Navigate your way to our booth for an orientation on all our new offerings, sure to broaden your BrainPOP horizons. Explore the Mixer; the latest GameUp learning games; BrainPOP Educators' new Lesson Plans and Teaching Tools pages for every topic; freshly minted BrainPOP ESL lessons; mobile learning options; and more. We'll run demos every half hour.
Remember, the Mixer enables you to easily create your own BrainPOP quizzes. Use assessment items you already have, or customize any of those in BrainPOP's extensive collection. Like what you've done? Share it with the rest of the BrainPOP Educators community. Plus, you - and your students - will be able to track scores, answers to open response questions, and other learning activities.
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Wednesday, January 30 ▪ 10-11 am ▪ Room S320H
Got Game? Games for learning is a hot topic in education, with major coverage in recent editions of the Horizon K12 Report and other leading publications. Join Brian Alspach (E-Line Media), Scot Osterweil (MIT), Naomi Greenfield (FableVision), Gary Goldberger (FableVision), Betsy Peisach (Maryland Public Television), and our own Kari Stubbs, PhD, for this timely session. They'll explore how that predicted trend is becoming a reality, covering game creation, intersection with digital content, research, challenges, and professional development. Attendees will leave with access to FREE educational games that span curriculum, professional development resources, and case study examples of how to integrate them into teaching.
Join the POParazzi
What's FETC without a Moby photo op? Pose with our robot and share your shots via email, Twitter and Instagram, then come see yourself on screen at the booth. Ask us about the details.
Share the Love
Know someone else who could benefit from BrainPOP? Come by the booth to pick up a "Share the Love" card. They'll love the discount, you'll get a "li'l something" to love too.
BrainPOP (www.brainpop.com) creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports teachers, and bolsters achievement – in classrooms, at home, and on mobile devices. Our award-winning online resources include BrainPOP Jr. (K-3), BrainPOP, BrainPOP Español, and, for English language learners, BrainPOP ESL. We are also home to GameUp, an educational games portal for the classroom, and the new assessment Mixer. All of our resources are supported by BrainPOP Educators, our free professional community. BrainPOP sites and mobile apps support individual, team, and whole-class learning in traditional, blended, and “flipped” settings. Our content is mapped to Common Core, aligned to academic standards, and easily searchable with our Standards Tool. BrainPOP global sites host more than 11 million visits each month.