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Mobile Learning App Assessment Rubric

GENERAL INFORMATION
Application name:
Publisher:
Web address:
Available via:
Cost:
Usable screen size: Smartphone Tablet mini Tablet Laptop plus
Operating system (Hyperlinked):

App objective:

Description:

Other comments:

CURRICULAR FOCUS
Grade(s):

Instructional focus:

Ex. General learning, knowledge acquisition, comprehension, game, simulation lab, practice, investigation
or research, lecture, supplementary tool for learning (i.e. no direct educational focus), other.

APPLICATION EVALUATION
Usability and Functionality: Strongly Disagree Agree Strongly
disagree agree
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Utility:
The application if easily launched and
operated by the student.
Navigation: The application allows for easy
navigation and access to help.
Interface design and aesthetics:
Text, images, graphics, video and sound are
well organized, appropriate and support the
intended educational use of the application.
Knowledge presentation: Information is
presented in a logical manner.
Sharing: The application readily allows for the
sharing of data or information between users,
including reporting to the teacher.
Customization: The application allows for
customization of levels, settings and
objectives.
Continuity: The application allows progress to
be paused or saved, allowing for interruption
and continuation.
Integration: The application allows integration
with other app’s, communities, etc.

Usability and functionality score ______ / 24

Educational correlation, skills and Strongly Disagree Agree Strongly


assessment: disagree agree
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Educational objective:
The application has a clear and relevant
connection to the instructional purpose.
Student appropriate: The content is
appropriate for the grade level while meeting
desired learning outcomes.
Engagement:
Students are highly motivated to use the
application.
Cognitive skills:
The application encourages the use of multiple
thinking skills and strategies.
Differentiation:
The application can be adapted to meet
individual learning needs.
Feedback:
The application provides immediate feedback
to students.
Collaboration: The application supports
collaboration between students.
Communication: The application has
functionally that allows communication
between student as well as the instructor.
Assessment:
The application has built in assessment tools.
Educational correlation, skills and assessment score ______ / 27

This rubric was created with primary considerations of the following;

Hirsh-Pasek, K., Zosh, J. M., Golinkoff, R. M., Gray, J. H., Robb, M. B., & Kaufman, J. (2015). Putting Education in “Educational” Apps.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest,16(1), 3-34. doi:10.1177/1529100615569721

Lee, C-Y. & Cherner, T. S. (2015). A comprehensive evaluation rubric for assess ing instructional apps. Journal of Information
Technology Education: Research, 14, 21-53. Retrieved from http://www.jite.org/documents/Vol14/JITEV14ResearchP021-
053Yuan0700.pdf

Wook Ok, Min & Kim, Min & Young Kang, Eun & Bryant, Brian. (2015). How to Find Good Apps: An Evaluation Rubric for Instructio nal
Apps for Teaching Students With Learning Disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic. 51. 10.1177/1053451215589179 .