WHAT IS ‘SMARTIE CARDS'?

What Is “Smartie Cards”?

‘Smartie Cards’ is a fun way to study. A project that aims to disrupt and support traditional learning by simplifying the bulky content in the CXC syllabus into small, palatable snippets, for the benefit of the learning preferences of today’s students and their waning attention span; hence significantly enhancing their learning experience and priming them to inevitably pass their CXC exams. How exactly does “Smartie Cards” accomplish this?

By leveraging the scientifically proven learning power of flashcards.

Flashcards have traditionally been used as an effective tool for learning, and it’s not hard to see why; they help students easily memorize and remember; on one side of the cards lies the question, you think hard about the answer, then flip the card to see if you’re correct. Move to the next card!

Compiled by a team of over 15 qualified teachers with an impressive educational background, Smartie Cards presents content from CSEC subjects in a colorful and visually appealing format on digital flashcards and covers all CXC syllabus requirements.

The full-color digital platform shifts away from the black and white analog, classroom type presentation style that often affects imagination and out of the box thinking, and instead connects with the creative side of learning that force analytics and personal connectivity to the topic.

 


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