Saturday, October 17, 2009

BrainPOP and H1N1 Video Clip

BrainPOP, an educational resource providing animated content, lesson plans, and much more to help educators engage students (and whose motto of "The more you know, the more you know!" always cracks me up for some reason), is offering schools two weeks of complimentary remote access to all BrainPOP resources during school hours (7 am-5:30 pm local time). Sign up here to get in on this cool BrainPOP offer. The purpose of such good will is explained in a recent newsletter:
Last spring, more than 700 schools in 25 states temporarily closed due to outbreaks of the H1N1 virus. We're all hoping for the best this flu season. But as schools prepare for the possibilities of illness-related absences and disruptions to studies, we'd like to help.
Here's the updated H1N1 video they've made to help address misunderstandings students (and some adults..) might have:

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