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The following online tools can help students develop their organisational and memory skills. Of course the skills demonstrated here can also be carried out with pen and paper.
Quizlet is a free website providing a variety of learning tools for students, including flashcards, study and game modes. Use it to learn vocabulary, key terms, quotes, concepts and associative images. Search for resources for a specific module/topic and see what other students around the world have created. You can then learn the material at your PC or via the free app and then test yourself in many modes.
Great for creating summary notes, flashcards, multiple choice quizzes and mind maps that can be shared with peers. You can search for resources that have been created by another user and pin them to your free account.
Subject Video Tutorials
Students can make use of the extensive free library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web. Content includes maths, science, economics and finance, arts and humanities. Watch this clip on basic trigonometry.
More than 80 topics with video tutorials, with diagnostics, summary text and exercises.
Each maths concept from K to Yr 11 is approached from all angles, with visual representations, word problems, interactive activities and more. Lots of practice problems.
Online video tutorials for a range of HSC subjects by HSC teachers. Managed by University of Newcastle.
TSFX provides educational services designed to help students maximise their Year 11 and 12 scores.They have a list of great tips and advice including:
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