Go Forth and Conqr!
GoConqr offers free study tools for students and teachers. ExamTime has been developed to assist students in making the grueling art of study more than a static exertion but to interject interactivity into it. The natural and simple to use tools in ExamTime allow users to make and share study resources that can make education just a little bit easier while at the same time injecting fun into the process. But wait…there’s more! ExamTime is allowing instructors the independence to easily form learning groups to share resources and conduct discussions.
GoCongr has four main study tools that are part of its collection of offerings. They can be used in class, or as out of class study aids for you and your pupils. You can click on the links below to see more benefits for each tool but simply put:
Mind maps are perfect for brainstorming. In addition, they are excellent for following patient scenarios.
Flashcards are great for memorizing facts, formulas, dates, vocab and lower levels of information.
Quizzes are ideal for ensuring your students have retained the info they need. They are also a fun and engaging way of having your students compete against each other
Notes are indispensable when it comes to compiling a lot of info and resources in one place. You insert videos, images even slide shows!
GoConqr has specific templates for storing all of your content. The study planner also makes it easy to build a schedule for your classes and your after-class study sessions, so you can make sure you’re studying the right topics at the best times. In addition, depending upon your preferences, everything you post can be made public or private. Comparing notes and collaborating just got easier.
About the author:
Bill Young began his EMS career in 1975 with a small fire department near Williamsburg, KY. They began running first responder calls long before the phrase ever existed. In addition to Kentucky, his career has taken him to Tennessee, Colorado, Georgia, and Kansas. He has served as a street medic, training officer, supervisor, state regulator, and educator. He is enrolled in the University of the Cumberlands where he is seeking a doctorate degree in education. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor and the Director at Eastern Kentucky University in the Fire and Paramedicine Science Department.
Published on September 26, 2016