As stated recently, the best way to learn anything is . . .
And one of the easiest and fastest ways to practice learning the basic facts and terminology of A&P is to use flash cards.
One great way of using flash cards is to use an online platform for making, studying, and sharing flash cards.
Study Blue is one of the more popular online flashcard tools.
Here's a brief video introducing the philosophy behind Study Blue
With Study Blue you can can create flash cards on your device based on your course needs, then use their automated system to review them. You can also create custom study guides and quizzes based on those flash cards.
This brief video Tap. Snap. Speak, shows how simple it is to make a flash card with Study Blue.
Now imagine yourself in A&P lab with a skull. Or a model of the torso. Point to a structure, snap a photo and say, "mastoid process." and you've got a great flash card for studying!
Teachers can assemble sets of flashcards with Study Blue then share them with students. Of course, students can share with their classmates in study groups. For example, in your study group you may assign each person a set of flashcards to make based on your course material. By sharing each of these with the whole study group, everyone now has a whole library of flash cards based on the week's study topics.
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