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Create your organization’s Session Note Template with customized fields that include sections for narrative text, checkboxes, radio buttons and imported data. Save staff hours of time by having fields prepopulated and session data already summarized in your session note. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and get your templates set up.
Once you have a Session Note Template, staff can use it to complete Session Notes for learners. The session notes will be saved in the learner’s Timeline & Reports section. You can start creating a session note at any time, during a session or after the session is complete. Here is an article on how to Create a Learner Session Note.
Once a note is signed, you can print a pdf of your session note by clicking on the print icon on the toolbar in the top right
To delete or edit past session data go to a learner’s Timeline & Reports, click on the session, slick the edit toggle, and scroll to the program and target that needs to be edited. Click the pencil edit icon and edit the data. See the image below.
Understanding and using the Program Builder takes training and practice. Your staff can now start training anytime with our Motivity Program Builder Course. With video examples, embedded knowledge checks, and practice exercises, your staff can learn now to build programs at their own pace and on their own schedule. You can have your staff enroll themselves at the link below
You should see a new “View” icon in the toolbar of a learner’s Program List. You can change your view of the Program List by showing the Goal Description under each program or Grouping Programs by Program Type.
When “Show Goal Description” is selected, the Goal Description for that Program will show up at the bottom of the Program. Otherwise, the Goal Description does not appear.
When “Group by Program Type” is selected, it groups the programs by Behavior, Skill Acquisition, and Assess Targets as well as Active, Deactivated, Not Introduced, and Complete.