We have also seen a lot of creative, smart and touching videos made by students from elementary to high schools. That is why we got really excited when we heard about the White House Student Film Festival, where the White House is calling out for K-12 students to submit short movies about the use of technology in the classroom.
With WeVideo, teaching and learning are being accelerated by increasing engagement and retention of subject matter, creative projects supporting collaboration, communication and reflection around video projects.
The video must be max 3 minute long and should address one of the following themes:
- How you currently use technology in your classroom or school
- The role technology will play in education in the future
To support the White House Student Film Festival, WeVideo has made a dedicated webpage where young film directors using WeVideo, with parental approval, can submit their public video links. WeVideo will export the video to Vimeo on a WeVideo account and the film director will receive an email with the link to the Vimeo movie that can be submitted to the White House Film Festival.
By doing this you are entering into two film festivals! We also have great prizes in the WeVideo Film Festival. Read more on this web-page where you can also submit your entry.