BrainPOP was founded in 1999, and ever since then it is used to create animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement. They have been awarded many times and have won valuable awards on online educational resources.
Some of the things they can be proud of are:
BrainPOP supports individual, team, and whole-class learning.
At school and in informal learning environments, they applications and tools help introduce new topics and illustrate complex concepts.
All their resources are fully supported by BrainPOP Educators, the free teacher community and e-learners. Their content is mapped to the Common Core, aligned to academic standards, and searchable with online Standards Tool. BrainPOP can be easily used, there is no downloading, installation, or special hardware.
BrainPOP was initiated by Avraham Kadar, M.D., an immunologist and pediatrician, in order to have the difficult education concepts explained to his young patients. Now it is used in almost 20 percent of U.S. schools, and is growing internationally.
With the in-house team of educators, animators, and writers, who produce and continually improve BrainPOP, valuable teacher and parent input is created.
Anyone interested can start exploring BrainPOP at Free Stuff.