Webinar Alert: Using a Multimedia Approach to Teach Earth Awareness

Using a Multimedia Approach to Teach Earth Awareness
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
*6:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour

Bring learning to life by transporting your students into the wild… Immerse your students in some of the conservation efforts being made to rehabilitate and protect endangered species. We’ve partnered up with IMAX to bring you extraordinary online (and free!) resources and access to film talent from IMAX’s new educational film, Born to be Wild 3D (opening April 8).

RSVP: http://imaxbp.eventbrite.com/

  • Jennifer Smith

    I really enjoyed this webinar. I can’t wait to show my kids the short videos so they are excited about the IMAX movie as well as the cool brainpop items to keep the lessons going about Earth Awareness. Great information. I’m so excited

  • Alexis Clemens

    What a great webinar! Even though I am a teacher of Language Arts, I loved listening to Drew talk about the production of Born to Be Wild. I have to say, my favorite part was the lesson plans. I appreciate that you tied the lessons to multiple subjects, including my own! I look forward to looking at more of these lesson plans in depth.

  • Denise Anderson

    I have been using Brainpop all school year and it is wonderful. It is so exciting to have it team up with IMAX to educate our students about nature during earth awareness month. It will be exciting to use the things I learned today. Thank you!

  • Rachelle Harper

    This was a great webinar. I loved the fact that the director of the movie was on talking about it. I have not heard of the movie before this. I cannot wait to see the movie now.
    I use brainpop and brainpopjr almost daily with my class and I still learned about some new resources on here. I haven’t ever done the spotlight before. It just shows me that I can learn more about brainpop. Thanks! I really enjoyed it.

  • William King

    I greatly enjoyed your “Using a Multimedia Approach to Teach Earth Awareness” webinar. I plan on providing my school; I.S.240 Andries Hudde Jr. High with as much info as possible.
    1. May I please have a certificate of participation for Prof. Development requirement required by my NY State License.
    2. I plan on attending mor webinars, I am a FAN!

  • Debra Knox

    Thanks to everyone at BrianPop and IMax for an outstanding webinar. I am excited to use the resources you provided in conjunction with the movie Born to be Wild 3D. I will use this with my students for an Earth awareness project in the month of April. We are already learning about the endangered species the Giant Panda in 3rd grade, so this will also be something we could add to that discussion. I look forward to joining more of the webinars provided by BrainPop in the future. Now if only i could convince my school district to purchas a subscription to your site, all would be fantastic!
    Thanks again,
    Debra Knox

  • allisyn

    Wow! Thanks so much for the great comments, everyone. We really enjoyed last night’s webinar. As promised, here are the links we shared:

    IMAX Educator Resources:

    BrainPOP – Spotlight: Earth Awareness:

    BrainPOP/IMAX Lesson Plan Contest:

    Got other favorite resources? Please add them on!
    The Inspired Classroom- 34 Free Productivity Tools:

    Fly with Faith- a list of all sorts of multimedia resources:

    Stretching Your Digital Dollar- short but comprehensive list of resources: http://digitaldollar.edublogs.org/2010/03/15/powerpoint-schmowerpoint-teach-kids-to-create-really-engaging-presentations/

    Bob’s Place of Educational Links- list of resources by type:

  • http://sciencenorth.ca Cortney Lee-Comeau

    I saw the movie the other day and it was really great. The resources given during the webinar are definitely relevant to the movie. I hope everyone gets a chance to take their students.