Student feedback interface: Students provide real-time feedback on four cognitive-affective states, namely, Difficult, Easy, Boring, and Engaging, named DEBE (pronounced as Debbie) feedback

Student feedback interface: After providing particular feedback, students can also provide reasons behind the reported cognitive-affective states

  • The design and evaluation of Tcherly involved various stakeholders in different phases of the research, such as teachers in needs analysis, students in usability and usefulness evaluations of the student feedback interface, and teachers and designers in the iterative design process and evaluation of the teacher dashboard.

  • Through a range of research studies, we have evaluated the proposed data's affordances, strengths, and weaknesses and also established its validity and reliability.

  • The ability of the teacher dashboard to assist instructors in understanding students’ learning experiences, evaluating lecture materials, and supporting instructional decision-making has also been established (Some guidelines for instructors).

Teacher Dashboard: Aggregated class feedback presented to the teacher on a dashboard

Example: The dashboard could assist instructors in evaluating the quality of lecture materials
(Explanation of content with good schematics and animations generated engagement and made it easy to understand for the students)