SEG’s Study is Honored

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Great news! We have been selected to be featured in the newest SITE publication “Research Highlights in Technology & Teacher Education.” Our chapter is titled, Improving Student Science and English Language skills: A Study of the Effectiveness of BrainPOP.  The BrainPOP effectiveness study, by SEG’s Scott Elliot,  is one of just 40 papers featured in the peer-refereed publication. Other articles look at implementing teacher professional development, teacher perceptions, and impact of technology on student learning.

Please share with us if you are conducting research on the use of BrainPOP!

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