Ask a Quizletter: Millu Araya
Meet Millu Araya, a member of Quizlet's Design team. Millu works closely with our Product team to create the look and flow of the Quizlet website and apps. She grew up in Ethiopia and moved to the United States to study design. After receiving a BFA in Design at the University of North Carolina at…

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Posted by Amber May 30, 2018 · View post
Teacher to Teacher: Five ways to use Quizlet in the language classroom
This a contributed post by educator Nathan Hall. Back in the summer of 2006, my wife and I moved to Lithuania for work. During that first summer, we decided to take part in an intensive Lithuanian language course at the university. Being still fairly new to the language, we did our best to keep up…

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Posted by Amalia May 29, 2018 · View post
Teaching Poetry with Quizlet Diagrams
This is a contributed post by educator Adam Crossley. Hopefully you already know and love Quizlet. It's free to use, and the new-ish Quizlet Live feature is so interactive and fun that my students literally jump for joy whenever we play. Well, it just got better. Quizlet has another new feature, Q…

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Posted by Lindsay May 17, 2018 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Voter Registration
Have you registered to vote? It doesn’t matter if you’re a Democrat, Republican or Independent in your political leanings. Getting registered to vote and then heading to the polls is a key part of making yourself heard and having a voice in decisions that affect your life — from education funding t…

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Posted by Amalia May 14, 2018 · View post
And the 2018 Teacher Appreciation Week winner is...
We're happy to announce that Kimberly Morris of Williamstown, New Jersey, is the grand prize winner of our Teacher Appreciation Week giveaway! Mrs. Morris will receive Quizlet Teacher upgrades for herself and all her colleagues — congrats! More about Mrs. Morris: She teaches 5th grade science and s…

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Posted by Amalia May 14, 2018 · View post
Top tips & custom lists from 2017 National Spelling Bee champ Ananya Vinay
Can you spell marocain? That’s the winning word from the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee, which was won by 7th grader Ananya Vinay— who also happens to be an avid Quizlet user. Since she credited Quizlet with being such a big help in getting ready for last year’s Bee, we asked Ananya if she woul…

News & Quizlet HQ

Posted by Laura May 11, 2018 · View post
This Teacher Appreciation Week, win upgrades for your entire school!
This week we’re celebrating teachers for the important work they do year-round — engaging and mentoring students, serving their school communities, and educating and inspiring others! We’d like to show our appreciation for all educators by giving one deserving teacher plus their colleagues free upg…

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Posted by Laura May 7, 2018 · View post
Introducing: Quizlet Live with music!
Since launching Quizlet Live two years ago, we’ve heard from many of you that the game is engaging, collaborative and great for learning new material in addition to reviewing before a quiz — but, it could be even more fun with music. Well, get ready to collaborate, compete and tap your feet... Star…

News & Teachers

Posted by Amalia May 2, 2018 · View post
Stay up late with Quizlet Night Theme
We’ve all been there — it’s the night before the test and, despite the late hour, you need to cram in a few more hours of studying. But your screen is so bright and every minute takes a toll on your eyes and your will to go on... Introducing Night Theme: a better way to study after dark! Now availa…

News

Posted by Alex April 30, 2018 · View post
Educator Interview: Matt Hartung, Tulelake High School Academic Decathlon Team
Educator Matt Hartung from Tulelake, California recently wrote to us about hosting a "Dinner and a Quizlet" event before a big Academic Decathlon, which his team won! We decided to ask him a few questions about how he’s using Quizlet to engage his students. Read on to learn more! Members o…

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Posted by Lindsay April 26, 2018 · View post
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 imag…

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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…

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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…

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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 a…

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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…

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Posted by Amalia February 27, 2018 · View post