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This collection is for students to help themselves. It provides help tutorials and research sites across all subjects.

Study Skills and How to Study Articles. Study skills for primary and high school students. Hippocampus Homework and Study Help. Can I take a course at HippoCampus for credit? How do I enroll in a course at HippoCampus? Are there any fees to take your courses? How do I make a comment or ask a question? How do I get individual help with my homework assignment? What are the preferred texts? How can I use HippoCampus in my classroom? How can I use HippoCampus in my home school? Can I use the resources you have available for my homeschoolers? Do you know of any wet lab resources to accompany HippoCampus content? Is there a script, app, or something that can be used to track student use of HippoCampus? Can I share my customized HippoCampus content (such as Playlists) with my fellow teachers? Can I download the video? Can I change the size of the video window?

Why won't the Environmental Science animations play? What if my page scroll bars or "submit" button are not showing? I can't find closed captioning. Where does the content from your site come from? There is an error in the multimedia presentation. What are the preferred texts? 20 Of The Best Study Apps For The Plugged-In Student. Via TeachThought Teaching and learning through technology is a complex thing. Learning what, from whom, and why? But in terms of pure academic preparation–practicing skills and the application of concepts for traditional classroom projects and assessments? Technology like Android and Windows tablets, iPads, and smartphones become even more useful. Why? Because they’re, by nature, “me” devices–a personal screen to display exactly the content you need, exactly when you need it. The inputs are yours, and are usually quick and simple.

The operating system is probably one you’re familiar with (assuming the device is yours), which makes the workflow of finding and using the app, then sharing any output from that app more seamless–or at least familiar. So the following list graphic that collects some of the best study apps out there. Studying isn’t just about content–it’s also about a comfortable student being able to save time, streamline processes, and focus on the task at hand. Related. Khan Academy. Why U: Math and Science Tutorials. CK-12 Foundation. Free Educational Videos for K-12 Students. Phet Simulations. CrashCourse: General Knowledge YouTube Channel.