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Playful Learning: Fluency Games and BrainPOP

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At BrainPOP, we understand that computational fluency--the ability to re-create pathways in the brain, and then strengthen these connections through repetition and feedback--is essential to attaining ...
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RTI and BrainPOP

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Response to Intervention (RTI) is  a multi-tiered approach for early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs. The practice involves providing high-quality instruction...
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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: ...
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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 an...
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A Games Part 2: Case Studies of Game Features that Support Formative Assessment Practice

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The A-GAMES project (Analyzing Games for Assessment in Math, ELA/Social Studies, and Science), a collaboration between the University of Michigan and New York University, studied how teachers actually...
Speak Up 2014

Speak Up 2014 – Make Your Voice Heard

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Are you “Speaking Up” about digital learning this year? If not, you are missing a unique opportunity to have your views—as well as the views of your educators, students, their parents and the lo...
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Games and Educational Research: A Match Made in Digital Heaven

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Guest blogger Myra Luna-Lucero, M.A., Ed.M. shares the relationship between games and educational research, and  her experience using GameUp games in that capacity. Myra is a third year doctoral stud...
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The 2013 Speak Up Survey Results Are In!

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Speak Up is an initiative of Project Tomorrow, the country’s leading nonprofit organization that works to make students’ voices heard in education.  Each year, the Speak Up National Research Proj...

Improving Academic Success With BrainPOP Among a Multi-Lingual Student Population in Canada

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Cheryl Paige, principal at the Joyce Public School, is justifiably proud of her award-winning school and faculty. Joyce is part of the Toronto District Model Schools for Inner Cities Initiative, a...
Building Skill Mastery and Self-Confidence Through BrainPOP

Building Skill Mastery and Self-Confidence Through BrainPOP at School for Learning Disabled Students

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  The mission of Verona, NJ's The Children's Institute (TCI) has always been to provide the highest quality educational and therapeutic programs for students with learning, language and soci...