Teach computer skills

3 Ways for Using BrainPOP Jr. To Teach Computer Skills to Young Learners

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BrainPOP Jr. can help you teach and reinforce all sorts of key skills in technology for K-3 students: internet safety, parts of a computer, responsible use of computers, blogs, email, and more! Here ...
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Roundtable Learning Strategy

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Roundtable is a good cooperative structure and interactive activity to practice vocabulary, grammar, or even content. Students pass a paper around, adding an item according to the criteria you designa...
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Chronopticon Essential Questions

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How do the components of our Solar System move and interact with one another? How do the motions of Earth and our moon affect our lives? How does Earth's relationship to the sun affect our plan...
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Chronopticon Differentiation Strategies

Posted by Dana Burnell on

The Chronopticon game can be used in many different ways to meet the needs of students at a varying range of ability levels. We suggest that you utilize the game in the following ways: An in-cla...
Pyramid Panic

Pyramid Panic Tips and Tricks

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The pyramid in the Pyramid Panic game has four zones, each of which features three levels and a Boss Level, making 16 levels in total. Each zone contains a unique mix of mathematical problems, with th...
Teaching With Simulations

Teaching Strategies for Interactive Simulations

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Interactive simulations are different from games, and therefore have different functions and purposes in the classroom. Simulations are not play-based, and students can’t input information and get f...
BrainPOP Students Blog

BrainPOP Students Blog

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Watch how BrainPOP students blog in the classroom to learn and help each other find answers!...
Science Class and BrainPOP

Introducing BrainPOP to your Science Class

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See how BrainPOP is used to teach a science class....