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BrainPOP’s GameUp: Using “Guts and Bolts” as a Teaching Tool

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This video documents a play testing session for BrainPOP's GameUP science game, "Guts and Bolts," while providing tips and tricks for teachers who wish to use the game as a teaching tool....

Win the White House!

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That's the name of the latest game added to BrainPOP's GameUp. In Win the White House, students get to experience what it's like to run a presidential campaign. Players choose issues that are importan...
Introducing Games Based Learning

Guest Blogger Rachael Tarshes Share Best Tips for Introducing Games Based Learning in the Classroom

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8th Grade Science teacher, guest blogger and  superstar BrainPOP Educator Rachael Tarshes had some creative strategies for introducing game based learning in her classroom this year! Read about her st...

Pavlov’s Dog Learning Game

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Visit the Lesson Ideas page to find resources for Pavlov's Dog, a free online science game....

Branches of Power Social Studies Game

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Visit the Lesson Ideas page to find resources for Branches of Power, a free online civics and social studies game....
iCivics and BrainPOP

BrainPOP’s GameUp Presents iCivics

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Teaching U.S. Government? You'll love the iCivics games on BrainPOP's GameUp. This screencast shares best practices for getting the most of of these amazing games.  ...
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Guts and Bolts Learning Game

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Visit the Lesson Ideas page to find resources for Guts and Bolts, a free online science and health game....
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BrainPOP GameUP at Games Learning and Society

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Since last June, when BrainPOP's GameUP network offically launched, learners have logged hundreds of thousands of hours playing educational games on our site! With the excitement and interest in our g...

Managing Diabetes Lesson Plan: The Diabetic Dog Game

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In this diabetic dog lesson plan about managing diabetes, which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students use BrainPOP resources to identify the elements a diabetic person (or in this game, a dog!) needs...

Constellations and Elapsed Time Lesson Plan: Chronopticon Game

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In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 6-12, students use BrainPOP resources to calculate elapsed time in meaningful contexts and use models to understand that the rotation of the Earth ca...