Tokyo - Initial setup | Configure unit objectives

These are actions that students need to perform to complete a unit. Tokyo template allows choosing Interaction with any component as a goal. For example, we could decide students need to visit all unit screens, view all unit videos, or pass all the quizzes…
Students must complete all the objectives set at 100%. If viewing unit videos is a goal, all videos must be watched (except for specific videos where we choose not to apply this goal).
Be default, Tokyo template asks students to complete two goals so that a unit is marked as completed in the LMS:

  • Visit all screens included in the unit. There is no need to complete them (Scrolling down until the end is enough).
  • Complete quizzes in the unit (if any). In order to complete them, students are required to pass or finish all the attempts.

Do not forget that quiz properties can be adjusted and customised.

Remember

Goals and navigation set up are two different things.
We can set up any goals and choose free/sequential navigation (See here). So, we could have a content whose goal is "Visit all the screens, but with free navigation". Students will not have to visit screens in order but will be required to visit all of them.

You can see how to manage the objetives and the navigation in this video: 

General set up

1. Access the project "Properties" and enter the "Goals" tab.

2. There are different template components organised in categories, and you will be able to choose an option to apply for each component.

  • Section category. Pages and screens can be set up as goals or not. We can choose between:
    • Visit: This goal will be achieved once students have entered pages/screens.
    • Scroll to bottom: This goal will be achieved once students have scroll down inside all pages/screens.
  • Activity category. Quizzes and reinforcement activities can be marked as goals. There are the following options:
    • Non objective: Default option. Students do not have to interact with this component.
    • Submit: Students must answer at least one of the questions in the quiz or reinforcement activity. They do not need to give the right answer, just answer the question.
    • Pass or complete: Students will be required to pass the mastery score of the quiz or reinforcement activity or expire available attempts.
  • Multimedia category. This category groups video, interactive video, and audio. Available options are:
    • Non objective: Default option. Students do not have to interact with this component.
    • Play: It will be required to start to play audios/videos, but it will not be necessary to view them entirely.
    • Complete: It will be required to play audios/videos until the end.
  • Organizer category. It includes components like click map, image gallery, audio gallery, time line, accordion and tabs group. Available options are:
    • Non objective: Default option. Students do not need to interact with this component.
    • Interact: Students will be required to interact and perform actions with the component (If it is a click map, click on one of its active areas; if it is an image gallery, move across images, etc.
    • Complete: Students will be required to complete the component, that is, accessing all its areas (click maps); visiting all images (image galleries), etc.
  • Image category. This section includes components like images, before/after, image exchanger and launcher. Available options are:
    • Non objective: Default option. Students do not need to interact with this component.
    • Interact: It will be required to interact with the component. Click on the launcher, move across the before/after component, etc. Regarding images, we will just need to click on those that include a link.

3. After selecting the goals, we click on "Save".

Modify goals of a specific component

Imagine you have marked Play unit videos as a goal. This means you will be required to view all videos included in the unit.
However, Tokyo template allows customising this behaviour. So, you could decide that you must view all videos or, at least, one of them.
Proceed as follows:

1. Enter the Editing area and select the component you want to modify.

2. Default value for "Overcome goal" property is "inherited". This means a general parameter will be applied to the project properties. When you click to drop-down the menu options, you will be able to choose another option available to set the goals. So, you could choose to apply "non objective".