom to make for a strong classroom environment to survive the trials and triumphs of true discovery, failure, and learning that will take place over the year. Things like setting expectations, classroom norms, building excitement for the learning that will happen, …