Teacher Tip: Playing Quizlet Live "11"
Marty Brandl, an algebra and computer science teacher at Marshall High School in Minnesota, recently wrote in to us with a great tip for encouraging more participation with Quizlet Live: We play a variation of Quizlet Live in my classroom that we call "11". The goal is that every group ge…

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Posted by Amalia March 27, 2017 · View post
Teacher to Teacher: Using Quizlet to Begin AP Calculus Prep
This is a contributed post by Stacey Roshan, an Upper School Technology Coordinator and Math teacher at Bullis School. When we begin our review in AP Calculus AB, I always use a very popular worksheet that is broken into two columns — “when you see the words…” is written on the left and “this is wh…

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Posted by Amalia March 23, 2017 · View post
Teacher to Teacher: Flipping the Classroom with Quizlet
This post was contributed by Stephanie Sheridan, a Spanish teacher in Illinois. We've all learned that repetition is incredibly important to committing vocabulary to long-term memory. This is the big idea behind comprehensible input and many of the strategies used in a TPRS classroom: Kids need t…

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Posted by Amalia March 17, 2017 · View post
New webinar: Organizing content and tracking progress with Quizlet
Totally new to Quizlet? Or already signed up, but interested in organizing your content and getting better insights into student progress? This free webinar will take you through how to create Quizlet classes, add your sets and your students, and track student progress and activity with our paid Qu…

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Posted by Amalia March 16, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet this Week: World Consumer Rights Day
Today is World Consumer Rights day, a day to promote the education of consumers about their rights, and raise awareness of any market practices or social injustices undermining them. WCRD started in 1983 and was inspired by a speech to congress made by U.S. President John F. Kennedy that addressed…

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Posted by Amalia March 15, 2017 · View post
Teacher Tip: Silent Quizlet Live
Felicity Beede is a 7th grade social studies teacher at Brunswick Junior High School in Brunswick, Maine. She recently wrote in to us with a creative suggestion for playing Quizlet Live, that makes the game even more fun for her students (and quiet for her neighboring classrooms): While we do play…

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Posted by Amalia March 6, 2017 · View post
PD opportunity for teachers new to Quizlet
Join us for a Teacher to Teacher webinar: Engaging All Students for Success with Quizlet. This event is perfect for educators or administrators who are new to the Quizlet platform and want to learn more about what it has to offer. We’ll be covering the basics of how Quizlet can benefit teachers and…

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Posted by Amalia February 27, 2017 · View post
New PD resources for teachers
Planning a PD session at your school or a workshop for other teachers? Or setting up your class and looking to give your students (and their parents) a guide to what Quizlet is and how to sign up? Check out our new teacher resources page, with presentation templates, handouts, and video overviews o…

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Posted by Amalia February 24, 2017 · View post
Teacher to Teacher: A German language professor shares how he uses Quizlet
At Quizlet, we love learning from students and educators from around the world. Last week, Professor Hiroki Iwai and colleagues Makiko Oyama and Yu Higashisawa were in San Francisco and stopped by the Quizlet office for a visit. Professor Iwai is an avid Quizlet user, with over 230 sets created in…

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Posted by Amalia February 22, 2017 · View post
Quizlet at SXSWedu
If you're headed to SXSWedu this year, we want to meet you! Join us for a happy hour celebrating teachers, sign up for "office hours" to give us your insights and ask questions, and hear Andrew Sutherland, Quizlet's founder, speak about how collaborating with students and teachers helps us…

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Posted by Amalia February 15, 2017 · View post
New webinar for teachers Feb 15
Register for our new webinar, How to create the best content with Quizlet. This free webinar for teachers will cover the ins and outs of creating great content. From finding a set and customizing it, to adding images, recording audio, importing word lists, combining multiple sets, and more, you'll…

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Posted by Amalia February 10, 2017 · View post
Quizlet of the Week: U.S. Immigration
The U.S. history curriculum standards for grades 5-12 cover many instances of immigration over our history. From early settlement, to the industrial revolution, to modern and postwar America, immigration has always played a key role in our nation's economic, social, and cultural development. In con…

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Posted by Amalia February 2, 2017 · View post
Quizlet of the Week: History of Television
Did you know that on January 26th, 1926 — 91 years ago today — the first working television system was demonstrated to the public? The demonstration took place in London and was conducted by Scottish inventor John Logie Baird, who had successfully transmitted the first grayscale television picture…

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Posted by Amalia January 26, 2017 · View post
Teacher to Teacher: Does technology in the classroom help? Ask the students.
This post was written by Rachelle Dene Poth and Sean, a student in one of her Spanish classes. Rachelle teaches French, Spanish, and STEAM at Riverview Junior-Senior High School in Pennsylvania. Read more from Rachelle on her website. Quizlet Live: An instant hit in my classroom The availability of…

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Posted by Amalia January 23, 2017 · View post
New to Quizlet? Attend our teacher webinar
Update: This webinar is currently full! For future webinar dates, make sure to check our blog or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. To learn more about using Quizlet in the meantime, please visit our Help Center. Join us for a Teacher to Teacher webinar: Engaging All Students for Success with Quizl…

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Posted by Amalia January 19, 2017 · View post
Quizlet of the Week: MLK Day
This coming Monday is MLK Day, honoring the birthday and life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. King was a leading figure in the Civil Rights Movement, promoting nonviolent activism while protesting racial discrimination in U.S. laws. He led the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott and helped organize many non…

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Posted by Amalia January 12, 2017 · View post
Webinar for new teachers - Monday, Dec. 12th
Join us for a Teacher to Teacher webinar, Quizlet: Engaging All Students for Success. This event is perfect for educators or administrators who are new to the Quizlet platform and want to learn more about what it has to offer. We’ll be covering the basics of how Quizlet can benefit teachers and stu…

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Posted by Amalia December 11, 2016 · View post
Quizlet of the Week: The Dewey Decimal System
On December 10th, we'll celebrate Melvil Dewey's birthday and the invention of Dewey Decimal Classification — one of the most widely used library classification systems. DDC has been in use since 1876 when Dewey, a 21 year old librarian from New York, created and established it in effort to simplif…

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Posted by Amalia December 9, 2016 · View post