Create a deck of cards using Quizlet on the computer or on the iPad.
Share your deck of cards with a shortened link or create a QR code to the deck with a site like QR stuff.
Images can be added to decks of cards by signing up to be a Quizlet Plus member for $15 a year.
Explore all of the features of a deck in Quizlet: term first/both sides, flip cards, audio, etc...
Practice your words and concepts with 3 different studying resources: Speller, Test, Learn
Check out the study feature - "Speller" to practice spelling all of your terms: Quizlet will speak the term(s) and you simply spell what you hear.
Check out the study feature "Learn": Quiet will give you a definition you will be prompted to write in the correct word to match it.
Check out the study feature "Test": Quizlet will automatically generate a custom exam with questions based on the vocab deck (e.g. written, matching, multiple choice, true/false).
Check out some of the interactive and cooperative games available to support vocabulary and concepts in engaging ways: Scatter, Multiplayer, and Space Race.
Play "Scatter" an interactive matching game where you drag and drop the term on to the definition until all words have been matched.
Play "Multiplayer" game where you invite at least 2 other players (using the hyperlink provided) to face off and compose the best sentence for each of the words/concepts in the deck.
Players can create join the multiplayer game with a new Quizlet account, by logging into an existing Quizlet account, or joining as a guest.
To protect students, my suggestion would be to have them join as a guest with a predetermined moniker (e.g. Student 1, Student 2, Student 3) and keep record of which student was assigned which #.
Once everyone has joined: each player composes their own sentence for the word provided. Type fast - you are timed!
And if that all of that isn't cool enough... you can print a PDF glossary that can be stored in iBooks for reference or annotated in another app.
Return to the original Quizlet deck and select "Print" option below the deck of cards. The deck will be reformatted into a PDF that can be modified to be a table, glossary, cards, etc...
The large option works best if you plan on annotating the deck. When you are satisfied with your options, select "Open PDF".
Tap the hidden bar under the search/url field to reveal the options to "Open in iBooks" or in another app.
Select an app such as PaperPort Notes or Notability to annotate your PDF glossary.
Note how most annotation apps will allow you to leave notes, draw pictures, and highlight the text. These annotated PDF's can be stored for later reference or emailed to the teacher for review.