The Quizlet Quest

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Have you noticed how much learner training is actually needed for those cool apps and websites? This year, I’ve decided I’m not leaving it to chance. Instruction videos and presentations can do only so much. I believe in learning by doing đŸ™‚

Here’s a 15-minute classroom quest I’ve cobbled up using Canva and my own ideas. It looks long, but the steps are important: if you don’t have the students go through the steps, they might never find out about all those cool functions. I’m just going to add a practice set and some kind of reflection activity at the end depending on which group it is. Let me know if you decide to try it too!

P.S. Peter has an interesting post about Quizlet – I wonder whether he found the Teacher account worth getting after all!

8 thoughts on “The Quizlet Quest

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    • Oh wow, you do use Quizlet a lot! I’ve been mostly focusing on paper because I like to keep things tangible, but it seems that digital is the way to go now, with all the virtual classes and learning on the go… Glad you liked the quest – let me know if you’ve tried it!

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      • One of the things I love about Quizlet is that it’s so quick to make flashcards, and then you can use them in loads of different ways, including printing them out if you prefer paper. Do you know about that option? It’s hidden in one of the drop-down menus.

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