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A zombie took over WeVideo

Our QA engineer, Eddie, turned into a zombie, but he’s still pretty helpful around here! Check out this month’s newsletter full of things like how to make scary videos, setting the tone for parent teacher conferences, and more. And like Zombie Eddie says, you’re welcome to join us in our WeVideo for Educators Facebook group. Muahahahhaha!

October newsletter
how to make your videos spooky

How to make your videos spooky

Want to make a creepy, scary, suspenseful, chilling video? Read this blog post on how to give your audience that bone-chilling fright! 😱
parent teacher conferences

3 ways video can help teachers set the tone for meaningful parent-teacher conferences

Check out this article from award-winning tech coach, Jennifer Eggert, on how to transform the feeling of your parent-teacher conferences with the use of video
Andy Jacks National Principals Month Spotlight

Happy National Principals Month! A spotlight on Andy Jacks

Principal Andy Jacks is the kind of school leader with the contagious energy of a motivational speaker and full of principal love. He is also the creator of the famous #30SecondBookTalks videos.
Halloween motion titles

Try this! Halloween motion titles and spooky sounds and images

“Eerie,” “ghost,” “scream.” Search the WeVideo Essentials library for spooky things to add to your videos, and top it off with a Halloween motion title. [Search “Halloween” to get the video of the zombie arm]

Student Voice: Finding the courage to tell your story

Are you looking for ways for students to exercise their voice for impact? The 2019 Global Student Voice Film Festival 2019 has launched! This year’s film theme is “Activating Change.” Find out more!
WeVideo and Soundtrap

Webinar: The perfect pair! Appsmashing WeVideo and Soundtrap (October 24, 1-2 pm CST)

Learn how schools are using WeVideo and Soundtrap to foster creativity, collaboration and communication in the classroom and how valuable this edtech duo can be. Join educators from the Pocahontas Area School District share how they use the two. Register here 

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Tweet from a teacher Andrew Boan