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Guest Blogger Nili Bartley on Assessing Student Understanding With My BrainPOP

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Guest blogger Nili Bartley from Hopkinton, MA is a 4th grade teacher who's embraced My BrainPOP as part of her classroom culture. Read on to learn about Nili's experience using My BrainPOP's features ...

Virtual Labs Gram Staining Differentiation Strategies

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Provide support to struggling learners by completing the Virtual Labs Gram Staining Slide Prep and (and possibly the Gram Staining) portion of the interactive in a small group setting. This will allow...

Jelly Bean Game Differentiation Strategies

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There are three sections of the Jelly Bean game: counting, number sense, and math facts. Within each section of the game, there are three levels: Counting: Level 1: Type in the number of jelly beans...
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Invasion Differentiation Strategies

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The Invasion game can easily be differentiated for a variety of grade levels. We recommend allowing all students to independently explore the first portion of the game. Draw students’ attention to t...
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Treefrog Treasure Differentiation Strategies

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The Treefrog Treasure game is a great tool for differentiation strategies, automatically adjusting to students’ performance and providing appropriate levels of mathematical complexity. The first fe...