Join NYSCATE Corporate Council member WeVideo at 3 pm ET on March 2 for this engaging hour-long webinar on how to become creative with video in your classroom.
Learn the benefits to students and how to transform learning experiences in your classroom by implementing and utilizing WeVideo. Please join us for a panel discussion featuring expert digital media and video production teachers on how implementing and integrating multimedia creation and video editing software into your classroom can help amplify student voice, cultivate identity and foster agency, and deepen learning for all.
As a result of attending this webinar, participants will…
- Learn curricular ideas to integrate WeVideo’s video production and editing software into K-12 classrooms.
- Learn instructional strategies around teaching with video production and editing software.
- Understand the benefits to student outcomes and how video can transform learning in the classroom.
Join host Ryan Kochevar, Teaching and Learning Specialist, WeVideo, along with panelists Andre Soto, Digital Media Teacher, Blind Brook/Rye UFSD, Bruce Reicher, Computer Apps & Television Production Teacher, Upper Saddle River, NJ, and Fawn Canady, Assistant Professor, Adolescent & Digital Literacies, Sonoma State University
Audience: K-12 classroom teachers, Instructional technology coaches/integration specialists, and Principals
Ryan is an experienced educator in both formal and informal learning environments who joins the WeVideo team as a teaching and learning specialist. Over the past decade, Ryan has focused on instructional design and teaching and learning strategies in STEM-rich and maker-centered learning environments and is currently working to cultivate and create resources and instructional pedagogies to help educators integrate multimedia creation and video editing into their classrooms. Ryan is a certified maker educator and holds a Masters's Degree in Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning with educational technologies from Sonoma State University.
Andre was an early adopter of educational technology and used his 8 years of professional production experience to craft a curriculum rooted in media literacy, audio/visual production, and design thinking that can be used from kindergarten through high school. Over the past 16 years, he has continued to use innovative teaching strategies to introduce students and colleagues to the tools and techniques of multimedia production. Andre holds a professional certification in both Visual Arts and Educational Technology and currently teaches Digital Media at Blind Brook Middle School in Rye Brook, NY.
Bruce Reicher has been an educator for over 20 years in all grade levels. He is a level one and two Google Certified Teacher, Codesters Python Coding Ambassador, BrainPOP Certified Educator, Wakelet Ambassador and WeVideo at state and national conferences. He has a Masters's Degree in Elementary Education and Administration and has also been a Board Of Education member for the past 7 years.
Fawn Canady, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Adolescent and Digital Literacies at Sonoma State University. She is a former English teacher with experience at a project-based learning Career and Technical Academy. Her professional experience includes district-level positions in the 5th largest school district in the U.S. as a Project Facilitator incorporating innovative technology programs and supporting new and experienced teachers in digital technology integration. Her scholarship focuses on digital multimodal composing practices that bridge in– and out-of-school literacies.