Prepare students for tomorrow

Promote deeper learning, differentiate instruction, and maximize outcomes with interactive video.

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Teacher-friendly, student-centered

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About WeVideo for Schools

See why millions of educators and students use WeVideo for Schools.

Rachel Pritchett, German teacher at Virginia Beach Public Schools.

In the classroom

Hear from WeVideo educators in Virginia Beach about how they use multimedia creation in the classroom.

Dr. Sharon Shewbridge, Director of Instructional Technology for Virginia Beach Public Schools.

Across the district

Learn how Virginia Beach Public Schools has implemented WeVideo and our interactive video product, PlayPosit, across their district to promote deeper learning.

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Empower learners—in a medium they love

Unlock student agency Unlock student agency

Turn standard instruction into powerful multimedia creation. Inspire students to create authentic videos, GIFs, podcasts and more.

Drive content retention Drive content retention

Improve engagement and retention with interactive video elements like embedded question types, branched learning, and more.

Teach with data Teach with data

Use learner analytics from interactive videos to guide remediation strategies and inform future lessons. 

Meet the standards Meet the standards

Access ready-made video projects from the Assignment Ideas Library, all aligned to the ISTE Standards for Students.

Collaborate & give feedback Collaborate & give feedback

Use real-time collaboration features for project-based learning, and deliver instant feedback to students while they work.

Integrate with existing tech Integrate with existing tech

Easily connect with existing learning management systems and video hosts for a single, streamlined experience. 

Designed for classrooms, schools, and districts

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Create, monitor, and measure engagement with interactive video. Challenge students to create their own content and satisfy the highest level of Bloom’s taxonomy. Provide real-time feedback along the way.

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Schools & districts

Drive deeper learning in your district and streamline educator workflows. Scale instructional content and create accessible learning opportunities for all.

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Why educators love WeVideo

"I teach with projects, and WeVideo is an excellent platform for students to work collaboratively on video projects. While most teens have some ideas about video from their cell phones, [WeVideo] takes their creativity and skills to a whole new level, allowing them to find their voice in new and exciting ways."

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Peter de Lisle Academic Director, Inanda Seminary

"The Assignment Library is exactly what we need, we are so excited about this. I absolutely love that it connects each assignment to the ISTE Standards."

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Holly Landez Director of Digital Learning & Innovation, Copperas Cove ISD

"The most meaningful learning moments I’ve observed with WeVideo are the students trying to figure out solutions to problems on their own or wanting to do something different that’s outside of the box."

Rhona McFayden.

Rhona McFadyen 8th Grade Teacher, Dartmouth Middle School

"Things that students are going to be required to do in life are not content specific. So looking at collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving, ultimately, I think WeVideo is one of those tools that allows us to really assess students and prepare them for the future."

Bari Rabine.

Bari Rabine House Master / Assistant Principal, Fairfield Ludlowe High School

"WeVideo ties into our 21st-century initiative by making students autonomous with their learning. They’re able to project their critical thinking skills, access information quickly and easily, and work collaboratively with peers."

Randy Martino.

Randy Martino Principal, Dartmouth Middle School