Pop Goes the Classroom
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"Teaching is both science and art. I can give you the science - you must be born with the art".
 
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The Teacher's Guide for Disney's Frozen offers ideas for cross curricular integration for multiple grade levels from K-12. Pop Goes the Classroom Teacher's Guides are idea lesson plans for subs and a great opportunity to create extension activities
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Pop Goes the Classroom Media Guides are designed to assist educators in incorporating pop culture artifacts into the classroom.
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The TRON media guide allows educators to use the original TRON film in English, Technology, and the Arts as well as contemporary issues of Net Neutrality.
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Pop Goes the Classroom Media Guides are designed to provide educators with curricular supports for the use of pop culture artifacts in the classroom. Disney's Beauty and the Beast has long been considered a crown jewel of the Disney Vault and
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From Language Arts to Physics, this media guide is full of cross curricular integration ideas for integrating Captain America into your classroom. Great for Subs, homeschool and anyone who loves integrating pop culture in the classroom. Lessons are
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When Pixar introduced to the world to Riley and her emotions they provided teacher with one of the best classroom resources for teaching about coming of age and brain development we've had in many years. Here at Pop Goes the Classroom I've been
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Great for end of the year fun, sub lesson plans or summer camp ideas, the How to Train Your Dragon Teacher Guide provides ideas in Art, Language Arts and Science.
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Looking for fun ways to extend your How to Train Your Dragon Unit? Check out these ideas aligned specifically for the release of the second film. Great for summer camp programs, substitute teachers or parents wanting to combat summer learning loss.
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In 2009 the beloved children's book became a critically acclaimed animated feature film, opening the door for classroom teachers and summer camps to integrate it into their lessons. Ideal for sub lesson plans, afterschool programs and summer camps.
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In recognition that February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month we have created a Teacher Media Guide for the Lifetime Original Movie "Reviving Ophelia" with cross curricular integration in areas of Math, Social Science, English, History and
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Summer movies are almost here and we're doing our best at Pop Goes the Classroom to give you the resources you need to combat summer learning loss. Escape From Planet Earth provides you with opportunities to learn about space, exploration and NASA.
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Move beyond the basic rules into civics by creating a classroom constitution. Follow this step by step guide that will help your students understand the importance of rights and responsibilities in the classroom.
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We've compiled some of your favorite media guides to classroom appropriate animated films in one guide. Here you'll get guides to Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 1&2, Escape from Planet Earth, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Frozen and the Lego
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The Arts Business Club Advisor's Handbook is designed to help you start an Arts Business Club at your school. What is an Art's Business Club? Its a future business leaders for arts administration. Under your mentorship students will learn to run
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Pop Goes the Classroom is an innovative professional development program that teaches formal and informal educators to effectively integrate popular culture into their classrooms to engage students in relevant learning experiences. Pop Goes the Classroom is the brainchild of KellyAnn Bonnell, MA an informal learning specialist with an extensive background in early childhood and out of school time curriculum and program development as well professional teacher preparation.

MY TEACHING STYLE

We believe in a constructivist approach to learning that is based on the idea that knowledge is built. We see this playing out in early childhood settings as emergent curriculum and K-12 settings as inquiry based learning using a project approach.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Our founder KellyAnn Bonnell was a nominee for the 2011 Arizona Governor's Arts Awards in Arts Education for her work with Pop Goes the Classroom.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Unless otherwise noted, all material published on Teachers Pay Teachers was developed by KellyAnn Bonnell. Mrs. Bonnell has a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education from Northern Arizona University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the same institution.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Pop Goes the Classroom was founded in 2009. Our website and blog on pop culture integration can be found at www.popgoestheclassroom.com. You can follow us on twitter @pcclassroom and like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/popgoestheclassroom.