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'Select student names randomly, phone speaks their name. Make random groups also.This app allows the user to enter up to 9 different class lists. The user can then click on the dice button to select a student from the list randomly. It allows allows the teacher to create groups of students from sizes 2 - 6.Features:-Record student...
'Select student names randomly, phone speaks their name. Make random groups also.
This app allows the user to enter up to 9 different class lists. The user can then click on the dice button to select a student from the list randomly. It allows allows the teacher to create groups of students from sizes 2 - 6.
Features: -Record student absent so their names are not called. -Keep track of number of times that student is called on -Keep track of correct and incorrect responses -Call student at random and have device speak name out aloud -Generate random student groups of 2-6 students and then select a student randomly in each group if needed. -Customize groups individually by moving students who cannot work together
I have found that students enjoy the Speak Aloud feature in my classroom and participation is more equitable and students really do participate more. Perhaps users will find another setting where this app may be useful'