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Random Team Generator — Split a list into random groups

Random Team Generator — Split a list into random groups

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How to create a countdown timer in PowerPoint – tekhnologic Recently, I was asked this question: Is it possible to put something like a timer on .ppt slides showing the time count down? It is possible and there are several ways to do it. Some ways are more complicated than others. I prefer to use something that is simple, quick to make and easy to edit. Phylo DNA Puzzle What's Phylo all about? The comparison of the genomes from various species is one of the most fundamental and powerful technique in molecular Biology. It helps us to decipher our DNA and identify new genes. Though it may appear to be just a game, Phylo is actually a framework for harnessing the computing power of mankind to solve the Multiple Sequence Alignment problem. What is a Multiple Sequence Alignment? A sequence alignment is a way of arranging the sequences of DNA, RNA or protein to identify regions of similarity.

Support - The fastest way to carry out formative assessments. Get students to focus and concentrate on class videos You can simply find and play any video from Youtube and students can add comments in a live feed. In addition, you can add questions or multiple-choice quizzes, review on the whiteboard and save the results if you wish. Getting started Open Clip from the Homepage or search for a relevant clip in Public Library*

Quest description generator This description generator will generate a fairly random quest. Some aspects of the descriptions will remain the same, this is done to keep the general structure the same, while still randomizing the details. I've separated the quests into two types, battle and gathering. The battle quests are more serious, they involve war, death, revenge and other themes you'd find in many fantasy games. The gathering quests are very light, often humorous and involve gathering objects, hunting for food and finding lost items. Like always, this is a random description generator, so not all generated results will fit together well all the time.

Make your own Dobble / Spot It game with Google Slides and Apps Script This tutorial will guide you into creating your own Dobble card deck with Google Slides, which you can easily print for use in your day to day life. Gameplay: any two cards always share one, and only one, matching symbol. The object of the game is to be the first to announce the drawing in common between two given cards (Wikipedia). To build your card game, you will need at least 13 images / symbols, to create a deck of 13 cards with 4 different symbols. To create cards with 6 different symbols, you will need at least 27 images but this will only give you a deck of 15 different cards. Best is to provide 31 images, generating a deck of 31 cards with 6 different symbols on each card and, as always, only one matching symbol between any 2 cards (and if you want 8 symbols / card, provide 57 images).

Unreal Past by Gabriella Lakiné Tóth on Genially Present or future reference wish /if only + Past Simple Teacher? – – one click video conversations Learning how to communicate is one of the core things we learn in school. Whether it's reading words written by others, writing our own opinions, presenting our work or collaborating in a group, students develop their communication skills every day. With new technology, the way we communicate also changes. lets you communicate in the most natural way; seeing the person you're talking to, hearing their voice and taking in all their body language. Why use in the classroom?

Morphy Note: The Unity plugin is needed to play this game which is no longer compatible with Google Chrome or Chromebooks. We recommend using another browser, such as Firefox, or downloading to a mobile device with the links below. Morphy and his fellow alien crew have crash-landed on a foreign planet! This Has Been the Best Year Ever Yes, it’s still appalling that a child dies somewhere in the world every six seconds — but consider that just a couple of decades ago, a child died every three seconds. Recognizing that progress is possible can be a spur to do more, and that’s why I write this annual reminder of gains against the common enemies of humanity. Climate change remains a huge threat to our globe, as does compassion fatigue in the rich world, and it’s likely that we will miss a United Nations target of eliminating extreme poverty by 2030. Meanwhile, here in the United States, Trump presents a continuing challenge to our institutions, and millions of families have been left behind and are struggling. We should keep pressing on all these fronts (the last one concerns me enough that it’s the topic of my new book), but we’ll get a morale boost if we acknowledge the backdrop of hard-won improvement.

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