BrainPOP ESL on Android: There’s an App for That!

June 30, 2014

There’s an app for that! English language learners and teachers can now take Ben and Moby on the go with the newly launched app offering BrainPOP ESL on Android. The latest addition to our suite of...

Guest Blog Post: Promoting Energy Literacy Education Efforts Across the U.S.

May 20, 2014

Categories: General
Josh Sneideman is a middle-school science teacher and Albert Einstein Fellow at Department of Energy, promoting energy literacy education efforts across the US. Erin Twamley is an Education Specialis...

Your Guide for Grants and Funding

April 28, 2014

Categories: Teacher Resources
We’re often asked about guides for grants and funding, and we’re thrilled to share two exciting opportunities to support you in building your grant writing toolkit. If you have an idea that you’...

Submit Your Projects for the NMC Horizon Report: 2014 K-12 Edition

April 21, 2014

Categories: General
Now is your opportunity to spread the word about the innovative work you’re doing in the upcoming NMC Horizon Report: 2014 K-12 Edition! This annual report is a collaborative effort between the NMC ...

Submit a Proposal for an ISTE 2014 Ignite Session!

April 8, 2014

The Ignite sessions are back for the ISTE 2014 conference in Atlanta! If you missed the 2014 ISTE proposal deadline, you still have the opportunity to present at the conference. During the Ignite sess...

What Video Games Can Teach Educators

April 7, 2014

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...

Celebrate Lemur Week with BrainPOP and IMAX®!

March 31, 2014

March 29 marks the start of Lemur Week and BrainPOP is proud to team up with Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX to shine a spotlight on the endangered lemurs in Madagascar. In preparation for the release ...

Guest Blogger Caryn Swark Shares Tips and Tricks for Game Design in the Classroom

March 24, 2014

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...

The 2013 Speak Up Survey Results Are In!

March 21, 2014

Speak Up is an initiative of Project Tomorrow, the country’s leading nonprofit organization that works to make students’ voices heard in education.  Each year, the Speak Up National Research Proj...

Share Your Voice During a Birds-of-a-Feather Session at ISTE 2014!

March 13, 2014

ISTE is asking for your help in planning their birds-of-a-feather sessions at the 2014 conference. Unlike the traditional conference presentations, these sessions give attendees the opportunity to eng...