Guide to Quizlet for new teachers
Quizlet is free for teachers and students. (🎉) But what else do you need to know? Watch our four-part video series for parents and students. If you end up really loving it, join our Quizlet Ambassador program and help spread the word. (And maybe even earn yourself some PD hours!)
Finding a set and making a copy
Part 1 — Seek and ye shall find
The quickest way to get started is to find a set on a subject you teach, duplicate it, and make it your own by editing it to fit your class. Plus, it will show you how other teachers do it.
Creating a study set from scratch
Part 2 — Hop in and create a set
You can create sets manually, but we also have tools to help you upload a CSV or other list. Don't waste time hunting and pecking. We'll show you how easy it is to upload a massive list of terms.
How students study using Quizlet
Part 3 — All the options students have
This video shows you all seven of the learning modes in Quizlet — including the much loved Quizlet Live. This short video will show you why students like Quizlet's flexibility and numerous options. It's more than just fun and games!
Getting your students signed up
Part 4 — We made it very easy to sign up
Quizlet is free for both teachers and students. Students can use Quizlet without signing up, but it's also easy to create an account with Google or email sign up. There's even a simple and secure process for kids under 13.
Beginners guide for using Quizlet
In this video, teacher Rory Yakubov shows teachers how to set up Quizlet for their classrooms. Quizlet is ideal for classroom use, whether your classes are meeting in person, remotely, or in a hybrid model.
In part 2 of how teachers can get started with Quizlet, Rory takes you through everything you need to know to get started with study sets and the extra features that are included with a paid teacher account.