Video is an excellent tool for collaborative learning, but its potential is often untapped and its value underappreciated. Through a unique, discovery-based approach to video creation, Filmbuilding offers myriad opportunities for new forms of group-based learning and growth — all in a fun and engaging way. Learn how it works in this week’s webinar.
Tom Flint is a moving image educator and filmmaker whose interests meet at the crossroads of film and cultural exchange. Flint holds an MA in Art + Design Education from the Rhode Island School of Design with a specialty in alternative approaches to moving image education and creation. Having spent 15 years living in Japan, he is now settled in Boston, where he works as a freelance filmmaker and runs Filmbuilding, a program which curates discovery-based filmmaking experiences to promote cross-cultural exchange.
Ryan is WeVideo's Customer Success Enablement and Programs Director with over a decade of experience in K-12 education. Ryan creates instructional resources, designs and leads teacher training and workshops, and provides all kinds of ideas on how to use WeVideo in the K-12 classroom. Ryan holds a Master's degree in Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning with an emphasis in educational technologies from Sonoma State University.