With Class Picker, teachers can have Alexa speak a random item from a list. Class Picker items are all age-appropriate for the classroom setting.
Lists include letters, colors, animals, fruit, body breaks, planets, and countries.
“Alexa, ask class picker for an animal” for students to use as a writing prompt.
With voice membership to AskMyClass, teachers can add their own lists for Alexa to pick from, such as student first names.
“Alexa, ask class picker for a name” randomly picks a student.
“Alexa ask class picker for 1 by 1” randomly calls on all students .
“Alexa, ask class picker for 2 by 2” randomly groups students in pairs.
“Alexa, ask class picker for a table” randomly picks a table to be dismissed.
Students and teachers say using class picker helps keep grouping and selecting students fair.
At AskMyClass, we believe in making education more empowering and engaging, using affordable tools, so every child learns better. We’ve been working with schools across the US to build AskMyClass. Voice technology and AI are skills that all kids will be interacting with when they enter the workforce in 10 years, and we’re keen on getting them ready for that future. Visit us at GoAskMyClass.com.
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