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Highlights from #BPOPchat May 5th – Engaging Students Through the End of the Year

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Check out highlights from May’s #BPOPchat on Twitter in which educators came together to discuss best strategies for ending the school year strong! BPOPchatters shared resources and insigh...
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Pick Your Panels: Vote Us Onto the Official SXSWedu Line-Up

Posted by Traci K. on

A big thanks to everyone who joined us at SXSWedu 2014 - we'd love to see you there again this March. But to get there, we need your help! Several BrainPOP proposals were chosen for inclusion in th...
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New Math Topic on BrainPOP Jr. – Subtracting with Regrouping

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Teaching subtraction is tricky business!  Our newest BrainPOP Jr. movie, Subtracting with Regrouping, can help students better understand the traditional algorithm, while connecting the meaning of s...
Darwin Animation

Tim, Moby and Darwin!

Posted by SM Bruner on

BrainPOP is much more than a movie and a quiz!  BrainPOP can also be used as inspiration for student animation projects! This Darwin animation was produced by a student of BrainPOP Educator Cheryl P...

Webinar Alert: Getting Creative: Scientific Illustrations & Other Projects

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Wednesday, March 14 Special time: 7:30PM EST Getting Creative: Scientific Illustrations & Other Projects All the way from Shanghai, we welcome Laura Brown, a high school science teacher, ...
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BrainPOP Animator Inspires Students via Skype!

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Multimedia and animation teacher Chris Murphy from Newton Massachusetts, shares his experience with BrainPOP animator Amber Alvarez's virtual visit to his animation class.  By bringing an animat...
Science Education in Shanghai

Guest Blogger Laura Brown – Reflections on Science Education in Shanghai

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With all the buzz at  BrainPOP about the STEM video game challenge and this week's Global Education Conference, today we welcome Guest Blogger Laura Brown. Laura is an expatriate science teacher work...