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Engaging All Students for Success with Quizlet
This webinar is perfect for teachers who are brand new to the Quizlet platform. We’ll be sharing some powerful results from one teacher’s classroom and covering how to quickly get started. This event features a presentation by middle school history teacher and Quizlet Teacher Ambassador Michael Snead, and a Q&A session with the Quizlet team
Quizlet Live and Other Fun Games for your Classroom
This webinar features Quizlet Teacher Ambassador, Michael Snead, with tips on playing Live, clever twists to the game, and other fun activities he has adapted for classroom use. With outlined steps and example videos, you'll be ready to try them out the next day!
Creating the best content with Quizlet
In this webinar, we'll demonstrate how to create and customize study sets on Quizlet, from adding images and audio, to importing existing material and using auto-define. We'll review the various ways to share sets with students, with a focus on embeds. This presentation will end with a Q&A session with the Quizlet team around these topics.
Organizing content and tracking progress with Quizlet
This webinar will take you through best practices for creating Quizlet classes, organizing your sets and inviting your students, and tracking student progress and activity using Class Progress (an upgraded Quizlet Teacher feature). This session will end with a round of Q&A with the Quizlet team.
Using Quizlet to Integrate Students with Learning Disabilities
If you are facing the challenges of teaching students with learning disabilities (or just a heterogeneous classroom) and looking for useful, fun activities to keep your students engaged and motivated, this webinar is for you. Quizlet offers great features for special education and our teacher presenters will be sharing some game ideas that help them and their students cross learning barriers.