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What is it?
Quizlet is a free app or desktop program that can be used to create flash cards, study, or play learning games.

How do you obtain it?
Quizlet can be downloaded for desktop, and the mobile app can be found on the Apple app store and Google Play.

What are the benefits?
  • Students can use the app to study anytime/anywhere
  • Quizlet can be used to build soft skills when students work together
  • Great for English Language Learners or students with disabilities
  • It's perfect for learning vocabulary and definitions
  • Can be downloaded to use offline

What are the drawbacks?

  • Quizlet is not recommended for teaching long processes
  • The fill in the blank questions will be marked incorrect if the student misspells the word
  • The drag and drops can be a barrier to students with disabilities
  • Four or more students are needed for the Quizlet Live games
  • Study sets created by other users may not be correct or accurate

How Quizlet be used in education?

  • Great for end-of-course reviews.
  • A quick way to check for understanding.
  • Students can create their own flashcards to study

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Resources

What is Quizlet? (video)

How to Use Quizlet (video)

11 Ways Quizlet Can Supercharge Your Learning (website)

Flashcards
Quizlet flashcard with the term, a capella
Learn
a question in Quizlet
Match
a matching game in Quizlet

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