Get started with Quizlet by creating an account. An email will be sent to you for verifying your account, so be sure to follow the instructions in that email. Also, the program asks for your birth date when creating an account. You can give it a false date, just make sure it makes you older than 13.
Once you've created and verified your account, start creating your first set of flashcards. Here are some instructions to get you going:Create_Flashcards.jpg


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*Don't have time to make your own flashcards? Then look and see if some have been made already that you can borrow.

Quizlet is available for use through various apps on the iPad, iPod & various smart phones. Use the links below for additional information.
Quizlet-Powered iPad Apps
Quizlet-Powered iPod/iPhone Apps
Android Apps for Studying Quizlet

Challenge #6

Create a set of vocab cards. Link or embed you cards (or a game) under the appropriate challenge on the 12 for 2012 Gallery page.

Classroom Connection

The most obvious application is as a tool for studying vocabulary terms. However, you might have the students create the cards and challenge other classmates with their vocab list. This could also make a great bell activity - students could study and review the words with a partner or on their own.

There are a few words of caution that have been mentioned by other educators:
  • Facebook link - This doesn't go anywhere on the school computers, so it shouldn't be an issue.
  • Discussion - Students can get sidetracked with messaging each other through the discussion feature. However, a little discussion when introducing this application to the students and some classroom monitoring should alleviate the problem. You could also limit the time students are on this tool.
  • Groups - Anyone logged on to Quizlet can create a group. However, you could create a class group and have students join it from the beginning (another item for the intro lesson on this tool). This might alleviate the desire to create their own group.