Are your students coming to class prepared? Are they engaged? Available from TDS Health, Picmonic is an audiovisual study tool for students in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, paramedic, and many other healthcare programs. Educators use Picmonic as a resource because it is radically different, highly effective, and built for today’s generation. Read more about how educators use Picmonic to help their students improve knowledge retention and get in touch to discuss a solution that will work for your institution.
Picmonic has been research-proven to increase test scores by 50%. Students using Picmonic have experienced a 3X increase in long-term memory retention for important facts. Educators who use Picmonic are able to provide their students with a highly cost-effective learning platform. Click here for a handout that you can share with colleagues to help them understand the value of Picmonic.
Educators use Picmonic’s visual learning content in the classroom to improve student engagement by embedding Picmonic imagery, videos & quizzes into their lectures. They can easily assign Picmonic lessons to students via the school Learning Management System (LMS), such as Canvas, Moodle, D2L Brightspace, and Blackboard. Even better, the Picmonic app includes full LTI functionality, Single Sign-On & Grade Book data syncing.
Educators like Alycia Engrisch at Bryant & Stratton College in Virginia uses Picmonic to easily create materials that engage her students from the start and help students understand concepts more quickly. She notes that success is “consistent, relatively immediate” and “throughout the semester”. Students claim that using Picmonic actually decreases their study time (they do less repetitive attempts at rote memorization) and are able to focus more on conceptual understanding.
When educators provide students easy access to relevant Picmonic content, students will be more engaged in their learning. They will come to class more prepared, they will be entertained, and they will remember the critical knowledge required to pass exams and excel as competent healthcare professionals!