App lets teachers know that students are confused in class

A University of Toronto, Canada, graduate has developed a mobile application that enables students to let teachers know when they don't understand the material being covered in class. lets students click a red Confused button when they don't understand a lesson or a green Understood button when they do, sending an immediate anonymous message and a graph to the teacher's computer.

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