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Learning objects on My students page

As I teacher I would like to have some kind of learning objetive report on My students page. That would make an overview of all my students learning progress more efficient and I can earlier adapt learning for students when they need it. It would also be more efficient for me reporting to headmasters for aid concering students that not might reach their goals.

  • Tobias Strindlund
  • Nov 23 2016
  • Future consideration
Country SE
Category Grading and assessment
  • Nov 30, 2016

    Admin response

    Hi Tobias,

    Thanks for sharing. You’re making a fair point, but we don’t have this planned for the moment. I’ll tag the idea with future consideration, and then we’ll see how many votes it gets.

    You can of cause use the “Learning-objectives progress report” (sits under “Status and follow-up”) but I guess you’re already aware of this.

    Btw: we’re looking into if we should provide more space for the Tab-view on the student card (e.g. to give a better presentation of the Learning objectives view).  

    For school leaders we have the “Learning-objective progress report” in Advanced Reporting, that has views rolled up across courses and schools.  Here you can compare the number of students meeting and not meeting learning objectives, comparing courses, etc. This can be filtered on whichever set of learning objectives is of interest.

    For more info regarding Advanced Reporting please contact your itslearning representative. He/she can give you a live demo, let you try it out and/or set up a pilot for your site.


    Best regards

    Henning Gjellesvik

    Product Manager

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  • Tobias Strindlund commented
    2 Dec, 2016 08:52am

    Hi Henning,


    Thanks for swift response.


    The idea och suggestion is not my own entirely. It is described as  user story based on much wanted reports of teacher and mentors from Uppsala municipalty.

    The much useful and easy overview of my students page would benefit of some form of information regarding students progress in learning as well. Otherwise the function seems not so useable.


    All other options are I fully aware of and advanced reporting are we looking into right now. But that is not the need for teachers. It must be adapter for easy daily uses for them, like the my students page.