Active Imagination Lesson Plan: Everyone’s Creative

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In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students learn about active imagination and how they can use their imaginations to solve problems, create, and have a positive impact on the wo...
Creative Inspiration: Moby as Da Vinci

Using BrainPOP for Creative Inspiration!

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Liz Andrews, Lower School Computer Lab Teacher at Kentucky Country Day School (and new mother) uses BrainPOP as inspiration for creative projects with her students. In 2nd grade, the homeroom teachers...
digital storytelling

Guest Blogger Lisi Geffen Loves to Tell Stories, Digitally!

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Digital Storytelling is a powerful educational tool because it's engaging for students, encourages creativity, and can provide important context expressing understanding of classroom studies. Students...

All this Scratchin’ is Making me Itch!

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Have you heard about Scratch? Well if you like BrainPOP, you'll love Scratch. Scratch is a unique, free programming tool that can be used for game design, storytelling, animation and all sorts of mult...