Educators

StudyBlue Teacher Guide Slideshare

This past fall, we saw the number of teachers using StudyBlue skyrocket! We have received a lot of great feedback from our teacher community and are constantly looking for ways to enhance your experience when using StudyBlue with your students.

To that end, we have created a presentation to help teachers quickly get started with StudyBlue. The presentation explains how to create classes, invite students, create and upload online flashcards and notes, and explains how students can track their own progress.



After you finish reviewing the guide for your own use, we hope that you will share this with your grade team, vertical team, and other colleagues. The presentation is a great tool for professional development seminars and team meetings. We know that you will find the perfect use for StudyBlue in your classroom – whether its creating content for students to study, building lesson plans around our quiz features, or just sharing it with your students to study online or via our free mobile apps.

As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact me at zach@studyblue.com.

About the Author

Zach is StudyBlue's Education Community Manager. He has experience teaching middle school students and providing supplemental tutoring and advising services to high school students, in addition to work on education policy. Zach has a Master's Degree from the Bank Street College of Education and earned his Bachelor's Degree from Northwestern University.

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