No. 13 is good luck for all our Challenge Takers, as this week's application features Flashcards, Quizzes, Mind Mapping, and Note tools, all for free! GoConqr (formerly known as ExamTime), is a powerful learning environment rich in interactive functionality.
With GoConqr, it's easy to share digital resources, monitor progress using quizzes and tracking individual results, and watch students become actively engaged in the learning process.
Here are some articles about ways that teachers have used GoConqr (these articles reference their prior brand name, ExamTime)
- Michael Karlin of The Ed Tech Round Up writes up about his use of GoConqr/ExamTime in this article
- “Mrs Sharpe's Classroom” writes about ExamTime in this article
- In this article, you can read about multiple teachers and how they have used GoConqr to engage students in active learning
This quick video shows how easy it is to create FlashCards with GoConqr:
You can sign up for GoConqr quickly using a Gmail/Google or Facebook account, or create a new user name and password. Once you sign in, you'll probably want to check this other quick videos showing how to create Mind Maps, Quizzes, and Notes.
So go check out GoConqr! After you do, please do comment below and tell us about your experience, so you'll have a chance at winning one of our giveaways at the end of the challenge! What did you like the most about it? How do you think you'll use it with your students?
About the Challenge:
The Try-a-Tool-a-Week Challenge started March 1st. Every Sunday through the end of May we're publishing a new web page with a new, awesome free tool to try. Everyone who provides their name and email address (click here to open the Challenge introduction page and SIGN UP) will get an email providing the link to the page. The goal is just to have fun and learn about these powerful free web applications for teaching and learning, and along the way you get the opportunity to win some giveaways we'll award at the end of the challenge to randomly selected participants! To have a chance a winning, just participate and share some observations about the tools you each week!