During the current outbreak of COVID-19, Quizlet’s goal is to support teachers and students around the world. To help with remote teaching and student engagement while school campuses are closed around the globe, we are providing free access to Quizlet Teacher through June 30, 2020. If you don't already have Quizlet Teacher, you can unlock your free access here — just make sure you're signed up as a teacher and not a student — and please share with other educators who could use the engaging resources that Quizlet Teacher provides.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has an impact on teaching and learning everywhere, one particular challenge for educators teaching remotely is formative assessment — understanding where students are making progress and what they know. Quizlet Teacher includes Class Progress, a formative assessment tool that can help track students' progress and give you insight into areas of strength and those that need more focus. You'll also get access to advanced content creation tools, such as diagrams and audio, which enable you to create custom study materials for your class.
I know that learning new technologies or adding something new to your curriculum can often be challenging, so the team in our Help Center is here to answer questions and help you with any roadblocks you might encounter. If you’re just getting started thinking through how Quizlet fits into a remote learning environment, our quick-start guide is a good place to begin.
Thank you for everything you do for your students. Please know how much we appreciate you and the hard work you put in every day, and especially today in these most challenging and uncertain of times.
The fine print: There is no change for any existing subscriptions. Non-upgraded teachers will be eligible to access Quizlet Teacher features through June 30, 2020. After June 30 you will continue to have access to your free Quizlet account. No credit card is required.