CueCard - an electronic flashcard program download with multiple features including ability to import audio and graphics. Keeps track of correct responses and can be printed out.
Study Stack - create interactive web-based flashcards or use ones that are already created; if you use stacks that are already created, check them first as there are errors in several of the created stacks
Mindomo: A mind mapping system like this clearly lays out concepts and facts for visual learners.
FreeMind: This free and open source mind mapping tool can work as a customizable study guide or study scheduler.
Comapping: Comapping is an organization and study tool that helps students take better notes, understand concepts visually, collaborate with other students and teachers, and become more engaged in the learning process.
bubbl.us: This is a colorful site that allows users to create brainstorming maps and then print or share them with parents and teachers.
HomeworkSpot: Kids and teens can find lots of study, reference and exam help in all subjects on the HomeworkSpot.
MAPMYself: This organic mind mapping tool follows each person’s unique train of thought.
Discovery Education: Discovery’s education site has free tools, videos, guides and other multimedia resources for interactive learning.
Vision Learning: Teachers will find graphs and other interactive learning tools for studying mid-ocean ridges, cells, atoms, and more.
Multiple Choice and True/False Test-Taking Tips: Students with test anxiety or other learning disorders can use this guide to master multiple choice and T/F tests.
Flash Card Machine - allows the user to create interactive web-based study flash cards
Flash Card Exchange - large online library of flashcards. Create your own, study online or offline. Can be downloaded to Word, & Excel
Quizlet - described as an online tool for learning vocabulary
Cramberry - clean and simple online interactive flash card tool. If you are looking for simplicity, this will work for you. No bells or whistles; just a simple user interface
Pocket Mod - Free, recyclable personal organizer and study guide, can be used in a variety of ways. Create note taking templates in Word. Use "Power of Color" within Word (background color, highlighting color and font color tools) to reinforce concepts, to determine salient points and for review. Use the "Organizational Chart" in the Diagram Gallery that is part of the Drawing Toolbar in Word to reinforce concepts and relationships which promotes learning. In Word, press the Alt tab + mouse click within a word to access the Research pane. When you are online, you will instantly get a definition of the word.
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