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Brain Pop and Google Docs: A Winning Combination


Peanut Butter & Jelly, Cupcakes & Sprinkles, and Laverne & Shirley.. all delightful combinations. Now we have Brain Pop and Google Docs! Yes, that is right you can now track and store student progress on the Brain Pop quizzes in Google Docs. How about that? You will need a Google Apps account first and a Brain Pop subscription, but if you have those 2 things you are on your way to keeping track of the great learning your students are doing. Some of you may now be using Google across your district for email and docs, so check with your IT administrator to have the Brain Pop Google App added to your account. If you don’t have a system wide Google email, go and set up your own Google App account. You will need to go to the Google App Markeplace and add the app to your Google Docs. Follow the step by step directions provided by Brain Pop that follows. If it seems a little confusing, give your IT folks a call. It is well worth the effort! Love me some Brain Pop!

Brain Pop and Google Docs Explanation

Brain Pop and Google Docs Step by Step Presentation

Brain Pop App on Google App Marketplace

Tutorial Video

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