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 love our 💀spooky video?

  • How to make your videos spooky– Want to make a creepy, scary, suspenseful, chilling video? Read this blog post on how to give your audience that bone-chilling fright! 😱
  • Try this! Halloween motion titles and spooky sounds and images“Eerie,” “ghost,” “scream.” Search the WeVideo Essentials library for spooky things to add to your videos, and top it off with a Halloween motion title.Search “Halloween” in WeVideo Essentials to get the video of the zombie arm and add the Halloween motion title on top.

Video ideas to transform your classroom and school:

Things to noodle on:

  • Student Voice: Finding the courage to tell your storyAre you looking for ways for students to exercise their voice for impact? The 2019 Global Student Voice Film Festival 2019 has launched! This year’s film theme is “Activating Change.” Find out more!
  • Preparing the next generation of leaders at Oswego, New YorkFind out how super star teacher, Nick Little, leads his students with the adoption of The Leader in Me–The Seven Habits of Happy Kids developed by the Steven Covey Foundation–aimed at promoting student leadership skills.
  • Kindness caught on cameraCheck out this fascinating social experiment that Matthew Baganz and his students devised involving a hidden camera, student actors, and a plan to see if a passerbys would help someone in need.

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Have a spooky October 👻!

🎃 , The WeVideo Education Team