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Random Name Picker

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Random Name Picker inside PowerPoint

Keep students mentally present during any lesson or classroom discussion with Random Name Picker. Call out names with engineered random selection process and keep student involvement at a high with fun ways of name randomization. No bias, no fault - it’s random! Ready for you to use anytime right from your toolbar.

How the Name Picker works

Wheel View

Get the fun rolling by spinning a wheel full of student names and visually demonstrate the random selection process. Create excitement and keep participants on their toes as it comes to a stop with the an extra touch of gamification that the name wheel brings. If you don’t have time for the wheel to stop, auto-pick names!

Wheel View

Get the fun rolling by spinning a wheel full of student names and visually demonstrate the random selection process. Create excitement and keep participants on their toes as it comes to a stop with the an extra touch of gamification that the name wheel brings. If you don’t have time for the wheel to stop, auto-pick names!

Wheel View

Get the fun rolling by spinning a wheel full of student names and visually demonstrate the random selection process. Create excitement and keep participants on their toes as it comes to a stop with the an extra touch of gamification that the name wheel brings. If you don’t have time for the wheel to stop, auto-pick names!

Create a fun time out of Random Name Picker in PowerPoint

Leave the hassle of randomizing student names to us and host fun pop activities to keep students active and engaged!

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Recitation roll call

Use Random Name Picker and select a student to recite a poem, passage, or speech that they have been working on. This can be a great way to help students build confidence in public speaking.

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Pop quiz

Surprise the class with a quick, on-the-spot quiz on a topic that the class has been studying. This can be a fun and interactive way to review and reinforce important concepts.

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Icebreakers

Choose students to participate in ice breaker activities, such as introducing themselves, sharing something about themselves, or simply answering a question. This develops a sense of community in the classroom.

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Group work

Assign students to small groups for collaborative projects or activities. This can be a good way to mix up the groups and give students the opportunity to work with different people.

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Problem-solving

Choose a problem or challenge that the class needs to solve, and call on students to share their ideas or suggestions. This can be a good way to get them thinking critically and creatively.

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Brainstorming

Let students go down the line to share ideas or suggestions during a brainstorming session. This can help ensure that all students have the opportunity to contribute and be heard.

Boost students development with Name Picker

Foster a sense of involvement by creating an avenue for students’ voices to be heard in the classroom. Let students contribute and boost these key development areas.

Active involvement

Increasing involvement in the classroom includes encouraging students to pay close attention. When students know that they may be called on at any moment using a tool like Name Picker, they are more likely to stay focused and pay attention to the material being presented. This can also help prevent students from becoming bored or disengaged by breaking up the lesson and keeping them on their toes.

Public speaking

Doing random name selection activities in the cla ssroom more often can be an effective way to boost the public speaking skills of students because it gives them the opportunity to practice speaking in front of their peers. When students are called on to recite or answer a question, they are forced to think on their feet and articulate their thoughts clearly and concisely.

Application and understanding

Doing random name selection activities in the cla ssroom more often can be an effective way to boost the public speaking skills of students because it gives them the opportunity to practice speaking in front of their peers. When students are called on to recite or answer a question, they are forced to think on their feet and articulate their thoughts clearly and concisely.

How to use ClassPoint’s Random Name Picker

Engage students like a a pro. Learn more about Random Name Picker here.

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