You can create a flashcard with a question on the front, and provide an answer on the back. Students can check their understanding of the material and use the flashcards as an index of information in the video.
4. Just Questions
Flashcards can have just a question. Then when the student is viewing the class, he or she can answer that question in the notes. The response will display right below the question.
3. Homework Classes
Give your students access to create classes within your school. Give assignments for them to create schools based on the current classroom topic. You can even take this one step further by having students create individual classes, then “trading” with their peers to answer the flashcard questions they created.
2. Emailing Notes
1. Record your lectures and combine them into one class for students to review
Meredith is the Director of Customer Experience at Lawline but has taken on a number of diverse roles within the company over the years, and has handled just about everything from managing customer databases to doing post-production work on courses. Since joining the Lawline team in 2012, she has gotten her MBA online, done some world traveling, and hand-fed an ostrich. She loves singing off-key in the car, shouting out the questions on ‘Jeopardy!’ and eating dessert first.