Here's A Video About Making Videos - 8th Grade Project8th graders at my middle school complete a video project (currently using WeVideo). I figured the best way to introduce a video assignment was with a video. Plus, now students have all kinds of ideas for types of video that they can shoot (speed up, slow down, green screen, screencast, confessional-style to camera, Snapchat filters, slides and titles, etc...)
Yes, I know this video is totally cheesy. That was the whole point. Including ridiculous use of middle-school slang. My inspiration was to re-create the style of a Spike TV show, like InkMaster... hence the overdone "rocker" guitar.
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WeVideo - The Premiere Editing Software in EducationWeVideo is an EdTech tool that is perfect for teachers or students looking to create videos. This cloud based software has an intuitive design, is easy to use, and with two different modes, ensures that students of all skill levels will be able to create stunning videos.
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WeVideo for Education: K-12 School DistrictWeVideo visits Richland Two School District in South Carolina to see how they use WeVideo in their classrooms. http://hubs.ly/y0yPKh0
What are Collaborative Projects?Collaborate projects are meant for students working together on one assignment. Learn how to get the most our of collaborative projects in WeVideo.
WeVideo: Collaborative Cloud Video CreatorWeVideo makes online video editing fun and easy. Create your videos with our free video editing tool. Collaborate with others or even edit on the go with our mobile apps. We give you the storytelling tools. You tell your story. Try it for free http://hubs.ly/y0yPKr0
Create a digital storyFive tips to create a digital story:
1- Start with an idea
2- Write your story
3- Create a storyboard
4- Research and gather elements
5- Build your story
See the final digital story: https://youtu.be/BGsySU9iQYs
This video was created with WeVideo, create your own: http://hubs.ly/y0YkGJ0
Record better video in 3 easy stepsFollow these 3 tips to record better video:
-Keep your shots short
-Zoom in with your feet
BONUS: Keep your phone horizontal!
READ THE BLOG: http://blog.wevideo.com/bid/327171/Record-better-video-tips-for-mobile-storytellers
WeVideo Lesson: Create a Personal NarrativeThis video is part of a blog series on how to create a personal narrative. Check it out: http://hubs.ly/y0YYMf0
In this tutorial, we show you step-by-step how to build your personal narrative. Since this is a complex project that uses multiple audio and video tracks we will use the Timeline and Advanced Timeline Mode.
Learn how to:
-Add Ken Burns effect
WeVideo Lesson: Create a Photo StoryLearn how to create a photo story using WeVideo: http://hubs.ly/y0YkHn0
Steps covered in this tutorial:
-Multi-select media and apply Ken Burns effect
-Trim and rearrange to tell a story
-Select a theme
-Add captions and titles
-Fit to frame and transform
-Publish and share
Advanced Timeline Mode: Record Voiceover on WeVideoRecord narration and voiceover with your computer's built-in mic directly on WeVideo's editor.
Green Screen/Chroma KeyGreen screen (or chroma key) videos are fun. Learn how to remove the background of your video and replace it in this tutorial. Learn more: http://hubs.ly/H01jh450
Music tips for better videosMusic can make a big difference in your videos. Learn how to select the right one, loop and add multiple tracks for different sections.
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Add rolling credits to the end of your videosLearn how to create movie style credits (also known as rolling credits) at the end of your videos.
Why WeVideo? Teach TestimonialsK-12 teachers explain why they have added WeVideo into their project-based learning curriculum. Sign up for a trial http://hubs.ly/y0yPKF0
Digital Storytelling: My Semester at SeaIn the Fall of 2014, Sarah Pitts embarked on the opportunity of a lifetime. She boarded a ship with approximately 700 other college students to travel the world while learning things you can’t learn from a textbook.
Video created with WeVideo video creator. http://hubs.ly/y0K2dt0
Health Care Is ImportantA video submission for the 2016 White House Student Film Festival. This group of students envisioned "The World I Want to Live In" as a world with easier access to medical care and even FLYING AMBULANCES!
WeVideo Releases Motion TitlesWeVideo now has motion titles! Express yourself with animated text and make your words stand out!
WeVideo and Next Vista for LearningWeVideo interviews Rushton Hurley, the founder of Next Vista for Learning. He shares his thoughts on why student video projects are an effective pedagogical method and how video creation can be a backdoor into academic work.
Learn more about the Super Thoughts Campaign http://www.nextvista.org/contests/thoughts/
Learn more about the WeVideo Education Channel http://hubs.ly/y0yPLt0
Videos mentioned/showcased in the interview: