Singing together is one way classrooms, choirs, communities meet their social emotional needs. And even Covid-19 can’t stop us from singing together. In this workshop, Lucie will provide a demo showing tricks and tips of how to pull off a virtual caroling session featuring WeVideo. She’ll show you the most efficient workflows to bring your community together to create a virtual caroling event. This workflow will save you so many pre-and post-production hours, that you’ll be ‘laughing all the way’ and so will your students and colleagues.
Lucie brings her passion for learning through creating and making, members of the Create Make Learn Community, and special musical guests to the scene in what promises to be a fun-filled hands on workshop. All you need to bring is two devices (a smart phone or tablet for recording) and a laptop or chromebook — and a willingness to have a little fun.
You’ll leave with an efficient collaborative workflow to share with others in your school, some tips about WeVideo features you didn’t even know existed, and a new way to tend to the social emotional needs of your learning community.
This workflow was developed by two alumns from our Vermont schools – whose virtual choir video went viral this spring – and they are willing to share their secret sauce with YOU! For a sneak preview check out http://poddbrothers.com/. For a hands-on extended session, check out the Tuesday Pre-Conference event with Lucie!
Lucie is a Digital Age Learning Specialist with 30 years of experience in educational technology ranging from podcasting with kindergarten students to graduate level courses for educators. She has 20 years experience in the classroom and over 10 years experience supporting teachers in the use of educational technology. She currently teaches in the College of Education and Social Services at University of Vermont and works as a free-lance educator supporting schools in the implementation of learning through creating and making and founder of Create Maker Learn Summer Institute.
Lucie’s passion include bridging digital equity gaps and fueling creativity and innovation in today’s learning environments. Lucie is a Google Certified Innovator, WeVideo Ambassador, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, founder of Tech Savvy Girls and Tech Savvy Kids and active member of -Vita-Learn.