TeamTools Software

TeamTools™ Software
Team-Forming Tools for Teachers and Trainers

Creating the perfect teams can be a brain-racking, time-consuming process. Now, you simply click a button. TeamTools takes your class info and recommends teams for you. If you like the recommended teams, you save, print, or display them for your class. If you’re not happy with the suggested teams, you push a button to try again, or fine-tune the teams yourself by moving students around. Forming flexible groups for differentiated instruction is also a snap. TeamTools gives you six ways to form teams, six ways to form pairs, and two ways to split the class into two teams. You can use TeamTools for up to 8 different classrooms. Create and manage teams like a pro with TeamTools! For PC and Mac. ETM • $29

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Create Teams, Pairs, and Split the Class
Types of Teams
Teams

Heterogeneous Teams – Creates mixed sex and mixed ability teams recommended for stable cooperative
learning base teams.

Random Teams – Creates random teams regardless of sex or ability.

Mixed Ability Teams – Creates teams with an equal mix of ability levels regardless of sex.

Similar Ability Teams –Creates teams with students at the same or similar ability level regardless of sex.

Same Sex Teams – Maximizes the number of all-male and all-female teams regardless of ability.

Mixed Sex Teams – Maximizes the number of two-male and two-female teams regardless of ability.

Types of Pairs
Teams

High-Low Pairs – Creates high-low pairs and high-medium—low-medium pairs regardless of sex.

High-Medium Pairs – Creates high—low-medium pairs and high-medium—low pairs regardless of sex.

Random Pairs – Creates random pairs regardless of sex or ability.

Similar Ability Pairs – Creates pairs with students at the same or similar ability level regardless of sex.

Same Sex Pairs – Maximizes the number of male-male pairs and female-female pairs regardless of
ability.

Mixed Sex Pairs – Maximizes female-male pairs regardless of ability.

Ways to Split the Class
Teams

Random Teams – Randomly assigns students to one of two teams regardless of sex or ability.

Balanced Teams – Creates two teams that are balanced by sex and ability level.