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Custom form that shows data on a specific page (2 posts)

  1. neverone
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    Hello all!

    I am a teacher at a high school and I am planning to make a site accessible only by me in order to aid me in my job.

    What I was planning to do is to make a site containing all the information necessary for me, school contact info, schedule, my daily lesson preparations etc.

    The most important thing i was thinking of doing is to make a form-like page for each individual student of mine, so that during every lesson i can choose a student, write a comment and enter a grade if i wish, and then click save. I would like then that those information show on a specific page under that student's name, and that later i can see all the notes and grades of that student on that page. That way i could track his/hers progress

    is there a way to do this or is there a plugin that can be modified to do this?

    Thank you all in advance for your help!

  2. neverone
    Member
    Posted 10 months ago #

    For example, If I have a page called e.g. "Evaluation", and I open it, I would like to have a form similar to this scheme:

    - [dropdown menu] "Choose class"(since I teach several classes)
    -->I choose e.g. class 3B

    - [dropdown menu] "Choose a student" (each class has 10-20 students)
    -->I choose a student "Name Lastname"

    - [dropdown menu] "Choose evaluation element" (e.g. grammar, pronunciation, verbal skils, etc)
    -->I choose e.g. "Grammar"

    - [radio buttons] "Choose a grade" (from 1-5 in my educational system. 1 being the worst, 5 being the best)
    -->I choose e.g. grade 3

    - [text field] "Type a note" (optional)

    - [button] "Save"

    After the submission, I would like to have the possibility to navigate through the standard site's menu to the class 3B, to pick the student Name Lastname and after I open that page, to see the date of the evaluation, evaluation element, grade and optional note.

    Does anybody have any advice on this matter?

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