In this episode, join us for a conversation with Stu Jernigan from WeVideo where we examine the transformative power of learning through video creation. Tune in to explore innovative student video project ideas, effective assessment strategies, and practical tips for using video to help students share their learning.
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Tips on Helping Students Share their Learning Through Video
- Video any day or end of unit project.
- Make connections to literacy skills.
- Use media projects to boost engagement.
SPONSORED BY WEVIDEO
Today’s episode is sponsored by our friends at WeVideo, the leading interactive video platform that’s transforming learning experiences worldwide. Video creation encourages students to collaborate with each other, share discoveries and demonstrate their learning as they develop future-ready communication, critical thinking, and creativity skills. With WeVideo, students across grade levels and subject areas can create a variety of multimedia projects like green screen videos, podcasts, screencasts, personal narratives, portfolios, and flipped-classroom projects. Educators can foster dynamic project-based learning opportunities with ready-made video projects and deliver rich interactive video content that provides real-time results for future lessons. Used by millions of learners, as well as two-thirds of the top 100 U.S. school districts, WeVideo is an educator’s go-to for maximizing engagement, deepening retention, and improving learning outcomes. Learn more about WeVideo on their website.
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