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We’re Watching: NSBA Announces 3 BrainPOP Educators as Recipients of the 20 to Watch Award!

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The National School Boards Association's (NSBA) has named its 20 to Watch honors for 2011-2012. These education leaders from across the country are being recognized for promoting the incorporation of ...

Webinar Alert: Getting Creative: Scientific Illustrations & Other Projects

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Wednesday, March 14 Special time: 7:30PM EST Getting Creative: Scientific Illustrations & Other Projects All the way from Shanghai, we welcome Laura Brown, a high school science teacher, ...
Moby and Brainpop in Mumbai

Moby and BrainPOP in Mumbai

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Moby and BrainPOP in Mumbai! At the end of January and beginning of February, I had the privilege to take an educational tour through seven cities in India. While visiting schools, universities, educa...
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What is a Steve Jobs? What is a QR Code?

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BrainPOP Educators Brennan Plummer, Jarrod Stephens and Brian Cook at Worthington Elementary School in Kentucky lead a Student Technology Leadership Program for aspiring technologists! Brennan contact...

Webinar Alert: BrainPOP Resources, An Overview

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Wednesday, March 7 4:30PM ET! Whether you’re a BrainPOP newbie or a veteran in need of a refresher, we’ve got you covered. Join us for this overview webinar as we explore the ins and outs of Br...

Mobile Learning with BrainPOP!

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Tim and Moby are moving to mobile! The BrainPOP Featured Movie apps are available for Chrome users, and for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. That version of the app – also available in Spanish a...

Webinar: Science Class With GameUp

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Note Later Starting Time: Wednesday, February 29 6:30PM ET Join 4th-grade teacher and BrainPOP advisor Robert Miller for an in depth exploration of using GameUp games in science class. Learn how p...
Moby + Picasso = Mobasso

Moby + Picasso = Mobasso! Liz Andrews Shares an Art, Technology and Spanish Integrated Project

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Last week we shared the adorable "Moby is. . ." project by the student at Kentucky Day School. Upon seeing the work published, Liz Andrews, the lower school technology coordinator, shared with us the ...
Creative Inspiration: Moby as Da Vinci

Using BrainPOP for Creative Inspiration!

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Liz Andrews, Lower School Computer Lab Teacher at Kentucky Country Day School (and new mother) uses BrainPOP as inspiration for creative projects with her students. In 2nd grade, the homeroom teache...
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New Math Content on BrainPOP Jr!

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It just keeps on coming. Last week we continued padding out the Arts and Technology section of BrainPOP Jr. with topic pages on Pablo Picasso and Georgia O'Keeffe. This week check out the new math con...