Prezi Video in Microsoft Teams brings fun and engaging online learning experiences to your classroom

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We are thrilled to announce the new integration of Prezi Video on Microsoft Teams! Prezi Video is a visual communication tool that puts you and your content together on the same screen – helping you easily build stunning and interactive videos for the classroom with no video editing expertise required.

 

With Prezi Video and Microsoft Teams, you can record mini-lessons, study guides, and new assignments in your virtual classroom all while in Teams – allowing for real-time student engagement and collaboration.


 

Maintain the teacher-to-student connection

Maintaining the teacher-to-student human connection is even more important in this remote, online learning environment. With Prezi Video, strengthen the connection with your students and school community by keeping the teacher and content together on the same screen for a powerful and effective learning experience and drive communication and collaboration all within Microsoft Teams.

 

Easy-to-use video for online learning

Create short video lectures, lessons, and assignments easily with pre-made templates and high-quality images available in Prezi Video. You can create interactive and engaging videos – helping focus your students’ attention on the important content, without the need for a design background or video editing skills.

 

Engaging and fun for students

Empower students to express themselves and show their learning in new ways. Video presentations ask students to synthesize their learning in words, and with Prezi Video they can combine what they say with visual images and text, helping them to think more critically and communicate more clearly, in their own voice.

 

Get started today

If you haven’t already, install Prezi Video from Microsoft AppSource and connect your Prezi Video account to start building engaging videos for your online classroom today!

 

Learn more about Prezi Video for Educators here.

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