My BrainPOP offers students and teachers the tools to record learning accomplishments from game play, activities, quizzes, and more.

If you’re having trouble with it, feel free to contact us at any time – we’re happy to help!

We do, however, encourage you to first explore this list of frequently asked questions. There’s a pretty good chance yours is among them, and it’s the fastest way to get answers. We’ve also created a series of detailed screencasts to get you started with this new feature.

My BrainPOP: The Basics

My BrainPOP Overview

Who has access to My BrainPOP?

How do I get started with My BrainPOP?

Is My BrainPOP available on BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP Español, and/or BrainPOP ESL?

My BrainPOP Teacher Registration

What is the Educator Code and why do I need it?

I don’t know my Educator Code! Help!

Where do I enter the Educator Code?

How do I link my existing My BrainPOP teacher account to my BrainPOP subscription?

Setting Up Classes in My BrainPOP

What is a My BrainPOP class and how do I set one up?

Can I have more than one class?

How do I invite students to join my class?

Tracking Students’ Progress on My BrainPOP

How do I score a quiz that was created with the Mixer?

How do I delete a class?

What is the Timeline View?

What is the “All Scores” button on the Spreadsheet View?

How do I change or reset a student’s personal username or password?

How do I remove a student from a class?

What is the Spreadsheet View?

What does it mean to archive a class?

Managing Students and Classes

What happens when I delete a class?

How do I change or reset a student’s personal username or password?

How do I remove a student from a class?

How do I delete a class?

What does it mean to archive a class?

Student View

What does My BrainPOP track for students?

Can a student submit the same quiz or activity to more than one teacher?

Can students join multiple classes?

How do students join a class?

How do students submit work to a teacher?

Can a student pause while working on an Activity page and then come back to it later?

How do students receive scores and comments from a teacher?