Via the @BISDwiredTeam: Tom Spall, Brittni Branton, and Troy Kuhn

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There's really nothing fancy about digital flashcards.  It's one of those moving it from paper to digital format tools that is definitely on the lower end of Bloom's Taxonomy. But they are so useful in so many subjects that to not use them is missing out on an effective way for your students to study. So as we near the end of the year testing period, here are FIVE easy to use sites (besides great ones we have covered before like Flippity, Quizlet, and Study Stack) for making those digital flashcards:


    1. Braineos -  lets you not only create flashcards by signing in your Google account (or you can use another email), it also has a large database of pre-made flashcards on many subjects. 
    2. Brainscape - This site and app applies decades of cognitive science research to make higher end flashcards.  These are geared for secondary education and again you can log in with your Google account. 
    3. Flashcard Flash - Don't have time to make flashcards, then use this innovative search engine designed for finding publicly shared flashcards.
    4. GoConqr - GoConqr is a great site and app for creating not only flashcards, but quizzes as well (Sign in with Google again).
    5. Study Blue - Use this site to create flashcards from photos, audio, or notes. The mobile app is great for students to use on their phones to study. 

    Hope you find these useful and May the 4th be with you. 

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