Program Settings - Learning Objectives

Ensure learners are engaged with the programs’ objectives from the very start.


Learning objectives or goals help learners engage with their learning experience and contribute to successful learning transfer. The conscious effort of setting program objectives is proven to increase learner buy-in and motivation to complete the program and reach their goals.


In Academy:

  • Learning objectives can be pre-defined for all learners of a particular program

  • Learners can set their own personal goals

  • Learners can rate the pre-defined objectives during the Program Onboarding, as well as add their own objectives:


Learners can also revisit their objectives at any time throughout the program, via the button in the main header.


Participants can choose to share their objectives and ratings with their classmates, via the Share button displayed below.

Tip: The class's learning objectives are automatically shared with program Facilitators, Coaches and Coordinators.


To set up objectives for your program:

  1. Edit the Program

  2. Go to the Objectives tab in the left menu

  3. Add objectives to your program. Remember that sometimes less is more!

  4. As you complete each objective, a new row will appear for you to add your next objective.

Tip: If your Academy program is linked to a Guroo.Pro program, you can import your learning objectives directly from the Learning Canvas in Guroo.Pro.


If you choose not to allow the learners for the program to rate the objectives, or to add their own personal objectives, you can disable these settings.

Enable Objectives in the Onboarding

If you have enabled the Program Onboarding feature for your learning program, you can choose to include the Learning Objectives in the onboarding, so that learners are encouraged to engage with the objectives at the very beginning of the program.

Reviewing Class Objectives - Facilitators, Coaches and Coordinators

The 'Class Objectives' view is available to Facilitators, Coaches and Coordinators, and averages/aggregates the learner ratings for each of the objectives across the entire class. Learners can also view these ratings and averages, if other participants have chosen to share.

The spider diagram shows the spread of ratings across the class.

The list at the bottom of the screen provides a clear picture of the learners who have interacted with the objectives and those who haven't yet done so, along with the average class rating for each of the objectives.

Click the More button to view the column chart and box plot diagrams.