Webinar Alert: Kid-Created Projects With BrainPOP, Part 2

The lovely Liz Gatewood returns this Wednesday for our free webinar series to share tips on how she used iMovie and a green screen to help her 3rd graders create their very own BrainPOP Jr. – inspired movie. Don’t miss it!

Kid-created Projects with BrainPOP Part II
Wednesday, April 21
4:30 PM EDT
Duration: 1 Hour

  • http://www.irvingisd.net/~akeller Andrea Keller

    What a great seminar! I would love to get some of the Moby sounds.. so maybe my students and I could do something like this too. Great ideas!

  • Cindy

    These two webinars on making BrainPop movie were excellent. I hope I have time to use the information before the end of the year.

  • http://www.saintalcuin.org Mary Ann Campbell

    Thanks to everyone at BrainPOP. I appreciate the hard work everyone is doing; the latest being Webinars and iPad apps.

    You make it easy for us to incorporate BrainPOP into our everyday lives by doing things right. For example, offering the Webinars on the same day…so if it’s Wednesday afternoon, it must be time for a BrainPOP Webinar.

    Being able to talk to a real person when the need arises is also a huge help.

    Mary Ann Campbell
    St. Alcuin Montessori School
    Dallas, Texas 75230

  • cindy

    This seems to be not only for kids interested in science, but also the arts. You can’t go wrong with this. Now if I can just get brave enough to try it!

  • Dawn

    I thoroughly enjoyed today’s webinar “Kid-created projects with BrainPOP, Part 2. Last week was wonderful and very informational and this week really got me thinking about what I can do. Thank you so much for hosting the webinar.

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Allisyn Levy

    Thanks for sharing comments, everyone! Here are the links Liz shared yesterday:

    Open Office – The FREE version of MS Office! It does everything MS Office does (although it doesn’t have clipart)
    Kerpoof – create your background drawings and your cartoons here!
    Picasa – free photo editing software – organize all of your student’s drawings and export them as a .html page! (Click FOLDER -> EXPORT AS HTML PAGE)
    Simple Viewer –combined this with Picasa, and you can export your student’s drawings in a FANCY way!
    iMovie – you have to own an iMac for this! This website has tons of great tutorials!