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Guest Blogger Nili Bartley on My BrainPOP, Grammar and the Flipped Classroom

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Today's guest blogger, 4th grade teacher Nili Bartley from Hopkinton MA attended our first "Certified BrainPOP Educator"  workshop at ISTE 2014 in Atlanta. Read on to learn about Nili's success using...
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Games and Educational Research: A Match Made in Digital Heaven

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Guest blogger Myra Luna-Lucero, M.A., Ed.M. shares the relationship between games and educational research, and  her experience using GameUp games in that capacity. Myra is a third year doctoral stud...
Summer Slump and Math Games

Avoiding the “Summer Slump” with Math Games

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Today's guest blogger, Derek Lomas, shares research about the dreaded summer slump and ways to support students from losing progress over the summer. Derek is a  learning scientist at Carnegie Mellon...
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What Video Games Can Teach Educators

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Last week, guest blogger Caryn Swark shared her tips and tricks for game design in the classroom. Now, she's taken to her own blog to explore the benefits of video games for educators. With an interes...
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Guest Blogger Caryn Swark Shares Tips and Tricks for Game Design in the Classroom

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Most games – card, board, or video – require students to think, solve problems, create, and adapt. But why not go a step beyond playing games and have students actually create games? Game design r...
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When Earthquakes Strike, Think of Moby!

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You never know when something you learned on BrainPOP will come in handy!  5th grade teacher Kathy Roventini recognized this last week when she found herself in the middle of an Earthquake!  She wri...
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Guest blogger Courtney Vorachek Shares Her Use of BrainPOP Jr.

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Guest blogger Courtney Vorachek shares her use of BrainPOP Jr. while teaching her students about division and meeting the demands of the Common Core. With the pressure of spring tests right around...
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Using BrainPOP Español Within an Integrated Study of Social Justice

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In this guest blog post Spanish teacher Erin O'Leary describes using BrainPOP Español to support an integrated unit of study with Social Studies, ELA  and Art in her 7th grade Spanish class. During...
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Be a Guest Blogger on BrainPOP Educators!

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Become a guest blogger on BrainPOP! We love to hear stories about how teachers and students are using BrainPOP in the classroom, and we're currently accepting guest blog post submissions. Whether your...
Academy Awards and BrainPOP!

Guest Blogger Laura Gatto on The Academy Awards, Story Telling and BrainPOP

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The Academy Awards are over, and shiny golden oscars are being clutched proudly under the arms of the winners.  Around the globe millions of people watched the show, but why? Is it the glamour and gl...