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With the Goals feature, teachers can create individual goals for students or set common goals for the class. Students can also create personal goals for themselves. The goal remains visible to the student, who can self-assess their progress towards the goal. Teachers can track the progress of individual students and the whole class towards their goals. The Goals feature is highly beneficial for discussions between students, parents, and teachers, especially during assessment discussions.
There are three different ways to visualize goals: mountain, path, and board. Visualization helps students understand what progress towards the goal entails and enables self-assessment in an engaging view.

Various Uses of the Goals Feature

  • Weekly goals for the whole class
  • Students' personal goals for the semester
  • Assessment discussions
  • Work skills
  • Goals for the unit for the whole class
Goals can be set in three different ways:
  • The teacher can set the same goal for all students in the class. In this case, the teacher defines the goal itself, the visualization used, and clarifies the steps or sub-goals related to achieving the goal.
  • The teacher can provide students with a goal template, which students use to set their own goals. However, the teacher has predefined the visualization and the steps or sub-goals related to achieving the goal, but the student creates the goal themselves.
  • Students can independently set their own goals. In this case, the student also selects the visualization and makes any necessary clarifications.