60+ Video editors

Well it is that time of year again for student projects. Every year I am always looking for new and inventive ways for students to show me what they have learned in class. This year I really wanted to use video. Students always love making videos. It is a fun and engaging way for them to present information. However, video editors are quite expensive and can be difficult to use. So over the course of the past few years here are a some websites  that are not too difficult to use and many are free. This allows all students the ability to edit video. I have had students use many of these websites and have seen some great videos in the past. I just hope to see more of the same this year. Take a look at the following 60+ video editors.

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Simple to Use Online Video Editor

Over the past week my students have been putting  together a project on the causes of the revolution.  Their task was to tell the story of why the American colonies wanted their independence from Great Britain using only images.  Some students chose to use glogster and others windows movie maker but I had a good handful use Flixtime.  As I watched and assisted students in their project I was impressed and surprised to see how easy Flixtime was for my students to use.  They had no problems using the actual program which allowed them to focus more on the project than on its creation.  They created some really great videos and seemed to really enjoy using this program. Check this out for your next class project at http://flixtime.com/.

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