Sneak Peek

I had someone ask a great question in a recent BrainPOP webinar I did: Can you give us a sneak peek of upcoming movies? Sure! Here’s what you can keep an eye out for in the near future:

BrainPOP: Later this summer, we’ll have new movies on Plagiarism, Stress, Ramadan, and the Nitrogen Cycle. And as we get closer to back-to-school time, we’ll roll out a fresh spotlight on Digital Citizenship, which will include our new movies on Social Networking, Cyberbullying, Information Privacy, and more.

BrainPOP Jr.: Keep an eye out for Rosa Parks, Arctic Habitats, Making Ten, Caring for Teeth, and Making Predictions (for Reading Comprehension), all coming this month!

Let us know if you liked the sneak peek by commenting below, and I’ll make it a regular feature!

7 comments
  1. Allisyn said:

    Well thank you very much! Thrilled to hear it. Congrats on the exciting new resources. Please let us know how you use the Digital Citizenship Spotlight!

  2. 3rdGradeTeacher said:

    I love this feature and you should definitely keep it. In fact, I’m forwarding it to my supervisors in an effort to encourage them to purchase a school-wide subscription. The Digital Citizenship movies are perfect for our school as we have just built a new building with additional computer labs. We will certainly want the students to be aware of expectations and proper boundaries! You rock BrainPop!

  3. allisyn said:

    Ha! So happy to hear you are as excited about Digital Citizenship as we are. Your wish is granted — under the Spotlight image on the right, there’s a small text link that says “Spotlight Archives.” That gives you access to all of the Spotlights, so like you said, teachers and parents can get to it as needed. Thanks for commenting, Robert!

  4. Robert Miller said:

    VERY excited to see a spotlight coming about the concepts of digital citizenship! I hope that even after the year begins and new spotlights are posted that this one could remain with a live url… I foresee teachers with websites wanting to link to this page for required viewing and refreshing by their students/parents.
    There are soooo many 2.0 apps, sites, and widgets that continue to pop up making learning so interactive outside of the classroom– I know my 5th graders need these skills instilled now rather than later.

    Oh, and these sneak peeks are great! Moby is such a tease.

  5. allisyn said:

    Thanks for your feedback! I’ll keep this feature going, and pass on the suggestion to our Production team.

  6. Kim Sullivan said:

    It would be great if you could add more famous scientists that are women, African American, Hispanic etc.

  7. Stacy said:

    I really appreciated knowing what you are working on! I saw a few movie titles that I plan to come back and look for in a month! Thanks for the heads up!