Webinar Alert: Scavenger Hunts With BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr.

Moby, Moby, What Do You See? Scavenger Hunts With BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
4:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour

Learn how to create real or virtual scavenger hunts that weave in BrainPOP’s resources to enrich whatever topic you’re teaching. From body parts to parts of a plant, we’ll help you get your young explorers excited to investigate the world around them.

RSVP: http://bpscavengerhunts.eventbrite.com/

  • Ashley Eberson

    I loved all the information. I never clicked on the spotlights and now I know what those are all about. All the teacher resources are great.

  • http://bennettes.schools.pwcs.edu/ Valaina Maher

    Great webinar with lots of ideas. Can’t wait to try it with my students.

  • Mike Jenkins

    Enjoyed the webinair very much. Thanks for great info on getting started. Please send certificate of completion.
    Thanks so much, have a blessed evening.

  • Carol T

    Great tips can’t wait to go try them and to have my students on a scavenger hunt.

  • http://brainpop William King

    I like the idea of creating a scavenger hunt for my Special ed. students. I really could use a workshop in creating the scavenger hunt. I found that for me there was too much information for me to handle. Do you have any video documentation exampling the creation of a scavenger hunt?

  • Sheridan

    This was awesome. I can’t wait to create a webquest or a scavenger hunt. I love the idea of using it as a center as there never seems to be enouch computers to go around at the right times.

  • C. Santori

    Webinar was well organized. I especially liked the ideas for differentiation with scavenger hunts. Right now our school only has a classroom subscription to BrainPop and BrainPop Jr. so we mainly use our SmartBoard for the students to view movies and do the quizzes. Thinking about how I could set up 3 computer stations so students could work in groups to do a scavenger hunt on BrainPop. Think this would work with a small class size.

  • http://ScavengerHuntswithBrainPopandBrainPopJr. Kelly Shaw

    This was a really fun seminar. I enjoyed learning how I can set up my own webquests and scavenger hunts. I didn’t realize there were all of these different tools you can use to create your own, as well as differentiating them. I am planning on taking a more in-depth look to some of the sites such as Glogster and Zuna. I do not currently have a BrainPop account, but do use the free links when possible. I think you gave some great ideas, I especially thought it was creative to use the insert Moby page as a scavenger hunt. I can’t wait to try these. Thanks! Would it be possible to get a certificate of participation? Thank you!

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Tatum

    Thanks for so many fabulous comments and feedback! We are glad you all could join us. We will email you your certificates of participation by tomorrow afternoon.

    C. Santori – Great idea to do this in stations, it would work well with a small class or large class. If you have more than 3 computers, you could set up more stations set up at trusted educational sites. Then create a scavenger hunt sheet where students have to switch stations after a certain amount of time to hunt for the information on the different sites. Lots of great things you can do!

    Will – We will isolate a good video resource for you and post it here. If you want to try a WebQuest, the Zunal site really takes you step by step in the template and in details describes every step along the way. sitehttp://www.zunal.com/index.php. Also, the resources that will be emailed out to you will give you additional great information, but we will do our best to find you a great video resource.

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Tatum

    Kelly – great to have you with us. You can still do a hunt with the free movies available! So glad you enjoyed. Kristen Brooks from Woodstock Elementary in Georgia came up with the awesome Moby poster Scavenger Hunt! She is trying it out with a co-worker and all of the 4th and 5th grade students.

  • Jennifer Mink

    I never knew how to do a webquest or scavenger hunt! Thank you all so much for the useful information. I also learned about Glogster.

  • Sherry Richards

    Great information on webquest and scavenger hunts. Can’t wait to try it with the students. I think they’ll love the idea of adding more technology into their learning. Thanks so much for the wonderful information and ideas! Keep it up!

  • http://brainpopandbrainpopjr Mary

    Enjoyed the webinar. Great ideas! Thanks.

  • Pat Sumara

    Enjoyed the webinar, Will try a scavenger hunt soon.

  • http://www.SFAschool.org jpeters

    We’re new subscribers; just happened upon the webinars site; watched this “Webquests” recorded session and appreciate the MANY tips & suggestions! Can’t wait to share info with principal and faculty!
    JP

  • http://www.brainpop.com/educators Tatum

    Jpeters- It is great to have you! Check out all of the recordings in our archived webinars and please join us on Wednesday’s live if you are able to attend. We also have a great “new subscribers” section on BrainPOP Educators, check it out! Welcome to BrainPOP!
    http://www.brainpop.com/educators/new_subscribers/

  • http://www.holyangelsregional.org Katie

    I really enjoyed Wednesday’s webinar. Thank you. I realized during the webinar that I have created more scavenger hunts that I actually called webquests! I am glad to be more clear on the difference and can’t wait to try both using the resources discussed! Thanks too, for the follow-up email!