My BrainPOP Monster School Bus

Monster School Bus: Additional My BrainPOP Features

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Have your students signed up for individual logins through My BrainPOP? If so, they’ll be able to take snapshots during Monster School Bus game play! MyBrainPOP is available to BrainPOP Educators w...
evaluating educational games

3 Tips for Evaluating Educational Games

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Guest Blogger Andrew K. Miller (@betamiller on Twitter) is on the National Faculty for the Buck Institute for Education, an organization specializing in 21st century project-based learning, as well as...
Using games in learning centers

Using Games in Learning Centers

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Using games in learning centers not only helps your students learn; it can help you better assess their learning! GameUp and GameUp Jr. work exceptionally well as work station or learning center activ...
Moby and Tim cooperative gaming

Setting Cooperative Gaming Expectations

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If you are allowing students to cooperatively play an educational game, make sure you go over expectations for being a good cooperative gaming partner. Explain what it looks like and sounds like to wo...
Monster School Bus Game Assessment Ideas

Monster School Bus Game Assessment Ideas

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Use the following game assessment ideas to encourage students to think critically about what they've learned during Monster School Bus game play: What do you like about this game? What are y...