I think most people are familiar with traditional AP study guides. The thousands of pages, the black and white images, and the practice tests at the end which offer limited text-based feedback. The new OmniPrep Series from Omninox publishing seek to redesign AP study guides, by creating a more digital and interactive learning experience. Recently, I tried out their new AP physics guide, let's take a look!
Been is a free, excellent new browser add-in that allows you to collect, organize, and comment on webpages you visit. Additionally, the service allows you to browse the web with companions, allowing teachers to take students through guided tours of the internet, while adding comments and sharing ideas along the way. It's an excellent, and simple resource, so let's check it out!
Learningpod is a new site that offers question content from publishers like Kaplan and open education partners like OpenStax College. It gives teachers the ability to mix and match questions to create their own question sets (called "pods"). Using Learningpod, teachers can easily print, share or embed quizzes or assignments on their own webpages. Let's take a look!
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