Make-a-Map: 1 Minute Overview

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This brief screencast provides an overview of the Make-a-Map tool on BrainPOP.  This video also appears as "contextual help" under the question mark symbol on the BrainPOP Make-a-Map interface. &nb...


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Originally Recorded January 2016 This webinar showcases the IdeaphoraⓇ-powered Make-a-Map, which lets students create concept maps using keywords, movie clips, and other elements to connect their t...

Using Make-a-Map

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This screencast provides a brief overview of how Make-a-Map can enhance student learning through concept mapping....
BrainPOP Educators’ Self-Guided Overview Course

BrainPOP Educators’ self-guided overview course

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We hear lots of teachers say there are far more resources on BrainPOP than they ever knew were there! GameUp, the Quiz Mixer, and the Make-A-Map Tool are just three of many new features we've added to...

Make-a-Map Overview

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Overview video of the concept-mapping tool....

Concept Mapping with BrainPOP’s Make-A-Map Tool

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Have you tried Make-a-Map yet? BrainPOP Movie watching becomes interactive with our Make-a-Map tool. Click the "Make-a-Map" button on any topic page and give it a try! The movie appears in the uppe...

Science: Concept Map on Cell Structures

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Take a peek at how this Cell Structures exemplar concept map was made using our new concept mapping tool, Make-a-Map.  The video provides a bit of context around how concept maps can be easily built i...

Science: Time lapse video for Mammals Concept Map

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Take a peek at how we created the Mammals exemplar concept map with this time-lapse video.  It provides a bit of context around how concept maps are built using our new concept mapping tool....

Scientific Method concept map created with Make-a-Map!

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Concept maps take on many different structure types like chains or loops like the student example shown here or they can resemble spiders or clusters.  There are also compare and contrast designs as w...


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