Partners in Learning

Microsoft Partners in Learning

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Dr. Kari Stubbs, Vice President of 21st Century Learning, is heading west to Redmond, WA to visit the Microsoft Headquarters for the 2012 Partners in Learning US Forum. This BrainPOP-sponsored event w...
Connected Educators Month

Connected Educators Month & Back to School

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Have you heard about Connected Educators Month? This August, the US department of Education is launching a coordinated effort with many education organizations (including BrainPOP) to provide events a...
NABE conference

NABE Conference- Call for Proposals

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The NABE conference is the largest gathering of ELL educators in the country and there’s no better place to spread the word about our award-winning BrainPOP ELL. The 42nd annual conference will be hel...

Guest Blogger Rachael Tarshes’s ISTE Playground Recap

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8th Grade Science teacher, guest blogger, and superstar BrainPOP Educator Rachael Tarshes joined the BrainPOP team in San Diego to share her strategies for game-based learning at the ISTE Playground. ...
ISTE San Diego

Thank you, ISTE San Diego!

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Our whirlwind trip to the ISTE San Diego conference has come to an end and we truly had a blast! It was great seeing all of our amazing educators in person and hearing about the exciting things you're...
HP Teacher Experience Exchange

BrainPOP Joins the HP Teacher Experience Exchange

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BrainPOP Educators is spreading the love and you can now find some of our quality lesson plans on the HP Teacher Experience Exchange. Much like BrainPOP Educators, the Teacher Experience Exchange is a...
BrainPOP with Google Apps

BrainPOP and Google Apps for Education

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We're excited about the ability for users of BrainPOP and Google Apps to connect the services. By doing so, everyone benefits from the ease of single sign on (sso) and the ability to send quiz scores ...
Assessment Games

Assessment Games: A Design Challenge!

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With the rise in popularity of games based learning, we are hearing more and more about game based assessment.  Though we believe that students learn a great deal and exercise their "problem solving" ...
educator recognition program

Deadline Approaching: All Expenses Paid Educator Recognition Program

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The Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 US Forum is Microsoft’s premier educator recognition program open to all K-12 educators. The Forum seeks to find and showcase examples of innovation happening i...
Gaming in Education

New Research: Teacher Attitudes about Gaming in the Classroom

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What Do Teachers Really Think About Gaming in Education? A few months ago, BrainPOP teamed up with the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and embarked on a research project to dig deep into t...