Quizlet: The Definition of User Friendly
Updated September 30, 2020

Quizlet: The Definition of User Friendly

Carly McPartland | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Quizlet

We use this application within classrooms and across content levels. Teachers use this program to review content taught within our classes and to encourage teamwork among our students. Students are able to interact, both anonymously and using names. Students are also able create study sets to review vocabulary and definitions for quizzes, chapter review, and larger scale review.
  • Ease of use.
  • Google login capable.
  • Clear user interface.
  • Broader colorscape to appeal to younger users.
  • Free educator accounts/educator discount.
  • Allowing for younger users to create accounts without parent approval.
  • Increased student retention.
  • Increased student engagement.
  • Easily shared content among teachers.
  • District-wide continuity.
  • Kahoot!
Quizlet is easier to use than similar products, such as Kahoot! While some younger students prefer the more colorful and cartoonish appeal of Kahoot, intermediate through high school, even college age learners enjoy the clean interface and easy-to-navigate site for Quizlet. Teachers are able to share class sets with students and limit content to certain learners.
We have not had to use support services for this particular app often. With the ability to change your username only once, students required help logging back in once their account had changed. The response time from the company was slower than expected, but they still helped the teacher not the student to resolve login issues.

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Quizlet is wonderfully suited for classroom review games. Students are able to practice word definitions, matching the term to its meaning, as well as increase the speed of recognition using games like “Gravity.” It is also a lovely tool for full class review. Students work together in teams to string together correct definitions. Students can share what they know to help one another succeed. This can be done by talking or “silent” games that increase the challenge.