Study Smarter! Not Harder! - Tips for Teachers to Help Students

The mind is just like a muscle - the more you exercise it, the stronger it gets and the more it can expand.” ― Idowu Koyenikan

Exams may be just around the corner, so here are a few resources to help students organize, prioritize, and prepare for just about any assessment at any time throughout the year. 

Essential Tips for Studying Smarter, Not Harder
Digital Tools to Support Individual & Collaborative Review
  • Concept and Vocabulary Review - Quizlet
    Start with flashcards, add diagrams, and engage in the learning. Students can create their study sets, or choose from millions of flashcards sets created by others. Students can use several study modes including multiple choice tests, flashcards, diagrams Quizlet learn, and more study games. Visit the Quizlet Blog, for more student study tips.
  • Collaboration - Google+ Communities and Padlet
    Students create online study groups in Google+ Communities or by creating a Padlet.
  • Organization - Google Keep Google Keep can be a powerful tool for organization and workflow. Create and share notes. Create checklists and reminders. Students can organize study resources and create their own paths for learning. 
  • Video Concepts - Khan Academy and YouTube Video lessons to support math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and almost any topic you are interested in.
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