Dr. Denise Nacu at DePaul University asked me to draw up some wireframes based on user research she conducted with grade school teachers. The application is meant to track student work patterns as they complete assignments (Challenges). Things like reading and competing questions are all recorded as students do them in real time.
Dr. Nacu asked for suggestions on the design of the interface teachers would use to monitor student progress. In the end, I narrowed it down to only two necessary pages. The instructor would have very quick access to their student's records on the "Students" page. There, a student's progress is easily understood through progress bars on each of their current Challenges, as well as Activity Indicators. These small symbols represent the specific actions of a student during one session of working. I thought this could be valuable feature to teachers for betterr understanding the work and study habits of their students. The "Challenges" page gives a similar overview, but in terms of the class as a whole. Things like the percentage of Challange completion for the entire class are found here.