Big News from BrainPOP ESL!

June 25, 2012

Categories: BrainPOP ESL General
BrainPOP has some exciting news!  We are thrilled to announce that we’ve released the “Hear It, Say It” recording tool on BrainPOP ESL.  Students will now have the opportunity to hear a phrase...

BrainPOP Joins HP on the Teacher Experience Exchange

June 14, 2012

BrainPOP Educators is spreading the love and you can now find some of our quality lesson plans on the HP Teacher Experience Exchange.  Much like BrainPOP Educators, the Teacher Experience Exchange is...

June Spotlights

June 1, 2012

  Things get a little weird this month on BrainPOP with June’s spotlight: Weird Science.  We’ve included everything from Bruises to Bats to Boogers.  Yuck!  Explore those strange carnivor...

Share YOUR Voice

May 21, 2012

Categories: General
Dr. Kari Stubbs, BrainPOP’s Vice President of 21st Century Learning, is a member of the Voice of the Educator Working Group within SIIA – the Software & Information Industry Association.  The...

Hot Off the Press – Horizon Report K12 Edition: 2012

May 18, 2012

BrainPOP’s Vice President of 21st Century Learning, Dr. Kari Stubbs, is a member of the  Horizon K12 Board.  We’re excited to share that the 2012 edition of the Horizon K12 report was just relea...

What Do Teachers Really Think About Gaming in Education?

May 17, 2012

Categories: GameUP Gaming General
We’ve made some interesting additions to our research page on BrainPOP Educators. BrainPOP teamed up with the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop to lead a research project, Teacher Attitudes...

Guest Blogger: Jaclyn McLaren’s Year End Review

May 15, 2012

Jaclyn McLaren is a 6th grade Earth Science teacher at Webb Bridge Middle School in Alpharetta, GA. I have been teaching 6th Grade Earth Science for six years and we have been able to use BrainPOP,...

New on BrainPOP: Edgar Allan Poe

May 14, 2012

Categories: BrainPOP General Writing
Worry nevermore, BrainPOP now has an  Edgar Allan Poe movie!  We profile the 19th century author’s background and career as a writer, as well as his influence on gothic literature.  Join Tim and ...

May Spotlights

May 7, 2012

We're spotlighting Sports & Fitness and Practical Math this month, so be sure to check out the collection of movies and other resources featured throughout all of May.   The arrival of warmer we...

The REAL Commission Report

April 30, 2012

Categories: Conferences General
Back in January we shared Dr. Kari Stubs’s experience at the  REAL (Recommendations for Education and Advancement of Learning) Commission kickoff meeting in Washington, DC.  The commission consist...