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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 …

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Educator of the Month: Aaron Johnson

Lise Framstad for Schools 0 Comments

Aaron Johnson is a media specialist at Western Middle School, one of three middle schools in Greenwich Connecticut. Western has approximately 550 students, and in 2015, all secondary schools in their district went 1 to 1 chromebook. Chromebooks are inherently internet devices and WeVideo presented the district with the only viable cloud based video editing solution. Students and teachers are …

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WeVideo Partners with SkoleTube to Enhance Denmark’s Digital Learning Landscape

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

WeVideo today announced a new partnership with SkoleTube, Denmark’s number one online media platform for primary, university and seminary education. Effective immediately more than 600,000 Danish primary school students and teachers representing more than 90% of Denmark’s schools can use WeVideo’s Cloud-based digital storytelling tools for collaborative video projects in all subjects and at every grade-level. The solution is also …

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Educator of the Month: Greg Lawrence

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

Greg Lawrence is currently the Director of Technology for the Wentzville School District. As a former district instructional technology coach and a middle school computer and vocal music educator, he has seen and is motivated by the engagement technology creates.  He was a recipient of ISTE’s Making IT Happen award in 2012.  Greg is also a Google Apps Certified Administrator, …

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Rapunzel

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

Joseph Letson’s drama class at Lauffer Middle School in Tuscon, Arizona,  is doing a selection of short plays using WeVideo.  In this retelling of Rapunzel, they are using effects such as green screen, Ken Burns and voice-over to bring the story to life:

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Educator of the Month: Dana La Chapelle

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

Dana La Chapelle is a 7th-8th grade Video Productions Teacher at Toby Johnson Middle School in Elk Grove, CA.  This is her 11th year teaching Video Productions. Dana taught Yearbook, Computer Technology and elementary school during her first 7 years of teaching. She boasts of having the best job on the planet and absolutely loves helping students and other teachers …

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Resilience Project

Cathy Wright for Schools 0 Comments

We are an alternative education high school that serves approximately 100 students who are working towards their high school diploma.  As with most students in alternative education, our students face tremendous obstacles that leave them burnt out and disconnected from those around them. The self-expressive nature of our Digital Storytelling class gives our students a voice, which can be the …

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College Hill High School Resiliency Film Festival

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College Hill High School is an alternative education high school that serves approximately 100 students. Earlier this year, 12 of their students got a chance to attend a local community college and learn how to create a digital story based on prior personal experiences. The young filmmakers are sharing experiences that touches very sensitive subjects such as racism, suicide, depression …