Quizlet began as one learner’s method to improve their learning by creating online vocabulary quizzes and has grown to be a platform for creating sets of practice exercises for any discipline.

Interaction types include content review, flashcards, matching games, spelling and more learning tools. Quizlet Live is a platform for producing in class interactive activities.

A good starting point is exploring existing content created by other educators, organized by subject. Then, when you have an idea of what kind of activities you want to experiment with, create a free account and then make you first Quizlet set.


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

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13 Responses for this Activity

  • More than Quizzes – PM Definitions
    by John Colling (@johncolling)

    I have used other web applications for quizzes. And this was the first time I have been introduced to Quizlet. To start, I found Quizlet to be much more difficult to use than the other applications I have utilized in my class.  I had to search for videos on YouTube to fully understand how to more… »

  • Anatomy Quizlet
    by Timothy Chan (@Timot5hy)

    I have had past experience in many anatomy courses and have always found it hard to remember all the terminology and other definitions or classifications that come with the human body. I think this quizlet that I created would be a great way to help engage students and also use it as a studying resource more… »

  • More than Quizzes
    by Rochelle Hughes (@Rochelle)

    I am really excited to incorporate this into my class! As discussed in a different activity, I teach a course about Goals and Motivation. Students often mix up intrinsic and extrinsic motivation or don’t fully understand the difference. I think incorporating an activity like this will enhance students’ understanding and allow them to reflect more more… »

  • More than Quizzes
    by Rochelle Hughes (@Rochelle)

    I am really excited to incorporate this into my class! As discussed in a different activity, I teach a course about Goals and Motivation. Students often mix up intrinsic and extrinsic motivation or don’t fully understand the difference. I think incorporating an activity like this will enhance students’ understanding and allow them to reflect more more… »

  • Quizlet – Testing Blackboard Tool Knowledge
    by Angie Covey (@acovey)

    Building from my H5P tool, I created a 10 question quizlet that can work great using any of the study or play functions.  I had never used this tool,  and as I was building and then experimenting with the different study methods, I thought this would be very useful to add user knowledge testing throughout more… »

  • More than Quizzes
    by Ivan Chow (@chowivan)

    I teach a first-year French grammar course. I helps students study the vocabulary related to meals, I created a study set called “à table”. I plan on sharing it with my students and asking them to add more cards to the set as a way to encourage them to take charge and participate in their more… »

  • Research Terminology
    by Tricia Bonner (@Tbone)

    I teach a course that focuses on Evidence-Informed Practices in the field of Early Childhood Education. There are a few terms that the students need to familiarize themselves with so I created flashcards to help them. I could also share this as a matching activity prior to the mid-term to help them study. It looks more… »

  • Quiz on
    by Wesley Butler (@wbutler925)

    I’ve developed a short quiz (to be presented as a summary in a lesson plan) on feature writing concepts: the main types of stories written.

  • Quizlet for Syllabus/Course Outline
    by Karen Burns (@karen.burns)

    I developed a true/false test for reviewing the syllabus and course outline.  I thought this would be more interesting than just listening to me talk about it.

  • Global Value Chain Quizlet
    by Sherry Parker (@sparker)

    I used Quizlet for the very first time to create a final review for my Global Value Chain students.  They have an upcoming final test and I had been thinking about how I could prepare them for it.  While working through the various technologies, Quizlet caught my attention.  I found it very easy to use more… »

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    • 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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