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#Edtechbridge – Connecting Teachers and Entrepreneurs Through Twitter – Wednesdays at 6PM ET

There is a lot of buzz about teachers and EdTech entrepreneurs working together to build great tools for students and schools, but it still ...

Submit a Proposal for an ISTE 2014 Ignite Session!

The Ignite sessions are back for the ISTE 2014 conference in Atlanta! If you missed the 2014 ISTE proposal deadline, you still have the oppo...

What Video Games Can Teach Educators

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 explor...

Code Fred: a New Science Game Now on GameUp

We're excited to feature another incredible free science game by our partners at the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago! You m...

April Spotlight on Earth Awareness

Though we support thinking about the earth everyday, April is officially Earth Awareness Month! Show your love for the planet with our Eart...

Celebrate Lemur Week with BrainPOP and IMAX®!

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 enda...

New on GameUp: Multiplication Blocks

If you've ever played Addition Blocks, you know how fun (and addictive!) it can be to practice adding numbers through a well-designed game. ...

Oncology: A Free Health Game

Oncology is a fantastic addition to our Health games. Created by our partners at LGN/Morgridge Institute for Research, this game allows stu...

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

Most games – card, board, or video – require students to think, solve problems, create, and adapt. But why not go a step beyond playing ...

The 2013 Speak Up Survey Results Are In!

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