More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Brain Pop! Brain Pop! Brain Pop!
My students need to by motivated and inspired to want to learn today's difficult content! Brain Pop can do just that! It is fun, interactive, and engaging!
Visual aids are key in delivering challenging curriculum. Brain Pop is an ideal way to assist me in teaching my English Learners the vocabulary needed to learn difficult content. I am a visual learner and you probably are too! We learn by what we see, hear and do.
My students are a group of highly curious 2nd graders who come from a relatively low socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhood.
Approximately 80% of our students qualify for the free and reduced lunch program offered. We are a Title 1 school that has the highest of expectations for our students. We are a group of dedicated, engaging, motivating, and inspiring teachers who love our students wholeheartedly. We want to provide our students with the best education possible because we know they deserve our best every day.
Brain Pop is a resource I have used in the past. My students love the characters, sounds, and engaging content. They are clear, concise and provide a humorous visual explanation. The videos contain key content vocabulary and kid-friendly lessons that will enhance my on-going lessons.
This project is very important because our Science curriculum can be very challenging for my little 7-year-olds.
The textbook is definitely geared toward a grade level reader, however, 75% of my students are not at grade level, and the same 75% are English Language Learners. Brain Pop will enhance my lessons and allow my students to visualize difficult concepts and vocabulary.
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