Spin the Wheels: Using a Random Name Picker Game to Foster Student Participation and Class


  • Edeoba Edobor North Carolina State University




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How to Cite

Edobor, E. (2023). Spin the Wheels: Using a Random Name Picker Game to Foster Student Participation and Class. NACTA Journal, 67(TT). https://doi.org/10.56103/nactaj.v67iTT.167