How do I copy learning targets?

In TeacherEase/SchoolInsight, you can easily copy learning targets from one course to another. Additionally, courses that share learning targets can be grouped together. The benefit of grouping courses together is that any changes made to the learning targets of one course will automatically update for the other.

It’s best to check the school permissions to see if learning targets are instructor-managed or course-managed. 

If learning targets are course-managed:

  1. Go to Admin Main > Courses > Course Catalog
  2. Locate the course that contains the learning targets and click learning targets
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  4. Using the search bar, type in the name of a course to group and select it from the list. Additional courses can be searched and selected as well.

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  5. There are two grouping options available for learning targets.
    • If the learning targets are to be grouped and edited together, select “All courses are one group, and Learning Targets are edited together”.
    • If you simply want to copy the learning targets from one course to another without grouping them together, select “Courses are independent, and Learning Targets are edited separately”.
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If learning targets are instructor-managed:

  1. Go to Instructor Main > Gradebook > Setup > Learning Targets/Standards
  2. Use the Class dropdown to select the class that contains the learning targets
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  4. Using the dropdown list, check the class sections to copy the learning targets to

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  5. There are two grouping options available for learning targets.
    • If the learning targets are to be grouped and edited together, select “All classes are one group, and Learning Targets are edited together”.
    • If you simply want to copy the learning targets from one class to another without grouping them together, select “Classes are independent, and Learning Targets are edited separately”.
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