For Immediate Release
San Francisco, May 4th, 2012 – Stupeflix released special Education plans for teachers to use digital storytelling in the classroom.
A powerful learning tool loved by teachers and students
Teachers have been the biggest fans of Stupeflix since the video creation site launched. Allowing students to express themselves via video is a sure way to keep them engaged and focused on topic, as attests Richard Byrne, teacher and author of freetech4teachers.com “Stupeflix wows the crowd – the video captivated the students in the classroom”. Creating videos with Stupeflix is as easy as can be: simply combine photos, videos, music, text to tell a story. You don’t need to master the intricacies of video editing to produce beautiful videos that tell meaningful stories. The simple interface provides an intuitive experience, students and teachers both love it.
Designed for the classroom and discounted for education
The new education accounts are designed specifically for teachers. With the new Classroom Accounts, each student gets an individual – and free – account, and can make unlimited videos. Teachers can access, edit and delete student videos. With classroom plans starting at $40 per year for 40 students, it represents a massive 95% discount on regular prices. What’s not to love? “I love the program and love the single classroom price – thanks for making it easier to use.” answers Jennifer Carlson. Thanks, Jennifer!
Stupeflix is on a mission to simplify video creation.
Founded in January 2009, it is headquartered in Paris, France with an office in San Francisco.
Stupeflix won the SeedCamp 2008 startup competition, was finalist of the TechCrunch Europe Awards 2009 and selected as “Top 100 Innovative Company in Europe” by Red Herring in 2010.