Creative Coding Assessment Rubric

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A printable rubric to assess coding projects....
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Challenge Students With Our Newest Feature

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We’re thrilled to announce the beta launch of our newest feature, the Challenge! The auto-graded,  mobile-ready Challenge is designed to help measure students’ understanding of a given topic and provi...
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Thumbs Up for BrainPOP’s Proposed SXSWedu 2017 Panels

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The SXSWedu Panel Picker is officially open through September 2! Shape the conference line-up and help get BrainPOP onto the 2017 schedule by casting your vote for the sessions we’re involved with: A...

BrainPOP Professional Development: We Come to You!

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We are thrilled to announce the debut of a BrainPOP Professional Learning workshops, a new “in person” professional development program that features sessions on relevant topics like BrainPOP for asse...

Getting Started with Make-a-Map for BrainPOP ELL

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Make-a-Map is BrainPOP ELL’s concept mapping tool powered by IdeaphoraⓇ. Make-a-Map enables students to transform information into knowledge by making meaningful connections between their thoughts and...

Using SnapThought®

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This screencast provides a brief overview of the SnapThought® tool....

Using The Quiz Mixer

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This screencast provides a brief overview of The Quiz Mixer....
universal design for learning

Certified BrainPOP Educators Talk Universal Design for Learning

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning design framework that outlines principles for making curriculum and learning experiences accessible for all. The UDL guidelines have been developed in...
NGSS Task Analysis

Blooms Taxonomy in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

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In this final installment in a 3-part series, BrainPOP’s Assessment Specialist, Kevin Miklasz, shares his analysis of the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards in relation to the levels of...
A-Games Project

Using Games for Formative Assessment: The A-Games Project

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We’re thrilled to be able to tell you about the A-Games Project, a newly published study that looks at the use of digital learning games for formative assessment. This project, funded by the Bill and ...