Increase Student Engagement with Quizlet

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If you are a teacher, or if you want to help your kids with their learning at home, this one is for you.

First, go to the website: https://quizlet.com

It’s really easy to set up an account. Choose ‘Sign up’.

Next, you’ll be prompted to fill out some information.

Once you have signed up, you can make your first set of Quizlet cards simply by choosing ‘Create a Set’.

Next, you’ll select ‘Create a study set’.

If at any time an ad pops up, you can navigate back to the Home screen to work on your set.

I found navigating the website, creating a set of Quizlet cards, and using the free version on a PC easier.

It’s possible to make your set as I’ve mentioned, or if you engage in a search, you may find the set you need is public and already created.

In a set that is already created (Or once you finish your set), you can use the LEARN mode to read through the flash cards. Here is a set about MESOPOTAMIA and the first term and definition to study in a set of 10.

Front of online flash card.

Back of online flash card.

Students have options below the flash cards for learning opportunities.

The matching game tends to be the most popular with the students.

After the students have been engaged in a unit and have had opportunities to study the terms using all of the options, the best part of keeping students engaged using Quizlet is now an option.

It’s called Quizlet LIVE, and they love it.

In the next blog post, I’ll tell you all about Quizlet LIVE and one of the best ways to increase student engagement and learning.

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