Unlocking Video Creativity in the Classroom

WeVideo Webinar

Date & Time

August 19, 2021
11:00 am - 12:00 pm


Virtual Event

Upon registration, you will then receive a Zoom meeting invite to connect to the webinar prior to the event. The session will be recorded and available for review for all registered attendees.

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Event is Free to Participants, Preregistration required.

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Join NYSCATE Corporate Council member WeVideo at 11 am ET on August 19 for this engaging hour-long webinar on how to become creative with video in your classroom.

Video for learning is a no-brainer. The statistics from educators speak for themselves. 

  • 88% say that video encourages students to become content makers, not just consumers

  • 92% say video provides a fun and exciting way for students to demonstrate learning

  • 91% agree that video promotes classroom creativity

  • 85% of educators agree that video creation is a critical digital skill

 Video creating gives your students the gift of meaningful learning.

Andrew Gellman

Join Andrew Gelman, Sales Engineer at WeVideo, for an exciting session of WeVideo exploration to see how you can use this powerful editor in the classroom. You’ll learn how to make basic edits, use motion titles, create the green screen effect, and much more!

Audience: Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Principals, all educators

Andrew Gelman

Before joining our team as a Sales Engineer, Andrew Gelman completed his B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Cruz. His technical background and desire to work with people helped pave his path as he worked on our Customer Support Team to troubleshoot technical issues and give product demos to hundreds of educators. After over 2 years of working with customers to better understand their point of view, he has recently transitioned to the Product Team to leverage this experience so that he can help build WeVideo into an even better product.

If you have any questions about the webinar, please email Sean McDonough at smcdonough@nyscate.org.