Note Taking and BrainPOP

Note Taking With BrainPOP

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See how a 4th grade class uses BrainPOP movies and activity pages for note taking....
Science Class and BrainPOP

Introducing BrainPOP to your Science Class

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See how BrainPOP is used to teach a science class....
Hiroshima and Nagasaki

New Movie: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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You've come to expect BrainPOP movies to explain concepts and ideas with clarity, depth and respect. These qualities are especially important when explaining complex and sensitive topics, such as Sept...
summer connection

Summer Connection and Building a Culture of Innovation.

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BrainPOP was thrilled to sponsor and attend Summer Connection 2012, a conference in Mooresville, North Carolina - home of the "Digital Conversion Initiative" - one of the nations first, and most succe...

BrainPOP Presents Basketball

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Just in time for the Summer Olympics, check out BrainPOP's new movie about basketball. Join Tim and Moby for a journey through the history, the rules and the vocabulary involved in one of the worlds m...
STEM teacher Corps

STEM Teacher Corps Announced

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Last week, President Obama announced plans for a STEM teacher Corps to recognize and reward leading teachers in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) areas. Recognizing the impor...
Moby Does the Robot

Moby Does the Robot

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Want to see Moby in action?  This animated gif, taken near the BrainPOP booth at the ISTE conference back in June, is sure to brighten your day :) Moby...

Art in Nature Lesson Plan: Impressionism and Landscape Painting

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In this two-day lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students learn about Impressionism and view work by artists such as Monet and Pissarro. Through BrainPOP videos and interactive activiti...

The Columbian Exchange Lesson Plan: Cause and Effect

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In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-5, students use BrainPOP resources to explore the reasons Columbus set sail for the New World. Students then investigate the effects that the "disc...

BrainPOP Lesson on Blogs

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Watch as I navigate my way through a lesson on blogs from BrainPop....