Quizlet Revisited

quizlet_champsI’ve been using Quizlet for my courses for a number of hers now. Last year I purchased a teacher license ($25 for one year), and I am glad I did. It’s been really easy to monitor progress, avoid ads for my students, and see which vocabulary items are more difficult than other. I can then incorporate hose terms that caused difficulties more into my lessons.

Most students really enjoyed using the tool, including the app. I also replaced quizzes with Quizlet. Students now have to finish learn mode in order to get points (they’ll still get tested a little bit on vocab in exams).

quizlet_percentages2I will definitely keep using quizlet for my beginner and intermediate courses in the future. It’s a tool that is constantly being developed, and that works out of the box without paying for it.


Felix Kronenberg is working at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN. His research interests include academic space design, video games and language learning, digital storytelling, and the culture of advertising. He teaches German and language pedagogy, and maintains the Language Technology Boot Camp blog and web site.

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