Classroom Game Idea: Match Relays
This is a contributed post by educator Stephanie Sheridan. Need a new game to shake things up? Try Quizlet Match relays! How to play Put students in teams of 4 with one device. The first player opens up the Quizlet set and launches the Match game. All other students huddle around the computer to…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia April 13, 2018 · View post
Celebrate 50/50 Day in your classroom!
What would the world be like if it were more gender-balanced? How would it change our homes, our communities and even our planet? From opportunity, to access to equal pay and much more, 50/50 Day is committed to helping everyday people become champions and active participants in positive change. Ab…

Quizlet HQ & Teachers

Posted by Amalia April 9, 2018 · View post
Classroom Game Idea: Flyswatter with Quizlet Diagrams
Last year, Quizlet launched a great new feature called Diagrams! This allows students to study in a more visual way and creates a whole new tool for teachers. To create a diagram on Quizlet, choose "Create" from the header and upload a picture. Then add your terms by clicking on your image and labe…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia April 2, 2018 · View post
Quizlet Instagram Giveaway!
Did you know 1 in 2 U.S. high school students use Quizlet? We're hosting a special giveaway on our Instagram page to celebrate all your hard work this year! 🎉 Enter here to win Quizlet merch, one free year of Quizlet Plus, one pack of Mildliner highlighters and an assortment of sticky notes: Join o…

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Posted by Amalia March 28, 2018 · View post
Ask a Quizletter: Teresa Yung
Teresa works on the web team. She’s originally from Rhode Island and earned her BS and MS from University of Rochester in upstate New York. Prior to joining Quizlet, she worked at Polymorph. Learn more about Teresa below: Quizlet: Why did you decide to work at Quizlet? Right before joining, I asked…

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Posted by Amber March 26, 2018 · View post
Theming Our Quizlet-Enhanced Journey to SUCCESS
This is a contributed post by educator Anna Cuyar. In my classroom, assessments are framed as celebrations of success: the success of what students have allowed themselves to accomplish. I have used various strategies throughout the years to help my students see that this is a very real and integral…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia March 21, 2018 · View post
Classroom Game Idea: Hide and Seek Vocab with Quizlet
This is a contributed post by educator Stephanie Sheridan. This variation on Hide and Seek is a great no-prep game for any class, but it's especially wonderful for language classes working on pronunciation! How to play the game Divide the class in half randomly and write their names on the board u…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia March 9, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: International Women's Day
March 8th is International Women's Day, commemorating the ongoing movement for women's rights around the world. The theme this year is "Press for Progress," which means taking steps (individually and collectively) to support gender parity, from awareness and education, to discussion and action. To…

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Posted by Amalia March 8, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: The Peace Corps
On March 1, 1961, U.S. President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order to establish the Peace Corps, a volunteer program with the mission of providing technical assistance to other countries and fostering cross-cultural understanding. The official Peace Corps Act, passed later that year, declar…

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Posted by Amalia March 1, 2018 · View post
Beyond Flashcards: Using Quizlet as a Template for Collaborative Activities
This is a contributed post by educator Darlene Fahrenkrug. Quizlet is an excellent tool for practicing vocabulary, but it can also be used to create engaging and meaningful collaborative activities. Quizlet’s intuitive features streamline the process of creating these types of activities, saving me…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia February 27, 2018 · View post
Foster Digital Learning with a Quizlet Campaign for Teachers
This is a contributed post by educator Shelly Stanton. As an educator and technology integration specialist, I've seen the power of Quizlet firsthand. From boosting engagement in the classroom, to motivating students and improving their test scores, Quizlet provides valuable digital resources that s…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia February 21, 2018 · View post
Teacher To Teacher: Quizlet Sets to Support Communication and Behavior
This is a contributed post by educator Jettie Young. Through my work with mental health counseling, special education and adult education, I’ve found that Quizlet is an indispensable tool for reaching students and clients on many different levels. For the past few years, I have been creating test p…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia February 15, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Valentine's Day Trivia
How many pounds of chocolate are purchased on Valentine's Day? Which U.S. state grows the most roses? What does the word "Valentine" mean anyway? Find out the answers to these burning questions by studying our Valentine's Day trivia set — perfect for learning interesting facts to impress your Valen…

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Posted by Amalia February 14, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: The 2018 Winter Olympics
The 2018 Winter Olympic games are underway! The games officially started on February 8 in PyeongChang, South Korea, and will end on February 25. If you're an extremely early riser, you may have caught the live broadcast of the Opening Ceremonies this morning — but for the rest of us in the U.S., NB…

Quizlet HQ

Posted by Amalia February 12, 2018 · View post
Classroom Game Idea: "Around the World" with Quizlet
This is a contributed post by educator Stephanie Sheridan. We have been playing "Around the World" (directions below) in my Spanish classes for about 10 years, and I have been making and printing giant flashcards. What I just realized is that all this time, I could have been using Quizlet! All I had…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia February 8, 2018 · View post
Announcing Quizlet’s Series B Funding Round
After billions of study sessions and more than 200 million user-generated study sets over the past 11 years, we know this: students of all ages want creative, collaborative and innovative tools that keep them engaged and mastering subjects. With this in mind, we’ve been hard at work over the past 2…

News & Quizlet HQ

Posted by Matthew February 7, 2018 · View post
Cypress: The future of end-to-end testing for web applications
With more than 30 million active users every month who depend on Quizlet for their everyday studying and learning, we want to make sure they stay happy with what our application has to offer and that no features are broken while they’re using it. Part of how we achieve that is through end-to-end fu…

Engineering

Posted by Evelyn February 5, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Gearing up for the Super Bowl
Super Bowl Sunday: A day when American football fans around the world gather around their TVs, eyes glued to the drama that is the championship game of the NFL season. Or, for some of us, a day where you go to a party to consume buffalo wings and layered dips, casually tune in for a halftime show (…

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Posted by Amalia February 2, 2018 · View post
5 Fun, Easy Ways to Adapt Quizlet Live
How do you Quizlet Live? Latin teacher and technology coach Patrick McMillan recently shared his great ideas for adapting the game: Find more suggestions for playing Quizlet Live Eleven here. For more detailed Silent Quizlet Live instructions and example videos, go here. Want to see Quizlet Live…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia January 31, 2018 · View post
Teacher Tip: Multitasking with Google Earth and Quizlet Live
Do you ever wish Quizlet Live games lasted longer? Check out this pro tip from Quizlet Teacher, espanolextra: "Try to create a study set that requires students to research in order to answer the questions — this slows down the game and gets students to multitask, do teamwork, and actually learn new…

Teachers

Posted by Amalia January 22, 2018 · View post