Screen Shot 2016-03-11 at 3.33.46 PM

Introducing Make-a-Map and SnapThought for BrainPOP Jr.!

Posted by jordant on

We’re excited to announce two new additions to BrainPOP Jr.: the Ideaphora®-powered Make-a-Map and SnapThought! Make-a-Map With Make-a-Map officially available on BrainPOP Jr., K-3 students can...
Screen Shot 2016-04-21 at 2.18.34 PM

My BrainPOP Highlights

Posted by cemignano on

Curious about the My BrainPOP features? Find out what's included when students and teachers have their own individual accounts....

See What’s New with BrainPOP This Summer–in Person!

Posted by angelawatson on

Catch up with BrainPOP this summer: we're heading to some awesome education conferences throughout the season, and we'd love to connect with you there! If you'll be attending any of the conferences...
Playful Assessment Webinar2

Why Use Playful Assessments?

Posted by cemignano on

Originally Recorded April 2015 “Assessment” is a word we tend to associate more with “boring but reliable” than “engaging for students.” But it may be time to rethink that. We welcome K...
BrainPOP on the Road

Heading to a conference? So are we!

Posted by angelawatson on

If you're planning to attend any of these fantastic education conferences in May or June, we'd love to connect with you! Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall for a free demonstration of new tools ...

Get Up and Running with My BrainPOP

Posted by cemignano on

Simplify the way you keep track of learning with the “My BrainPOP” suite of features. Customize assessments; see quiz scores and class-wide analysis; review student concept maps; provide feedback ...
Screen Shot 2015-11-21 at 7.36.48 PM

GameUp SnapThought Step Guide

Posted by cemignano on

This step guide will walk you through the process of using the SnapThought tool to help students reflect on key moments of certain games on GameUp....

My BrainPOP is YOUR BrainPOP

Posted by cemignano on

If you haven’t already begun using our newest feature - My BrainPOP -  it’s a great time to get started! Developed with the close input of teachers like you, My BrainPOP simplifies both teachers...
The Snapthought Reflection Tool

SnapThought, a Written Reflection Tool

Posted by SM Bruner on

This screencast illustrates our written reflection tool. Learn how students can take screenshots and write comments on key moments of game play within a selection of GameUp titles. The SnapThought...