From Richard Byrne's blog:
"I like video projects because when they're organized properly students have to write, research, produce, and revise just as they would if they were writing a story or research paper. The difference is that shared finished video projects have the potential to reach many more people than a well-written essay does."
"Here are five ideas and tools for video projects that you can try with your students."
1. Biographical and Autobiographical videos
2. Common Craft -style videos
3. Stop-motion videos
4. Documentary videos
5. Flipped classroom videos
(See article for explanations and live links.)