We built Quizlet Live for teachers to engage their students in the classroom, and since launch we’ve been blown away by the different ways you’ve chosen to integrate Quizlet into your lessons. Over the past few months we’ve heard from teachers who use Quizlet Live to teach foreign languages, teachers who use it to structure study sessions and even teachers who didn’t think games made sense in the classroom, find themselves loving what we’ve made. And now we want to help amplify all those great ideas.
So, let us know! How do you use Quizlet Live in your classroom? How do you #QuizletLive? Share why you love Quizlet Live on Twitter — and make sure to include a photo and the hashtag #QuizletLive in your tweet — and you’ll automatically be entered into our back to school Quizlet Live teacher contest, with a grand prize of $500 donated to your DonorsChoose page (or if you don’t have one, to the project of your choosing). You’ll also not only be entered to win some cool prizes, but you’ll also be sharing your story with a global community of educators to help them improve their use of technology in the classroom.
Here’s the complete prize list:
- First Prize: $500 to your DonorsChoose project
- Second Prize: $250 to your DonorsChoose project (2 prizes)
- Third Prize: VIP Quizlet merch (5 prizes)
Winners will be chosen randomly and announced on September 20 (we’ll get in touch with you over Twitter if you’re a winner).
We can’t wait to hear and see how you’re using Quizlet Live this year, and we’re excited to share the great ideas you submit with the broader community of Quizlet teachers once the contest it over. Thanks for doing what you do, and for sharing your stories — and good luck!
The fine print: Full contest rules here.