[IAEP] Homework turn-in without server (was: Re: Data vs Critical Thinking - Can Sugar give schools both?)
gerald.ardito at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 08:58:50 EDT 2010
Speaking as a teacher, this workflow seems really good.
On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 7:49 AM, Sascha Silbe <
sascha-ml-ui-sugar-iaep at silbe.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 11:18:14AM +0200, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 02:08, Gonzalo Odiard <godiard at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> In the context of Sugar we need a simple way to students to send their
>>> to the teacher and a simple way to the teacher to group these works, and
>>> follow the progress.
>>> Can we start with it?
>> You mean something that works without a server such as Moodle?
>> If so, I think we should start by thinking who is going to review and
>> stabilize that work, as we are getting very short of maintainers.
> Maybe we should start by designing a work flow / UI for this? I believe the
> actual code changes could be fairly small and easily reviewed if done right.
> If we transfer metadata during "file transfer" (Journal "Send To" feature)
> as suggested in #1344 , we have everything needed for the most basic
> 1. Student opens completed work in Journal details view.
> 2. Student adds tags as instructed by the teacher (e.g. "Class-6a homework
> 3. Student uses "Send To <name of teacher>".
> 4. Teacher accepts file transfer.
> 5. Teacher opens Journal and uses full text search with the given tags.
> 6. Teacher annotates the work (either inline or (ab)using the "description"
> 7. Teacher uses "Send To <name of student>".
> 8. Student accepts file transfer.
> There are obviously quite a few ways to improve on this workflow, but we
> can get there step by step with incremental, self-contained changes that are
> easy enough to review.
>  https://bugs.sugarlabs.org/ticket/1344
> CU Sascha
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