Webinar Alert: Using BrainPOP to Infuse Writing Into Instruction

Using BrainPOP to Infuse Writing Into Instruction
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
4:30 PM EST

Duration: 1 Hour
Stop the presses! This webinar will help you get your students excited about writing. Educator Stephanie Filardo (St. James R-1 school district in Missouri) talks about different ways to use BrainPOP movies and educator tools in creative writing projects. You’ll leave with some great, non-traditional ideas.

RSVP: http://infusewriting.eventbrite.com

  • Mary Beth Ryan

    I can’t wait to use the “Storybird”. That sounds incredibly exciting. Also the graphic organizers, will really come in handy. Thanks for a terrific presentation :)

  • allisyn

    Thanks for a great webinar, Stephanie. If you missed the webinar, you can access the recording in our webinar archives:


    As promised, here are Stephanie’s links:

    Prezi link: http://prezi.com/clhldne4vx34/brainpop-infusing-writing/

    Storybird: http://storybird.com (http://storybird.com/teachers/)

    My Website: http://sites.google.com/site/stephaniefilardo/

  • allisyn

    I loved today’s Webinar. It was the first one I have attended and I learned a lot. I will have to use the Sticker Story idea. I will definitely be attend more Webinars!!


  • Melisse Martin

    I particularly liked the idea of writing a letter to Tim and Moby before the movie telling them what we want to learn. This is more engaging for the students and gives them a purpose for watching the videos. I teach kindergarten and in the beginning of the year this activity could be written by the teacher, then it could become a shared writing activity. It could then move into a small group guided writing activity and eventually could be done as an individual writing activity. I am also eager to incorporate the ideas in the write about it section.