Seeing my Students' Skill Tree.
It would be an immense value to Duolingo schools to allow teachers, easy viewing access to their students' Skill Trees. With out seeing it, it greatly reduced the teacher's ability to access how to challenge the students.
It would also, be a great asset to be able to assign singular assignments to a single student.
Are there other educators that feel this would or would not be a benefit? Why?
It would be an immense value to Duolingo schools to allow teachers, easy viewing access to their students' Skill Trees.
You can find a very tiny overview in
(nnnnnnn is the number of your classroom, that appears in the browser when you click on one of your classrooms in https://schools.duolingo.com/ )
Some background information about this recent feature:
Changes to Duolingo for Schools: Levels and Course Progress
Additionally, course progress will look different now, too.
When looking at your students' progress the checkmark now means your student reached level 5 and earlier levels will look like colored pie charts of progress.
The colors on the pie chart correspond to the colors for levels in the skill tree. Blue for progress in the first level, green in the second, then red, orange, and gold.