It’s been great to see all these creative ways teachers and administrators get the word out to their staff to ensure they don’t miss out on BrainPOP. Here are a few examples I found recently.
Robert Miller created a dedicated page of his class website filled with information for his students, families, and peers with a great name: Your Daily Dose of BrainPOP! And Josh and Reagan, two students in the class, created POP Blog with information on how extra credit can be earned using BrainPOP!
Seattle Homeschooling for the Beginner Examiner embedded our Moby widget!
Teachers Tech Blog blogs about BrainPOP!
and the Tweets… don’t get me started! That will get its own blog post very soon, but just a few great ideas:
Teachers who train their colleagues:
@nikilnh: Just presented features of BrainPOP teachesr may not be aware of. http://tinyurl.com/cy9k6q @brainpop
Teachers who share class updates:
Sept 11 http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/ushistory/september11th/ Nice job @brainpop!
Teachers who retweet our tweets:
RT @brainpop: BrainPOP teachers available after school today!, 3:30-5,EDT, answering ?’s & brainstorming ideas. http://tinyurl.com/lnf9xj
And finally, teachers are becoming fans of BrainPOP on Facebook!
How are you implementing BrainPOP in your classroom, school or district? We’d love to hear your ideas!