WeVideo

Overview

WeVideo is a video editing service GUHSD has purchased for use by students and teachers to create videos and screencasts. This online video editors gives users:

  • Anytime, anywhere access

  • Ability to import video clips from cell phone, computer, or Internet

  • Collaborative features

  • Access to the revision history

Making It Happen In The Classroom

ACCOUNT SETUP

In order to use this tool, you and your students need to set up your account. Please make sure you are using the correct link below.

Staff

Students - For students only, staff should use the above link

Please do not send students to this page. Copy the link and post it on Classroom or your classroom website. You may also want to share the WeVideo Academy link with your students as well.

LEARN THE TOOL

STUDENT PRACTICE ACTIVITY

Learn the Tool and Process

    1. Setting up and Logging In

    2. Creating a Project

    3. Filming Shots and Sharing media

    4. Uploading media to Wevideo

    5. Creating a Wevideo

WeVideo Student Resource Guide (Template)

Screencasting with WeVideo

WeVideo GUHSD Screencasting Resource Guide (Template)

TEACHER PREPARATION

  1. Review overall video production process and tutorials outlined in the Wevideo Student Resource Guide.

  2. View examples (see "Resources" section below).

  3. Maybe practice by making your own video?

  4. Determine a video length (example: 45-60 seconds)

  5. Use a Digital Project Template to help you develop your project to deliver to students (Make a copy of one to use).

      • Schoology: 1) Submit wevideo/youtube link 2) Upload video 3) Install Wevideo LTI Tool so students can submit video directly from Wevideo to Schoology assignment.

      • Other: Collect video URL with Google Form

LESSON IMPLEMENTATION

  1. Deliver lesson/project with your chosen Digital Project Template

  2. Students complete project activities.

  3. Students create video storyboard (What is Storyboarding? / Storyboard Template)

  4. Students create video with support resources from Wevideo Student Resource Guide and ongoing teacher feedback.

  5. Students turn in video.

  6. Students share videos with others to view.

  7. Students reflect on learning experience.

  8. Assess collected final products.

Resources

This is the definitive guide for how to implement Wevideo in the classroom.

Login with your GUHSD google credentials to access the toolkit.

The WeVideo Digital Storytelling Toolkit is designed to help educators facilitate projects in all classrooms.

Support