revision techniques videos
Different revision techniques work for different students. This page contains 9 videos on different revision techniques. Each video explains the method and learning outcomes of each one. A `Revision Techniques` booklet accompanying the videos can be found here. All of my teaching and learning videos can be found on my YouTube channel: Teaching and Learning
Mind Maps (Inspired by Tony Buzan`s website)
Visual and Auditory Presentations
Video 1: Past Papers.
This is a video for students and teachers explaining how to get the best use out of past papers to help you revise for exams.
video 2: mind maps
This video explains how to create and use Mind Maps to help you trigger your memory when revising for exams.
video 3: visual and auditory presentations
This video explains the range benefits of making videos and auditory presentations, both for yourself and / or with class mates to help you revise.
video 4: mapping resources
This video shows you how to map your revision using the subject guide / specification as a starting point, going on to log the resources you have for each topic and sub topic, and creating revision materials.
video 5: flashcards
This video explains how to use Flashcards to help you with your revision. The process of using both paper and electronic flashcards in a variety of different ways is explained, along with the benefits and learning outcomes.
revision Activity 6: quizzes
This video explains how to incorporate quizzes into revising for your exams, showing how to create and use them to help with revision, both on your own and with peers.
revision activity 7: revision posters
The video gives an example of creating a revision poster from a textbook, explaining the best ways to design a poster to ensure it helps you with your revision. The benefits and learning outcomes of revision posters are discussed.
revision poster 8: checklists
This activity explains how to use checklists to help you plan what to revise and checking your progress to give guidance on what to focus on. The benefits and learning outcomes are discussed.
revision activity 9: memory games
This activity show how to use a range of memory games such as pelmanism, scrambled letters, card sorts and who am I? to help you with your revision. The process and learning outcomes are discussed.