WeVideo is the best video making application/site to use in the classroom. You can use the resources provided by Greg Gardner, at WeVideo, below to help you get started with WeVideo or refine your skills!
WeVideo.com – Site, or you can download the application
– how to set up and implement your WeVideo account
– basic webinars etc to help student/staff learn about WeVideo
Teacher/student never made a video? Go to the question mark on any WeVideo page (top, right-hand corner) and follow the new, step-by-step tutorial.
Students can start projects on our iOS
app and finish on the web. They can also use either app to capture media and sync it directly to an assigned project.
We offer fee-based onsite and webinar training plans. See this link
for more details.
All of these resources were courtesy of:
Come see your kids present their solutions for stopping invasive aquatic plants and cast your vote!
When: Friday, April 28th from 2:00-3:15 pm
Where: White Oak High School Cafeteria
What: 6th-grade students will work in groups to research and create multimedia presentations to propose the best solutions for ensuring that aquatic plants maintain a positive role in our East Texas ecosystem.
Cast Your Vote: All 6th-grade student groups will present in a gallery walk setting. You will cast a vote for the best presentations and solutions. Based on your votes, the top six groups will present formally to a game warden, a Gregg county agent, and WO administrators with a vested interest.
A nonfiction reading log was assigned today and is due Thursday, February 2.
Click Nonfiction Text Organizer Notes to see my composition book notes we took in class over author’s purpose, text structure, topic, main idea and summary of nonfiction
- Students must analyze 1 article on Time for Kids and complete nonfiction text organizer.
- Students must read nonfiction and log it at least 2 days this week.
- Students may read and log fiction the other days in the week.