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A t-shirt for your thoughts

Rebecca Young for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

At WeVideo, we believe that video creation is more than a tool for completing assignments. It is a path to creative problem solving, higher level thinking, and student voice.  With your help, we want to motivate all teachers and students to use the full potential of WeVideo’s learning platform to empower students to be creators and help them to actively …

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Student Video Creation: 5 ways to ensure it aligns with district-tier goals

Nathan Lang for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

While much is made of the value of video creation in the classroom, school and district administrators are concerned about bigger, broader, clearly demonstrable results that reach across their entire student body. Additionally, it’s important to highlight the level of rigor, thinking, and multi-dimensional learning that occurs through the video creation process. Dr. Nathan Lang, WeVideo’s chief education officer, had …

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Insider’s View: The GEG Film Festival Seen from the Big Stage

Jennifer Leban for Schools, News & Features, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

WeVideo was very proud to continue its ongoing sponsorship of the Google Education Group Film Festival. This special annual event is a remarkable showcase of the creative talent of students. It is also a fantastic resource for educators interested in having their eyes opened to all the potential video creation has to offer, with incredible panels by some of the …

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WeVideo Pilot Programs Support Evidence-Based Evaluation

Andrew Baum for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

School and district administrators need more than anecdotal reports of “this tool is fun,” when it comes to making edtech investments. But developing your own, singular evaluation program for each technology tool can be overwhelming. That’s why WeVideo supports rapid-cycle tech evaluations in alignment with guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Technology. LIMITED TIME OFFER: Start …

WeVideo’s New Chief Education Officer Wants to Meet You

Andrew Baum for Schools, News & Features, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

WeVideo was thrilled this month to announce that Dr. Nathan Lang has joined the company as our new Chief Education Officer. A former educator and administrator, and current author and popular speaker, Dr. Lang is a tireless advocate for helping schools tear down the legacy of classroom pedagogy in order to adopt methods that will fully prepare today’s students for …

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Your Students Can Be Heard with New Global Student Voice Film Festival

Andrew Baum for Schools, News & Features, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

WeVideo is thrilled to announce its sponsorship of the new Global Student Voice Film Festival. Created by the Student Voice Foundation, this competition is a chance for students ages 5-18 to get empowered, amplify their voices and flex their creative muscles through video storytelling. Finalists will be invited to ISTE 2018 for a celebration of their hard work and a …


Guest Blog Lucie deLaBruere: Expanding Collaborative Possibilities

Andrew Baum for Schools, News & Features, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

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

Andrew Baum for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

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

Andrew Baum for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

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 …