New Feature Spotlight: Motion Titles and Graphics

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  Now you can add the same eye-catching, informative full motion titles to your own videos that you see in national TV ads, network programming, your favorite news shows, and broadcast entertainment. If you are looking to create compelling marketing videos for your school or district, capture more views on social media, or just want to wow your friends and …


WeVideo Wins 2017 EdTech Digest Awards

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There is a reason WeVideo has “we” in its name. We are passionate believers in the power of collaboration, especially in its capacity to encourage creativity, critical thinking, cooperation and teamwork in the classroom. So it goes without saying that we were elated when WeVideo for Schools received the 2017 EdTech Digest Cool Tool Award for the category of Best …


WeVideo and Google Team Up to Bring Chromebook-based Digital Storytelling to UK and Nordics Schools

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The Google Creative Apps for Chromebooks has been incredibly popular since its launch in the U.S. in June 2016. The program provides a specially priced package that includes the complete WeVideo for Schools cloud-based, collaborative, digital storytelling application—with video editing, green screen, voice over narration, screencasting and more—bundled with new Chromebooks purchased for education. As the exclusive video editing partner …


Spotlight on: WeVideo Education Ambassador Bruce Reicher – Apple Aficionado Discovers Power of WeVideo & Chromebook

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To say Bruce Reicher knows a bit about video in education would be a dramatic understatement. The technology broadcasting teacher in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey has been an educator for more than 20 years across all grade levels. A Google Certified Teacher level one and two, Reicher also has a Masters Degree in Elementary Education and Administration, and he …


Educator of the Month: Karen Jackson

Lise Framstad for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

Dr. Karen Jackson is currently an Instructional Technology Specialist in the Temple Independent School District, and an Adjunct Professor for Texas A & M, Central Texas.  She has been an educator for 23 years, with most of her classroom experience in elementary and middle school. She is Principal certified, has a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, with a Technology …


How a British Prep School Became Storytellers

Lise Framstad for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

2016 was a record year for WeVideo. Never before have we received so many creative, high-level videos created by young students and educators. While digital storytelling has been trending in the US for a while, we noticed the past year that Europe has embraced the trend and we’ve seen some wonderful video creations from all around the world. Newton Prep School …

Students Preparing a Stop Motion Salad

Using WeVideo with Chromebooks to Create Stop Motion Videos

Heather Adams for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

Students Create Stop Motion Videos with Chromebooks, WeVideo and Ingenuity While we are always inspired by the creative videos students and teachers share with us, sometimes it’s the amazing stories of hard work and ingenuity off camera that steal the show. Recently, Illinois Hubble Middle School teacher Heather Adams challenged her students to create stop motion movies. Stop motion is …