This is an excerpt from a report made to the Aviation Safety Reporting System. The narrative is written by the pilot, rather than FAA or NTSB officials. To maintain anonymity, many details, such as aircraft model or airport, are often scrubbed from the reports.
My student was on his first solo flight while during his last landing he thought he was touch and go. I saw him touch down then raise the flaps, at that point I radioed to him full stop.
I did not hear him add power, but he said he did for another touch and go, then upon hearing me he took the power out and preceded to stop.
He locked down the brakes, the skid mark begins at the 1,000 foot marker on the other end of the runway. He was harder on the right brake than the left, which caused him to skid off the right side of the runway, which led him to strike a taxiway light with the propeller. The skid caused the right main landing gear tire to lose air and come off the rim. Then came to a complete stop.
Primary Problem as determined by an ASRS analyst: Human Factors.