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Quick Flashcard Creation and Export​ on iPads

20 Dec

IMG_0420Synopsis is a completely free iPad app for students that lets users create notes by highlighting different sections of a PDF document. Students can then modify the notes they have created by adding their own text. Synopsis gives students the power to summarize any text so they won’t need to go back to a PDF document to study material.  Each individual note can be converted to its own flashcard there is no need to buy flashcards or type and create your own.

IMG_0421Users can now export their flashcards to their Quizlet account.  All of these flashcards can be created on the go, as you read through study material on your iPad.  Once each flashcard is saved, Synopsis has introduced a new feature to export all your flashcards to your Quizlet account. Teachers and students can even share the flashcards they have created to make it easy for anyone to access and study.

Learn more about Synopsis by visiting their website or watching this video!

 

Make Your Own Flashcards!

27 Sep

Photo4@2xSynopsis is a completely free iPad app for students that lets users create notes by highlighting different sections of a PDF document.  Kids can then modify the notes they have created by adding their own text. Synopsis gives kids the power to summarize any text so they won’t need to go back to a PDF document to study material.  Each individual note can be converted to its own flashcard there is no need to buy flashcards or type and create your own.

mobiles-2All of these flashcards can be created on the go, as you read through study material on your iPad.  Once each flashcard is saved, they can be viewed on your smartphone so it’s easy to study from anywhere. Teachers and students can even share the flashcards they have created to make it easy for anyone to access and study.

Learn more about Synopsis by visiting their website or watching this video.

12 Super Study Tools for Students

6 Sep

Are you teaching students good study skills?

Do you want to introduce mobile apps that can be used on your students’ personal devices?

You’re bound to find something on this list that can help you and your students this school year!

  1. Synopsis (flashcards)12 super study tools
  2. Shmoop (test prep guides)
  3. VocabularySpellingCity (games)
  4. EasyAnnotate (PDF viewer)
  5. NoteLedge (notetaking)
  6. Brainly (social network)
  7. Academic Help (writing guides)
  8. Math Vocabulary Cards (flashcards)
  9. Outread (speed reading)
  10. MathsRulz (formula guide)
  11. LifeNoted (organization)
  12. gFlash+ (flashcards)

Here are two other lists you may want to check out:

14 Free Apps for Higher Order Thinking

21 iPad Apps Available on Android Tablets

Shmoop: Learning Guides, Test Prep, and more!

2 Sep
Screen Shot 2014-08-27 at 2.53.37 PMShmoop is an online resource for students and teachers offering a wide range of content.  Their mission is to make learning accessible, relatable and fun so that students are engaged as they interact with course material.  Shmoop provides users access to free learning guides and study tools written by teachers and experts in their fields.  They have content that is designed for elementary, middle, high school, and college students.  This includes courses on “Breaking Bad as Literature” and “Bruce Springsteen’s America.”Career Research and Decision Making
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Course content from Shmoop has been used in schools across the country.  You’ll find a whole section of their site dedicated to teachers where you can dive into Common Core and Digital Literacy resources.  Whether you share this content with your students or recommend it to parents looking to support their students at home, your kids will benefit from the variety of study tools available.
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Visit Shmoop’s website to learn more!

Quick Flashcard Creation with Synopsis

23 Aug

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I’ve shared a handful of great study tools and Synopsis is one to add to your list.  It’s an iPad app for students that lets users open up and read any PDF document and create notes by highlighting different sections of the text.  Kids can then modify the notes they have created by adding their own text. This free app helps users summarize any text so they won’t need to go back to a PDF document to study material.  Each individual note can be converted to its own flashcard there is no need to buy flashcards or type and create your own.

flashcardAll of these flashcards can be created on the go, as you read through study material on your iPad.  Once each flashcard is saved, they can be viewed on your smartphone so it’s easy to study from anywhere. Teachers and students can even share the flashcards they have created to make it easy for anyone to access and study.

Learn more about Synopsis by visiting their website or watching this video.

Synopsis – Flash Cards in a Flash!

20 May

IntroSynopsis is the new iPad app for students allows you to read any PDF document and create notes by highlighting text.  You can then modify these notes and add your own. This free app helps users summarize any text effortlessly so you won’t ever need to go back to the PDF document.  Each individual note can be converted to it’s own flashcard – a fantastic feature of the app.  There is no need to buy flashcards or manually type and create them thanks to Synopsis.

flashcardAll of these flashcards can be created on the go, as you read your study material.  Once these flashcards are saved, they can be viewed on your smartphone so it’s easy to study from anywhere. Teachers and students can even share the flashcards they have created.  Learn more about Synopsis by visiting their website or watching this video.

MathsRulz – Formula Guide

7 Mar

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A fantastic resource for students of all ages, MathsRulz gives kids quick access to formulas.  This completely free app includes definitions and examples for area, perimeter and more.  Students can also take a quiz to demonstrate their understanding of each formula.

Check out my math lesson plans for teaching with mobile devices!

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