Many schools are moving toward mobile learning in the classroom as a way to offer teachers and students a more flexible approach to learning. While there are advantages to a computer lab, mobile devices can provide information on-demand in a variety of settings. This has the ability to engage students anytime, anywhere. Additionally, mobile learning takes advantage of technology devices that many students already own.
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After selecting a project, students can touch and drag items to rank them in the list. They can also use the comment feature to explain their reasoning or respond to a teacher prompt.
Students save their work in the Visual Ranking App. When they log in to the Student Workspace online, their projects will be synced to reflect the work done on their mobile devices. A variety of tools in the Visual Ranking App give students the same features found in the web-based version of the tool.