How Quizlet Came About<br />“My mission for Quizlet is to make learning vocabulary not a chore. I know a lot of teachers assign vocabulary to students, but few students actually "absorb" words into their vocabularies after they take their test, which kind of defeats the purpose, right? So Quizlet is my response - it aims to make learning fun, thus make learning effective. At the very least, it can help students do better on quizzes and tests even if they don't fully "absorb" their words” Andrew Sutherland, creator of Quizlet (Age 15)<br />
Quizlet: What it can do…<br /><ul><li>Create flashcards for studying
Allow access to other people’s flashcards on various topics
Play Scatter! –a fast paced vocabulary game where you drag vocabulary words onto definitions (or vice versa).
Play Space Race- challenge your vocabulary and typing skills.</li></li></ul><li>Create Flashcards & Learn!<br />Title and subject<br />Enter description (optional)<br />Enter terms and definitions<br />Review your flashcards <br />Have fun.<br />What people say<br />After I was done with the test today, I felt as if I had been studying for it for my entire life!! Thank you that you exist! Sincerely, A Thankful Student <br />- chachachucalalu1221, member for 620 days<br />
Create Flashcards & Learn!<br />Familiarize (view terms and definitions as flashcards)<br />Learn-type in term for definition provided<br />Test-written, multiple choice, true/false, matching questions<br />
Why use Quizlet?<br />It’s FREE to use! <br />It benefits multiple age groups.<br />Fun and easy to use<br />Helps students better prepare for tests and actually gain a better understanding of vocabulary<br />
References<br />Sutherland, Andrew (2005-2009). Quizlet. BrainflareInc. http://quizlet.com/<br />