Blog of Mr C

Educational ICT links and musings….

Find me a pupil

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I pinched this idea from Joe Holmes while he was on placement at BRJ and I’ve modified it a bit.  The original incarnation by Mike Hollis at MMU can be found here.

I’ve included the macro in my excel register and it selects a pupil at random – it’s great for keeping them all on their toes because they are not sure who is going to have to answer a question….

You can download a copy of the template below  – I keep all my registers in one excel file along with a copy of my timetable, class progress, a list of all students – anything that works nicely as a seperate tab.

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November 6, 2006 - Posted by | resources

3 Comments »

  1. […] In Lynne Crowe’s Rambling Reflections blog I read about The Hat. This freeware will generate a random list from a roster of names that you enter. Forget the cup with the tongue depressors labeled with your students’ names, you can now use this tool to assign a random order for who goes next. Or, even better, if a list is not what you are after, but just one random student name, check out the Excel template from Mr. C. […]

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  2. […] The Hat June 6, 2007 — Janetta In Lynne Crowe’s Rambling Reflections blog I read about The Hat. This freeware will generate a random list from a roster of names that you enter. Forget the cup with the tongue depressors labeled with your students’ names, you can now use this tool to assign a random order for who goes next. Or, even better, if a list is not what you are after, but just one random student name, check out the Excel template from Mr. C. […]

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  3. My district has blocked the download so I will try at home. I am looking for a template that will allow the random rotation of students through learning modules. One that will not assign them with the same, already completed, module or with same team of 3. Something similar to Pitscos’ Synergistic module assignments.

    Thanks

    Comment by Phil Phillips | January 15, 2009 | Reply


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