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Keeping students engaged is one of the core challenges faced by schools.

By bringing VideoScribe into your classroom, you open the door to a visual and interactive educational toolkit, offering your students a way to learn through video.

The process of building a short automated video on any subject, encourages curiosity and cognitive processing of information, while the videos created become valuable personalised revision materials to look back on at exam time.

In the competitive environment of qualifications, applications and selection processes, students are under pressure to be proactive and self-motivated learners.

However, many students are being asked to learn from materials which conflict with the visual and fast-pace world that they experience outside of school.

Bridging this disconnect between the classroom and the wider world is the key to more engaging and accessible learning.

Are you a Student or Teacher?

We offer discounts on single Yearly Plans to help students and teachers create great presentations.
Contact our Sales Team with your educational institution email to claim your VideoScribe education licence discount.

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From kindergarten to 12th grade

VideoScribe is a digital presentation tool to bring your classroom to life. Powerful features mean you can add images, sound and text to teach in a whole new way.


Higher education

Create video presentations that give a professional edge to higher learning. Give students a better understanding by delivering your message in a lasting way.


Special educational needs

An explainer video is a fantastic support for reading and writing difficulties in the classroom. Improve pupil progress by making fun, animated videos that spark young minds.

Did you know?


Agree that using video in education helps boost student's achievements


Believe using video has a positive impact on student satisfaction


Of US schools have 1:1 device ratios


More people recalled an answer correctly from watching a whiteboard animation compared to a talking head video

Some of our education customers

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