7 resources to share with your students for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Yasmin Forbes. To honor Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we have curated a list of films, books, and podcasts to celebrate and uplift AAPI voices. Students will be int…

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Posted by Alexa May 2, 2022 · View post
Celebrating Earth Day: a list of 9 documentaries, books, and podcasts to share with your students
April doesn’t just bring showers, it also brings Earth Day! Celebrating Earth Day on April 22nd with your students presents a great opportunity to share resources about various environmental issues and the activists on the frontlines of the climate movement. This can inspire your students to implem…

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Posted by Alexa April 13, 2022 · View post
5 activities to celebrate Earth Day in the classroom and beyond
We at Quizlet believe every student can be an advocate for environmental justice. Combating climate change has been top of mind for many young people, and teachers are in the remarkable position to show this future generation of changemakers where to start. This Earth Day, educate and empower your…

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Posted by Alexa April 13, 2022 · View post
Women's History Month: 10 books, movies, tv shows, and podcasts to share with your students
Women’s History Month is in full swing! This month presents a great opportunity to share resources with your students that highlight the accomplishments of incredible women from all walks of life. With students being more in-tune with social issues than any prior generation, you may be looking for…

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Posted by Alexa March 18, 2022 · View post
How women pioneers can empower today's students
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Jenn Jeffers. Teaching Women’s History Month in the classroom should be a joyful experience. This March, empower your students by giving them the gift of history, setting aside time to honor th…

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Posted by Alexa March 15, 2022 · View post
Download now: Quizlet Checkpoint launch party PD certificate
Thank you for attending the Quizlet Checkpoint launch party. To make getting your PD certificate much easier, we are now allowing teachers to download it. Here are easy steps to get your certificate: Click here to get the PD certificate Download/Save the image Open the image on your device and pr…

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Posted by Jose November 17, 2021 · View post
How teachers can boost classroom engagement this fall
In a world full of distraction, engaging student interest can be very challenging. But it’s crucial to have some tools in your figurative toolbox that you can use to capture and cultivate classroom engagement. Teacher Briana Richardson of @honestteachervibes has captivated the interest of more tha…

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Posted by Jose October 25, 2021 · View post
How and why to celebrate Pride Month in the classroom
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Jenn Jeffers. It’s June … and you know what that means! It’s Pride Month! For many people, this month-long celebration is a time to uplift and honor the diverse voices of the LGBTQ community…

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Posted by Jose June 11, 2021 · View post
Celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month in the classroom
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Gloria Koo. Today, America is proud to be home to 22.2 million Asian Americans and 1.6 million Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders. But the journey of millions of Asian and Pacific Islander immigra…

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Posted by Jose May 17, 2021 · View post
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week from Quizlet
Here at Quizlet, we believe teachers deserve our appreciation every single day. So obviously, we’re here for Teacher Appreciation Day, especially this year. Teachers have gone above and beyond, pivoting between remote learning, hybrid models and masked in-person lessons. All the while, they have d…

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Posted by Jose April 30, 2021 · View post
How to integrate Quizlet study sets into Google Classroom
Rory Yakubov shows teachers how easy it is to integrate a Quizlet study set into your Google Classroom. There are a few different ways to do it, and all are very simple. First, if you have both your Google Classroom account and your Quizlet account open, you can simply copy the study set link from…

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Posted by Jose March 15, 2021 · View post
How to mindfully teach feminism in your classroom
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Jenn Jeffers. Paying attention to the ways gender-based discrimination and oppression have affected women of different races, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation and so on, creates a large…

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Posted by Alexa March 2, 2021 · View post
5 study sets for Women's History Month
2022 marks the 36th year that Women’s History Month has been celebrated on a national level. The month-long recognition has roots in Sonoma, California. In 1978, the local school district observed a week-long celebration of women’s history. Other communities around the country followed suit, until…

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Posted by Alexa February 26, 2021 · View post
Why this teacher loves Quizlet Live for remote learning - Remote teaching vlog
In this video, Florida high school math teacher Esther Brunat walks you through the way she plays Quizlet Live with her students. Esther has been playing Quizlet Live for several years in her classroom, but it works equally well in a distance learning model. To play, first, she chooses one of her…

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Posted by Jose February 25, 2021 · View post
How to have conversations about race in the classroom
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Femi Lewis. It can be argued that racism and social injustice is part of the fabric of the United States--just as American as an apple pie. It just does not taste as good. Throughout United…

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Posted by Jose January 28, 2021 · View post
How to enhance Quizlet study sets with images and diagrams
You already know Quizlet has lots of cool tools to help your students master the information they need to succeed. But you may not know about all the options available to make your study sets even more engaging. Especially during remote learning, you can increase classroom engagement by using graph…

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Posted by Jose January 14, 2021 · View post
Fun, informative and low-prep lesson ideas for the Holidays
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Arden Simone. The holiday season is right around the corner, and the final push between Thanksgiving and winter break is well underway. While the holiday season is a time for joy, family and hi…

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Posted by Alexa December 8, 2020 · View post
19 times we were grateful for teachers
Quizlet is proud to partner with real students and recent graduates to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Nicolette Kier, who just graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. Around the Thanksgiving dinner table (or any table, really) generations of learners will swap sto…

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Posted by Alexa November 19, 2020 · View post
5 tips for setting up a Quizlet teacher account
Whether your classes are online, in-person, or some in-between hybrid, school this fall is anything but normal. Luckily, Quizlet can help teachers help their students succeed, regardless of the circumstances. We asked Rory Yakubov, a math teacher at Old Bridge High School in New Jersey, to show tea…

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Posted by Alexa November 10, 2020 · View post
How teachers can celebrate halloween during remote learning
Quizlet is proud to partner with teachers to showcase authentic voices on our blog. This guest post is by Arden Simone. Inevitably, Halloween is going to look very different this year. With COVID-19, we must continue quarantining, wearing masks, and practicing social distancing. This makes it very…

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Posted by Jose October 28, 2020 · View post