Take your students' success to the next level

Quizlet helps teachers engage students of all levels through curriculum-based materials, interactive study methods and games.

90% of students who use Quizlet report higher grades.

Personalized instruction made easy

With seven different study modes, students can pick which mode works best for their learning. Quizlet tracks their progress and provides instant feedback on where to focus.

Captivate students in and out of the classroom

Learning is more fun with interactive study modes and games. Turn your materials into a classroom game that gets the whole class excited and participating.

Save time on lesson material creation

Search from over 500 million study sets created by other students and teachers to find relevant content for your class. If you want to make your own, Quizlet makes set creation fast with our predictive word and suggested images features.

I have enrolled all my classes in Quizlet and we use it every day to learn Chinese. It's effective and fun. All my students love it! I can't survive without Quizlet now!

- Katherine Yang, Kristin School, AGE 50

Add teacher superpowers to your account

Upgrade to Quizlet Plus for teachers to use features like Class Progress. You'll get a detailed view of which students have started or completed their study session and those who might need some more encouragement.

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The 2022 Quizlet Unconference

This year’s Quizlet Unconference is all about motivation and starting a new academic year strong.

Join us to connect, collaborate, and participate in inspiring sessions from world-class speakers. Learn tips for up-leveling your teacher toolkit from fellow teacher ambassadors and Quizlet staff.

Teacher resources

New teacher guide

Watch our four-part video series and download handouts for parents and students.

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Teacher created resources

Check out our free, engaging lesson plans, teaching guides, and Quizlet tutorials designed for remote and hybrid learning.

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Be The Change

In partnership with Learning for Justice, Newsela, the New York Times 1619 Project and other leading organizations, we’ve gathered educational resources on social justice issues.

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