Dee is a Google Certified Trainer and Innovator and specializes in creative applications for mobile devices and Chromebooks, low-cost makerspaces, and gamified learning experiences.
Sarah provides advice on how to implement technology in the classroom from a leadership perspective and also shares her passion for EdCamps.
Andrew shares how he leverages blended learning, the power of play, and design thinking to support and ignite student curiosity.
Ann shares how she celebrated her student’s learning journey through student voice, self-directed learning, and use of technology to build literacy skills.
Jim tackled a variety of environmental issues with his students ranging from landscape blight to light pollution and household hazardous waste disposal.
Tara shares how she inspires educators to discover their unique strengths and talents. She also shares some of her favorite technology tools in the classroom.
Matt shares his story about how he stopped letting the textbook guide his classroom and instead designed meaningful learning experiences.
Tony talks about how video creation can be fun and easy for students. He shares how his students used video creation as a digital portfolio to highlight their learning throughout the year.
While much is made of the value of video creation in the classroom, school and district administrators are concerned about bigger, broader, and more measurable results that reach across their entire student body.
This episode features the full event recording from “Deeper Learning with WeVideo” at ISTE 2019 in Philadelphia.
Communication around concepts (e.g., content we want students to learn) should be more than just a teacher articulating what the learning goals are.
The next time you want your students to answer a question, reflect on their learning, or write a report, why not ask them to create a story through video instead?