What is it?
Quizlet is an online quiz and flash card generator. Teachers can use it to generate quizzes and other assessments. Students can use it to generate flash cards and other study guides. The “Live” featured, introduced in 2016, enables teachers to create live, interactive games out of the flash card sets. One of the best parts of Quizlet, though, is its connection to other users and creators. Teachers and students can find quizzes and flashcards generated by others to use or modify. The service is free and uses a Google login, making it simple to start.
How can I use it?
You can use Quizlet for quizzes and tests, but it works even better when you teach your students how to use it and encourage them to rely on it as a study resource. They can create their own flashcards for review or access those created by you and others. The utility is most impressive in its ability to connect teachers and students to collect support resources on a dizzying array of topics.
Who’s using it?
Check out these teachers that know and use Quizlet in your school. Ask them for help!
At McCord, Holly Welsch
At Arbor Hills, Aaron Joplin, Tony Cutway, Angie Robinson
At Timberstone, Korinne Turnbell, Carol Bohland, Mary Carmony, Lauren Clark
At Southview, Katy Creecy
At Northview, Kathryn Nelson, John Word
At Highland, Kyle Newnham
At Stranahan, Amanda Sanderson
At Central Trail, Julie Bennett and Christina Renz
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Check out Russell Stannard’s lengthy, but complete tutorial to learn Quizlet.