- Examples of how to use Quizlet in your teaching
- Quizlet login: Ways to sign up
- How to set up a class on Quizlet?
- What are study sets?
- How to create a study set?
- How to search for pre-made study sets?
- How to share study sets with students?
- How student log in to Quizlet?
- How can students study on Quizlet?
- What is Quizlet Checkpoint?
- What is Quizlet Live?
- Is there a Quizlet app?
- Is Quizlet free?
Quizlet: Teaching activities
- Log in to your Quizlet account
- Click on Classes and select Create a class
- Type in a name for your class and a description
- Check whether you want to allow students to add study sets and new members (you probably do not need to enable this feature)
- Select a school and click on Create a class.
What are study sets?
How to create a study set?
To create a study set, login to your Quizlet account, and click on Create. Type in a title and a description then enter your terms-definition pairs. Often times, when you start typing your terms Quizlet provides suggestions based on study sets provided by other users. If the suggestion matches your term click on it to add it.
The same with adding definitions. You can also add images to your study sets by clicking on the Image button at the right hand side. Quizlet provides suggestions for images to include or you can simply upload your own.There is also the possibility to import terms-definition pairs using Word, Excel, or Google Docs.
How to search for study sets
How to share Quizlet study sets?
✅ The study modes are:
- Flashcards mode: Students review terms and questions using flashcards the same way they would do using a standard flashcard tool such as Easy Notecards.
- Learn mode: “Answer questions that get progressively harder. This study mode creates a personalized study sequence based on your familiarity with the content and helps you master everything you need to know.”
- Write mode:Students answer questions through writing.
- Spell mode: Students type the words and definitions they hear. This is especially useful for studying spelling or practicing a new language.
- Test mode: Students answer different types of questions.
- Match: In this game, students ‘Race against the clock to match terms and definitions as quickly as they can.’
- Gravity: Students type “answers quickly to stop asteroids from hitting your planet. As you progress through the levels, asteroids start falling faster. This game is currently available on the website only.”
What is Quizlet Checkpoint
What is Quizlet Live
Is there a Quizlet app?
Is Quizlet free?
Sources and video tutorials
- Quizlet Help Center
- How teachers can get started with Quizlet part 1 and part 2 (Quizlet)
- How to create Quizlet flashcards in 2 minutes (Education Solutions Online)
- Quizlet Live – Formative Assessment Game (Technology for Teachers and Students)