Video editing made simple

When students are making videos at school, these videos have a tendency to be a bit slow and not always too easy on the eyes. They could be drastically improved by following a few steps. 

Instead of shooting the entire film in one take with little or no any planning, following a few steps can make both the planning, shooting and editing much more fun. And the finished product will be so much better and more enjoyable to watch.

By following the simple steps listed below, your students will, with your guidance throughout the process, be able to make stunning videos. Both you and your students will have fun while working, and they will create great videos that they can be proud of.
Student making video

Step 1: Planning
Step 2: Script
Step 3: Storyboard
Step 4: Shooting the movie
Step 5: Editing the video

By using the right tools and having each step approved by you before moving on to the next step, you will achieve the following:

  • Motivated students
  • Students that are proud of their work
  • Great movies
  • Improved learning outcome

Turn your students into film makers

By letting the students work this way, you are letting them unleash their creativity and enabling them to collaborate during the creative process. Having the students make script and storyboards beforehand, will automatically lead to end products that are much better and more enjoyable to watch. 


Arild Storm
Written by Arild Storm
I am a general expert and COO at Creaza. With my background as a teacher I really enjoy bringing Creaza to classrooms around the world.