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January 2018 Webinar Images - Ring in 2018 With a BrainPOP Overview Alert

A BrainPOP Overview (45 min)
Wednesday, February 7 at 4:00 pm ET

Join us for a BrainPOP overview! We’ll explore BrainPOP’s content and features, including the full suite of creation tools that give students multiple opportunities to “show what they know,” BrainPOP-style. From movie making to concept mapping, you’ll leave this webinar full of ideas you can work into your everyday curriculum.

Ideal For: Grades 3+
Event Password: Moby

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February 2018 Webinar Images - BrainPOP ELL New Name, New Look, New Features Alert

BrainPOP ELL: New Name, New Look, New Features (45 min)
Wednesday, February 14 at 3:30 pm ET

BrainPOP ESL is now BrainPOP ELL! But that’s just the beginning. Our own Bev Fine guides you through the program’s new features and enhancements, including its easier-to-navigate redesign and mobile-readiness. You’ll learn about Word Play, a vocabulary enrichment activity that helps ELLs make connections between words; the Grammar Summary, for students seeking a deeper explanation of grammar concepts; learning pathways; ELL-specific resources on BrainPOP Educators; enhanced My BrainPOP integration; and more.

Ideal For: ELL Teachers
Event Password: moby

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February 2018 Webinar Images -Building Critical Reasoning Skills Through Gameplay and Beyond Alert

Building Critical Reasoning Skills Through Gameplay and Beyond (45 min)
Wednesday, February 28 at 3:30 pm ET

It’s not always easy to come up with new ways to teach digital literacy, ethical reasoning, and critical thinking. But we’re here to help! This webinar spotlights gameplay as one forum for engaging students and helping them build these vital skills. We’ll be joined by Certified BrainPOP Educator Cathie Gillner (Dorseyville Middle School) and Scot Osterweil (Learning Games Network, MIT), who designed the learning games Quandary and Zoombinis.

Ideal For: Teachers of Grades 4+
Event Password: moby

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