Quizlet and Quizlet Live are platforms for producing in-class interactive activities that include content review, flashcards, matching games, spelling and more learning tools. 

To Do:  

  1. Start by exploring existing content created by other educators, organized by subject.
  2. Then, when you have an idea of what kind of activities you want to experiment with, create a free account and make you first Quizlet set.
  3. Include a public link to your activity as your response for this activity.
  4. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form. 

This activity is part of the Let’s Experiment section of the Experimenter Module.

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25 Responses for this Activity

  • Updated file as requested: Quizzes
    by David Schenk (@dschenk)

    Updated file as requested: 3) Quizzes – easy to use (zoom has quiz feature), immediate feedback, can save the quiz for grades. Enhances attendance (0 if missed quiz). D2L – Brightspace offers good ‘quiz – test’ tools that automatically grade and calculate into the final grade on the system for students to access and review more… »

  • French irregular verbs – present tense
    by Charlotte Delouche (@cdelouche)

    I used quizlet to create a list of irregular verbs in the present tense for students to review.

  • Experimenter – Quiz
    by David Schenk (@dschenk)

    I have attached a pdf with Experimenter – Quiz.  David Schenk

  • Experimenter #2 – Quizlet
    by Andrew Molas (@amolas)

    Please find my sample Quizlet that helps students familiarize themselves with different ethical theories. This would be helpful as a study aid before a midterm or a final exam

    by Cindy Cheung (@CCheung)

    This activity was created for students as a review for the surface morphological descriptions of body tissues.

  • Gestion de la rémunération – termes
    by Angèle Gaudette (@angnails)

    This is a quiz that was created in Quizlet for for students who are studying Compensation Management in French.

  • Using Quizlet for Exam Review
    by Farah Shafie (@fnshafie)

    This is a tool to use in the classroom. This semester, I have had requests from students to do some kind of exam review to help them prepare and study for the exam. I think this is an excellent tool to use to engage students and to help them study. I wish tools like this more… »

  • Finance for Healthcare organization–flashcard
    by Benedict Atekha (@batekha)

    I  created  these exam review flash cards  for students taking finance for healthcare organization course  

  • Adverbs of Frequency Quizlet
    by Sarah Darling (@SDarling)

    Students are introduced to and encouraged to use adverbs of frequency in a level 1 English class. Adverbs of Frequency Quizlet

  • Science Communication Flashcards
    by Rebecca Sullivan (@rsulli4)

    I created flashcards for terms and topics covered in a general science communication classroom.

    1 Resource for this Activity

    • Remote Game to Re-enforce
      shared by Jane Carr (@jscarr)

      This is a remote game that has been setup for students to play on their tablets or smart phones. The idea is to re-enforce the association between electronic components, their symbols and their descriptions so that students can knowledgably create schematics of circuits.

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