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It is May and EOG and EOC review season is here! 

This week we are featuring an easy Web 2.0 Tool that allows students to quickly study key facts and ideas in a variety of fun game formats. Study Stack does not require an individual account unless you wish to create your own study deck. Students can study traditional flash cards or choose one of thirteen different study formats and games with your content. There is also thousands of flash card sets organized by subject area and topic.

To get started, go to: www.studystack.com


From the homepage above, you can view study stacks by subject area, search by keyword, or create an account in the top right corner. You only need an account if you wish to create study stacks.

Once you find a study stack you would like to review, just click on it.


Stacks are shown by "stars" or how many people have reviewed that set of questions.


This is the traditional flash card view. Students can also choose one of the different formats by clicking on the blue buttons and the content will be converted to a new style.

This is the "Hungry Bug" game:


I hope this gives you a fun study resource for your exam review!!!

Questions? Comments?
Please email me at pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Wednesday Web Tool: Study Stack-Free and Fun Flash Card Games

It is May and EOG and EOC review season is here! 

This week we are featuring an easy Web 2.0 Tool that allows students to quickly study key facts and ideas in a variety of fun game formats. Study Stack does not require an individual account unless you wish to create your own study deck. Students can study traditional flash cards or choose one of thirteen different study formats and games with your content. There is also thousands of flash card sets organized by subject area and topic.

To get started, go to: www.studystack.com


From the homepage above, you can view study stacks by subject area, search by keyword, or create an account in the top right corner. You only need an account if you wish to create study stacks.

Once you find a study stack you would like to review, just click on it.


Stacks are shown by "stars" or how many people have reviewed that set of questions.


This is the traditional flash card view. Students can also choose one of the different formats by clicking on the blue buttons and the content will be converted to a new style.

This is the "Hungry Bug" game:


I hope this gives you a fun study resource for your exam review!!!

Questions? Comments?
Please email me at pamelabatchelor@johnston.k12.nc.us

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