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Random Team Selector

Description

Bring your Classroom Management into the 21st century with the Random Team Selector.

Do you need to divide your class (or a part of your class) into a number of groups (or teams) for class activities?

Why not do this in a Fun and Engaging way with the Random Team Selector App?

Simply create a class group, enter the names of your students, select how many teams you want to divide them into (2, 4 or 8 teams) and then choose one of the 5 themes available (2 free and 3 paid options).

The names of the Students will be displayed randomly and automatically allocated into a team.

The custom graphics, sound effects and animations will ensure the students never get bored.

An unlimited number of class groups of up to 32 “active” students in each group is supported.

Student names can be made active and non-active if you only want to include a subset of the class.

Student names are easily created and deleted.

There is a feedback form in the app to report any issues directly to the developers or to request changes or enhancements to the app. We encourage you to use this as we want to make this app the best it can be!

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