Nathan Lang-Raad | Chief Education Officer | WeVideo
Rather than starting with a blank timeline, templates provide the option to work from a pre-made foundation that guides students and teachers through creating a video for a lesson or project. It provides a framework for projects with WeVideo, without limiting creativity and potential for demonstrating learning.
Memes are great to explain quick topics and illustrate concepts in a way that is fun and accessible. They usually involve an image of a video with text overlaid and can be super funny. You can also export a meme as a GIF.
We’ve seen that teachers create GIFs because/for…
Teachers have students create GIFs for…
Here are a few examples of Memes and GIFs from our community on Twitter.
Check out a FREE ebook from the media center! Thanks @thefitbrarian for sharing this cool @WeVideo GIF tool with me! I see fun in my future advertising upcoming events! @fcpsmedia @FCPSNewMarketES #fcpsvanguard pic.twitter.com/1iE4MA8xSW
— NMES Media Center (@FCPS_NMESMedia) May 12, 2020
Made you all a GIF! I've been watching it in those stressful moments for sure ❤️❤️❤️🙏🦋 @WeVideo 💙 #COVID19 #coronavirus #mindfulness #create2unify #pandemic @peabodyaccess @PeabodyPublic @higginshawks @jarredhaas @cterrillteach @carlyandadam @STEAMuptheClsrm @MrTonyGugliotta pic.twitter.com/fHH35M2ZM8
— Green Screen Gal💚🦋💚𝔼𝕣𝕚𝕜𝕒 𝕊𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕤𝕥𝕣ö𝕞 (@GreenScreenGal) May 12, 2020
— Jake Miller (@JakeMillerTech) May 12, 2020
📣Fantastic new feature in @WeVideo📹
🔥Export to GIF!🔥
Now it's really easy to make dynamic and personalised headers for Google Classroom🎬@GoogleForEdu #Classroom #GreenScreen #onlinelearning #elcolesigue @EDUcre8ive @breicher @ISPSchools pic.twitter.com/ETEdGboRCg
— Ryan Gornall (@ryangornall13) May 11, 2020
— Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad (@drlangraad) April 27, 2020