The FactSumo Bulletin

Fire Academy Learning Management

By Kevin Ramirez | August 12, 2017

We help fire academiesmanage learning. Because they have enough to worry about.  Get started for free Save Instructors Time Monitor progress at a glance On the subway, in line for a coffee, or at home. That’s where you find the moments to study. Between your first attempt and the exam. Every moment matters. How much…

Learn American Sign Language

By Kevin Ramirez | August 7, 2017

Hands down the best way to Learn American Sign Language Learn, Play and repeat your way into learning ASL. All of our ASL content is of actual signers and it’s the fastest way, we know of, to practice and learn american sign language.   App Store Google Play …or play on the web. Learn on…

State Drivers Test

By Kevin Ramirez | July 14, 2017

Pass Your Driver’s Teston the first try! Get started for free Turn your smartphone into a learning device Everything you need to learn – right at your fingertips. Choose your state No matter the state, we have the facts to help you pass your drivers exam.  Start studying Multiple choice gives you a chance to get…

Pass the US Citizenship Civics Test

By Kevin Ramirez | July 11, 2017

Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test on the first try! Get started for free 50 States 100 Questions 1 Civics Exam Everything you need to learn – right at your fingertips. Choose your state From Alabama to Wyoming, we have your state specific test ready for you. Start studying Multiple choice gives you a chance to…

Paperwork — BE GONE!

By Kim Ramirez | June 30, 2016

If you had to guess, how many single pieces of paper do you think you have scattered across your desk, car, and home? Hundreds? Thousands? Tens of thousands? What would you do to be able to get rid of most of them and know you’ll never need them again? FactSumo Education replaces the need for…

What’s going on in your students’ heads?

By Kim Ramirez | June 26, 2016

Getting to the root of a student’s bad grades can be difficult. Are they not understanding the material? Are they just not studying? Are they too far behind on the basics of the subject? Whatever the reason is, the outcome is usually the same – the student ends up with a not-so-great grade. With FactSumo…

From Distraction to Learning Tool: Smartphones in the Classroom

By Kim Ramirez | June 21, 2016

Nowadays, mostly everyone has a smartphone. (Some of your students might even have a better device than you do!) In a world of budget cuts and pay freezes, how do you as a teacher bring technology into the classroom on a budget? The answer is simple: use your students’ devices! Gone are the days of…

How to keep your students on track with FactSumo

By Kara Gaulrapp | May 25, 2016

Finding the perfect balance between teaching the basics and exploring concepts in a class is hard. You can’t move too quickly through fundamentals or else some students won’t understand the concepts, but you can’t spend too much time on basics or else some students will get bored. What’s a teacher to do?! FactSumo Education was…

7 Shocking Cultural Faux Pas in Vietnam

By Kara Gaulrapp | May 17, 2016

I’ve spent 8 cumulative months traveling through Vietnam, from Sapa in the North to the Mekong Delta in the south and just about everywhere in between. Beautiful, mysterious, and iconized in American films, Vietnam is increasingly modern, especially in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city. But the differences between East and West, coupled with the…

Hello from our sumos

By Kara Gaulrapp | December 10, 2015

Welcome to the FactSumo blog! If you haven’t heard, FactSumo is a place where millions of people can learn millions of things. You can start practicing your favorite interest or hobby right here. As we grow, you can come to our blog to follow along with us on our journey. You’ll see posts on things…