I’ve previously posted about Brainpop’s generous offer to provide free accounts while our schools are closed.
Initially, it appeared to me that they were only offering one common sign-in for everyone at a school, and that students would have to email a teacher their test results for each video. Obviously, that’s not as good as having individual student accounts to track progress and to have access to all the other Brainpop features, like making animated movies. But it’s certainly generous and workable.
But, after contacting them, I learned that they were, indeed, offering teachers the ability to create individual student accounts! In order to do so, you might just have to email their support folks, and it might take a very short while (they’re getting tens-of-thousands of requests), but they’ll give it to you (I have permission from them to share this info).
This is amazing. It’s perfect for ELLs and others.
I’m adding this info to THE “BEST OF THE BEST” RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHERS DEALING WITH SCHOOL CLOSURES