New WeVideo templates make getting started with video creation fast and easy for teachers and students
Education Newsletter April 2018

Turn higher goals into action

This spring is about big thinking: higher goals, interdisciplinary learning, accelerated video creation, and tips to make it all happen.

Templates provide structure, guidance and inspiration

Accelerate learning success with new templates

Few things are as valuable as time. New templates accelerate learning, spark creativity, and help teachers and students get to work right away.

Learn more about new WeVideo templates!

Bridge the gap between goals and the classroom

Ensure that higher level goals translate into classroom practice. Dr. Lang offers tips that help educators hit the ground running.

Take the leap with the full story

A Principal's story: setting expectations with video

WeVideo is more than a learning tool. School counselor Christina McCann and her principal at Aspen Creek K-8 show how they use WeVideo to enhance communication with students with a fun video they created to set expectations for their school’s 1:Web program.

Check out their video

Interdisciplinary inspiration: coding plus WeVideo

WeVideo Ambassador Lucie deLaBruere shares her project that has students combine Scratch coding skills with video creation, all using green screen.

Get the story and how-to here

Get WeVideo free for the rest of the school year

End the school year on a high note. Purchase a new WeVideo for Schools license for the 2018/19 school year and get the rest of the 2017/2018 school year, including the summer, FREE!

Details and get started here


Come see us June 24-27 at ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education, Chicago, IL. We'll be at Booth #1258 and the Global Student Voice Film Festival celebration and screening during the conference! Tweet @wevideo #ISTE18.

See all upcoming WeVideo events »

News and Community Updates

Encourage high school and college students to be heard through the Youth Film Challenge. Students can submit a short documentary on a public issue that they care about by April 30th. Great prizes for them and a chance to win a free WeVideo for Schools account for you and your classroom.

Check out the latest episode of TeacherCast’s EdTech in the Classroom podcast, where WeVideo’s John Klein and Dr. Nathan Lang discuss how video creation in the classroom helps achieve curricular goals.

Creativity is in bloom. Be sure to check your WeVideo account in the coming weeks for all-new motion titles for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and graduation!

Have a great student project or inspiring curriculum idea? We’re giving away our famous green screen t-shirt when you share them with us. Click for details.