Kids using WeVideo in the classroom

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 …

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Using Technology to Create a Positive Classroom Culture

Kris Edwards for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

Creating a positive climate and culture in your classroom at the beginning of the year is essential. April Wurtsmith, a fifth grade teacher in her second year of teaching at Independence Elementary, really wanted to start the year right last fall, making sure she and her students got to know each other well to create a positive, inviting classroom for …

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Teach Less, Learn More

Robert Puffer News & Features

We Americans have a great deal to learn from Asia, as they have demonstrated by adopting our technologies and integrating them into their daily lives. In Singapore, when I am on public transport, it is the exception that someone is sitting without some device attached – texting, chatting, watching a drama, or playing some game. Technology has become an essential …

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The White House Calls on WeVideo Student Filmmakers

Atanas Bakalov for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

Recently, our team connected with officials at the White House to discuss the best way to leverage WeVideo’s vast education network to build awareness of the White House Student Film Festival. We are enthusiastic about the event and proud to be offering our support to the fest organizers by reaching out to the numerous talented student filmmakers using our video creation platform. …

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Project-Based Learning in Singapore

Atanas Bakalov for Schools, Schools (K-12) 0 Comments

Operating under the motto “diligent in study and practice,” the Bukit Panjang Government High School (BPGHS) is among the top-ranked schools in Singapore, a country which itself vies for the number one spot on OECD’s prestigious PISA exam.  Though critical thinking is often touted as the cornerstone of Western education, explosive economic growth, and smart policymaking have propelled many countries in …