PD Session: BrainPop and More!

Join Tim, Moby, Kelley and Josh for this amazing tour of fantastic internet resources that you can use in your class.

Kelley Schaaf and Josh Stedcke

Presenting last on October 19, 2015 as part of the Sylvania Fall Inservice Day. Next presentation to be announced!

From the ad: “Join Tim, Moby, Kelley, and Josh for this amazing tour of fantastic internet resources that you can use in your class.”

After this session you may feel like your BRAIN may POP, but you will have the power to DISCOVER amazing things you KHAN do in your classroom.  TALKing to your friends about all things TEDucational will also benefit you as an educator.  You will get an indepth look at internet resources like BrainPop, Khan Academy, Discovery Education, and TED talks.  Discover how you can incorporate these internet resources into your classroom to supplement your lessons in a way that your students will find enjoyable and informative.  There will be time built in for a “workshop” to explore what all these sites have to offer as well as a time for Q & A.

Couldn’t make the session?  Check out this video from Josh and Kelley on BrainPop!

Session Materials

Josh and Kelley’s Google Presentation

Brainpop Link

Brainpop YouTube Channel

Discovery Education Link

Discover Education Introduction Video

Discovery Education YouTube Channel

Khan Academy Link

Khan Academy Introduction Video

TED Talks Link

TED Talks Most Popular Playlist

TED Talks Must-See Playlist

Author: David Budas

David Budas is a social studies teacher at McCord Junior High School.

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