Guest Blog Lucie deLaBruere: Expanding Collaborative Possibilities

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Lucie deLaBruere spent 30 years in Vermont schools teaching and learning with students from kindergarten to graduate school. For more than 20 years, she filled her classrooms with project-based learning opportunities that were hands-on, minds-on and integrated within both local and global communities. Her students’ portfolios documented proficiencies in college and career readiness skills ranging from leadership and communication to more …

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Guest Blog Matthew Baganz: Connecting Cultures, Inspiring Individuals

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Matthew Baganz is an International Baccalaureate teacher who thrives on provoking curiosity at an international school near Frankfurt. A fiction writer and playwright, Matt is passionate about digital storytelling as a medium for sharing ideas with young audiences who have been raised in a digital world. He recently completed an intercontinental video project that he facilitated with several schools around …


Guest Blog Daniel Spada: Pro TV Experience Changes the Classroom Experience

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Prior to becoming a middle school Language Arts Teacher, I had a career in marketing and television production at the WB Network.  So when I began teaching, it was only natural for me to include video production in my classes and embed video creating into my curriculum.  When I later became a Library Media Specialist, I looked at some of …


GEG Film Fest Deadline is Dec. 15!

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The GEG Chicagoland Student Film Festival is one of the biggest and most exciting film competitions for K-12 students. And it is happening NOW! Students have until 11:59PM CT on Friday, December 15th to make their submissions. This year’s theme is “In another’s shoes.” Finalist are invited to a special screening event at Google Chicago, held on February 1st, 2018 …


Pros Helping Pros with Digital Storytelling Tips

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A few months ago we highlighted a number of new Professional Learning tools and opportunities designed to help educators enhance their digital storytelling capabilities when using WeVideo. This month, we turned to some of the WeVideo Ambassadors, among the most adept digital storytellers and facilitators we know, and asked them for their thoughts and tips on improving one’s skills and …


Expanding Professional Learning Opportunities and Resources for Educators

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Digital storytelling with video presents educators with both opportunity and challenge. There is so much potential for projects and teaching methods that really grab students’ attention and get them excited for learning. But, of course, success relies on the ability of educators to confidently work with the technology. Most people aren’t video or even computer experts. That can make this …


Back to School Special: New Subscribers Take Additional 10% Off WeVideo for Schools Education Plans

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Are you interested in bringing digital storytelling to your classrooms, but hesitant because of budgetary concerns early in the school year? WeVideo wants to help. Whether you have specific projects already in mind, want to explore flipped classroom techniques, or are excited to expand video to all facets of your curriculum, WeVideo for Schools  plans offer everything you need at …


Knightsbridge Students Dive In and Share the Experience of the Great Fire of London

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Students at Knightsbridge School, London, recently transported themselves through time and space as they learned about, and virtually experienced, one of London’s most famous and formative events—the Great Fire of 1666. The project was inspired by an exhibit created by the Museum of London called Fire! Fire! commemorating the 300th anniversary of the infamous disaster that paved the way for …


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 …