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In this section, you'll find an overview presentation of the site; a series of video demonstrations, each focusing on a different feature of the site or topic area; and session presentations that allow you to watch conference sessions at your convenience.
Want to do a presentation on ReadWriteThink? This ready-made PowerPoint covers all of the information that you'd want to cover as an overview to the site. Feel free to use it as is, or download and customize to meet the needs of your presentation.
These short video demonstrations focus on various features of the site. Even if you're a regular visitor, be sure to check back often--these videos will make sure you're getting the most out of the site! ReadWriteThink ReViews also work well within a presentation of the site for thorough exploration.
ReadWriteThink ReView Videos (12)
Getting Inspired by Community Stories
Saving Work With the Student Interactives
Engaging Students After School and at Home
Learning About Our Authors and Reviewers
Finding Resources for Your Grade Level
Sharing Your Ideas by Posting Comments
Have you been lucky enough to see a live ReadWriteThink-sponsored presentation? From national conferences to regional and local meetings, the site’s content is often presented in front of a packed crowd. But if you aren't able to see us in person, we're bringing these presentations directly to you, online, so you won't miss out.
Session Presentations (13)
In Part 3 of this three-part video series, Emily Manning shows the online interactive tools she uses in her invention sessions.
Laurie Henry and Lisa Zawilinski show you how to use blogs to develop higher order thinking and to connect your students with other students around the world.
In Part 3 of this three-part video series, Deborah Kozdras and James Welsh focus on the integration of technology and engineering to enhance literacy learning in K–12 classrooms.
In Part 2 of this three-part video series, Jennifer Altieri shares how students can connect math and poetry in the classroom.
In Part 1 of this three-part video series, Emily Manning highlights ways to connect science concepts and poetry in the classroom.