System hacks: No one wants to run software to create a fair Q&A

In the classroom, teachers have the need to have students answer questions and record their performance. If the roll call is too random and only takes care of a limited number of good students, it will definitely affect the motivation of other students, and it is also troublesome to record students’ performance in answering questions. If you use “Classroom Question Voice Roll Caller” (hereinafter referred to as “Question Roll Caller”) to do the roll call, there are no such disadvantages. It supports random roll call and records students’ answers to questions with a click of the mouse.

Adding class information

To use “Question Roll Call”, we need to create a class according to the actual situation of our class and add student information to it. Specifically, the steps are as follows.

From下载, extract the green software to any location on your hard disk (e.g., “D:Classroom Question & Voice Roll Caller “Then double-click it to run it, and a shortcut toolbar will appear at the top of the screen. Click the menu “Function Menu→Edit→Class Related→Add Class” command to open the “Add Class” dialog box (Figure 1), enter class information (e.g. “3rd Grade Class 7, Team 1 “), click the “Add” button.



Tip: In order to prevent your added class and student information from being maliciously modified by others, it is recommended that you add a password for “Question Asker”. To do so, click “Menu→Manage→Modify Password” and follow the instructions to add a password for the default login user “Super Administrator”.

Editing student photos

The “Question Asker” supports displaying student photos during roll call, but the photos taken by either cell phones or cameras are large in size and dimensions, so in order to speed up the loading of student information, we need to crop and slim down the photos first.


Open the “Photo Easy Crop Tool.EXE” in the “D:Classroom Question Voice NamerTools” directory, click “Import Photos”, and add the photos to be cropped Click “Import Photos” to add the photos you want to crop (Figure 2). Then click the drop-down arrow to the right of “Crop Size” and select “360×480” to determine the size of the crop box. Finally, move the red rectangle in the left photo to determine the cropping range of the crop box, and click “Crop” and “Export Photo” buttons in turn to finish cropping the student photos and save them with the student’s name as the file name.

Batch import student photos

Click the menu “Function menu → Edit → Class-related → Batch Import Student Information” command to open the “Batch Import Student Information” dialog box (Figure 3), first select the class name added in advance. Then click the “Import photos and names from image files” button to import the cropped student photos into it.



Students in a class are often divided into several study groups, at this time you can click the menu “Menu → Edit → Class Related → Modify Student Information” to open the “Modify Student Information” dialog box, according to the actual situation, adjust each student to the corresponding The group can be adjusted according to the actual situation.

★ “Question Roll Call” supports importing up to 20 students in one class, so we can create a “class” named “3rd Grade Class 7, Team 2” and add the remaining students to the class. We can add the remaining students to the class (due to small class size, a class now often has no more than 40 students).

Ask a question

In the “Question Roll Call” shortcut toolbar, click “Voice Roll Call” to open the “Voice Roll Call” dialog box, and then click the “Start Random button, you can complete the random roll call operation (Figure 4).


You can find that after students answer the questions, you can also evaluate them according to their answers with “grade” and “score”. In addition, if you encounter a question that is too difficult or too simple and you need to assign a student to answer it, click on “Assign Student Roll Call” and then click on the drop-down arrow at the bottom left to select the corresponding student.

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