Teaching: EdTech Style
A new twist on old thoughts
Flashcards commenced in the early 19th century for phonics instruction. Flashcards traditionally utilize active recall techniques by posing a question or word on one side of an index card letting the student recall the information. Later checking their answer on the opposite side of the card. Flashcards have stayed relatively unchanged but the idea to review or let students to create their own notes allows for a change in the delivery methods.
Let's take a look at a modern flash card experience and add a little something extra to your review lessons or give your students the power and ownership to create their own.
It is time to give flashcards a tech reboot!
Make easy and engaging vocabulary cards for your classroom. Use it with lower and upper grades equally. Teachers can use it as part of their resources for teaching or provide this to students to use. It is open to any content area and can always be mixed or app smashed, with other programs to create better presentations.