Even if your school doesn’t have dedicated art rooms or programs, the arts can still have a big impact on students when integrated with subjects across the curriculum. Why not bring more of that magic into the classroom?
Read how one educator creatively incorporates essential life skills into her instruction to meet students where they are—and promote educational and personal development.
Meet Charles Best, the nonprofit founder and former teacher who has devoted his career to funding classroom educators working on the “front lines.” In the POP Seat is an education thought leadership series brought to you by BrainPOP.
Reimagining the parent-teacher-student triangle can set the stage for an empowering and impactful long-term partnership.
A BrainPOP scriptwriter reflects on an evolving relationship with her Hispanic heritage, which has helped shape some of her favorite related BrainPOP topics.